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Subject: AGZ00081uq

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    #dustlane, maybe edgeon and disturbed

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  • Auriam by Auriam

    merging, or flying by, looks like a debris tail. not sure if the upper middle one is involved or just overlapped in image

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    yes, but you'd think if something were to fly by next to a core, it would have a curved pattern, it does looks like something

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    flew through that #dustlane, and broke up the other #edgeon, see the piece broken off and the path but no debris trail...so weird

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    you can see a directional shift too, it looks like to me something flied in from the north, curved inwards flying by the one edgeon

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    Now it curved in towards the nucleus of the bigger one... just south of it...huge gravity pull

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    I like analyzing this type of stuff twice, but you can see kind of a bulge that took like a 110 degree turn towards the nucleus...

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  • ramberts by ramberts

    #merger

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    photoz 0.71

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  • graham_d by graham_d

    #spiral #overlap two of them #dustlane and #edgeons with #satellite outliers - impressive image

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