Space Warps Talk
It is just an optical artifact, a diffraction spike from 2 stars just off the image.
#overlap of active galaxy by a spiral.
on C_cld list only. I suppose it is not hopeful
Yes, a known lens candidate
yes, good spot, it is on the scientist's hopeful collection.
decided it was starformation
alternate image http://talk.spacewarps.org/?&_ga=1.201927891.356349537.1441507422#/subjects/ASW00021kk
I didn't mark it, I thought it was too weak. Far from host, light blue, no curve.
another image of #SA26 also http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0003b1bKnown lens candidate - it is on the SW collection
green artifact, part of row of bad pixels
very faint blue in yellow elliptical at 3
not in SW collection
blue shapes (I won't dignify it as arcs) near cluster of orange galaxies,
bright star or quasar, but only one point visible
not hopeful, but I marked it.
not on SW collection , well it is not a good one.
2 blue stars near edgeon at 1.
faint blue arc around orange galaxy near center. Poor shape.
2 purple areas outside the nucleus near center
I think that should to on a list.
SA3 known candidiate and in SpaceWarps Collection
nice to get a good one occasionally. Known
Good, it is in collections by scientists Aprajita and drphilmarshall
So small it is hard to decide
Oops, missed this sim, I was distracted by the pink streak.
pink blobs at 6
Small green arc on edge at 10:30, halfway to edge. It is not on SpaceWarps collection, though it is on C_cld
blue at one, but lots of blue blobs around.
red near nucleus, but lots of red stars nearby too.
funny blue marks around star at 2. I don't think that it is a a galaxy.
possible red points around yellow nucleus at 10.
red arc above orange galaxy at 4
arc at 10, dubious, but slightly purple colour to it.
For this, I checked talk before classifying. I was able to remove the mark, and put it back.
yes, faint blue arc
artifact, I suppose
No, you still can't check talk before classifying the image. I tried. Your classification gets locked in.
buried red, known lens candidate
reddish arc, but nearby star also has red arc. Too late, I have marked it.
yeah, known candidate
It is the non-lens in the spotter's guide! 😃
I like the fuzzy arc at 9, also the satellite streak
a few blue things around orange galaxy at 10;30
blue Saturn galaxy, #ringed
doesn't form an arc
Great spot, but it is a training image . 😃
C_cld, how do you do it ! 😃
Yes, it is on the "maybe" list. See the Collections by scientists over on the right.
see links in OIII objects http://talk.galaxyzoo.org/#/boards/BGZ0000001/discussions/DGZ0000wrb?page=3&comment_id=53d8b93a0d43f77bb6000f98
green is real, it is a OIII galaxy, or "green pea" Lots of hot oxygen from supernova explosions. C_Cld has identified it.
probably starforming, but I marked it anyway 11:30
this one again, I don't think a lens , but I marked it anyway.
hmmmm... a bit light blue , at 10
interesting shape, any other opinions? arc not centered on galaxy
pink object is a star, so just a coincidence
maybe the blue is too white, maybe star formation?
try marking the arcs, not the galaxy?
2 quasar points? but galaxy is low mass
I think orange object is a star?
known lens candidate, which one though?
Distant galaxies look fuzzy, orange and not perfectly round.
The red and yellow objects are foreground stars in our own galaxy.
But it is annoying to be told that you have missed a bright thing like that when you haven't. It still happens to me, too.
Mark the arc,not the galaxy? I put a cross down, then move it to the arc?
I didn't really think 11:30 was correct, but marked it anyway. I think it is too light coloured, really
known lens candidate
agonized for a minute over this, pressed no, but it is #SA31
hmm quasar point looked more convincing on the classification page.
SW17 DD double edgeon SWlc
#SW9 D,D #double #edgeon, Pr 0.9 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW8 A,R #arc around #redstarforming galaxy pr 1.0 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) pr.1.0
#SW7 A,G/C #arc around galaxy #group #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW6 A,D #arc, #edgeon disk Pr.0.9 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate) #greenarc
#SW5 Q,G/R #quad around #redstarforming galaxy #group #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW4 A.G #arc around galaxy #group #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW3 A,G #arc around galaxy #group #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW2 A,R #arc or #ring around #redstarforming galaxy #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW1 A,G #arc around #group Pr 1.0 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW57 3rd of 3 versions A.E/G #arc around #elliptical #group #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) on bottom edge.
#SW52 D,E #double around #elliptical pr 0.8 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW50 D,E #double around #elliptical #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW49 #SWlc A/D,E/G #arc or #double around an #elliptical or #group (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
Ok, will use # before ID
#SW36 A.E #arc around #elliptical #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW34 A,R #arc around #redstarforming #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW29 A,G #arc around galaxy #group #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW20 A, R/G #arc around #redstarforming #group #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW17 D.D #double #edgeon #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW16 A,R #arc around #redstarforming galaxy #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW30 A, R/G #arc around #redstarforming galaxy #group #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW31 A.E #arc around #elliptical #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW29 alternate view #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW25 alternate view http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0005ma2 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) #edgeon
#SW25 D.D #double on #edgeon disk #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) #edgeon
also see alternate version http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW00047ae
#SW12 (alternate version) #quad around #elliptical #SWlc also http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0009ans
#SW7 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) A,G/C arc around galaxy cluster probability 0.8
SW5 ? #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) supposed to quad points?
#SW4 A.G #arc around galaxy #group #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW57 2nd of 3 versions A,E/G #arc around an #elliptical #group, pr 1.0 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW57 two versions A,E/G #arc around an #elliptical #group, pr 1.0 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
SW26 A, R #arc around a #redstarforming galaxy, pr 0.8 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW18 A,R arc around a red starforming galaxy pr 0.8 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW58 A, G/R #arc around #group of #redstarforming galaxies, pr 0.6 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW56 D/A,R double or arc around red starforming galaxy pr 0.6 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW55 D,D #double around #edgeon disk, pr 0.6 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW54 R,R #ring around #redstarforming galaxy, pr 1.0 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW53 A/R,S aarc around aredstarforming or #faceon pr 0.8 spiral #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW51 Q,R/E #quad around #redstarforming galaxy or #elliptical #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW48 A, R/E #arc around #redstarforming galaxy or #elliptical pr0.5 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW47 A, R/E #ring around #redstarforming or #elliptical pr 1.0 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW46 D/A, E #double or #arc around #elliptical pr 0.3 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW45 A,R/E #arc around #redstarforming galaxy or #elliptical pr 0.4 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW44 R,R #ring around #redstarforming galaxy pr 1.0 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW43 D,S #double around #faceon piral, #redarc pr 0.4#SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW42 A,R #arc around #redstarforming galaxy pr 0.7 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW41 A/R,R #arc or #ring around #redstarforming galaxy pr 1.0 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW40 A,D #arc around #edgeon disk pr 0.8 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW39 A,S #arc on #faceonspiral pr 0.9 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) #buriedring
#SW38 alternate of 2 versions rA,G #ring or #arc around galaxy #group, pr 0.5 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate) #redarc
#SW38 two versions rA,G #ring or #arc around galaxy #group, pr 0.5 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate) #redarc
#SW37, 2nd of 3 or more versions,, A R/G #arc on #redstarforming galaxy #group pr 0.6 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW37, 3rd of three or more versions, A R/G #arc on #redstarforming galaxy #group pr 0.6 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW37, three versions, maybe a fourth, A R/G #arc on #redstarforming galaxy #group pr 0.6 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW35 D,E #double on #elliptical pr 0.6 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate) no mention in Talk, this was found by the classifers
#SW33 A,D #arc on #edgeon disk. pr 0.3 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW32 A,R #arc on #redstarforming galaxy, pr 0.5 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW28 A,R #arc on #redstarforming galaxy pr 0.9 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
SW27 A,R arc on red starforming pr 0.9 see also http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0007wfj #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW27 A,R #arc on #redstarforming pr 0.9 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate) http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0007xrs
alternate #SW24 A,R #arc on #redstarforming galaxy pr 0.8 SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW24 A,R arc on red star-forming galaxy r 0.8, also http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0000717 #SWlc ( SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW23 A,R# arc on #redstarforming pr 0.8 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW22 A,E #arc on #elliptical pr 0.5 #SW #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW21 A, E/G #arc on #elliptical #group pr 0.5 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW19 D,E/S #double, on #elliptical or #spiral pr 0.8 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW15 A,E #arc on #elliptical pr 0.6 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW14 A,E arc on elliptical #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW13 A,R #arc or #ring in #redstarforming galaxy, Pro 0.3 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW11 A,E #arc around #elliptical pr 0.7 #SWlc (SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW10 A,R #arc around #redstarforming galaxy Pr 1.0 #SWlc SpaceWarps lens candidate)
#SW6 A,D #arc, #edgeon disk Pr.0.9 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate) #greenarc
#SW12 (two versions) Q,E #quad around #elliptical pr 1.0 #SWlc (for SpaceWarps lens candidate)
hi antonio, have a look around! 😃
estrella ordinaria, pero en las inmediaciones, ordinary star, but nearby
image looks different in tools, overlap, and nuclear ring http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52d052dd35cb5d69bf00014d
Yes, an extremely sharp line in the blue band i
My night search starts here then.I am looking at last nights posts.
