more blue dots...
It appears to me that there are pockets of brighter dense gas and dust pockets in the rings, possibly developing solar systems.
I'm also curious about the bright blue dots at 5 and 9 o'clock. specifically the dot next to the one at 9 o'clock. I can't tell if they are tied together or if the object to the left is far more distant. distant or not it is very vivid. possibly blue giant and red dwarf.
...and is that another galaxy or star (red giant?) at 10 o'clock
the object above the galaxy probably is a moon ( galaxy satelite )
Welcome naskwcop. The blue areas in the galaxy are areas of star formation, which makes lots of blue stars.
Bright blue dots are transient features. Sometimes they are asteroids which have moved before the red image was taken. They are often oval, or 5 dots. Sometimes they are cosmic ray hits on the ccd image plate.
It is difficult to decide, but I think the blue dot on the left is a cosmic ray hit, since it looks more like a splat!, and the object beside it is a star. The blue dot on the right may be an asteroid, since it looks oval.
8.1 Artifacts, cosmic rays https://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/boards/BGZ0000001/discussions/DGZ0000wrb?page=8
8.3 asteroids, ice worlds, Planet Nine https://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/boards/BGZ0000001/discussions/DGZ0000wrb?page=8
The red star is a dim 20th mag star. I don't know if it is a nearby dwarf or a distant red supergiant.