Galaxy Zoo Talk
Bright spot at top of galaxy? Either a foreground star, or possibly a supernova. But more than likely the the former
Green object, 4 o clock. A potential Voorwerp?
#ring with a #bar. Looks amazing!
#overlap of face on spiral galaxy, and Milky Way star. Or a possible #supernova?
Strange blue clumps. Not the first time I've seen them. Any explanation?
Those dots look to be nebulosity. Stunning pockets of star formation. Look like a Seyfert Galaxy, perhaps?
SkyServer tells me there is a supernova in thr vicinity? It that true? Cannot find it in Skyserver
What sort of object is this?
Looks like may #rings to form concentric circles. I for one do not see any spiral arms. But that star light makes it hard.
Looks a lot like Dwingeloo 1. Maybe it is?
Very VERY disturbed or #warped
A lovely crimson colour! Either very far away or just very old, with many red giant stars
This looks nothing like a galaxy. Maybe it is just me. I can see a merger or satellite galaxy
What interests me is the lack of a buldge in this galaxy. Beautiful arms, #nobuldge
#merger. Look how the small galaxy pushes the spiral arms of the bigger away
#warped at the right side. Possibly a #merger too
#warped at both ends. Certainly not spiral arms. Curving due to (its own) gravity maybe?
One of the oddest galaxies Ive ever seen. A #lenticular without a #buldge or #bar?
A bit #warped at the upper left end
#ring around an elliptical? Strange.
#ring #galaxy #ringgalaxy Beautiful ring galaxy with a bright core.
The core is yellow while the galaxy is blue! Sign of a young galaxy with a new black hole and young blue stars in the early Universe?
Greatly #disturbed. Still forming?
#merger #tidaltail #tail The elliptical to the top may have passed through the spiral 100 - 50mya?
Gorgeous #starforming galaxy here. Lovely arms too.
#merger or there are two #cores or #supermassive #blackhole's in this elliptical galaxy
I see a large arc in the lower limb, perhaps some lensing?
Very nice #edgeon spiral FGC 1637. Subtle hint of dust lane and no #buldge. No past activity?
Has to be a #voorwerpje as there is no data about it on NEDS, SIMBAD, or ADS.
#ring with a #voorwerp or #voowerpje, dont know the right spelling.
Strange ringed galaxy with two rings and no arms. Very nice
IC 1731, hosted SN 1983R
Perhaps a #voorwerp or #voorwepje I don't know how to spell it
#ring galaxy #ringgalaxy
Yeah I seee a ring galaxy too! #ring #galaxy #ringgalaxy #rare3
Looks like an irregular star forming galaxy near an elliptical. But whose to say it is not a #Voorwerp type object?
Foreground star, or a supernova?! Very bright, brighter than the whole galaxy!
This galaxy sits to one side. On the right, there is little activity and no arms. On the left all 4 arms are bunched together? New anomoly?
That looks to be M33 in Triangulum. If not, it is a very close analogue.
I'm unfamiliar with this type of galaxy. It has a central buldge but looks to be a circle with no definite arms. Any explanation?
I've seen lots of these weird galaxies. Bright core, bar, but no arms and a halo. Any ideas?
Rare ring galaxy. Definitely. Just look! Bright centre, gap, ring. What a discovery!
Not so much a galaxy, but a big cloud. Lymam alpha blob? Voorwerp?
Potentially a ring galaxy? No spiral arms or bar, but a ring of dust and a dominant centre. Is it a ring galaxy?
7 o clock of centre. #Supernovz?
Amazing! VERY symmetrical. I would like to bring this to someone's attention. I have not seen something like this. It could be a new class!
Looks a lot like NGC1300
If this is a galaxy and not an artifact, could that potentialy be a jet or quasar?
Potentialy interacting with that blue blob? Could just be part of the galaxy.
Seems to be an inbetween elliptical to me. Some gravitational lensing perhaps? I don't think its a star forming region Clinton.
Looks to be an Einstein Rinv of some description. Definitely some gravitational lensing.
What a lovely image! Compared with lots of the images here, this is truly breathtaking!