Galaxy Zoo Talk
z=0.082, cute blue hue, too diffuse for a pea?
z=0.09180, I see segments of a ring structure that could be faint arcs at 10, 7 and 4 o'clock, also in DECaLS DR5 residuals
z=0.137, the central object appears to be double: more bluish on right half
centred on the little object at 11:00 of the biggest galaxy (which is at z=0.0686), many smaller objects close-by at 1, 4 and 5 o'clock.
z=0.12368, #merger without #debris
z=0.07968, twin arms look tight close to nucleus, but loose in their faint extensions
z=0.1294, 3 #ring zones, 3 partial arc-like bluish arms, and red 'wart' or overlap at 6 o'clock
z=0.05528, multiple halo's or #rings
again similar to AGZ000e8wf : red 'wart' at 01:00, see DECaLS DR5. z=0.11477, #weird
z=0.02470, #barred twin loose armed galaxy, complex center. Why so low in magnification?
Low Surface Brightness Galaxy (says SIMBAD)
z=0.07361, galaxy connects to blue cloud by a reddish filament running from 07:00 to 09:00, SDSS calls the filament a 'star'. 😃
oops, missed that. So, what do you figure it is then?
#overlap at 01:00 or AGN? z=0.05349, no colour difference in DECaLS
seems to be connected to object at 01:00, #weird
looks like a #merger with little debris
z=0.11639, nice #ring, #overlap at 01:00 and 09:00
z=0.08328, AGN, Seyfert 2 Galaxy, not sure what the object at 10:00 is.
z=0.14550, SDSS calls the object at 11:00 a (red) star, so the thing at 01:00 must be one too. Farther from it's centre than AGZ000efx2.
#merging or 2 bright lobes of a single object?
z=0.11383, looks like another 'wart' on a loose twin spiral, but elongated, it's all red in DECaLS again. cfr AGZ000efx2 and AGZ000e8wf .
orange elliptical superimposed on a loose twin arm spiral, the upper spiral arm is twisted out of joint, recent merger?
very similar to AGZ000efx2 : round red spot in DECaLS, GAMA says z=0.13812, if there are more of those, then they need a name. "warty"?
a very nice #overlap, the round one being reddish (in DECaLS DR5) and the elongated one blueish.
z=0.13205, colour gradient not confirmed in DECaLS
z=0.05304, looks like 3 galaxies interacting
z=0.03049, elongated galaxy at 01:00 is z=0.03045, so a #merger, a black dust cloud at 07:00
z=0.13451, 2 spots diametricaly opposite 11 and 5 o'clock, also at 8 and 2 o'clock (red in DECaLS DR5), is lensing ruled out?
two #debris streams (02:00 and 04:00), the white round thing seems to be a Seyfert 1 galaxy at z=0.14550, possibly connected?
#overlap at 5 o'clock
z=0.12620, I see a #dustlane running from 09:00 to 02:00
z=0.13433, and at 01:00 it's z=0.10859, just a partial overlap
#overlap (yellowish) at 11:00
to me, the spot is a part of the upper arm (same colour in DECaLS DR5)
z=0.08478, upper arm seems to bend the wrong way? try to count the arms on this one ...
z=0.08454, overlap by star at 11:00
z=0.13053, it's partner at 12 o'clock is at z=0.13064, so, yes, they're doing it. #Merging.
z=0.13773, #merger with #debris from 04:00 to 07:00
z=0.05475, dark band running from 11:00 to 05:00,SDSS spectrum shows absorption lines of Ca, Mg, Na
z=0.11613, maybe #overlap by darker yellow object at 02:00?
z=0.13764, SDSS sees only a single item, no idea what the 03:00 image is
no z-values, impressive tailing #debris
correction: z=0.05108, (not 0.511) and at 07:00 it's z=0.05117 according to SIMBAD,see also DECaLS for large scale structure
z=0.13249, half a #ring from 08:00 to 01:00
#overlap, no z-values, but it doesn't look closeby.
z=0.09701, bar +faint twin spiral
z=0.12256, foreground star at 07:00, #ring, faint spiral tail at 02:00
z=0.13850, I see a dark band (#dustlane?) running from 07:00 to 02:00, spectrum in SDSS shows huge Mg and Na absorption.
z=0.13032, the 'comma' at 05:00 extends the line of the elongated nucleus. Twin armed barred thingy? (Hineininterpretierung 😃 )
z=0.11228, #ring that could be twin arms (lower 6 to 3 o'clock and upper 1 to 10 o'clock), sdss has spectrum
z=0.14885 (simbad), one short and one long spiral arm, #weird, SDSS has spectrum (abso Mg, Na, emis O, S, Ar)
z=0.05159 (simbad), looks donut shaped with hole at 11:00
z=0.13814, eclipsed by a foreground star at 11:00
z=0.12970, #overlap at 12:00 with galaxy that looks red in DECaLS
z=0.05497, round, but no spiral features
closeby at z=0.0289, starforming all over, irregular except for the nice arching downwards
z=0.10377, faint ring all around; disturbed blueish oval might be a bloated #bar
z=0.05744, inner #bar + #ring, plus giant outer spirals see http://legacysurvey.org/viewer?ra=221.9455&dec=-1.8960&zoom=16&layer=decals-dr5
z=0.13737, brown spot at 11:00 also in DECaLS DR5
z=0.02863, very #faint #bar and twin spiral #arms
z=0.11586, and at 01:00 z=0.11701, twin galaxies with little interaction.
far away at z=0.44650 (gama), either a #ring or a 2-arm spiral, blue nodule at 05:00
z=0.09007 (simbad) or 0.08988 (sdss), darker colour shade at 07:00, #dust? see absorption lines in spectrum (Na, Mg)
z=0.11879, the loose arms seem to 'contain' the #bar, not originating from its extremities as usual. Bar area looks pink in DECaLS DR5.
#overlap at 11:00
z=0.08045, something #weird with this nucleus: too round and sharp with excess brightness at the centre (check DECaLS DR5 residuals)
z=0.13695 intimately connecting to z=0.13613, (a third one at z=0.13450 is out of the pic at right), #cute
z=0.10065 merging with bigger z=0.10152 at 08:00 and creating #debris; neat resolution!
z=0.13000, #weird, same colour, #overlap?
z=0.12957, the object at 01:00 isn't well resolved in DECaLS, but it's there (as blue in the residuals), too close for a random spot
z=0.12438, #overlap with a fainter redder galaxy
z=0.09940, classic beauty with #bar and #ring and two loose spiral arms
close, z=0.02976, bright spot at 01:00 is not resolved in other sources. Can blue galaxies also have blue starbursts?
z=0.10652, the bright spot has to be a galaxy or a very active spot in the diffuse thingy. It's green in DECaLS.
