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  • Lordvale123 by Lordvale123

    Hi out there. How do I zoom in on an image

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    When you have selected the Quick Dashboard, just roll your mouse wheel - you can zoom in and out!

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    Although, once you have classified an image I do not think it is possible to access the quick dashboard :-\

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  • JohnHGroom by JohnHGroom

    That looks like one.

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    Yes, it is a simulated lens #trainingimage

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  • drphilmarshall by drphilmarshall scientist, admin

    That's a nice #sim! We're working on a full-on Dashboard to enable images to be zoomed in on from Talk. Watch this space...

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  • suelaine by suelaine

    All I get are instructions. how do I get away from the instructions and into the actual classifying?

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  • suelaine by suelaine

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  • msdorel_ by msdorel_

    Nice lense

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  • ColinHales by ColinHales

    how do I delete a mark?

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  • psaha by psaha scientist

    For #delete options, just click on the mark itself.

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  • cloudsff7 by cloudsff7

    was just wondering why if this image is a training image is it coming under "my candidates" section? other sims are in a sim section

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  • bbmlh by bbmlh

    #sim

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  • tashipoo by tashipoo

    cant erase

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  • Angela_Johnson by Angela_Johnson

    Here is a lens!

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  • rpb by rpb

    Re: deleting, I couldn't get mine to delete either. Clicking the x removed target but added another. Had to add 2 or more then do Remove All

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  • KhalilaRedBird by KhalilaRedBird

    #sim

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  • hearlmainor by hearlmainor

    I'm new at this, I think I see two lenses in this frame. Please confirm or no. So I can continue.

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    I see 1 lens - lower center right #sim . The other one is chance alignment of star / galaxy. Hope this helps 😃

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  • surhudm by surhudm scientist

    Try to keep an eye for bluish arc like features around yellow galaxies. That is a tell tale sign of lensing.

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  • surhudm by surhudm scientist

    Also studying the spotters guide will help in understanding the most common configurations the multiple blue images/arcs can have.

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  • Gunnar_Gronvall by Gunnar_Gronvall

    I marked this as a grav lens at an elliptical galaxy

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  • falconusa1 by falconusa1

    #sim blue arc

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  • Abutalebpur by Abutalebpur

    #3

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  • mfactor by mfactor

    wow, if it's not a #simulation for sure it is a viewable #arc it looks like a massive #gallaxy works as #lens

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  • Panaramix by Panaramix

    Lens for sure ....

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  • nicro46 by nicro46

    lens arc, n' est it?

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  • drphilmarshall by drphilmarshall scientist, admin

    lens arc simulatee, je croix! Vive la #sim

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  • bernmeister by bernmeister

    Did not show as a simulation during the run but is marked as a training image after collecting!

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  • DanielM_113 by DanielM_113

    This one is huge I was pretty surprised to find it! Thought it was a simulation but its not. Fantastic.

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  • ElisabethB by ElisabethB moderator

    It's weird that it did not show up as a sim, because this is a training image !

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  • graham_d by graham_d

    #lens arc

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  • joerobbb by joerobbb

    I can't get past the first image help

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    try refreshing your screen

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  • Anaclaudia by Anaclaudia

    #simulation

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  • Foyanguru by Foyanguru

    I'm not sure on this one because the ARC, present, appears in front of the potential lens. Confused me. #bad simulation

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    Sometimes they are a bit obvious :😃 Sorry, the computer does try its best 😃

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  • john21baxter_ by john21baxter_

    zooniverse-1 tool spacewarp viewer top left corner lensed and lensing both red from 3 o'clock to 6 o' clock

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  • gavinrider by gavinrider

    I thought this was too obvious to be real!

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  • lizpancake43 by lizpancake43

    what is this
    #space

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  • ianjgordon by ianjgordon

    Woah! Definitely something in there.

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  • Budgieye by Budgieye moderator

    #sim, but a lovely dark blue in Tools / dashboard / u colour , much darker than the lensing galaxy. Indicates lots of powerful UV light.

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  • delete_efa5d0c5 by delete_efa5d0c5

    Gallery
    Lensed Galaxies

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  • Lincolnshire by Lincolnshire

    How do all the planets stay in the air?

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  • bellyrot by bellyrot

    I this one ?

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    An old CFHTLS image - they have now all been retired 😃

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  • jakeostar by jakeostar

    NEW GALAXY!!!!!!!!

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  • david.dugmore by david.dugmore

    There is a nice arc in this image

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  • daveinheaven by daveinheaven

    there another one at the bottom middle on the right hand side

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  • endada by endada

    hi

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  • Johnliv by Johnliv

    Blue shaped arc I think maybe.

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  • Chris_Leggett by Chris_Leggett

    I think this is a lens, but I'm no expert... 😃

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  • UnionJCatForever by UnionJCatForever

    This picture is absolutely BEAUTIFUL

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  • Hippo33 by Hippo33

    thats a real good un

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  • KarlGarnham by KarlGarnham

    Thats amazing well done

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  • 11Sparky11 by 11Sparky11

    Very nice lens, though this looks like an old image. I think?

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  • Capella05 by Capella05 moderator

    As per my comment posted 2 days ago - yes it is.

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  • 11Sparky11 by 11Sparky11

    Ah, sorry, didn't see.

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  • Bryancnaag by Bryancnaag

    There seems to be a heavy gravitation effect on this group.

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  • DavidMG3D by DavidMG3D

    How can you determine gravitational effects? Is it the circular symmetry of the group? Or is that lensing a wide area?

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