Jam Doughnuts in Space
and, well I I don't how to describe this one except its an angry face!
Actually I'm getting a lot of these. Is the green significant? Are these pics of stars. How do you tell?
by Edd scientist
I'm currently looking into how we can best handle these (my name isn't in orange, but I was responsible for grabbing the SDSS images from their server and making them Zoo-ready). If you think it's obviously a galaxy and is classifiable (it looks like any other galaxy but maybe with a bit too much of a sky background for example) then I think you should go ahead and do it as normal, but if it's clearly a bad image then I think we'd find the star/artifact classification most useful - it'll hopefully help us learn how to identify these most efficiently in the future.
Often you'll see this happen with green especially (over red and blue) as that is the colour assigned to the band we do one of our strongest selections on.
User JeanTate has also started using the tag #poorqualityimage - if you can use this I think we'd find that super-helpful in cleaning these out so we can get the best science results.