It might be too bright to be thermal noise. Well-positioned too. #double quasar? 2 green points at galaxy at 10. a bit dim for a quasar.
#sim training image, not real, used as a measurement
poorly stacked images. In tools, click between i(blue) and Ks (red), image is not in same place.
I wonder if the arm is a AGN irradiated cloud, where the galactic jet hits a wayward arm #voorwerpje
strange. arm: not sure. circle looks like thermal noise, as you say, but it circular.
thermal noise makes the red arc, red and green.colours are too pure , I think
Green blurry, maybe it was windier the night the "green filter" was used.
painted up, original here http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0009dvs
it has been painted up as a #sim http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW000a9w2
Three stars, red, green (white stars are actually green) and blue, a cute group.
digital screens (computer and TV) are still made of RGB dots!
Thank you for the clicking hint, C_cld 😃
They don't show interaction, so overlap, I think
To me, a shell galaxy, two galaxies rapidly circling each other, throwing off concentric bands.
Interesting. Is it "lightly lensed" or overlap? @drphilmarshall should have a look
It is annoying when it the click doesn't seem to register!
star, and blue spike from star and the galaxy of interest is the little one in the middle. see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
Something for Pretty or Interesting thread
nearby star! see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
Lots of fuzz! But it is a training image, so I don't worry about them.
Nope! No matter how hard I look, I don't see a lens. Or a galaxy. 😃 Try refreshing your screen.
Thermal noise is pure green and pure red. Real objects are more natural colour.
mask, see bad data in http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
Maybe a #dimsim, not very bright. Scientist have the measure the threshold of visibility.
There is lots of information in the posts below. Cheers. 😃
Galaxies have a mixture of colours in them.
It is probably thermal noise, it is a very pure green.http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ceeff53d34273c5400002d
It is a #sim, a simulation. A green lens has been painted around the galaxy, for you to practice your observation skills.
I haven't seen an empty one before 😃
probably a double star. I would like it to be a lensed quasar, and I can imagine a red galaxy between the two. Quasars are brighter.
possibly areas were messy cosmic ray hits have been removed.
Lovely, I'll re-post in Pretty or Interesting
overexposed, star is too bright
pink colour, looks like a quasar, an energetic nucleus with feeding black hole.
I think the blue is part of the nucleus.http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ce990bf07fca79de000ced
Confusingly, there is often blue around the nucleus http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ce9844f07fca031e00045d
The is a purple shape between the blue galaxy and the galaxy at 6.
Maybe two images poorly joined together. These stripes are usually black though.
airplane went by. You can see heat trails from 4 engines.
I'll re-post in Pretty and Interesting
I'll put it in Pretty and Interesting
chance alignment. If you look at a million stars, eventually you find patterns.
maybe an edge-on galaxy?
The star is overexposed in the middle
quasars are really, really bright, they look like small very bright stars. I think this is thermal noise.
mask for bright star see Spotter's Guide http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ce84e6f07fca6613000043
Training image, #sim simulation
hmm orange ring, sadly I think bright nucleus this time http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ce84e6f07fca6613000043
missing data in the image see Spotter's guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
Half way across the universe!
too bright, overloaded ccd sensors
Glad you like it here!
Poorly stacked images, see the Spotter's Guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
Are you using internet explorer as your search engine?
Hmm. I would stay stars, and it is an irregular galaxy. Continue in Science discussion...
not sure, it seems too smooth to be a star. An orange Quasar? Continue this in Science discussion to the right.
Prize for the best #Tardis !! I'll put it in Pretty and Interesting
Definitely worth a further look
I see blue arcs around the galaxy towards 11:30
A big cluster of massive galaxies is a good place to find arcs. That red arc #redarc might be real, not thermal noise, also blue at 9
blue star see false positives in Spotters guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
#sim training image for galaxy in center. Void is probably where a cosmic ray hit was removed, usually a tell-tale trace is left behind.
Nice dust lanes. I have re-posted it in Pretty and Interesting Galaxies
A pattern of green and red dots is just thermal noise, and the brain makes patterns of it. Is that what you see?
congratulations! on doing 12,000 !
We are now getting images from the VICS82 survey, 40,000 images for BBC Stargazing Live.
refresh your screen, that often helps
Welcome, and enjoy yourself. Do you have any questions on the comments down below?
two galaxies viewed edge-on
Chrome is free to download.
a sim lensed quad, a quasar with its light sent in 4 directions, and each beam looks like a quasar.
try refreshing your screen
Here I am ! offset images see artifacts in Spotters guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
I'll be boring, 😃 it is an offset image see artifacts in Spotters guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
I don't think so. There is a limit to how small things can be. If they are too far away, the light redshifts too far into the infrared.
It may be a white dwarf, they are very blue.
yes, it is an offset image see artifacts in Spotters guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
a blue star
You are looking for lenses. Training images help you find the real ones. and also lets scientist know what is too dim to see.
I clicked everything on dashboard, and I don't think so, but I would have clicked to just to be sure.
welcome 😃 and enjoy! Yes, it is a simulated lens.
i and Ks band show galaxy in different positions, so it is an offset
masking of bright image see Stars, False Positives in the Spotters guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
But is the sim the middle one, and there might be a real lens on the galaxy to the right?
Pat on the back for you!
I'll sent it to drphil right away
Wow, that that a #redarc ? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cdc06dc65def17a000011a
lenses around edge-on galaxies are valuable, I want this to be a lens, but I think it is background.
star see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide and false positives
offset images see Spotters guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide under artifacts
Interesting blue patch. Shape not good, and far from galaxy, but should be looked at.
artifact, I can find lots of funny images in the dark spots. Sometimes they are from removal of cosmic ray hits.
This one will definitely make the candidate list.
blue line looks like a satellite, a very small satellite
Happens to me to. It may not be your fault. Plaster it with marks next time.
clown! Thank you, I'll post it in Pareidolia
very bright and round, it may be a quasar . Thank you for posting
blue star and satellite trail.
a mask, see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide artifacts, bad data
My marks often don't register. Smother it with marks. But if may not be your fault, so don't let it bother you.
I was just getting excited! but! training image 😦
Look in thespotters guide http://spacewarps.org/#/guide under real lenses and then lensed quasars
Well somewhat, this a blue star see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide our star is yellow
so in about 3-5 years.
The best lenses will be studied by Hubble Space Telescope and have their spectra taken.
In several weeks, the scientist will put the best lenses into a list.
It is a star. The light gets scattered into crosses by the wires inside the telescope see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
try to refresh your screen, that helps
masks see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
mask see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
But I don't see any arcs here http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cdae40b5a1192881000209
It is the center of a "nearby galaxy". Sometimes arcs are near the nucleus. Go into Tools, and wiggle the buttons on dashboard.
It has Training image written under the picture. Sorry.
Because real lenses are so rare.
Not sure my little voorpwerpje, it may be a bit of warm wind in the atmosphere.
I can't see an arc when I use Tools http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cdab21713c7910e90002a0
Smother it with marks! These things happen to me too. It may not be your fault.
a very confusing image to start with! 😃
I agree with you, most arcs hug the lensing galaxy. But I don't think it is a sim.
satellite see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
I thought I would look at the galaxy while it was in front of me, and save other people the trouble. No problem. 😃
all have blue spots - poorly stacked images see image offsets in http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
mask - see bad data in http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
satellite trail that the computer tried to erase -- unsucessfully!
Look for something bigger, we are not looking a tiny details. 😃
center galaxy is not a lens http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cda437e7821e04e9000133
just a poor image, Ihttp://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cda3b879e68e04fd000129
But we're suppose to look at the galaxy in the middle.😃
green exposure taken on a different night? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cda2878d00c60a9400005e
yep! you're getting the hang of this.
a very nice galaxy
small yellow star, they often look greenish
the red and blue images are poorly stacked, and the green image is missing.
galaxy with a mask over the bright spot see http://spacewarps.org/#/guide
The sim is the galaxy in the middle of the image.
maybe a airplane went by in the last 10 minutes?
not sure, star? looks funny though
no, it is training image, #sim 😦
some red on top and bottom of center galaxy http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cd78c99ba62110ca0006b4
blue fuzz on lower right side http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cd77e19ba62114f600029a
nice blue next to galaxy
posted by tomptv
by using sims, scientists can measure what we are capable of seeing, and what we miss because it is too dim.
the computer selects some galaxies, paints a lens around them, and you have to click on that area, then it says jolly good, or whatever
40,000 images... so a few more to go.
