Galaxy Zoo Starburst Talk
this is a starforming region in a nearby galaxy.
could this be a #lens ?
#merger, #barred spiral
foreground star right on top of galaxy?
called it a #barred spiral. Pretty irregular though.
Interesting low surface brightness galaxy to SE, but I don't see any connection.
SDSS says same redshift though.
I'm calling this #overlap (not with a lot of confidence though).
#dust forms spiral and maybe inner #ring in otherwise featureless disk.
DR9 classifies this as QSO.
#dusty off-center bulge
nearly complete #merger (?)
whatever features are present are lost in glare from star.
called it #barred, but bar isn't straight. More like almost linear set of clumps.
object we're classifying looks disturbed, but I'm not sure object immediately to N isn't a star.
SDSS DR9 sez star.
low surface brightness irregular
#dust lane bisects galaxy (?)
prominent #dust lane.
Didn't classify it this way, but could be a very loosely organized #barred #spiral that's undergoing a merger.
I think I see material connecting central object with one to left.
half ring to the south separated from main body of galaxy
2 bright clumps off-center. Almost complete merger?
arms look like 3 radial spokes -- not classical spiral structure at all.
highly inclined #barred spiral (?)
disk appears warped to south
I thought overlap based on lack of obvious disturbance.
curving jet-like feature to north of nucleus
Which are we classifying? Object in middle looks like edge on disk. Redshifts suggest they're really colliding.
nucleus is either double or bisected by #dust. Multiple bright arcs.
center of middle galaxy is distinctly redder than surrounding disk. Three objects at & above center appear to have material connecting them
called this #barred, but looks like an inner #ring with concentrations at ends. Spectrum says clump in outer ring is background object.
"clump" might be foreground star
hint of a polar #ring
A nearly complete merger? Looks like double nucleus.
could be a #bar obscured by foreground star
#magellanic #barred spiral. West arm disturbed?
odd color shift - dust?
I think bright blue object is either a star or accidental overlap.
3 armed #barred spiral. Could be disturbed at top, but not obviously interacting with galaxy to north.
This should be zoomed out a bit. Disk seems thicker in outer parts. Zoomed out in DR9 navigate looks like there's a very long bar in center
there's dust in the center. May be a long curving tail attached to the fainter disk at lower left (why I called it merging).
one armed #spiral or outer #ring
I meant barred spiral; not 'red'.
#magellanic #bar red spiral (?)
You really need to zoom out on this one. I think it's a normal barred spiral with star formation in ansae at end of bars.
Outer #ring more than spiral. Obvious star forming regions.
inner #ring. Not obviously interacting but I'd sure like to see the entire galaxy to the left.
from center to right -- galaxy, star, galaxy, faint galaxy (?). I see hints of tidal disruption of central object.
#polar ring (?)
prominent #dust lane bisects bulge
early type galaxy + bluer disk or irregular galaxy merging?