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Subject: AGZ0007yy1

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  • Mergie by Mergie

    Is the bright white area part of the galaxy or behind? What has pulled the galaxy towards the lower left?

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    inquiring minds would like to know about this one, the bright orange ones look unrelated but that is really disturbed!

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    1/3 The bright white bit, is the bar of the disturbed spiral. The orange galaxies are unrelated to the central one. I think the culprit...

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    2/3 causing the disturbance is off screen to the right. There does seem to be a faint tidal tail in that direction. We would need to ...

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    3/3 see a zoomed out image to confirm if that is the case! At the moment it is all just guess work 😃

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    Interesting arm running between the orange pair, definitely a great picture

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  • c_cld by c_cld

    zoom in AGZ0007yyh

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  • liometopum by liometopum

    C_cld, I just saw this, after messaging you. FYI, on page 5 of the 'compare SDSS and Hubble", I have the SDSS comparison image, and z-data.

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  • liometopum by liometopum

    Should we add this to the 'Spiral with blue" chat?

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  • drphilmarshall by drphilmarshall scientist

    Looks like a pretty cool merger to me, with colors perhaps due to strong emission lines in g and i images?

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  • Sirritanga by Sirritanga

    First define "Galaxy in the centre" to classify - my ruler says it's the arm at the lower end of the bar.

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  • Sirritanga by Sirritanga

    Gravitational lens? Barred spiral in front of elliptical galaxy seen twice / partially darkened by dust in the spiral arm?

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB moderator

    Most people will pick the disturbed barred spiral as the central one.

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