Jan 7 2014 by Dr Phil Marshall http://blog.spacewarps.org/2014/01/07/new-year-new-data-hunting-for-lenses-in-the-infrared-with-vics82/
#sim 😦 but interesting green arc
more resolution http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cd599a3fcf1f1261000e78
no, I think just a spiral galaxy, use Tools Dashboard to get more resolution.
#sim training image 😦
, though I can't see a counter-arc. http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cd56df3fcf1f13600004ad .
nice blue looks interesting should be looked at
yep! #sim again
spiral arms, I think http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cd56783fcf1f0da1000a00
wonderful, so can we imagine a galaxy between them?ols.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cd555b3fcf1f12da00004b
and look like they might be interacting, so maybe several million light years,
there would be no data for years, but they are the exact same colour, ,,
images not properly aligned when they are stacked #misregistration
galaxy above also has a green point in the same direction #misregistration ?
yes, masking of a bright object
green "star", might have blue arc on one side
Who is holding the light sabre? 😃
or star formation created during a collision of these galaxies
maybe overlap of three orange galaxies by a close blue galaxy
sane image as http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0009huk
hmm... same image but different number http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW000a2sv
Probably a star, anyway.
satellite going by, bright areas masked by a computer, which only does what it is programmed to do. 😃
Strange blue object, not lens http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cd07e6958e5c44620008aa
Good night y'all. Last person turn off the light.
just a blue star 😃
I suppose the green object is a star.
lovely #edge_on galaxy
Lenses usually curl around the lensing galaxy, so I think no lens.
5 o'clock I think it is a galaxy with a bright nucleus http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cc940d632ef22c06000012
yep! #sim 😃
see Wow What's That? http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=276702.0
I'm not sure either. Maybe a blue nebula in our galaxy?
If you click on the collect button, you can save images for own collections, which are stored in Profile.
oh, the blue one at 10 oclock! Yes, that one is too far away except if there was a huge cluster of galaxies.
Real lenses are rare, so you will more sims in training images than real lenses.
#sim a galaxy painted to look like a lens. If you mark them, the scientists can be sure that you can see a real lens system.
cute! ghost rider 😃
The lines may be just trails of stars. Arcs usually are a different colour like blue or red.
#sim sadly 😦
Lensed quasars would be round, and lensed galaxies make arcs. The shape is wrong, but it attracts the eye.
yes, #sim , say training image underneath
It could be. I looked at it in Tools http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cc825b81644a169c000005
Training image is beneath the image
stars often have blue rings, they are annoying that way.
#misregistration of images.There is more information in the Spotter's Guide on the left on the classification page.
I would mark it, though usually arcs will have more colour.
a star in our galaxy . There is more information in the Spotter's Guide on the left on the classification page.
might be a mask, but the object doesn't look bright enough to get a mask?
Lovely! it is a diffuse looking #barred_spiral, with a dash of irregular galaxy
I'm not sure if this is a #sim and the computer has put some blue areas to confuse us. #anupreeta can you help?
pretty star! 😃 More information on the spotter's guide on your left on the classification page.
I would mark it, and let a scientist decide later on.
#artifact, not sure which kind
#sim, 4 blue areas around the nucleus, not sure if supposed to be arcs or quasar points
pretty star. 😃 More information on the spotter's guide on your left on the classification page.
#misregistration , the images are stacked together properly
not sure if it is a #dimsim, or a #ringed_galaxy
just a blue star on the right #sim in the middle
#overlap , of blue galaxy over more distant galaxy?
a Chinese lantern went by over the telescope? my sad answer when I don't know.
It looks like a #ringed_galaxy
probably an #artifact when a messy cosmic ray hit was cut out of the image.
#sim 😦 a training image
mask over a bright object. More information on the spotter's guide on your left.
just overexposure. 😦
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We are correcting the redshift. it is what they would look like if we were closer to them.
Stars come in many colours
probably a satellite. More information on the spotter's guide on your left.
A star. Not sure where the #sim lens is supposed to be. More information on the spotter's guide on your left.
A nearby star. More information on the spotter's guide on your left.
Sadly, it is a star. They have diffraction spikes and are overexposed in the middle and make a blue ring.
diffraction spikes from a bright star. More information on the spotter's guide on your left.
pretty star , but please modify the langugage in your post.
😃 More information on the spotters guide on your left, nothing on the Tardis though.
masked because it is too bright 😃. More information on the spotters guide on your left.
red and green, looks like an asteroid going by
A nearby star, with diffraction spikes. More information on the spotters guide on your left.
masked because it is too bright. More info in the spotter's guide on your left. The centre is a #sim , a simulation of what to look for.
There are no planets in these images, though there may be asteroids. It is a pair of distant galaxies.
good guess 😃 ,masked because the centre was too bright
#sim, a training image so you can practice seeing what lenses are like and marking them.
an intermittent failure of a ccd detector, happens sometimes
I think where two pictures are "joined" together. 😃
#sim . I decided that it was too thick, to be a lens. I was wrong.
pretty star with diffraction spikes.
I was able to mark the quad with 4 marks, with no problem.
blue on both sides of nucleus http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cbfe5e03540c45a4000010
maybe a bit clearer with the glare removed http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cbf95903540c450700000e
missed this #sim, actually I put the marker too far to the right, and the computer didn't accept it. Oh well.
Why is the J band not working in Tools/Dashboard? I see only horizontal lines?
#artifact , black square and green intermittent #satellite trail
I can't get the link to point to the image that I modified.
Open in Tools, modify image on dashboard .http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52cbaed1996c9e1e61000070
The images have lots of red, green and blue spots due to thermal noise
blue arcs there, but it is a training image ,a #sim
VICS82 infrared imaging begins here
If the glare is cut down, the green looks OK http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52c12145996c9e433700006b
Saturn look alike! cute! I'll put into Space Telescope List
strong in violet u, even a counter-arc
green r is good but s the orange thing a star? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b89d4b996c9e2a29000015.
.. and the object #asteroid ? moved before the next exposures were taken the next night. or a very variable star.
magenta object is only present in the red i and blue g exposures. Maybe these were taken in the same night,
There are two blue areas on each side of nucleus, but are hard to see.
I think it is a diffuse spiral http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b619e5996c9e659e000064
maybe an overlap, also green emission near nucleus http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b6175e996c9e659e00005a
I have put it on the pretty list!
#voorwerpje ? #AGN_cloud ?
strange structures inside http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b2173e4258ec6e6000001a
but the two bright blue things are not quite matching
cut down the glare, centre galaxy is a 2 armed spiral
cut down the glare, blue arc looks like a foreground object http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b205664258ec63b9000034
very bright in violet
Continue in Science discussion?
is a slow moving object, I have changed my mind after going through the bands in Tool.
not much u light in that arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b0724f2b60f1422500004d
no counter-arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b071a32b60f145b900003c
arc has no violet light , no u band, but I can't seem to copy from tools.
I will put it in the telescope list
more detail when the glare is reduced http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b06f794258ec2d2d000030
one is the points is visible in u, the top one isn't.
In Bluer, it is part of the refraction circle around the star. Doesn't show up in tools.
It seems hard to believe that it has been 6 months that I last looked at this.
not much shape in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b06cf34258ec1fd9000032
not much shape in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b06c2a4258ec1fd900002e
long #tidal_trail is fascinating, tashipoo. Thanks for posting. Will put in telescope list.
known lens candidate, not convincing in u, or g http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52b00aa04258ec04b7000009
blue streak across nucleus at 6:30 #voorwerpje ?
not enough shape in arc? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ae37babf4a31089f00002d
I marked it because I thought it was a silly sim.
I added it to the the known list
no counter-arc, even if it is a known lens candidate http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ae34c8f993e606b400003a
smaller spot dim in violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ac4d64f993e6190300004a
overlap, but interesting http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ac4c21bf4a315b7c00000f I'll put on telescope list
red clumps and blue ring near nucleus. Put on Hubble telescope list.
not very bright in u band, which I can't seem to copy from Tools right now.
Greenish-yellow lens, very strange. Drphilmarshall has a theory, see below.