#overlap or #merger or just one galaxy with two bright spots?
z=0.12546, two spots perfectly aligned and same colour in DECaLS could be spiral arms along the line of view; #weird
z=0.13127, maybe #arc at 04:00
z=0.10995, #dustlane and #overlap at 06:00
z=0.08332, on the edge of a giant ring, see http://legacysurvey.org/viewer?ra=221.9052&dec=-1.7652&zoom=15&layer=decals-dr5
z=0.10464, overlap at 01:00 and 03:00
a hint of a faint streamer at 06:00, also in DECaLS
z=0.12843, trail at 07:00, closest object at 09:00 looks like part of the galaxy, the further elongated brownish one could be an #overlap
hard to give a count for the #arms when they fork like this
#distorted 2-arm spiral?
z=0.13458, maybe #arc at 7, 1 and 4 o'clock.
small bar, 3 arms (2+1) , #dustlane, #beautiful
centre of this pic is empty! object at left is at z=0.10426, object at 3 o'clock might belong to the same structure (or not).
z=0.14846, round one at 0700 is z=0.14751, close but no distortions nor debris
z=0.05295, bright object at 10 o'clock is at same distance, #merger in early stages
z=0.13487, bar and 1 loose arm? blue band at the bottom caused by big star out of image (to the left)
z=0.09106, eclipsed by foreground star
object at 12 o'clock is more red in DECaLS, #overlap?
z=0.13219 and (left=) 0.13241, clear debris tail, #merger
z=0.04277, #disturbed (by what?) , looks like obscured by dust below the top-right to bottom-left diagonal.
z=0.12715, same vertical #jet or streak in DECaLS DR5
z=0.09263, grayish object at 08:00 also in DECaLS, probably just an #overlap.
z=0.11311, SIMBAD ->Seyfert 1, remark the darker line thru the middle? elliptic halo
far away at z=0.34729, the two objects above are even farther at z=0.446, and contain a radio source (says SIMBAD4), bracket at 11:00
z=0.13639, the yellow haze at left is also there in DECaLS, but just barely. Dust cloud?
z=0.13935, an elliptic halo with two starforming centres, #merger?
z=0.14689, #overlap at 10 and maybe also at 4 o'clock, diagonally opposite.
z=0.13444 and 0.13359, #merger , #debris
looks very symmetric
z=0.10353, the blue starburst at 11 o'clock is confirmed by DECaLS
#weird, looks like a star overlapping a faint 'S' shaped galaxy
z=0.13660, colour shift not seen in DECaLS, artefact?
the blue spot might be an artefact, not present in DECaLS DR5
are the darker rings called 'dustlane' too?
DECaLS shows a comma tail at 7 o'clock too (not the nicest pic, this one)
z=0.07304, #irregular with #dustlane? SDSS sees 2 objects
the fuzzy brown at 12 o'clock is in DECaLS too, maybe the blue is a starburst in the fuzzy brown?
z=0.11550, centre is blue, extension to 1 o'clock is red in DECaLS, maybe starburst in elliptic, or else a red #jet from an AGN
z=0.12368, no proof of debris, but peculiar axis alignment, #weird; identical colours in DECaLS too
z=0.13696, #merger, #debris
z=0.13359, at 12 o'clock z=0.13457, #debris at 07:00 and 04:00
two colours, in DECaLS too, so probably overlap at 4 o'clock
z=0.13254, #overlap at 3 and 6 o'clock
z=0.08295, #overlap? galaxy at 11:00 is much redder in DECaLS, but could be a #merger too
z=0.12195, overlapping red star at 06:00
z=0.09115, streaks towards 4, 5, 10 and 12 o'clock, overall appearance of an 'X'
z=0.06647, nice #overlap (?), spirals not well defined
z=0.02467, blue star-forming nodules do not follow a spiral pattern
z=0.11705, looks rectangular to me 😉 an unusual deformation
z=0.09713 (GAMA), #bar + half a #ring or maybe debris trail
z=0.08639, the item at 10 o'clock has a red colour in DECaLS, so it looks like an #overlap to me.
z=0.08306, very active nucleus, first #blue nucleus I get to see.
z=0.1197, faint trailing at 06:00
trailing arm, #debris
yellow at 2 and 8 o'clock, #overlap?
z=0.08241 - 0.08205, faint huge single arm spiral
an irregular with a few starburst regions?
z=0.05452, the colour gradient is for real: also in SDSS. Does that mean #overlap?
two stubs of arms at either side of a bar, or a ring in-the-making? nice symmetry.
central image seems to be just a starburst region of the irregular galaxy at 2 o'clock.
z=0.05280, maybe bar and (half) ring?
z=0.02997, looks like a proto-galaxy full of dust
z=0.03043 (sdss), or z=0.04534 (gama), looks like interacting with the galaxy at 06:00, connected by a faint trail
z=0.04534, for me, the blue line is a bar, and two loose arms fan out to 11 and 5 o'clock, but I might see spooks
blue arm turning the wrong way? not arms but debris of #merger?
looks like a partial #ring or a big #arc
z=0.08307, looks like a bridge from object at 07:00
z=0.10664, the object at 07:00 could also be an active region of the (missing) second arm?
#weird, looks like 'repulsive' interaction?
z=0.13733, #bar and double #ring
z=0.05669, darker band through top half, starburst
z=0.04096, maybe #jet?
z=0.12090, SDSS mis-classifies the galaxy at 03:00 as a star;
top blue colour not present in DECaLS DR5, #artefact?
colour shift to blueish also in DEC
z=0.12363, linear feature towards 2 o'clock
streak running from 11 to 5 o'clock, also in DECaLS DR5, is it a #jet of a faint disk seen edge-on?
z=0.04978, elliptic, nucleus appears off-center, starburst on rim
z=0.14822, #bar + #ring, #overlap or #merge?
z=0.13960, 2-arm spiral with huge off-centre ring, DECaLS shows yellow spiral, blue ring and red object at 03:00 inside ring
z=0.07021, an irregular ex-4-armed barred spiral bursting with new stars?
looks like #overlap of 2 elliptics
a #trio, #overlap or #merger?
z=0.05374; #ring, at 1 o'clock deformed into two horns, DECaLS residuals hint at a #merger
has a faint disk that extends to 30 arcsec on either side, running 5 to 11 o'clock, see DECaLS
I classified it as "irregular " and "spiral", arms all over the place 😃
z=0.09839, #ring, object at 11:00 might be #new (not in SDSS nor DECaLS)
a #ring without a nucleus?
a #merger of three at once? that must be very rare.
yellow caps at 1 and 7 o'clock and object at 11 o'clock stand out in DECaLS too.
unusual place for a starburst at 06:00, object at 01:00
#overlap, object at 07:00 is more greenish in DECaLS DR5
object at 11:00 has different colour in DECaLS, so it's #overlap?
z=0.07728, DECaLS shows a long trail going down to 08:00, very disturbed 2-arm barred galaxy?
z=0.10606, starburst comma. DECaLS shows 2 smaller objects at 09:00, SDSS and here : only one. The lower red one is gone. #weird!
