Galaxy Zoo Talk
#bar #ring #spiral, (well lit at the centre), apart from the blue star nearer the observer. Possible dwarf companion lower right.
Faint, but a ring showing. Seems to be spiral, if so.
Condensations in the arms.
This spiral is getting in a state.
The impression of a deep dish, at this distance and aspect. The intervening stars draw attention.
#bar #ring #spiral galaxy, ring just about complete. An attractive picture. Quite diffuse, long arms.
This intervening bright star makes a sharp point.
Needs a check on how much colour is real, here.
A streak of false colour.
Exceeptionally lop-sided, asymmetrical outline.
Unusual pinkish colour between two foreground stars.
This manages to create th
This irregular circular galaxy has some things in common with a two-armed spiral.
#photo Four lines of false colour.
#photo More false colour pixels at the lower end, here.
A scene full of light.
#photo Is the colour/object distribution down the left side here real?
#spiral # barred Very dramatic.
The detached clusters top right almost seem in line to have been ejected from this as a paarent galaxy, if the distance is right.
#photo There are two stray lines of false colour across is pictured galaxy.
#ring. This seems a rare, remarkable galaxy having a ring with such wide clearance.
#photo. There is a very small area of false colour pixels at the lower end of this pictured galaxy.
#photo. There are two clear artifact colour lines across this galaxy, not original.
This photographic exposure is unusual.
There is a clear artificial photographic box in the (here) bottom right hand corner of the image, which intrudes onto the irregular galaxy.
As a remark, this irregular galaxy happens to resemble the Manx symbol of Great Britain.