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Subject: AGZ000dscd

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  • karthikeyan.d by karthikeyan.d

    A X-shape in the middle. Are there two bars here? Two loose spiral arms are visible.

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  • karthikeyan.d by karthikeyan.d

    z=0.01938. Interacting with neighbor at z=0.02051.

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  • zoob1172 by zoob1172

    CGCG013-072 SB0^+(s) edgy boxy thin #Sb ETG .019383 & late ETG .020505 OLR dusty smooth Sa north and more in group west

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  • Rossrr3 by Rossrr3

    #dustlane

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  • CeciliaB by CeciliaB

    @Ghost_Sheep_SWR Do you mean this one?

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  • Ghost_Sheep_SWR by Ghost_Sheep_SWR

    ah lol yes!!, just found it 1 sec ago in Objects that need more research... THANKS!!!!

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB moderator

    Now that is a boxy bulge if I ever saw one !

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  • vrooje by vrooje admin, scientist

    What a great example!

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  • Ghost_Sheep_SWR by Ghost_Sheep_SWR

    and a bit askew it seems?

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  • karthikeyan.d by karthikeyan.d

    @Ghost_Sheep_SWR: Thanks for adding this to the Hubble data opportunity thread. Hope Hubble or some other large telescope is turned to this.

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  • Ghost_Sheep_SWR by Ghost_Sheep_SWR

    I definitely hope so too, very cool find kd! And since it doesn't look like much in SDSS don't think this attracted attention before 😃

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  • Sirritanga by Sirritanga

    boxy? #xshape

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  • bluemagi by bluemagi

    #X-shaped NICE!

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  • angelikabellinghausen by angelikabellinghausen

    I am not sure if that is, or was, a galaxy. In the center of the object seems to be a star with four jets.

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  • PrinceofEuropa by PrinceofEuropa

    #KPG 320; a #barred nearly #edgon #bodybulge #disk or #spiral with #ringstructure. #xbulge

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  • FrancescoGullo by FrancescoGullo

    I think ist's a boxy profile disk

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