Galaxy Zoo Talk
This one looks like it had a blow out traceable to a massive red spot. I've never seen anything like this before. --- JT D
Guys, Here's another of those disrupted galaxies
Guys, this one looks like the very early phase of ring formation. --- JT
Guys, this one is a barred spiral but, it's beautifully unique.
Look at the blue star forming region that covers an entire arm!
Guys, I'd say this one was disrupted but,k I can't see anything that could have done it. --- JT
Guys, about a quarter of this galaxy has been torn off. --- JT
Guys, I don't know if I've seen a galaxy this disrupted. There's stuff going in all directions & no rhyme or reason to it. --- JT
Guys, Look at the galaxy in the upper right hand corner. That is some extreme disruption !! --- JT
This appears to have gone thru a major disruption
It looks like three galaxies collided !
Guys, we're seeing two main sequence yellow dwarf stars both of which are loosing stellar matter that is flowing into one common area --- JT
Guys, there is a star bridge between these two galaxies, so, there should have been some sort of collision but, there isn't much damage. JTD
Guys, I call this one the " BLUE BOWTIE GALAXY ". Further, if you looked, you'd see what looks like eyebrows.
Guys, this is an example of one of the things that can go wrong. The object behind this galaxy probably caused this tilted ring.
Guys, Please observe the two stars in the upper left hand of the photo. That's pretty darned close. --- JT
It looks as if this one might have had a bad encounter sometime in the past.
I want someone to take a good look at this galaxy in question.
Does it look cylindrical or not ?? How do you explain this.
Guys, I can't tell from this photograph if the two galaxies are about to merge or, if one is passing in front of the other.
Guys, It looks as if the two galaxies in this frame had a savage encounter that tore both of them up.
Guys, I call this one the TRIGON galaxy for it's obvious triangular shape. JT
Guys, this is either a merger between a spiral galaxy and a large elliptical galaxy or, we're seeing one passing in front of the other.
This one has been messed up by something in it's past.
This galaxy might have had a near collision with another object that caused it to begin flipping end over end.
Take a good look at this galaxy. First off, the gas cloud is on the diagonal. Next, it looks as if there has collision with another galaxy
This is a perfect example of a galaxy that is flip flopping through space. -- JT
It looks like these two are heading for a merger. - JT
This one has me stumped. I don't really have a clear view of it yet. - JT
This one is also severely disrupted. -- JT
Here's another one that's been severely disrupted. JT
This one has been severely disrupted --- JT
This galaxy has been severely disrupted plus, it looks like it now has many areas of new star formation. --- JT
This one has two cores that are merging. There is very little material outside of the cores, it is sufficient to produce two arms. - JT
This galaxy has been extremely disrupted. If you'll notice, it sort of resembles a human eye, complete with eyelids. -- JT
Merger or not. A case can be made for both. Outside of a merger, it might be light shining from a huge star forming area. --- JT
Guys, This one is actually two elliptical galaxies that have impacted each other and are about to merger their cores. -- JT
Guys, This is two elliptical galaxies about to make an impact merger from the looks of it. --JT
Guys, this one looks like it was disrupted and then began some intense star formation in those two very blue areas. -- JT
Guys, this looks like two elliptical galaxies doing either a merger or, something close to it. -- JT
Guys, this galaxy has had one side disrupted. --- JT
Guys, This one appears to be a merger of two elliptical galaxies. --- JT
This is evidence of some serious deformation of both galaxies but, most notably, the smaller of the two which is the purple one. --- JT