There is an incredibly large Blue Star to the left of the image. There are two more Blue stars or perhaps this is a merger.
by Budgieye moderator
Sometimes galaxies have extremely bright starforming areas, and they look like stars. This one is perfectly round, like a star, but I think it is an area of the galaxy. We call them blue peas/
3.8 Green peas, compact starburst, Blue compact starburst , OIII objects https://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/boards/BGZ0000001/discussions/DGZ0000wrb?page=3&comment_id=53d8b93a0d43f77bb6000f98
bigger image in SDSS
Here is another one for comparison
Hubble image - blue stars are made red, because it looks "hotter"
LEDA 36254 Kiso 5639