The arc has an orange nucleus.tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ab88c7f993e604ac00002f I would expect it be to redshifted.
looks less than impressive in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ab88c7f993e604ac00002f
the blip is only visible in r band , not lens
poor shape and nothing in u, http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ab8069f993e6049c00001d
That is funny. I see nothing interesting in the image, then when I click on Tools, I see a big arc on the yellow galaxy
not sure, not bright in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52ab7ddaf993e604ac000019
I studied it for a minute, decided against it since it was poorly centered. Oh dear, I missed a sim.
possible #voorwerpje #AGNcloud ?
might be overlap http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a96830b3ec4d6455000007
sim I should have seen this buried ring . http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8de2d5b6a13072700006f
still can't decide, overlap ? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8db685b6a13072700006c
violet, but not much shape, so I ignored it, and it was a sim.
dim in violet star-forming http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8d6235b6a13072a000047
bright in violet but fuzz #merger ? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8d5bf5b6a13072700005b
fuzz in violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8d4535b6a130735000057
overlap, nothing in violet. nice #asteroid at 9
no violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8d1e85b6a13073500004c
some violet light there http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8c746b3ec4d0e60000041
no counter-arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8163d5b6a133572000026
definitely overlap, chance alignment http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a81550b3ec4d3b8e000021
Looks straight, no arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a8141e5b6a133575000019
not red counter-arc hidden in nucleus, though it is hard to see http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a81245b3ec4d3b86000024
dim in u band, fuzzy http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a811ce5b6a13356f000014
no violet, so not an arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a81101b3ec4d3b97000012
fuzzy in u band, #star-forming, http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a80f5c5b6a13357200001e
fuzzy in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a80ec8b3ec4d3b8e00001d
fuzzy in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a80e2f5b6a13357c000012
at 3 arcs dim in violet, too far away, no curving http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a80d58b3ec4d3b89000012
not quasars, points are no the same colour, and one is squashed
no violet , so red stars http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a80c57b3ec4d3b8e000015
dim in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a80b735b6a133572000018
no balance on each side of nucleus in r band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a80ab95b6a133572000013
don't look like quasars though, and not arcs.
two blobs with violet hiding in white nucleus http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79fdab3ec4d112600005b
not an arc, not quasar points i band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79f35b3ec4d1131000060
no arc shape in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79e31b3ec4d113100005d
little violet and poor shape http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79d9c5b6a130a5a00006d
not much violet u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79d09b3ec4d112600004f, but I had marked it
bright violet, but no counter image http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79bc5b3ec4d1131000052
no violet u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79889b3ec4d1586000045
violet is fuzzy http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a797c0b3ec4d112300004e
some violet but is fuzzy http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a7973ab3ec4d1126000041
too wide and fuzzy, no violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a79668b3ec4d1131000044 #double_nucleus #merger
no sign of a counter arc, probably blue star http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a795a45b6a130a5a000055
with low surface brightness
So there isn't enough of an arc to plug the data into an equation?
agree, put in pretty
bright in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a6379b5b6a1304ad000012
ring at 12:30,maybe a bit fuzzy
agree! pretty overlap
a square ring! must be an artifact.
not much in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a6304c5b6a130499000004
Wow! something for the pretty list
agree. quite a #merger
not sure, there is a solid u colour, not separated into arcs http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a4f3599e3260673c0000c3
If it is lensed quasar, all dots must be exactly the same colour. The red centre is a star anyway. 😃
funny green star at 11:30, g band slipped http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a1edb3134bb355330000ec
a still life painting
another for the pretty discussion
good #dust_lane 😃 http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a02d9c9e326043e300004c
two stars, I think http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52a02d42134bb3553300004d
not sure at 7 maybe intense star-forming? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529f88709e326043e3000005
maybe a star in our galaxy overlapping red galaxy?
hot! . http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ec85b9e3260509200002f
pretty, strong violet light in nucleus, nuclear ring and spiral arms
another for the pretty list
not as clear in u as I would hope http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ec5b69e326034400000d1
agree, one for the pretty discussion post
#sim, just visible in u in tools http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ec41c134bb3475f000065
#sim, I just got this one, and didn't see it. Didn't see it with dashboard and bluer, either.
sim bright in violet! http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c3ac19e326065f9000014
looked at the sim in violet light http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c3a509e32604d11000096 not as bright as I would think
bright in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c399b9e326065f900000e no counterarc
no violet u in tools, http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c389c134bb3138e00010a starforming #nuclear_ring ?
not much violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c37de134bb3138e000106 , starforming?
no violet light http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c3483134bb36cd1000011 but I would rather be wrong
enhanced blue looks like a #nuclear_ring http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c3630134bb3394000003a
not sure http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c3483134bb36cd1000011
I want it to be, but not much there http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c33e59e32604d11000092
just a starforming area http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c3319134bb33940000033
However, using tools u, there isn't a lens, it is just bright. http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c31c0134bb3393d000045
We were looking at the bright galaxy half way in between center and 3, not the one with obvious spiral arms.
I still don't know. Maybe a cosmic ray hit during red i exposure? very round though. Maybe a red star?
not much arc shape, http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529c2e089e326030860000b7
maybe a satellite galaxy merging into the main galaxy?
faint arcs in close up http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ad278134bb37a260001de
some ring structure in violet u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ad1f5134bb376840000d0
no arc in violet u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ad111134bb376840000cb
artifact, software error, looks like a cosmic ray hit was cut out, and not "painted" over
red arc looks too straight
can't see counterarc
changed my mind, I think stars
not sure, arc has violet u, but not much curve http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ac8c5134bb376840000bc
not much violet light with either arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529ac95a9e32603086000029
blue light g but not much violet u so #starforming not lens
no u light, so maybe just a shredded piece of a nearby galaxy
or #edge-on #ringed_galaxy
I like it, and I will wait for a spectral analysis. Blue double points resemble the blue star at the bottom, unfortunately.
red elliptical shining through a closer irregular blue, I think.
not sure, colours are not identical
barred spiral. not much nuclear bulge. pretty.
I just got this too. as Capella says, no counter image.
nice ring in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52990ea9134bb37a2600015a
nice shape, but no u light, and galaxy doesn't look massive enough to bend space
blue star conjunction with orange galaxy, I think
#dimsim, tests the lower limits of visiblity http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/529909c5134bb37684000025
A bit thick. I think orange galaxy shining through blue galaxy.
nice shape, though not much violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5297cf13134bb36d8e00004d
very peculiar, possible #voorwerp ? jet from quasar hitting some hydrogen?
not much violet light
... like this http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587726013998104664
or possibly a quasar (not lensed) with emission peaks in the g and i band
bright in the g and i band,not in r. Possibly a binary star, one blueand one red, overlapping the galaxy.
3 blue stars? or quasar lensing another quasar? It can happen.
agree, this is the first two-legged galaxy I've seen. galaxies usually have 2 arms 😃
bright objects inside the star are an artifact of overexposure
star forming areas, either an edge-on ringed galaxy or barred galaxy, or maybe overlapping satellite galaxies
I think too thick and ragged, with no u light. Probably an overlapping distorted galaxy, maybe torn from galaxy below it.
strange isn't it. Must be a masters thesis in it.
artifact - the g band (blue) slipped with its tracking, making elongated stars
nicely positioned. Are they the same colour?
I think a pair of blue stars
If a red quasar double, then would be no light in green (r) or blue (g). I see light, so must be double star?
I think it looks like a star overlapping a star-forming galaxy. But it looked convincing.
I think ragged bits of star-forming - no violet
not the arm!, it is a sim quad, 4 blue spots around nucleus.
It only appears in the r band, very round though not like the usual artifact. Maybe to do with the cleanup software?
I think star-forming, not much of an arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/528b4acd72c109595c00000e
Strong violet, arc and counter arc, excellent candidate http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5289bc8dfe16d90fa5000250
I like them, but they are quite thick and lacking in violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5289bbee72c109455100005c
no violet u , so spiral arm?