#weird, looks like the gray "S" blocks part of the yellow (round?) object, shouldn't it shine through?
is it a debris trail or a #jet? DECaLS DR5 models it as 2 differently coloured objects, #weird
tailing towards galaxies at 03:00
elliptic with overlapping close star at 08:00, or something shining over there? also in SDSS and DECaLS
the right side is redder in DECaLS too, and the colour difference extends over the halo, making it look like ")", a bit like in AGZ000ejwo
z=0.13625, nice #overlap + #dustlane
one-armed spiral or (thick) #ring?
extremely straight, looks more like a 'trail' than an arm, #merger #debris?
#voorwerpje at 6 o'clock? or artefact? right half shows dust veil, also on DECaLS DR5 (see 'residuals' there!)
could be an S-shaped spiral seen nearly edge-on (yellow center)
z=0.08432, bar + twin spiral, some #disruption
nearly edge-on, but no bulge, #asymmetric
extra object at 03:00 looks similar, but the one at 05:00 is an #overlap
2-arm spiral barely visible
z=0.13572, which of them are #merging? no debris on central galaxy, and SDSS shows no z-values for the other two.
z=0.10350, looks like 2 different structures (apart from the red star at 10 o'clock, cfr. DECaLS DR5)
#overlap? SDSS classifies both as galaxies, but at this resolution the lower looks more star-like
this could be an #overlap
#irregular #blue all over, without spot-like starbursts. Looks like a gorilla 😃
z=0.12064, remark the half-ring over the top, might be tail from the object (galaxy?) at 4 o'clock
so #disturbed that it isn't spiral anymore
z=0.03051, yellow spot at 9 o'clock might be #overlap
in DECaLS DR5, the central object and the 3 satelites at 2 o'clock have the same colour, they might be one system?
unusual shape, like an 'S' inside a #ring.
remark the yellow excess at 11 and 5 o'clock: #overlap?
looks like a barred galaxy that lost its arms, clear debris trail towards 5 o'clock, #weird
it looks like there is a darker area above and below, wonder if others see that too, and, if so, what causes it.
slightly deformed, object at 03:00 looks like a red star in legacysurvey
z=0.12232, object at 12:00 is an overlapping galaxy
z=0.13909, SDSS calls the blue object at 06:00 also a galaxy, but it looks star-like to me
z=0.08588, #bar and #spiral with 2 #blue 'horns'
four small satellites (6,7,10 and 11 o'clock), one of those tangentially elongated, colours different from main also in legacysurvey
z=0.05631, unconnected #ring, #weird
a little extra at 08:00, also present in legacysurvey
z=0.04375, a #ring without a #nucleus? #debris without a cause?
an unlikely place for a local starburst at 10:00
z=0.08102 starburst galaxy (SDSS), but I see two lobes
overlap with #star at 08:00
z=0.13573; SDSS doesn't see the 01:00 object as separate, but it looks just like the star below the 05:00 galaxy.
disregarding the star at 10:00, looks like #merger with 04:00 object
both have exactly the same colour, here and in legacysurvey, I thinks that requires an explanation.
z=0.0474 and 0.0475, part of a giant S-shaped structure see http://legacysurvey.org/viewer?ra=220.59827&dec=2.6336&zoom=16&layer=decals-dr5
isn't this one slightly curved (hollow side up)?
SDSS labels the yellow one as a star
looks like a single galaxy with two very active regions
is that an #arm or #tidal_debris?
z=0.0531 in SDSS, obvious blue starforming in a #barred elliptic without obvious #arms.
this demonstrates the quality of these images: #barred S-shaped galaxy with #overlap at 05:00
hint of #overlap (yellow) at 5 o'clock, also in legacysurvey
the 05:00 is a star, but the 11:00 could be an #arc: green in legacysurvey
might be just an elliptical with starforming activity at top left edge
#overlap at 05:00? different colour there, also in SDSS and legacysurvey
#coincidence? galaxy framed by two symmetric stars?
z=0.13190, SDSS sees only one object, I see two, and an arm folded over the top joining them: #merger
what's the extra stuff at 01:00?
2 loose and 2 tight arms, #weird
funny shape, looks like 2 different structures on top of each other
z=0.12109, might be #merger of 2 globular galaxies but no debris evident? galaxy at 02:00 has different colour in legacysurvey DR3
z=0.13786, #disturbed, #starforming, arm going up to left overlapping galaxy at 11 o'clock, separate centre at 05:30
z=0.03448, #disturbed, but by what?
small object to the right is connected by a bridge, has different colour in legacysurvey, so #merger
object at 09:00, #overlap or bright spot?
SDSS sees 2 separate objects here, blue #nodules in foreground? z=0.00555
#waw, poster quality!
#overlap? cfr http://legacysurvey.org/viewer?ra=220.59827&dec=2.6336&zoom=16&layer=decals-dr5
is the clear region around the yellow blob an artefact? see http://legacysurvey.org/viewer?ra=220.59827&dec=2.6336&zoom=16&layer=decals-dr5
so sharp that it could be a star
#irregular, the 5 blue nodules below it stand out
#overlap at 01:00 (no identif. in SDSS for it) but clear in http://legacysurvey.org/viewer?ra=220.59827&dec=2.6336&zoom=16&layer=decals-dr5
SDSS gives z=0.12238+/-0.00002 (why the difference?), outer #ring seems not disturbed by #merger from the left
the object at 12:00 is not identified as a separate object in SDSS, it could be part of the structure, or else an #overlap
z=0.05326, the blue string from 12:00 to 03:00 must be another galaxy
z=0.13979; #overlap with star (cfr. SDSS) at 12:00 and maybe a bulge at 08:00 too?
isn't this just a #star?
z=0.13816, blue-green #arc at 07:00, #overlap at 11:00
#ring like feature at 11:00, alignment of the 5 objects towards top right is remarkable
SDSS says it's one object, no overlap: the shape is like nothing I've seen before 😉
extends below and seems to have a 'cap' at 1 o'clock, #overlap?
#disruption by blue feature at 11 o'clock? #merger?
instead of collapsing into a disc, this one went 'creative' on us 😉 For SDSS, it's all just one object.
centre object is the small elliptical pointing to 11:00, not the big one with the dustlane
bent elliptic, optic effect from foreground star?
#overlap or "yellow starburst"? it's red in SDSS and in legacy, so I'd go for overlap.
