This is a spiral-type galaxy NGC 5398 that is 55 million light-years distant. It is interesting in that it has a large HII site, represented by ionized hydrogen. The cloud was called Tol 89. You can find the bottom left in the central bar (passes through the galactic core).
Tol 89 is important in that it is the only large-scale stellar birthplace in the galaxy with a coverage of 5,000 times 4,000 light years. In this area fit 7 young and massive star clusters. The two brightest (A and B) are experiencing the events of flashes. It is believed that here it will be possible to find representatives of Wolf Rayet, distinguished by high temperature parameters and powerful winds.