Galaxy Zoo Talk

Subject: AGZ000633x

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  • james_involute by james_involute

    Unusually #loose but nonetheless uniform.

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  • zookeeper by zookeeper admin, scientist

    There almost seems to be a #doublenucleus here too - perhaps a remnant of a long-ago #merger. A nice one!

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  • zutopian by zutopian

    I NED there is given SBb.:
    As far as I know, that means #barred #spiral .
    #howtoclassify ?
    #dustlane

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  • Mikelee76 by Mikelee76

    Is that a star looking like its part of the Galaxy or a feature of the Galaxy?

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB moderator

    The bright dot above the galaxy's center is probably a foreground star from our galaxy.

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  • lostlens by lostlens

    green #Spiral SBab cw #overlap & star

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  • XABI by XABI

    Inside the galaxy there are two cores touching each other. At the centre is bigger, the other (at right up) smaller.

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    The smallest of the 'cores' @ 2 is a foreground star. The others are ansae - star forming regions at the ends of bars.

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  • graham_d by graham_d

    loose #spiral with #resonance #nodes #dustlane #agn

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