#overlap : blue elliptic oriented to 1 o'clock and yellow elliptic oriented 11 o'clock
#bar, each arm forms an excentric #ring
faint elliptic connected to object at right by an armlet at 4 o'clock
each spiral arm seems to form its own #ring
#barred twin arm closed spiral, why is it extremely faint?
streak extending from 2 o'clock, faint #ring, #weird, streak & ring are not in SDSS nor in legacysurvey.
central object (blue) oriented 01:00 - 07:00 covers another (yellow) oriented 03:00 - 09:00, same in legacysurvey
the colour difference (top: blue, bottom: yellow) isn't present in SDSS nor in legacysurvey
looks like a 1-armed tight spiral
is this a #bar without arms?
elliptic divided in two parts with darker #band in between
#overlap with a #ring-like feature at 10 o'clock?
elliptic #overlapping a #ring-like object at 8 o'clock?
#irregular, very #active
is this a planar structure? it looks like 2 rings in orthogonal planes (like shackles of a chain)
#overlap at 6 o'clock
is the central round object part of the S-shaped galaxy? like a failed third arm?
#ring should go around the nucleus, not through it; #weird
rare blue nucleus and faint spiral arms
I see (part of) a ring with centre offset to 10 o'clock. See also http://legacysurvey.org
looks like the #ring thickens around both objects, so they must be close
blue ring is offset versus centre
central z=0.08452, bright spot at 06:00 also present in SDSS and in http://legacysurvey.org/viewer, but less prominent.
#merger or #overlap? where can we get z-values?
entire structure has the shape of a "?" I don't know what to make of it.
orange object in centre could be just a close by star?
what distorted it?
count the #arms? how?
#weird : the disc around nucleus and #bar is eye-shaped
#debris tailing? or just two blue star-forming regions in a one-armed spiral?
a close-by star in front of a faint elliptic galaxy?
a much shorter version of https://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/boards/BGZ0000004/discussions/DGZ0002u5x
I'm not sure the bright yellow object is the nucleus of the faint blue spiral; #overlap?
#weird : the arms seem to have changed from 'loose' far away to 'compact' close by; does that happen more often?
never seen it so #blue, some tailing down at 07:00?
#weird, central yellow galaxy is straight, object at left curves towards it
the faint S-spiral is not alligned with the yellow ellipse; #overlap?
slight tailing towards 05:00, are the z-values 0.1117 and 0.1127 close enough for interaction?
a spiral arm should at least have one nucleus, this one goes solo. Is that even allowed? 😉
the small yellow object closeby 09:00 seems to make an indent on the perimeter of the galaxy; #overlap by star or by galaxy?
coincidence : looks like it's budding off daughter cells 😃
faint downward streak, is it for real?
#weird coincidence, looks like an ejection at 11:00
#dustlane, is the band going left upward an #overlap?
#dustland and #tidal_debris?
a 3-pixel artefact, rare?
yellow spots at 09:00 and 11:00 are probably accidental.
I like the 5 brown spots surrounding it, a flower-like arrangement 😉
not a normal nucleus, #nova? looks bigger than one single pixel. No it's not, compare to https://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/subjects/AGZ000ees4
#dustlane and #overlap
see AGZ000ea6c and AGZ000eagd : foreground star in front of nebula or a nova within it?
why no #debris? just #overlap?
faint arm bending out from10:00 to 07:00 seems not coplanar with the main spiral, #weird
from 05:00 to 10:00 there seems to be a shock wave front, arc like, similar featureat 07:00 ; related?
a star in front of a faint nebula?
there seems to be an extra arm rotating the wrong way : from 9:00 outwards down to 6:00; maybe illusion by connecting the blue dots?
is the central yellow object a star? but it looks partly obscured at 1 o'clock? z-values anyone?
a very clear overlap, why no optical arcs?
the bar and ring are not deformed at all, the arms spiral clockwise-out, looks like 3 arms and a ring + bar causes instability?
#merger, clear #interaction and #debris. A heart in the sky.
#overlap or #nova? z-values anyone?
double inner #disk (dark band) and 2 spiral arms forming a near perfect #ring
#merger? both quite disturbed
#waw, a lot going on here, #jet towards 01:00 but no fuzzy debris trails
central yellow circle, it all looks a lot like https://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/subjects/AGZ000e94v
three objects or just two? where is the debris?
the vertical orange line below it? it's not parallel to one of those around the star at 5 o'clock, does it have the same cause?
I think I see a giant ring around it, does it show up under less magnification?
an #elliptical eclipsed by a close star, and still a clean image, #waw! cool optics!
#ring, looks like the central galaxy #overlaps the small one at 11 o'clock. shouldn't that cause an #arc?
#overlap with optical distortion of the central galaxy by the yellow one at 2 o'clock?
still looks like a #merger 😃 , no changes since 2 days ago.
#weird, nucleus not in centre of #ring? #dark_band 'under' nucleus?
isn't this a #star? no fuzzyness
what is the object at 3 o'clock?
#debris, torn apart by galaxy at 11 o'clock?
just a #starforming region, or a #merger or just an #overlap?
are these at the same redshift value? #fragmented?
nice #ring, but is that really a #bar or just an elliptic nucleus?
#irregular wit #tidal_debris
#weird, might be @arc, is the big halo an artefact?
symmetric images at 3, 5, 9 11 o'clock, probably accidental but just maybe #lensing
try to count the #arms, I see 4 or more
there seems to be a feature at 5 o'clock?
#disturbed warped disc and #ring, #trail at 1 o'clock, #weird
#merger? nuclei leaving their #discs behind them?
this is the faintest spiral I've seen sofar
a bit of #debris at 1 o'clock? tidal?
looks more like an #overlap than a #merger : no debris
#arc at 6 o'clock
what the f... is this then?#weird there even seems to be a jet from the centre going to 2 o'clock; what's the big #ring?
another #merger maybe?
looks like a #merger
too hazy for a foreground star, so, what is this? redshifts please?
again a #dark_band and another at 8 o'clock, #weird
a very #weird #dustlane in a #spherical galaxy?
it looks like there are faint arms at large distance, or is that an optical illusion?
#bar and #ring?
double nucleus? #overlap? #merger? dark #band?
I see tidal debris at 11 o'clock
looks like a giant cloud with star formation in our own galaxy??
#merger or just #overlap? I see a faint spiral #arm at 3 o'clock
extremely faint #arms
blue #arc at 11 o'clock, just an active area?
I see a very faint @ sign surrounding it. #weird.
#waw, cute #overlap
does the presence of the yellow galaxy at 7 o'clock cause the #asymmetry of the two blue arms? It's a busy sky!
I suppose the blue #arc isn't concentric enough to be a real optical gravitational imaging phenomenon.
is the #arc at 11 o'clock for real?