You might be right, it wouldn't be the first time that a sim has been painted onto a real lens.
yep, sort of buried http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527ea4dc72c10914f600003f
in r band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527ea20cfe16d910c00000c8
wish it was real, brilliant http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c148372c109491d0002e2
wish there was a counterarc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c141d72c1093cb80000bc
not convinced http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c1357fe16d96cc9000180
bright ring, but fuzzy? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c12e872c10947e2000594
not much violet http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c1179fe16d974390000de
not very curvy in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c0fbafe16d906240000d5
looks straighter in i band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c0d9972c1093cb80000b1 😦
must be a star http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c0bf1fe16d92fd1000241
sorry I don't see it http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527c0b73fe16d96cc9000173
#2-armed_spiral with bar, nearly a #ringed_galaxy. Too graceful to pass by
no violet light http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527955e472c109491d00003d
looks like a sim, but nothing there in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52795205fe16d90a3100000b
it doesn't curve much
sim, funny blue bits around the orange star at 3:30. so simfail
Amazing pink dots, don't think they are lens http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5279514772c10970800002a7
quasar? unlensed ?, what's the arc around it? http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52794f8efe16d975d3000035
sim , so symmetrical around edge-on nuclues http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52794e4172c10947e20002bc
a bit fuzzy http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52794c7e72c109491d000027
sim nearly an Einsten ring but with a few bumps http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527933b9fe16d9617c000059
#redarc? at bottom edge at 5
~ wonky dustlane 😕 😃
... not much curve and no counter-arc. I want it to be a lens though.
interesting, wow, is that bright in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5278aa3cfe16d926430001ba ...
#sim not very bright
three galaxies overlapping in a chance alignment
not specular in u http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52789f99fe16d949ed000021 was it visible in bluer?
Agree -star-forming ring/arm
a quasar split up into 4 points. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einstein_Cross
Looks so good, but not a blue arc, http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5278144bfe16d92643000075
not much violet light (u) http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52781251fe16d937e9000014 😦
not much violet (u) light http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527811a372c10947e200007c 😦
... quite bright in violet (u band) http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5278104efe16d9396c000004
pink arc on yellow galaxy near #2-armed spiral,...
..but is it visible using the bluer button in the classification dashboard?
#sim buried Einstein cross visible in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5276f3ca72c1091e0c000075...
bright UV source below center http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5276f192fe16d9039f00024c , quasar or star-forming area
#redarc though looks more like artifact
Many possibilities. Pair of orange galaxies? Maybe one is a spiral, or has tidal debris orbiting it.
might be a real green galaxy , a green quasar, or a artifact
some good dark violet colour there
Me too. Easier to see here http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52759d3f72c10954df000178
Yep! I would have missed it too. #dimsim
easier to see in u band in dashboard http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52759c6b72c109309e0001df
It is the blue ring around the galaxy on the edge at 9. It look fuzzier than a star would look. It would have fooled me.
agree, there is some violet in the arcs http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52759a4b72c109600e00001a
brightest in far red, so a cool object. sometimes 2 objects, has a moon? or r exposure done in 2 time slots.
Moving object, it is in different places in different colours. too slow to be asteroid, trans-neptunian object?
the image are not aligned properly when the coloured images were stacked, so you get these blue artifacts
agree, but strange galaxy.
very little violet light in arc http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52758ead72c10954df000161
yes, hint of spiral arms http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52757e8772c1095c50000008 faint arc around galaxy cluster
Yes, I see the double nucleus, also two small additional sources http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5275795a72c109309e000088
feature at 2, colours don't match. I missed the sim.
Big white galaxy has a #dust_lane http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5275764cfe16d958a7000081
Missed the sim, though I looked at it, and ruled it out.
C_cld's huge lens..not convincing in u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/527513d572c109309e000033
For a double lens quasar, I would hope to see a galaxy in between them
Maybe overlapping stars?
A hundred billion stars at a single click. 😮
Is it possible to have a blue lensed galaxy that doesn't have UV light?
Some light in the g band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52750da0fe16d939a20000af
Not much light in the u band http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52750da0fe16d939a20000af though makes a circle.
Not much u band, though it looks hopeful.
a bit too fuzzy. Blue ring around nearly center galaxy has no u colour.
It is either two red dwarfs overlapping a distant galaxy, or two red quasars (unlikely) or a #double_quasar which would be very nice!
I would think just a red star in our galaxy overlapping the galaxy.
sim ring in uv light http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/5274409272c109032d000041
see dust lanes in dashboard http://tools.zooniverse.org/#/dashboards/spacewarp/52743d29fe16d939a9000026
agree, some blue to the red arc near 12, also strong blue in the #double_quasar between center and 4
yes, a dust lane visible in the g band in tools
maybe not, it may be 2 galaxies merging
#sim, but looks totally amazing in Tools u band
same image as http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW000508o. I wonder why we have same image with two numbers.
Training image - object left of centre is a torn up galaxy. Object at bottom at 5 is star overlapping a galaxy.
extremely bright in u band. I mean bright! One bright spot, one dim, and a very dim third spot
#two-armed_spiral, or #one-armed_spiral
blue in tools
yes, maybe #red_arc. Someday I hope we find out what it is.
several arcs around that yellow galaxy at 8, dark blue in the u band
I have changed my mind. After looking at http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0000fto, I think it is an artifact.
..like possibly an arc squashed between two lens?
nice #dust_lane 😃
I think the areas of light are caused by areas of different ccd sensitivity, dark caused by light capture at a different time.
Spinning satellite a possibility,black in middle, two sources? Coincidence that it appears to nearly follow the lines of the ccd sensors?
#sim, but a lovely dark blue in Tools / dashboard / u colour , much darker than the lensing galaxy. Indicates lots of powerful UV light.
It looks real, maybe a bit too fuzzy. Might be a #ringed_galaxy, not sure if an Einstein ring, or maybe a star with a ring nebula.
I will get a scientist to post something.
agree. there seem to be many arcs and features. If arcs, they are thin. It would take Hubble to sort them.
arcs around an orange "star", half way to one o'clock
I've looked at it in tools /dashboard. It is only present in the r (green)band, so it must be an artifact. Can't explain it though,
There again, some of the #sims don't have a violet u either.
Snowy owl galaxy. #X-shaped_galaxy
They are interesting, but I looked in Tools / u and they don't have a violet u colour, which I would expect in arcs and quasars.
There is some blue in those doubles in u in Tools / dashboard, Still, might be a triple star/
no , just stars. they have a diffraction ring caused by their brightness. 😃
Thank you tashipoo and C_cld. Added to list.
Thank you, tashipoo and C_cld, I have added all three to candidates list
Thank you mitch and C_Cld, I have added to known candidate's list
maybe, though it is not very blue
agree, peculiar, but no deep blue colour. Put on telescope list?
not very deep blue in u in Tools, probably a nearby galaxy with many blue stars.
see also http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0009c7u
also as http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW00078we, and image looks identical
Galaxies covered by dust tend to turn red, but not be invisible.
Wow! agree 😮 , arc very dark in u in Tools, so lots of UV light. Looks very good. I put it into Buried Rings.
I'll add it to the list. The arc isn't very dark in Tools.
I missed this sim The #sim shows better when I press u in Tools.
agree, stunning 😮
agree, spectacular #tidal_trail, also #ringed_galaxy
agree, #merger, scary binary star in S
agree, a treasure! 😃
Yes, much easier to see in Tools and u .
They don't look very lensy, but would click on them anyway.
The arc is dark blue in Tools, in the u field.
thank you tashipoo, I will update the #CFHTLS list.
thank you tashipoo, I will update the #CFHTLS list
good guess, see discussion
We can only see galactic jets in nearby galaxies, but it looks interesting. #overlap or #polar_ring
agree, it is very blue circle around nucleus, might be #nuclear_ring
blue something right of center
There can be more than one sim on an image.
not sure, but interesting. I'll put in space telescope list.
might be a #double, or chance alignment of two stars in our galaxy around the orange galaxy. Green quasars are rare.
Strange object you have found. #ring_galaxy ?
looks like I am the 4th person to mark this, according to Talk, probably more who don't post in Talk
looks good tashipoo
training image, so it is a #sim
nicely balanced but funny colour
unmissable sim anyway
Real arcs can be 15" away from a lens, which is about the quarter of this image. But rare.
training image, sim? I think if there is one sim in an image ie. the buried lens at 4, everything else in that image can't be trusted.
bass clef (joke) but is impressive, will put on space telescope list.
vote with djj, red star overlapping blue galaxy, software processing makes it look like lens.
agree with c_cld, foreground star ruined a nice ringed galaxy
strange, what is it?
Nice! I put it on Space Telescope list, a master's thesis for someone someday.
That is interesting.
I've put in in the Space Telescope list. Great flyby and #tidal_trail.
#double quasar just above centre right, or two white stars with red star between.
yes, orange quasar points, or orange stars.
a bit thick, but maybe
yes, half way out to 3
so disappointed... 😦 #SA100 #CFHTLS thank you anupreeta
overlap by star?
