The galaxy shines at an apparent magnitude of 10.12 and has an apparent size of 7.3 x 3.2 arcminutes. It is located 2 degrees east of Gamma Trianguli.
The distance to NGC 925 is rather uncertain with estimates from 14 to 45 million light-years away.
The galaxy has spiral arms that appear distorted, possibly by the gravitational interaction with another galaxy. It also has numerous HII regions. It is rather faint visually despite being magnitude 10.12 because its light is spread out over a large area.NGC 925 is part of the NGC 1023 galaxy group along with NGC 891. These galaxies are members of the Local Supercluster.
NGC 925 was discovered by William Herschel in 1784.
North is to the bottom in the above image.