Jet or lens (not connected to main object)
Not connected to center object, but... is the line at 11 possibly a jet from the object at the top, or a lens?
I am thinking not a jet. It could be lensed around the bright object to its lower left (with the green obscuring the brightest points). But I would guess that object is a star and you would not get lensing like that around a star. All in all, I am not sure what that streak is.
by Budgieye moderator
Flat galaxy has a boring spectrum, I would think that it is a more distant edgeon galaxy, which have a slightly rising, but flat spectrum.
z=0.19, but is a flat spectrum
Explanation from NGC3314 “That's the kind of spectrum you see when a lot of the starlight from a galaxy has been filtered through interstellar dust. Since many of the dust particles are smaller than the wavelength of visible light, it blocks bluer light more effectively than red light (just like the particles in our atmosphere - starlight behind dust is reddened the same way our local star appears reddened at sunrise and sunset). This kind of spectrum - sloping strongly to the red but with the absorption line ratios typical of bluer populations - shows up in a lot of galaxies with strong dust lanes. It also shows up in some red spirals even when we see them face-on, but that's another thread.”
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