The red spot is a star, and we are looking for galaxies 😃
I wonder if there is a bug in the sims/no lens in this image
faint circle around orange galaxy between center and 12
I like it.There can be lenses that far way. (I think) 15"
oh, I see, it is huge!
strange blue-green colour
yes, it's a star
dunno, I might be an orange star. The blue blobs look exactly the same as the blue stars scattered around.
oh! not a sim. #quad?
yes, two little blue lines across the edge on
should be looked at
yes, interesting pink blobs and redarc
doesn't arc around anything, too far from orange galaxy
areas of intense star formation, a green pea galaxy
something bright near nucleus. The galaxy itself might have an active nucleus ie. a quasar. should be looked at.
Congratulations on number 50,000 !
blue area has clumps of stars, so #star-forming
#star-forming areas in galaxy
Jets are less than a pixel wide. This is a #tidal_stream.
I had a model like that one.
#simfail? oh I see, it is around a star!
I think ElisabethB is right, the orange blobs look like stars, not galaxies.
certainly strange blob
might be star, with nebula or overlap. should be checked out.
maybe shell elliptical? created by high speed collision.http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=278085.new#new
You certainly find unexplainable objects. Double star red/blue?
pink .. blue/red binary star?
not a satellite, it would be a solid blue. I think edge-on galaxy?
Yes, Dali !
yes, something blue
we may be seeing a blue galaxy through the disk of a white galaxy.interesting though, should be looked at.
yes, a bit of an arc
100,000 ! Congratulations (and to tashipoo too)
maybe an AGN -illuminated gas cloud?
a band of bad pixels. Look how it forms straight lines.
Did you put your mark on the arc, or in the center of the galaxy?
I love looking at small fuzzy things and wondering what they are, but I never find out. Need bigger telescope.
not forming an arc, so chance alignment?
So many blue stars in image it is hard to see
#star-forming #nuclear_ring, maybe?
maybe not dark and bright enough? Any other opinions?
I wish there was another bright star nearby to compare.
Yes, interesting. Two arcs, though not bending.
Wow, isn't it widely spaced from galaxy, about 10" ? Possible counter-arc is even further away.
added to CFHTLS published lens candidates list
Training image is a #sim
Yes, #dust_land or #redarc ?
chance alignment, not arcs, not bright enough to be quasars
Yes, strange star?
#tidal_stream coming from the small pinkish oval elliptical? What do you think?
want it to be lens, but chance alignment?
Thank you, c_cld
I think a slow-moving spinning satellite.
That is worth a second look.
We have no access to additional data at the moment, we can only guess. Hope this helps. 😃
The star on the left is a star, the star on the right is either a small elliptical galaxy or a close double star, it is hard to tell.
It is an orange star, you can tell by the refractor spikes. with two stars in chance alignment with the spikes.
I would think so.
something for Hubble Space Telescope, maybe it is a merger
The yellow star with red? an optical artifact I think. The other stars have a slanty bit in the middle.
#AGN_cloud ? chance alignment by quasar?
galaxy at 3 has a long #tidal_trail ? trail of blue blobs going right and down
small but interesting
two red quasar points, or stars
one might be a arc
спиральная галактика (spiral'naya galaktika) (courtesy of Google translate) 😃
blue galaxy at 8:30? I think chance alignment
neither arcs nor quasars, I think, is probably chance alignment
orange object is a star, we are looking for galaxies.
No, it is real at 11, star overlap galaxy
Yeah, weird. Poor stacking of filtered images, since other objects are affected too. Maybe slow-moving asteroid or double star.
Maybe it it the pink points. Quasars of z=1.5 (I think) are pink.
Yes, interesting! red (orange) arc
It looks a lot like a star. So maybe chance alignment?
it might be a #double_star with "stuff" around it.
At 4, sim of double quasar points. Except I can only see one. I suppose the other is supposed to be hidden behind the nucleus.
looks like a sim, but isn't
pink streaks coming away from double star? galaxy?
I suppose it looks a bit bright.
10, arc should be bent, 11 they look like satellite galaxies
#star-forming, I think
I think #star-forming. I love the star, it might be a triple star, or an optical artifact.
I think #star-forming
It has spikes like a star, a #white_dwarf ? They are very blue.
thick white arc, should be looked at
not much curve
maybe a bit thick to be a lens, and too fuzzy to be a quasar.
I would go for #merger, there are fragments of the galaxy below it.
#sim, and I don't want to see it again, because I start getting excited, then find out that it is a sim 😦
chance alignment of nearby red star, white galaxy with blue satellite, and a distant blue
cosmic ray hit
not sure, a bit too fuzzy maybe #fuzzball
#overlap by an orange star, I think. Sometimes overlapping changes the shape of stars.
maybe a #double_star, but I'm not sure
yes, long thin blue arc under the galaxy. may be real, but these photos have lots of blue lines of pixels.
quasars are brighter than this.
I think it is a star.
mentioned in: http://blog.spacewarps.org/2013/08/15/x-marks-the-spot-new-gravitational-lens-candidates-from-space-warps/
proven to be a lens, not just a candidate. confirmed to be a gravitational lens by the SL2S team but just hasn’t been published yet!
possible star-forming but should be checked out
strange, there is more blue on the other side too.
hmmm, I don't know, though your model looks good.
I like that, but I hope it is not a star.
I like the upper one
has a brightness to it
not sure, not bright enough for quasar points, not forming arcs either.
#artifact, the yellow star lower middle also has a smaller one.
It looks like a quasar. But there is only one image. Lensed,and one point hidden? How would you prove lens? Or overlap?
yellow stars look green in these images, and the light tends to form a ring around brighter stars
chance alignments more likely in such a crowded field
maybe a funny face? pareidolia :l
i agree, looks like polar ring doesn't it?
blue and pink? yes, strange
oo-ooh, pretty #tidal_trail
blue certainly surrounds the orange
#artifact, if we could see another bright star, you would probably see the same artifact.
#artifact, the ccds were overloaded by the brightness.
#sim, but I it is amazing to see that a sim quasar doesn't need a counter-arc
#artifact, large circle around blue part looks like repair to image to eliminate cosmic ray hit
maybe star-forming, but can't rule out lens, oh its a sim
bright, whatever it is
white dwarf, quasar, blue star.. I look forward to the day when we can NED these 😃
maybe stars, but nucleus has something bright in it.
I like this think blue arc, too.
I don't get it either. Maybe a sub-threshold sim, a #dimsim
great looking arc, but lens looks like a star 😦
a counter-arc would be nice, it makes deciding easier.
interesting, I want to click on NED
maybe, but with so many blue blobs, it is hard to tell
too bad, its very nice
Looks interesting though maybe doesn't curve enough. Any other opinions?
amazing coincidence? of diffraction spikes with satellite galaxies?
Looks nice. Did you get it twice in 4 days?
I think it is hopeful.
white star or quasar on one side of spiral, can't see one on other side. I'll try on dashboard. also nice #dust_lane
same colour as parent, so satellite galaxies
It seems to thick to be an arc. Any other opinions?
amazing sight, but I wouldn't want to live there
I don't see it on anupreeta's list. Must be on another list.
distant star-forming galaxy
chance alignment of a star (with spikes) and a distant galaxy
a diffraction ring from a bright star in the next image over.
same as ASW0005qiz
yes.. nice arc
always check #edge-on lenses
very strange.. #tidal_trail ?
I think artifact caused by bright object. I submitted something like that, and that is what drphil said.
arcs look interesting
I think #nuclear_ring, a #star-forming ring around the nucleus.
funny little thing. it may be a star surrounded by a nebula?
#star-forming, I think. Not arcs, and not bright enough to be quasars points
artifact, probably a cosmic ray hit
chance alignment, hard to avoid with a image this crowded!
Very nice, right sort of colour, too bad part of it is hidden by overlap
yes, a suspicious bright area
yes, #redarc, very nice
blue star with 2 red companions
I think that it is a star, it has an orange ring
yes, interesting pink blobs!
not sure, but should be looked at
lovely #merger with #tidal_trail
bright, but doesn't curve and no counter-arc
red object looks like a star, we are looking for galaxies
overlap by star, dim stars have a ring around them
This is a #sim, a very nice one
orange objects are stars, see the spikes, we are looking for galaxies.
Maybe it should be looked at, even if it if faint
faint, but should be looked at
possible blue arc in blue star-forming galaxy? They don't make it easy. should be checked out, but it is faint.
it doesn't curve 😃
#edge-on should be checked out, thank you
#nuclear_ring, I think, though I suppose it should be checked out
should be looked at, I think c_cld found one like this
I don't see anything
curves like a spiral arm?
not much curve to them, but could be looked at
Thank you c_cld
probably satellite galaxies, but should be looked at
optical artifact, I think
a bit thick for an arc, I think
It may be a double quasar, even if we can't see a galaxy in between in this image. It should be looked at.
