Galaxy Zoo Talk
Large debris trail caused by merger
A couple of faint arms extend 2-3 times the diameter of the bright disk
Star forming regions
Highly #disturbed from a past #merger
possible #jet at 5 o'clock
Appears to be a #starforming region that is actually part of a larger galaxy
4 very faint, loose #arms going out in a cruciform pattern
possible #jets at 1 and 7 o'clock
Could that be a #jet going out toward 11 o'clock?
#starformation in a linear feature
long #debris trail goin goff to 10 o'clock
The region at the center appears to be a small portion of a larger galaxy
Could that be a #jet headed out toward 5 o'clock?
There are narrow features at 12 and 6 o'clock. Do you think these are artifacts or actual features?
perfect #edge view
#disturbed, extensive #debris trail at 12 o'clock
#barred spiral with possible #disturbed disk
possible #jet at 8 o'clock
Beautiful #dustlane across this #edgeon
#jet or #debris extending from 8 o'clock
two beautiful faint arms
extended trail of #debris going clockwise from 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock
very large #ring or #lens
remnants of #merger?
#bar #ring #spiral
Highly #irregular, extensive #starformation
#bar and #ring
trail going to 3 o'clock
very long trail of #debris going off to 2 o'clock
The upper arm is broken, possibly due to #merger with object at 1 o'clock
small #arc above the nucleus
Very long #debris trail going to 7 o'clock
There seem to be two rays emerging from the disk at 11 o'clock
#starformation near 12 o'clock
extensive tidal #debris trails, #disturbed
#merger with galaxy below it
long trail of tidal #debris going off toward 8 o'clock
Very long trail of tidal #debris at 2 o'clock
Very long #debris trail heading off to 7 o'clock
Faint tidal #debris trails going off in at least 3 directions
#star-forming #irregular Central bulge does not stand out
very long tidal #debris trails
#merger, possibly triple
edge on view
smaller objects appear to follow spirals radiating out from object
very long trails of tidal debris
major track of tidal #debris extends to 1 o'clock, longer than object itself
#merger #disturbed #cluster
Merger. Also possible jet or merging object at 7 o'clock, possible jet or merging object for colliding galaxy at 11 o'clock
small tracks of debris at 12 and 3 o'clock
Possible jet at 12 o'clock
#debris #irregular #disturbed
Very long debris trail going to 6 o'clock
Highly disturbed or merger
Merger seems to have caused a very extended 2-arm spiral structure
Can't tell if these two are interacting, but the spirals are disturbed
Arms outside the disk are highly disturbed, not in a spiral pattern
Either two very loose spiral arms, or two lenses
Multiple bright spots in central bulge--merger? disturbed?
Disturbed or merger?
ring or lens
Possible three-way merger
Edge or dust lane across central bulge
May be part of a local cluster
Very prominent bar. Merger with object at 9 o'clock
Merger or other phenomenon causing asymmetry
Amazing tidal debris over long distance after merger
Bright spot at edge of central bulge
Merging on one side, starformation on the other, extensive debris trails
Two bright spots symmetrical about central bulge. Lensing? Merger? Also a tidal debris trail at 5 o'clock.
Merger, interacting extensively with other galaxy
Highly disturbed, may be merging
Highly disturbed, irregular
Long filamentous structure stretching out at 5 o'clock toward a clump
Extended tidal debris streaming down to 7 o'clock
Possible triple merger
Numerous star-forming regions in a circular pattern around the galaxy
Possible jet at 8 o'clock
Violent merger, and possibly a third object between the two nuclei
Very large amount of tidal debris
Huge trail of tidal debris extending out to 4 o'clock then curving up counterclockwise. As large as the galaxy itself.
Sharp jet from nucleus toward 7 o'clock
Possible jets, very thin, radiating from object center to 1 and 4 o'clock. Could also be artifacts
Two or three associated masses above the galaxy, or possible lensing
Possible tidal debris stream coming from lower right toward 2 o'clock
Object appears to have two halos, not concentric, outside the arm/ring structure. Possible lensing or arc at the outer edge of one ring.
Faint, narrow #jets at 11, 2 and 5 o'clock
Possible jets streaming away from nucleus at 2 and 8 o'clock
Faint debris trails at 12 and 7 o'clock
Possible tidal debris streamer at 6 o'clock
possible 3-way merger
Perfect edge-on view with dust ring splitting it down the middle.
Perfect edge-on view
Appears to be perfectly edge-on. Dark lines radiate from central bulge at 2 and 8 o'clock.
Very faint line at 10 o'clock from object, perpendicular to galactic plane. Possible jet.
The object at the center may be interacting with the large barred spiral at 8 o'clock.
Faint objects at equal distances from the center object, at 11, 2, 4 and 8 o'clock.
The object has a feature jutting out to 2 o'clock near the central bulge, possible merger; faint cloud below object at 7 to 8 o'clock.
Faint lines at 11 o'clock and 5 o'clock symmetrically around object, possible jets or ring
It's not clear which of the three objects in the image are associated. The central object appears irregular, with possible tidal debris.
This is a fantastic three-armed spiral. The central bulge might have a dust lane running across it.
There is a linear feature going through the galaxy from 10 o'clock to 4 o'clock.
What could the arcing feature be that goes through the object?
How many of the objects are associated?