Galaxy Zoo Talk
3 stars bound to each other, one red, rest whiter
Green jet flanked by faint white jets from an off-image to the right source
second nearby bright core not overlapping but near main core at 2pm
NE-SW thin bright line through an otherwise dim object
Green object with red core partially outlined in white. SuperNova remnant?
lumpy, reddish core offset slightly from white core, brighter spot near NW edge
bright green object with brighter green ring around a large central bluish core.
Circle of bright spots surrounding an unseen center lower part of circle distoted and contains brighter spots
galaxy cut off by right edge of photo, nothing else remarkable in view
3 greenish objects in a row seem to be related may not be galaxies
Spiral galaxy shape but spiral arms look broken up and no longer spiral
lumpy blue irregular string through centre of anotherwise normal disk shaped galaxy
Two larger galaxies crushing a smaller one between them with an even smaller, redder one joining in from SW
very blue. Is this thing heading right at us?
green lens flare from a very bright unseen object off to the left of the image?
Might have satellite galaxy at SW
overall rhomboid shape, possibly a square seen from an angle.
Bright green nebula with ring and bright white central object - maybe supernova remnant from recent explosion
Small arc at extreme SW corner of image is the same color as the galaxy, may be related
Another NW-SW division between reddish and whitish halves
Central bright object is a bigger fraction of the galaxy than I've seen before
Two bright central objects merging? One reddish, the other whiter
two smaller galaxies merging with larger (leftmost) one?
Mickey mouse ear objects at top of galaxy, flattened area in SW quad.
Another nw/sw axis separating reddish from whitish half
bright spots randomly placed in the disc may be foreground stars
line thru long axis separates reddish from whiter half
Several apparently nearby objects don't seem to be interacting with it but it has a long tail like it is almost finished merging
NW/SW axis separates reddish side from whiter side
right half including half of core is reddish left half is white
off-center core, fainter core at 5pm from center
fainter core at 5pm from central core
Left side reddish, right side bluish, tail probably a background galaxy blobs to left and above and below might be result of lensing
arc at 9pm could be part of a spiral arm or maybe lensing.
three smaller less-bright "cores" near and below the central bright core within a disk that looks like a spiral with only one arm
Green globular galaxy with a white core
Central bright core seems to have a dark hole in its centre
bright white core seems to have a reddish core overlapping it at 4 o'clock
Very red, trace of tidal effects at top
bright core offset to 4o'clock within fuzzy globular galaxy
3 foreground stars one over right half of galaxy
Two nearer stars at 8 o'clock and another, larger loose 2-spiral barred galaxy at 4 o'clock, but don't seem to be merging
Lack of distortion of either shape suggests they may not be merging, perfectly straight jet heading out to SW from central galaxy
Couldn't get to the clumps choice for this one but it has 3 clumps, one dominant but none central
Very distinct bright circular central object. Maybe a star inside a dust cloud?
half white, half red divided roughly by long ellipse axis
very faint, indistinct bar and loose spiral arms
Central object half red half white
Very red, "tidal tail" may be separated in line of sight
2-3 weirdnesses may be faint foreground stars
Very faint indistinct loose bars
Maybe 2 smaller galaxies merging with bigger one in a N-SSE line
several arcs of red pixels which could be noise pixels or maybe faint evidence of Einstein rings.
very faint spiral arms
very faint bar and spirals, very fuzzy
2 galactic nuclei, jet heading out to WSW
Two globular galaxies not mutually distorting so maybe far apart along line of sight.
round galaxy with prominent central bulge and possibly several foreground stars.
very faint jets? tidal debris? in lines to NE and SW of main body
2 galaxies. Central one has 2 spiral arms, right-central one has poorly defined 2 spiral arms but looks like an elliptical