I think there is just one at the bottom
I think #ringed_galaxy
Lenses magnify and make brighter. under galaxy at 2, I think spiral arm or tidal debris. Lens arcs are usually brighter
two blue objects aren't the same colour
arcs don't seem to be arcing in right direction
center red object looks more like a star than a galaxy
Thank you for the cross-referencing of ID numbers tashipoo
It might be the bright galaxy at 3. There is a quasar-ish thing in it, but I only see one.
seems more like galaxy arms
beautiful! #2-armed open spiral
I suppose that a very bright blue arc would look white...but that sounds weak, doesn't it? 😃
#SA120 , thank you startess and mitch
I think AGN (quasar, not lensed), there was one much like it, and driphilmarshall called it an AGN.
Congratulations on your 40,000th 😃
hard to tell
looks straight, but should be looked at
It is not curving much, be should be looked at.
Should be looked at, though probably chance alignment
PhotoZ of lensing galaxy is 0.58
Thank you, another known lens found. #CFHTLS
You scared me c_cld. I thought that you said that this was a known lens!
Looks like a #ringed_galaxy, the spiral arm seems to be coming out of the bar.
they look like satellite galaxies, same colour as main galaxy
seems too thick to be an arc
maybe, but it is small.
You are thinking of pulsars. Anyway, these are 1.5 combined hour of RGB exposure, so they would catch the slowest pulsar, I think
I think quasars are brighter than this.
I think this elliptical is undergoing a #merger with something smaller.
I think chance alignment by stars, a spiral doesn't have enough mass, but a scientist should look at it.
probably cosmic ray hits which were excised, but not smoothed over with colour taken from surroundings
a scientist should be posting something about the lenses soon.
I think that it is a star overlapping a blue galaxy
green ring is optical artifact
Possible, but James Webb Space telescope would be needed for this one, it is getting into the infrared.
Hmm, extremely faint lens galaxy, nearly redshifted out of detection, so z>1, and even more distant blue arcs
possibly star-forming blobs? Any other opinions?
light blue and doesn't curve much, I think overlap
But no counter-arc?
Better than some I've seen in art galleries.
Not sure, too light blue? star-forming?
which one? the really faint red one?
#SA87, thank you tashipoo #CFHTLS, one more of this one still to go, with lens in top right corner.
I think quasars would be brighter and the same colour.
I think star-forming, any other opinions?
a scientist should look at it
Yes, faint but long arcs. Should be looked at
not sure, may be double red star?
I agree, dislocated arm?
Maybe a poorly defined #ringed_galaxy?
Star directions are opposite of maps, because you are looking up, these are SE of center.
Two stars or two quasars. If they are a lensed double quasar, we should be able to see a galaxy in between them.
The green object is a double star, and there is a black optical artifact.
bright stars have spikes, so it is a star.
hmm... are the blue points too far away from the galaxy? Any other opinions?
They don't arc, and quasars would be brighter, so I think chance alignment.
blue star #overlap galaxy
hmm, not too convincing but should be looked at.
#psuedoringed_galaxy, continued in discussion
Which object? The 3 bright ones are stars with optical artifacts around them.
Maybe the two greenish stars near the nucleus? or a lens too faint to see, so the study can measure how "deep" we see?
nice shape, though faint
Thank you drphilmarshall, so satellite galaxy.
Thank you, c_cld. An usual spiral then. I didn't notice the overlap at 1, maybe the red arc came from the spiral.
Yes, that is a star, and there are usually optical artifacts around bright objects.
What an unusual object! #polar-ring galaxy, possibly. Need Hubble! I'll start a Waiting for Hubble thread.
only one arc in this #sim. I would think that it is an overlap by a star.
#meteor, or a flash from a #satellite
Thank you c_cld, I can calm down now.
Looks good, doesn't it?
Oh, my, what have you found? A buried #redarc ? The galaxy looks disturbed, hope it isn't a #nuclear_ring
two thick arcs, should be looked at
diffraction ring around a bright star just outside image?
no arcs or paired quasars to look at.
blue areas, maybe should be looked at.
I think it should be looked out, to eliminate it from our enquiries.
strange object! but arcs are part of circles. This is oval. Possibly an active galaxy #AGN and #ringed_galaxy ? but I am guessing.
light blue, so star-forming, I think
not sure what it is, but it doesn't bend like an arc.
strange object there, it should be looked at.
two interesting objects, should be looked at
nice possible arcs, should be looked at
nice little arcs, should be looked at
I agree, why would a star have too white spots?
it should be looked at
look like star-forming arms to me
nice blue object. should be looked at.
might be a star, but should be looked at.
can't see buried ring at 3?
We can ask a scientist.
I would think ovelapping star? Arcs can't be pink though can be red, quasars can be pink at z=2, but I only see one.
either #dimsim , a sub-threshold sim, or "there is no lens in this image" ?
confusing #overlap ?
Actually ESE of center, map directions are opposite because you are looking up at the sky, not down at the ground.
yes, nice little arc at 8:30 should be looked at.
looks deep blue, should be looked at.
bad row of pixels from the ccd camera, I think. If you magnify too much, images pixellate to give right angles. Object is a star, has spikes
#nuclear_ring, star formation around nucleus, but a scientist should check it out. Funny looking isn't it?
They are the "hot spots" at the end of bars.
optical artifact, possible a ccd that wasn't working right.
green streak probably an #asteroid caught during the green filter exposure #artifact
nice dark blue arc, should be looked at.
Both sides should be the same colour
it should be looked at.
sims look too good to be true! 😃
That quasar has a sharp bright disc. Gives us an idea on what to look for. Thank you, c_cld
at 9:30, 3 faint arcs, no counter-arc, around orange galaxy, 5" away, maybe too distant
blue arc + yellow could make green. no counter-arc. probably optical artifact. still best it be looked at by a scientist.
#star-forming spiral arms
looks off-center, but edge-ons should be looked at
There should be a balance of some quasar point(s) on both sides.
#star-forming area, I think
star overlapping blue galaxy
Thank you! #SA31 #CFHTLS
not sure. any other opinions?
They don't curve much, but I suppose they should be looked at.
Colour too light? I think #ringed_galaxy.
I think the blue blobs are stars.
#edge-on, not sure. any other opinions?
They look too fuzzy to be quasars.
quasars are brighter, I think
let us try @anupreeta
an empty (redshifted out of detection) lens for me! thank you, you are too kind. 😃
part of a circular #artifact
I would think stars, but a scientist should look at it.
#overlap ? at 12
arcs should be deeper blue
should be looked at, just in case
overexposed nucleus, I think
8:30 not sure. Any other opinions?
I wish I knew what to call these #hot_pink galaxies, I mean something that doesn't sound like a girl band.
hmm... maybe a very heavy spiral. Let's get a scientist.
two redarcs, and red on top?
I see blue lines, but can't decide what they wrap around. We'll ask a scientist.
It is not curving, put your finger over the blue galaxy to see.
relaxing... 😃 ....very small nucleus?
Probably overexposed bright nucleus of a blazar, but should be looked at.
vague cross shape in lower left corner
upper right? corner quite thick for an arc, #overlap? can't see anything in upper left.
#edge-on lenses are rare, so this should be looked at, though I think it is just overlap
Quasar peeking out? No counter-arc, but should be looked at.
thick arc, a scientist should look at this
blue blobs are not centering around the galaxy
#merger , past and future
Possibly, though other fluffy blobs nearby.
Slight colour difference between the two blobs, so I think they are stars in our galaxy in a chance alignment.
Then let the scientists decide.
not sure if buried ring, blue ring could mix with yellow to make green, but there is much green artifact in nearby galaxy also.
I think slightly overexposed image, though I would rather that it was a lens.
I think #overlap of blue star or quasar, by red star. I don't think there is any lensing, stars don't make strong lenses.
Thank you for the alternate ID, tashipoo
also as ASW0002cew
also as ASW0001f9f
Looks like 3 stars in a row, but what is the blue haze around it?
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Not sure either, but I think a scientist should look at it. I wouldn't expect an orange center and a ring together.
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I don't like training images, because I don't know what strange things are put into the picture.
square bracket [ arc
might be a quasar shining through, not lensed.
chance alignment. quasar jets can only be seen in nearby galaxies. Radio lobes are seen with radio telescopes.
nice deep blue.
good shape arc, though unusual colour, it should be looked at.
Two merging galaxies can act as a lens, as can a cluster of galaxies. But I think the blue arc to its left is not bending the right way
The orange object is very round, I think it is a star
not sure. Brighter than a fuzzball.
not sure, but it should be looked at. @anupreeta
#Einstein_ring , unlensed quasar? variable star?
