Galaxy Zoo Talk
A green pee at the edge near us, and many other bright objects along the arms
Seems to have more levels of arms. The blue regions can almost be counted.
The one in the back seems more distant. Could also be the result of a prospectical interaction
Presence of blue objects (gas or stars) around the central bulge above the plane of the galaxy.
Another faint blue object is in the picture near by the galaxy at the center.
At the left a rectangle shaped object captured my attention.
I have seen more than one time this kind of weird object and I am quite sure it is not a star.
It seems a kind of galactic bug or ant crawling upward!
Irregular seems a bit an ammonite fossil. Blue regions can be observed at periphery.
Might be beautiful if focused by Hubble. A very large bar is at the center if compared to the whole galaxy. All around blue objects.
The object shows a population of lightblue regions/gas all irregularly distributed around the center a kind of circle is just perceivable.
It has a very well defined and luminous center.
The galaxy shows dozens of blue large objects disposed around at the periphery with no order.
The center seems to show less light than the periphery. All around the edge about ten blue objects are visible probably stars. Odd.
The arms are not very defined but still visible and connected to a sort of inner ring of the galaxy.
Surprisingly the core of this nebula is a very bright square of light. Could be a lens effect or what?
The object seems very faint and transparent since at least four other object are distinctly visible inside or behind it.