Gentlemen, Ladies, MS 2143.4+0704 is 8,141,008 Mpc's away, but has nearly the same recessional velocity as MS 1458.8+2249 which is only 965 Mpc's away. Its velocity should be much greater than 300Km/s (EDIT: 300,000 Km/s) (faster than the speed of light) considering its estimated distance, applying the basic Hubble Constant, but it’s recessional velocity is much, much slower than numerous objects that are estimated to be a lot closer to us, or than it should be with our applied math. We have estimated the velocity at only 62,818 km/s. Does anyone care to speculate why the universe seems to have left this galaxy behind? What is (or might be) unique about this galaxy?