Galaxy Zoo Talk
Possible overlap with another galaxy in the southeast.
Interesting blue light...
Bar or edge on?
Ring or dust lane/
The ring looks irregular/disturbed: not following the galaxy's share in its entirety.
Almost a 'ghost' galaxy or a remenant thereof?!?
something [unseen] appears to be dragging it from the north east
Looks like there is more material to the south west, without any, obvious, reason.
Interesting [internal] blue colour.
Offcentre centre... why?
Edge on galaxy or cigar shaped?
Ring around the centre
Dark matter galaxy? ?!?!
This looks like a ghost galaxy...
A galaxy either with two loose spirals or an irregular shape.
The galaxy could also be viewed edge-on.
A jet-like feature pointing south.
The bulges are off-centre and many of them!
Nothing to classify! Unless it is a dark matter galaxy!
Three centres in the galaxy. Sign of a recent merger or are the nuclei from galaxies further behind?
Elongated central bulge.
A 'tiny' bar at the centre?
Slightly irregular galaxy?
A bar feature seems to be forming?
Multiple central bulges?
It could also be a galaxy viewed head-on.
Possible bar at initial stages?
A less dense part of the galaxy surrounds it.
Thicker bulge in the centre.
Edge on galaxy with a halo?
The galaxy could be edge on, but I am not sure. Two jets [?] appear to exist, unless they are spirals viewed edge on.
Wow... I guess this is a merger... very nice image!
Slightly irregular? I do not think there are two galaxies in the same place...
Two jets (?) or is it just the bar, whose view is disrupted by the rest of the galaxy?
A stretched out galaxy or remainder thereof...
Tidal debris or just illuminated dust?
On the verge of being 'edge on'.
Limited visibility due to distance.
Very close to merging, very early stages?
Beautiful image! I believe there is also tidal debris present.
The galaxy has a halo.
The irregularity might be due to the large distance of the object.
Very irregular, loosely put together galaxy.
Looks like a cloud of dust rather than a galaxy.
Very distant. Barely visible.
Not sure what it is.
Does not look like a galaxy, or it looks VERY irregular.
Spiral or an optical illusion due to shades of light?
Two jets streaming away from the centre?
Tidal debris or irregular shape?
Are the spirals also tidally distorted in some way?
Beautiful slightly oblique merger, viewed edge on!
They look like jet streams. Probably edge-on view? Could it also be some type of a merger?
Tidal debris or spiral, or both?
Is it really an overlap? Is there tidal debris too o the top right?
Is the small blob at the bottom another galaxy merging with the main one?
Merger with tidal debris or overlap?
The image is being distorted
Is the galaxy merging with the one above it?
Looks like tidal debris, but unsure.
Not sure if there is a merger going on with the smudge on the right.
Possible merger with the galaxy on the left, which seems to have deformed a bit?
Tidal debris is obvious, unsure as to if a merger is going on.
Early merger stages?
The image is not the best possible.
Is this tidal debris? There probably are spirals, and it is not totally an edge on view.
Too small an object to make reasonable deductions.
Classification assumes the tidal debris are real and not noise from low resolution.
Assuming a merger is (about to) happen, there seems to be tidal debris too.
Not sure if there is an actual merger.
Is the lower part a separate galaxy or tidal debris?
The left galaxy seems two have two small spiral arms, but this could be due to the merger.
Is this a merger or tidal debris?
Early merger stages of the two 'big' galaxies?
Not sure if this is an actual merger.
Is the small galaxy on top merging with the big one?
Not sure if this is a true spiral or a low quality photograph.
The spiral is internal, if it exists. Not sure if I have correctly classified it as a spiral one.
Not sure if this is a merger or an unrelated fly by.
Not sure if the feature is a spiral or tidal debris.
Not sure if this a early merger or an unrelated fly by.
Not sure if the top left feature is a spiral or tidal debris.
Very early stages of a merger with the small galaxy on the right?
Not sure if this is a merger or the top left galaxy is simply passing behind in an unrelated way.
There seem to be internal spirals.
The galaxy appears to have a double nucleus; caused by a recent merger?