Galaxy Zoo Talk
#bar , #spiral
#spiral , #bar , #ring (almost formed) .
#spiral , #bar , #ring
#disturbed spiral , loose arms
#starforming , #disturbed
#ring , #bar
#bar , #ring , A perfect ring , bar as diameter , luminοus nucleus at the center. Much better view in Galaxy Zoo examine link.
#spiral , multiple arms tight.
#spiral arms 2 , tightly wounded around central bulge!
#bar , #ring
#bar , #ring , no arms !
two rings , inner starforming ring , surrounded by a torus
#ring , #bar
#bar , #ring probably overlap.
#bar , #double ring
#spiral , 2 arms tight , 1 full rotation
#bar,#ring,#spiral 2 arms .
#barred, bright nucleus with a wide ring.
SkyServer color photo shows a nice spiral , 2 medium wound arms.
#barred , one full rotation
#barred , #ring
#barred, ring(?) ,starforming
#barred,#spiral,interacting with irregular neighbour
#starforming , in colours
Group of galaxies
two main arms spreading
Is it a merge ?
barred , double ring
There is central bulge ( invert image) and dustlane bends over .
Merge of face-on with edge-on ?
The edge-on has a dust lane.
face on barred perfectly symmetric
Two spiral arms, tight
Outer ring of starforming regions.
Bulge 12 o'clock is a galaxy ( http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr8/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=1237666215681327246) , not an arm.
It's a merge?
Red spot is a star according to SDSS.
2 tight spiral arms , almost symmetric !
Edge-on , no bulbs
#barred #spiral and ... Starforming?
Almost edge-on , bright kernel with an orange spot at the center...
Galaxy cluster ?
Star right below central bulge , overlap?
overlap , http://skyserver.sdss3.org/dr8/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=1237680333796475103
face on , spiral
barred spiral with ring ?
spiral arms , tight
Multiple dust lanes ?
At SDSS image spiral arms appeared as concentric circles around nucleus
Almost edge on , obvious central bulb
Merge? Tangent bulb at left , is a galaxy ( according to DR8)
A faint pair of loose arms exists
Almost entire galaxy consists of starforming regions!
Bulb at right is identified as Galaxy in DR8 , is it a merge ?
blue spots in arms or near the center , are star forming regions ?
Galaxy Cluster ? gravitational lenses ?
Satelite galaxy ?
Galaxy has two faint arms the one is tightly wound and the other is loosely wound. ( it looks so in SDSS DR8 image) Something rare ?
spiral 2 arms loose ( good example of loose arms)
Elliptical ( though disturbed ) galaxy - reddish bulge
Probably it's a galaxy merging in the bigger spiral ( SDSS DR8 navigator tool identifies this object as a galaxy http://skyserver.sdss3. )
starforming regions in a spiral system with multiple arms ?
Probably 3 galaxies merging
Is it a merging of 3 galaxies?
Probably a set of 3 galaxies, merging
An (almost) perpendicular merge of two elliptical(?) galaxies
Is it 3 galaxies cluster ?
Object, surrounded by smaller circular nebulae (?)
Exact "edge on" , symmetric shape , noticeable centered circular bulge
It appears to have two central bulges , merging or a projection of "front" galaxy over "back" galaxy (???)
Huge spherical Kernel
There is clump in upper half, no spiral arms
Spiral galaxy ,two arms , smooth round center