#overlapping or #dustlane?
side on, no bulge, clear #dustlane; artefact crossing image (or maybe galaxy on a stick)
I see a darker ring in the disc.
can #dustlanes be off-center? If not, then what is the dark band?
#merger, #interacting. It even looks like part of the central object is 'obscured'.
side view with #dustlane?
is the small #blue dot connected to the whole circular structure filling the FOV?
tight #spiral near center, loose spiral farther out, #weird
#disturbed single-arm galaxy?
not sure if this is a #bar with loose spiral #arms, or a side view of an elliptical with disturbed tails; extra spot at 10 o'clock
the blue #nodules give the #arms away
#boxy + sharp #dustlane, rare!
what a coincidence that the blue line hits smack at the centre of the galaxy but doesn't continue to right and below! #weird!
could be one galaxy with 2 very active regions, or could be a #blue #merger
has #bar but only one close #arm?
could this be a rare #lensing? or is it just a near #overlap?
#merging with big brother at 7 o'clock, connection at 10 o'clock and tail at 11 o'clock
#merging or #spherical with #dustlane? #weird.
which is in front? #overlap
no central object here, imaging program's #artefact
double #ring, #weird
faint sign of #disturbance like half a #ring around central, #overlap at 10 o'clock?
what's the brown #arm at 6 o'clock?
2 #arms of very different length, #weird
my guess: perfectly vertical : artefact caused by edge of detecting region or such instrumental limitation
#asymmetric star formation : only top side of disk?
both #disturbed + tailing at 12 o'clock, #merger
how to classify this one?
looks more like overlap than like a single starforming region
no idea what's happening at 7 o'clock
one #irregular or two #merging?
extending far out but faint
which one is in front?
a close companion again, too close for comfort
is the yellow round object in the centre a star?
tiny #bar, many #arms, #nodular, #halo
double #ring structure, #weird
#bulge looks off-centre, #weird
#arc at 7 o'clock ?
again, looks like #lensing
faint upward #debris #tail starting at 5 o'clock, #asymmetric
too close for being accidental, 1 o'clock #lensing?
#debris at 10 o'clock ? the colour matches and it doesn't extend behind it, but I don't see any deformation of the boxy cigar.
#waw, looks like a #merger with only little #disturbance
what is the cause of the #distrurbed shape?
#interaction with object at 2 o'clock?
between #spiral and #irregular
2 #arm spiral with serious #debris and #blue #overlap at 10 o'clock?
faint but perfect #ring
no deformation, so just #overlap?
object at 4 o'clock, is it relevant? #lensing?
should I call this outer halo a #ring? It's surely not your average smooth elliptic 'blob'.
disruption at 1 o'clock
top #arm disrupted at 5 o'clock
#bar #ring #overlap
very clear #dust_lane
1 #arm or 2 ? is the #ring part of the arms?
#interacting or #overlap?
a bit #irregular
obvious #merger, a lot going on here
more than 4 #arms, #nodular, #disturbed on left side, #waw
#weird, smooth centre but with 5 faint #whisps extending from it
looks like a single #arm with bifurcations at 11 and 5 o'clock
1 galaxy with dark band or 2 #merging?
I see a very faint whisp connecting the galaxy with the object at 5 o'clock
#nodular, blue #streaks, no bar since arm at 9 o'clock reaches nucleus
#star in foreground?
what is this?
double #ring? or is the outer ring actually 2 arms?
what are the yellow 2 o'clock and the blue 7 o'clock items?
how should we count its #arms? #disturbed, no?
never mind the big star, the galaxy in the centre looks like having a loose twin spiral to me
#waw, 4 #arms, blue #streaks
just an #overlap?
#lensing at 6, 7 8 and 9 o'clock?
#bar, 2 loose #arms, #nodular, #dust_lane
a gaggle of wee galaxies? #ring, no spiral, #interaction at 10 o'clock
2 #merging galaxies with 1 #ring each?
#lensing at 2 and 8 o'clock?
only 2 tight #arms going all the way around
just #overlap? satelites at 5 and 10 o'clock too far away to be lensing?
#overlapping foreground star?
nice #ring, no bar
I see a yellow nucleus, hints of 2 loose #blue #arms and a hazy yellow #halo surrounding it all.
#waw, #bar, >4 arms, #debris
#merger? see debris tail at 10 o'clock
#blue #streaks, 3 #arms? lower one is split near the blue pixel artefact. Yellow item at 7 o'clock could be #overlap
4 tight #arms? the blue #nodules seem to follow a pattern
#merging ? tail at 12 o'clock
#bar + 4 (?) close spiral #arms, hard to count 'm.
#merging? without deformation? or #overlap?
#bar and #ring no arms, item at 4 o'clock
extra item at 1 o'clock
#merger? 2 #arms in S-shape, 2 nuclei or jus one elongated one with #dust half-way?
a tough one, how to classify? #nodular, #overlap, #asymmetric, #disturbed
dusty 2 arm spiral ( =blue #streaks) with #debris, maybe interaction at 2 o'clock?
the blue #streaks give the 3 arms away, #hazy
#waw short #bar and 4 perfect tight arms
nucleus+ small #disc, straight #bar, perfect #ring, and a single #arm going fully around
no spiral structure, but nice #dust_lane, just 1 #nodule
#bar 12 to 6 o'clock, 2 very faint symmetrical arms
#asymmetric, about 8 blue #nodules, no clear spiral structure
1 galaxy with #dust_band or 2 galaxies #merging?
#bar running 10 to 4 o'clock, 2 hazy #arms attached to bar
nucleus separated by #dark_band from #disc, 2 hazy close arms going half way around
just a #star?
abnormaly large ratio of size #nodules vs size galaxy, #irregular mass of galaxies?
yellow elongated nucleus, 2 tight blue arms, 2 #overlaps at 12 o'clock (#starts?) , maybe #arc at 7 o'clock?
the #blue #streaks betray the presence of 2 #arms, #asymmetrical
nucleus + #disc, #blue #streaks in disc
featureless apart from the bue #nodules, #irregular
nucleus + #bar + #disc + 2 faint #arms
probably #overlap (white versus yellow)
nucleus + short #bar + #disc + 2 very faint hazy broad arms, lower one might not even be there
#dark_bands as gaps between #disk and both #arms at 6 and 12 o'clock
faint trace of debris towards object at 7 o'clock, #interaction?
