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Subject: AGZ0001mnj

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  • Geronymo3 by Geronymo3

    What kind of star is this?

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  • Geronymo3 by Geronymo3

    could it be just a blueshift?

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  • turelli by turelli

    #AGN, #Seyfert_1, #starburst, #HII, 2 galaxies? NED lists 2 z, 0.0045 and 0.0046

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  • pmj by pmj

    Not all of this #AGN is in this picture, but the star formation is not evenly distributed, most at one end. #Disturbed in the past perhaps?

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  • kshksh1 by kshksh1

    agree with pmj, disturbed some time before photo-time; prehapt it has came through another one. Galaxy or just a cluster?

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  • lostlens by lostlens

    NED: #Irr? HII Blue* #overlap ? see 1237662262181888320 AGZ0002c8l

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    That is odd. Comet? No. most likely overlap.

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    Actually looking at it closer it is even more confusing...Scientist?

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    star forming spot on end of galaxy. but why? http://skyserver.sdss3.org/dr8/en/tools/chart/chart.asp?ra=42.0663988&dec=-8.28791406

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  • Alpha_Aurigae by Alpha_Aurigae

    I noticed this one when studying collections from other volunteers. Isn't there a scientist that could point the HST at this galaxy one day?

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  • Alpha_Aurigae by Alpha_Aurigae

    #no_comet, but very interesting nonetheless 😉

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    I will flag this one up again - I am still as confused as the day I first saw it.

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB moderator

    The spectrum is very pea like ! 😄

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    I thought so, but is doesn't explain the similar blue objects 'lower' down in the skyserver image.

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  • elizabeth_s by elizabeth_s

    SHOC 137 SDSS H II galaxies with Oxygen abundances Catalog

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