Galaxy Zoo Talk
E2 with Jet
SAc(r) with star formation
SAc(r) with dust lane, and dust ring, star formation present.
SBb with dust archs?
SN remnant in disk?
SBb withstarburst activity, tight ring near nucleus, and dust lane, core is active
Disturbed SA(r)2/b with Starburst activity, and satillete galaxy present
SBd(edi) g/3 type
SBb with potential merger SBc
Star formation in one arm?
quasar behind core to the SW, or BG star
SAc with SN remnant in one arm, active core, possible satellite galaxies or GC's
SBa with dust lane and star forming regions
dust lane a fem mm below bulge?
SAa with dust lane
Disturbed S0 irrl, with starburst
E3 with satellite dwarfs?
Recovering S0 merger
Dust lane in SAa
Dust Lane in SAa
Possible Globular Cluster
Jet present, E iir type
Recovering Merger with starburst activity prominent
Sc with Starburst activity and possible E0 neighbor, merging possible due to starburst activity, a common sign of interacting gases between
S0 edge on
Sa/5 with dust ring
Merger S0 with dwarf elliptical merger
Star formation possible, likely Sb
Possible background galaxy, or faint SN slightly above core
Starburst regions present in several places, possible SO satillite dwarf present , or background galaxy
Elliptical with possible satellite galaxy, active core in both, meaning interactions between the two are possible
Lenticular with faint SB type arms present, dust lane clearly present, possible merger, satellite, or background galaxy present
SBc has been slightly disturbed on the outer arms
Possible Spiral recovering from merging, dust lanes, stellar archs are present
SBI (fa) 0/1
SB I(fg) 3
Type SB(r)0 with neighboring dust whips outside the main disks
Possible was spiral merger, starburst activity present in parts of semi-irregular disk/arms
Two other sources within disk, one is possible globular cluster, or merging dwarf
Satellite Galaxy on the rigth
Possible active SM black hole
SBbc type with S0a potential to be merger
Possible Satellite galaxy on the right, about 1/3 as large as primary
Possible component closer to us but within the disk