#overlap at 11 o'clock?
elongated nucleus ( #bar ?), elliptic with maybe short #arms at 11 and 5 o'clock, 3 blue and 1 yellow #nodules
hazy #gray ellipse, possibly white nucleus, 4 blue #nodules, 3 satelites at 2,5 and 9 o'clock, #weird
#waw, a giant! , nucleus + small yellow bar, 2 main #nodular arms with #splitting, giant #nodular #ring around it (to bind them all)
side view, #bands? #nodular
#waw, very hazy one-arm #blue spiral, very fine detailed #dustlanes, #nodular, orange-yellow spots must be #overlaps?
nucleus + #bar + 2 ( or 3) arm spiral of which one very long, #overlap at 7 and 10 o'clock
looks like a #merger (or a divorce)
a 4-arm structure, but the arms are not 90 degr apart, but each arm seems to have an external double; #weird
faint whisp at 9 o'clock and even fainter image at 4 o'clock
I see a yellow nucleus and 2 faint arms, #nodular, #asymmetric
all "blue "asymmetric 2 arm open spiral, second arm short and #split, first arm has faint extension 3-5 o'clock, #weird
yellow nucleus, 2 close #blue arms, #hazy, not nodular but smooth
2 arm open spiral, lower arm seems split in two, #weird
#asymmetric twin spiral, one arm open, other close, #hazy
faint tails point to an "interaction, #hazy #merger ?
#dark_bands close to nucleus
not-a- #bar from 1 to 7 o'clock, sorry, the bar is closed!
nucleus + #nodular #disc
yellow nucleus, blue disc around it, some hint of spiral structure
just a hint of a #bar and 2 spiral arms, just guessing.
just a hint of a "bar and 2 spiral arms, just guessing.
hazy elongated, hints of two loose arms, 3 other smaller objects with same hue close by, #interaction? needs #redshifts
#bar + 2 close #arms, blue #nodular
#waw, nucleus+ inner #disc, then #bar, outer disc, then 2 tight #arms each going fully around.; some #overlap?
nucleus + inner disc, then faint ring far out (1 disc radius away). #waw
nucleus + inner and outer #disc, half of inner one is #blue
nucleus + inner #disc + outer #disc, all yellow
a celestial threesome, needs #redshifts, central one: yellow nucleus, dark separation, blue disk and 2 whisps hinting at 2 arm open spiral.
severe #trauma, very blue all over, #nodular, #asymmetric
I see 1 blue arm going twice around, #waw
maybe a #bar and 2 arms, some #blue, guess work.
faint twin open spiral, arms near nucleus merge into a #disc
it's so big (or close) that the picture doesn't show all of it, looks like a mess, very faint but blue
3 arms with very faint extremities, #overlap with #star?
nucleus + #bar, 4 arms, objects at 5 and 8 o'clock
#blue all over, #asymmetric, 1-arm?
yellow nucleaus with all-blue one-armed spiral going 3/4 round? Or a disk with 'fused' "nodules? #dark_band ring around nucleus
is the faint #halo real or just an #optical #artefact?
hint of a #bar, 3 or 4 arms? , #nodular
yellow nucleus, blue #disc, #nodular, #irregular, #interaction with galaxy at 9 o'clock? #overlap at 6 o'clock ?
only 2 #arms, one going around twice, surely a record, #waw
are these 4 arms or is my phantasy running amok?
smooth round with #voorwerpje (??) at 7 o'clock
blue and #nodular, has #dark_bands
#irregular #asymmetric, #nodular, might be seen as #bar + close 1-armed spiral, but that's speculation
looks like a 3-fold spiral, #nodular
the white #overlap at 6 o'clock can be in front, in plane or behind. Needs #redshifts.
#irregular with blue #nodules, weird
dark #bands and 2 #nodules
I see this as a one-armed #nodular spiral
#waw , nucleus + bar + 2 tight arms, both first half-turns merging into what appears to be a #ring
who else sees 2 loose arms at 1 and 7 o'clock?
2 #blue items at the edges, arms seen head-on?
signs of spiral #arms, too faint to count
2 blue #nodules
3 arm spiral, faint fourth arm, #nodular
#bar + #ring + giant loose #arm, second arm is #traumatised (4 o'clock)
#blue streaks make it hard to see the #arms
6 galaxies playing 'pleiades'? huh?
looks like 2 #connected #merging galaxies
all #blue, but already messy and ruffled
is this an outer blue #ring or just a #disk ?
nucleus + #disk + outer #halo ?
extremely loose #arms, debris at 7 o'clock related to smaller neighbour (?), need #red-shifts
#waw, super #nodular, at least 4 tight arms
blue #nodules in arms
#star at 5 o'clock makes it look #asymmetrical, just optical or real?
only the tips of the 2 #arms are visible at 7 and 1 o'clock
nucleus + #bar + #ring + 1 arm going half around
blue #nodules along both #arms, 3rd arm in the making at 3 o'clock?
too faint to be sure
nucleus + #bar (?) + #disc, lots of #artefacts in this one
nucleus + #disk + outer #ring, close to object at 5 o'clock?
#bar is sharp, #arms are hazy
#disk + #bar, pretty #overlap with traumatised #spiral
blue #nodules at outer rim of #disk
#blue #nodule at 11 o'clock #overlap?
I see this as a #bar + #ring
hazy, close spiral, only 1 blue #nodule (or is that #overlap?)
hazy, close spiral, onle 1 blue #nodule (or is that #overlap?)
barely enough detail to call it 'structured'; the #dark_band around the nucleus give it structure
very #sharp, 2 close arms that go 1.5 times around and are thicker close to nucleus giving impression of a #bar?
part of the #arms color #blue all around the nucleus and its darker ring, arms farther out are faint.
this is the 'integral sign' galaxy: 2 faint blueish loose arms extend beyond a #disk around the nucleus
#blue #arms, hazy, maybe #bar 10-4 o'clock?
is the small #disk around the nucleus a tiny #ring? Looks like an airplane propeller
is the thing at 5 o'clock close by?
close to side-on, #spirals just visible but hard to count
nucleus + inner + outer #disk, overlap at 7 o'clock
nucleus + #disk, traces of outer #ring at 5 and 11 o'clock
nucleus + #disk, traces of outer #ring at 5 and 11 o'clok
yellow nucleus and blueish #disc separated by darker interval
#waw, #bar, maybe 4 close arms with blue segments (not neatly nodular)
blue #nodules connected by blue lines in #pentagonal array, no bar nor arms, faint #halo around it all.
blue #nodules decorating the hazy arms, darker and lighter bands around nucleus. #hard to classify. #waw
I see dark 'brackets' at 1 and 7 o'clock, could be dark ring; #overlap
nucleus + halo, then #dark_band, then #ring; looks like a hazy saturn
side view with #dust_lane in the galactic plane
#overlap or #merger?
a #dark_band separates nucleus from #ring around it.
looks like 2 close #arms each going completely around; 7 blue #nodules mainly in just one of the arms; faint #halo surrounding it all.
has it all: bright nucleus, halo around it, then #bar, then #ring and finally 4 short arms. #waw
has it all : bright nucleus, halo around it, then #bar, then #ring and finally 4 short arms. #waw
I see a #dark_band inbetween the nucleus and the rest of the #disk, but I don't see any #arms
I see a nucleus inside a #disk and a #dark_band between nucleus and #ring , maybe a close one-arm system?
nucleus + fuzzy #bar with tips bent in shape of loose twin arms, perfect #ring
hazy #disk with faint #bar, no obvious arms, #overlap at 5 o'clock
round and featureless, has 4 or 5 small elements around it less than a diameter away, #lensing ?
we need the #redshifts of these 3 elements, central one shows #tidal_debris, element below centre: #star or galaxy?
we need the #redshifts of these 3 elements, central one shows #tidal_debris, element below centre : #star or galaxy?
#disc gets #asymmetric farther out?
'space medusa' : faint nucleus, oblong asymmetric disk, #nodular
bright #blue #linear feature ( #bar ?) packaged in whispy arcs that might be arms seen at shallow angle
bright #blue #linear feature (#bar?) packaged in whispy arcs that might be arms seen at shallow angle
rare 1-arm close #spiral, #overlap at 11 o'clock
#waw nice #ring, nucleus is elongated but not yet a #bar
notice the faint image at 11 o'clock
too faint to call it a #spiral, but obvious darker #ring inside
nucleus in #disk with two #blue #nodules suggesting 2 spiral arms.
nucleus + round disk, blue streaks suggest presence of #arms, 3 satelites at 5 o'clock
some debris at 9 o'clock, #nodular
#bar and #ring without #arms
the famous square galaxy seen obliquely? or an elliptic with a bulge at 2 o'clock?
very long tail pointing away from nucleus, related?
#pretty #bar + #ring inside the 2 arms, #overlap at 6 o'clock
2 very loose spirals, nucleus elongated
#bar 10-4 o'clock, dusty #disk with blue #nodules outlining the arms
very oblique view, hard to count the arms. Might even have a #bar running 5 -11 o'clock
big fat nucleus holding 99% of the stuff, the remaining 1% tries hard to give the impression of an ellipsoid (but fails).
3 faint #spiral arms, bright yellow #overlap at 11 o'clock
it has structure, but can't make out the details: nucleus + 2 concentric #disks
#ring inside a #disk, #overlap at 6 o'clock
nucleus + #disk with darker #bands in it
nucleus + #disk with 4 blue #nodules in it
nucleus surrounded by #disk showing faint concentric #ring features.
severe galactic #trauma
2 arm open #spiral and #bar, 70% of it covered with blue #nodules. #waw
nucleus with darker #ring then brighter #disk, overlap (yellow) at 11 o'clock, extra feature at 4 o'clock
elongated nucleus (#bar?), arms made visible by the blue nodules lining up, otherwise dusty #disk
I see a 1 arm spiral pointing towards the yellow blob at 11 o'clock, but no deformation towards the blue irregular galaxy at 6 o'clock.
ring or #arc at 8 o'clock, yellow blob at 5 o'clock, central #disk is bent out of shape?
what's the feature at 1 o'clock? an arm pointed towards the viewer?
nice #bar and #ring, hint of a faint close 2 arm feature further out, could be optic ghost
#disk with 3 levels of brightness, blueish little ellipse at 11 o'cklock
bright nucleus in dusty #disk, festooned with 8 small blue nodules
bright nucleus surrounded by a darker #ring, then 5 blue blobs merging into a ring, finally a darker outer #disk
neat #bar, 2 arms are just bends in the bar's extremities, dusty #disk
objects at 7 and 1 o'clock related? some debris at 11 o'ckock
elliptic with 2 secondary images at 2 and 7 o'clock and a blue round #overlap at 4 o'clock
hazy 1-armed spiral?
3 disks with common centre + #overlap
could have a #bar (3 - 9 o'clock)
nucleus surrounded by darker ring, extending into 2 open arms that result in a #ring -like effect; central assembly looks like a #bar
is the blue colour an #artifact?
2 arm close spiral with inner #ring
the #blue regions hide the overall structure, could just as well be #barred as just a noisy #disk
looks maybe like a 2 arm medium spiral, #overlap at 1 o'clock, it's a busy sky!
#merge or #dust-lane, #arcs or #lensing
#ring with #off-centre elongated nucleus
a collection of debris around a hazy elliptical puff
sharp image of an irregular (disrupted?) spiral galaxy
sharp image of a diffuse #nodular galaxy with blue streamers instead of spiral arms
#disk with a minimum in radial intensity profile, #dust-lane?
this 2 arm loose spiral uses an entire disk as #bar
blue blobs in #disk make centre hard to localise
not sure : 2-arm spiral? very faint
is this a 2-arm spiral?
yellow disk with clear nucleus and elongated blue features, no arms
#irregular, maybe disintegrated spiral?
#bar, 2 close arms, not sharp but hazy
3 extra images between 1 and 2 o'clock
#nodular 4-armed spiral, only 2 arms touch the centre. #waw
4 armed spiral? could also be disk with blue elongated blobs
are these #fragmented arms?
yellow blob at 10 o'clock, is it close by?
image or #arc at 12 o'clock
8 or so blue blobs in featureles oval disk
ordinary #star in foreground?
has 4 images symmetricaly around it at about 2 or 3 dia : related?
#overlap with star or with galaxy?
#bar and #ring or closed spiral? #off-center, blue blobs at 11 o'clock
#bar + 2 loose arms within a #disk
this looks like a spiral arm rotating left and another going right like a figure 8.
looks like a spiral arm rotating left and another going right like a figure 8
#bar + inner #ring + outer #ring
is there a real #ring around it or is that an #artefact?
not sure if this one is #spiral, but it's nicely detailed
#bar plus #ring, or tight #spiral
hazy ensemble, not sure what should be classified, it's galaxies all the way down
elongated nucleus (#bar?) and hazy ring
looks like debris caused by big brother up left
is that part of a ring between 5 and 9 o'clock?
elongated centre could be #bar, 2 loose arms, #overlap with some yellow objects
appears to consist of two spiral systems, one seen from nearly above (90 deg), the other more from halfway to the side (45 or 60 deg)
a set of 3 smooth round objects, 2 of 'm overlapping, a 3rd just 1 dia away
lot of arms but most are not fully developed
#merge or #overlap?
two spheres merging or else a heavy #dust-lane seen side-on
yellow centre, 2 blue arcs tight around it, #ring with 8 blue blobs
double #ring ?
faint whispy thing with 8 blue blobs in it, and an overlap with a starry object at 4 o'clock
the elliptic blob at 12 o'clock is very close, nearly #overlap
a complex affair, has protrusion next to blue blob; #interaction ?
small central disc with bright nucleaus, misshapen arms around it, overlap or merger at 2 o'clock and small blue blob at 12 o'clock.
yellow disc with 4 or 5 blue blobs in perimeter, has oval center and some debris at 11 o'clock
looks like the bottom half of disc were missing; luminous blue horseshoe.
is the faint ring around it (at 2 dias) an optical illusion? The disc has some structure in it.
is this an arm without a parent galaxy attached? too faint.
a limit case, hard to classify
too hazy, but contains too much structure to just say 'smooth'
#disc with some structure, but not spiral. Also contains square optical artifact (or Borg cube 😉
objects at 3, 6 and 9 o'clock, about 2 dia away, maybe #arc s?
could be #bar+#spiral or bar+ #ring, maybe even 2 rings?
it shows detail, but too irregular to classify
looks like a #bar, but no arms, just a disc
disc with very faint arms, 4 blue blobs at edge of disc
small item at 12 o'clock,#overlap?
5 or 6 blue blobs surounding a hazy elliptic featureless disc
faint spiral in dusty #disc
is the lower one a foreground star?
I don't see a spiral, only hazy disk full of blue nodules, #weird
#nodularity in top arm only
are these 2 arms along the line of sight? #weird
extremely faint arms
2 faint arms; is this a #bar or an inner #disc?
is this a #bulge? it has intensity, but no shape
white spot at top must be a star, but the two at left and right look too symmetrical
looks like a #star
very faint bar + 2 arms?
#edgeon sharp #dustlane
2 blobs too close for comfort : superposition?
#nodular arms, bottom arm is desintegrating into separate 'hooks'
neat bar + 2 loose arms, but with all-over haze
no bar nor spiral, but very faint ring far far outward. Optical #artifact?
spiral arms poorly developed?
2 armed spiral + ring? top arm bends back at top; #ring deformed at bottom
part of a giant ring structure around the galaxy upper left
5 or 6 spots closeby, related or not?
blob at 7 o'clock : lensing, merger or unrelated?
top end of bar bends right, bottom end to left, like 2 short loose arms; looks more like dusty disk than 'ring', overlap at 9 and 3 o'clock
too close to edge-on to see arms
3 spiral arms barely visible, very hazey
arc between 2 and 3 o'clock?
different object at 7 o'clock? arc at 3 o'clock?
overlap, merge or 2 arcs?
extremely faint: I see a 'hint' of a horizontal bar and two open arms : one from top to left and one from bottom to right.
faint twin at 10 o'clock
faint twin at 7 o'clock
lensing or a twin?
long tail in a loop
extremely faint spiral
has one spiral arm gone haywire
multiple images or multiple nuclei?
possibly a merger with blob at 9 o'clock
arms seem to consist of a series of small blobs
arcs at 4 and 8 o'clock
bright center and 5 blobs around it
faint rings and circular arms quite far out
arms barely visible
faint arm (or arc) above and below
might be either a merger or an unrelated star in front
ring within the (faint) arms
looks like an inner ring
needs expert review
hard to classify
hard to count the arms on this Shiva 😃
composite but too faint
8 small blobssuperimposed
spiral arms look far removed from central part
perfect ring inside the spiral arms
7 parts, very faint
7 parts, very faint
halo, ring or twin arms?
ring, halo or twin arms?
blobs at 1, 5 and 9 o'clock
6 parts : conglomerate
6 parts : conglomerate
looks like only part of the spiral arm from galaxy below right
more than 7 parts, a hard one!
halo or twin spiral arms?
consists of >9 spherical parts.
ring or twin arms?
circular arms or ring shaped halo
2 blue blobs at 6 o'clock = debris?
arc at 12 o'clock?
dark band = dust lane?
one object or two?
smooth with very faint arcs?
does the halo consist of 2 diffuse arms?
faint arc at 12 o'clock
composed of 7 or more parts
feature at 6 o'clock = merging or twin image?
merging or double image?
feature at 11 o'clock could be arm or arc or debris
extra blob at 4 o'clock
needs expert review : debris? multiple image? background items?
very faint whisp at 12 o'clock
third arm at 1 o'clock?
extra part at 4 o'clock : twin image or minor structure?
comma at 7 o'clock
feature at 1 and 7 o'clock could be spiral arms
maybe spiral : comma at 12 o'clock
separate feature at 5 o'clock
hard to delimit : all one feature or several objects?
maybe composite, or very faint spiral structure (3-fold?)
symmetric 'debris' or twin spirals?
yellow half at 6 o'clock
nice features, needs an expert to classify
discoloration at 5 o'clock
either ring or circular arms
feature at 7 o'clock
vary faint structure, not realy smooth but close
yellow discoloration at 6 o'clock
at least 5 separate 'foci' or blobs
a bit irregular or composite
spiral arms close to perfectly circular, maybe ring?
at least 3 extra blobs of same hue
just a hint of spiral structure, it's mostly fuzzy
very hard to classify this one!
brightness and color is uneven : less yellow at 3 o'clock
feature at 5 o'clock
faint impression of spirals, but very fuzzy
a collection of 6 or more parts
what a mess! I count 7 extra blobs
the part at 11 o'clock looks like 'tidal debris'
2 faint satelites at 3 and 7 o'clock
is yellow blob at 2 o'clock part of it?
bulge at 5 o'clock
bulge at 7 o'clock
yellow coloration at 10 o'cklock
either merger or double image
ejected plume at 4 o'clock, smaller twin at 9 o'clock
arc or interrupted spiral arm?
loose and lumpy structure, are all parts connected?
secondary images at 11 and 5 o'clock
5 separate lumps forming 2 arcs
composed of 6 lumps in linear array
ring looks lumpy, could be spirals as well
spirals are very faint
2 fainter copies at 7 o'clock
upper part yellow, lower part blue
composite structure at 6 o'clock
looks like a conglomerate of >5 parts
seems to have a fainter twin at 6 o'clock
left part blue, right part yellow?
maybe faint bar 11 to 5 o'clock, lumpy, arc or spiral at 7 to 9 o'clock?
looks like having a ring of smaller dia than the spiral arms, lumps at 10 and 4 o'clock
left object is structured, right object looks featureless, split image?
faint bar running 11 to 5 o'clock
yellow image at 5 o'clock, maybe related to it.
arc at 6 o'clock and lesser one at 12 o'clock
yellow and blue lumpy flock
spiral arms very faint.
spiral arms abnormaly hazy
rings seems to be double and not coplanar?
blue feature at 3 o'clock
lumpy core, interrupted top arc, feature at 1 o'clock
has a yellow and a blueish part
top arm has lumps
bottom arm seems half missing
faint arc top and bottom