Its oval shape makes me think it is a ringed galaxy. Arcs don't get flattened like that.
not sure, maybe #star-forming
faint blue arcs around large orange galaxy at 5 at lower margin.
Lens at 1 is a star, I think. 10 is a #fuzzball
faint blue arc and dim red galaxy between center and 3. Arc probably doesn't curve enough.
yellow star, but with something peculiar blue beside it.
#double or #quad ? A scientist should look at it. Have I seen this before?
redarc , should get a scientist to look at it, Possible #voorwerpje
What has happened to the labels for known lens candidates. They have disappeared (on my computer anyway?)
pinkish arc looks good. can't find it in anupreeta's list.
unusual object, but the colours aren't balanced well on this image.
maybe the edge of a sim in the image over the border?
I think #star-forming, any other opinions?
arm of nearby galaxy
orange star or orange galaxy?
#SA87 You are really finding many good ones #CFHTLS
#double_star, stars are usually overexposed in the middle
lower right, amazing object, whatever it is.
maybe #voorwerpje marvellous!
jets would be smaller than a pixel wide. Maybe #tidal_trail ?
I think just 3 yellow stars.
not sure, I would like some blue or purple colour.
Many of these objects have blue dots from a poor stacking of images. Can I have more directions to the object?
..and not labelled as a known candidate either.
#SA90 totally excellent. tashipoo. I just saw it posted by biggsjrex in another image.
possible quasar points noticed by biggsjrex
#SA90 and not listed as a lens candidate #CFHTLS posted by biggsjrex . #CFHTLS
So not all of anupreeta's candidates are labeled as such. Sharp eyes!
tashipoo links this with http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0005lmz
What a strange object! We'll need a scientist for this one.
I don't know what it is? but not a lens.
arcs follow path of galaxy arms, so #star-forming. Nice and bright, though, it made me look hard.
Wonderful! #overlap ? no distortion in disks to indicate #merger
star with diffraction spikes overlap blue galaxy
pink areas again.
They would be dim, because these are looked at with a powerful telescope.
We don't know the location of the objects exactly, but look at LOOK HERE FIRST in chat for the 4 places it might be.
There is an example of yellow quasars in the Spotter guide. They are small and bright, so let's assume #double_quasar until a spectrum ..
Maybe we should mark them as #voorwerpje until we get a better handle on them
The arc doesn't seem to curve around anything.
I think quasars would look more like stars.
Much detail, but I think chance alignment
yes, pretty rainbow 😉 A nice rest for the eyes. Actually, more like diffraction on an oil spill.
I will put this in discussion, because I need to learn more about splitting of quasar light.
Hi, put this comment on the Help discussion so the Help people can see it.
no counter-arc quasar, though blue star quite bright. Quasar needs to be split into 2 quasars.
A lens around a star is too weak to be detected in this search. Just look near galaxies. #overlap
I think too small and fuzzy to be a lens
spiral galaxy under the collect button
Cosmic ray hits were removed. Usually, software paints over the black area, but it didn't happen this time. My guess anyway
Scientists need an arc on both sides to "weigh" the galaxy
no hint of counter-arc, though. So the galaxy isn't directly behind.
galactic jets can be seen optically only in about 10 nearby galaxies. the blue line is probably a chance alignment
maybe #merger of small satellite galaxies. Blobs look too short to be arcs, but are not round like quasars.
I am using the spotter's guide as a reference.. I don't think quasars ever are dim, even distant red ones z=5 are still bright.
pretty, very narrow #edge-on
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I think the "arc" is closer than the orange galaxy, so no lens.
red star, it has diffraction spikes
I think overlap of nearby blue galaxy and more distant yellow edge-on.
no, I think star diffraction spike. Satellite trails are one colour. This has red and yellow.
dense cluster of orange stars, and chance alignment of something..
not sure, looks a little brighter than the usual fuzzball.
I think chance alignments
one quasar point looks bright. The other doesn't match, but maybe it is covered by galaxy disc.
This moderator thinks the ring is just an optical artifact. 😃
colours don't match
yes, red colour usually means an AGN
red star overlapping red galaxy
seems thick for a lens @anupreeta ?
The centre pink star looks like a red/blue #spectroscopic_binary. The green bits look unreal.
I think too light blue. Any other opinions?
Probably sunlight reflecting from a spinning #satellite, while the blue filter was being used. #artifact
Great post! Known lens candidate (s) though I don't know which one, and there seem to be two here.
yes, blurry blue patch. a bit wide for an arc. Maybe star-forming after collision with galaxy below? lets ask @anupreeta
not enough curve?
too thick and not enough curve, I think
I can't see lensing in this #sim, too much light from nucleus. #dimsim
You are correct, it isn't a lens, it is just pretty
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possible #yellow quasar points, though they are not quite the same colour.
chance alignment with light blue galaxy
I see an #edge-on galaxy at 7, with chance alignment of stars and galaxies.
Maybe, it is a dark colour.
round formation between them but it may be an #artifact of the cleanup process
yellow star and either blue star or blue quasar, but no lens.
too light blue and too straight
Bright blue. More curve would be nice. A scientist should look at it to decide. #anupreeta
Both the grey patch and the blue patch are overlap.
I think a buried lens would need to be darker, this is light blue.
Did you mark the arcs and points? not the centre galaxy?
not bright enough to be quasars, and not arcs either
#star-formation, possible lovely #merger
I think chance alignment
lovely #ringed_galaxy though
good illustration of how #barred_spirals create two hot spots. I'll put it in Read this first!
The orange star near center?
I see a white patch overlapping a yellow galaxy?
not sure, but I don't think it is a lens
misaligned stacking of images, I think. Other galaxies showing weird colours.
four white elliptical galaxies. Not quasars because then they would have a green, magenta or blue center. Capella needed a tea-break. 😃
@c_cld, have you worked out the algorithm for naming? -------- 1zrp 1yzn, next row 1z10 , looks random to me.
#barred_spiral, hot spots at base of spiral arms. Not sure about other hot spot, #merger ?
The stars have strong rings too. Any other opinions?
White area is too thick. Lenses are thinnner.
agree, quite pretty, with #dust_lane
I think quasar points are brighter. Any other opinions?
#fuzz, a spiral
too fuzzy, it is a spiral galaxy
I think it is an orange star, though sometimes it is hard to see the difference, so chance alignment
too faint to see or use right now.
yes, green for hot hydrogen.
maybe green quasar, but not lensed, maybe cosmic ray hit.
at 5, two bright spots - maybe arcs, or maybe barred galaxy star-forming spots where the spiral arms join. Should be looked at.
They look like stars, similar to others nearby, quasars are brighter.
probably a distant spiral, but adjoining image would help
chance alignment, too dim to be quasar points
The galaxy seems to have bright red spiral arms?, or is it just the imaging?
I had to find a better screen to look at this. The bright blue object beside the galaxy is either a star or a quasar. They look similar.
If it is a quasar, it is not lensed, just an overlap. The galaxy seems to have red spiral arms, or is it just the imaging.
the arc should bend around the galaxy.
I think chance alignment of galaxies with a star.
looks fuzzy and star-forming
The arc is too thick in comparison to the size of the galaxy.
There are many faint artifacts brought into the image when it is cleaned up. Best not to look at small details.
bright! Are there lots of star clusters around it?
4 orange stars in our galaxy. Maybe formed in the same nebula, they look like quadruplets.
I .think a distant galaxy
All stars, in #overlap I think
I would be an overlap, because stars don't bend space enough to be seen in this study.
Yes, light can be dimmed when it has to travel though part of a galaxy. These don't look like quasar points, which are bright and small.
Looked hopeful at first. But no symmetry around nucleus of orange points. Two orange stars and a white star, right over the nucleus.
I think I would just say it is the imaging making the blue ring. Annoying, isn't it.
Scientist anupreeta said that the galaxy is too close, which means that the lens can't focus, and we can't see lensing.
Not much curve to the arcs, but it should be looked at. @anupreeta
I agree with Capella05 from 23 days ago, that this is not a lens.
If you look down the comments list, you will see that you were the first to comment a month ago. Congratulations.
as anupreeta said a month ago, seems like faint arcs.. worth investigating further
I think it is a blue blob which looks straighter because the CCD collection camera makes an #artifact going through it.
nice #barred_spiral with two overlapping red stars
left of centre: arcs are too big relative to the size of the galaxy
yes, anupreeta says it is very nice.
weird spiral arms they don't look right. #lens or #merger ?
JasonJason took up your suggestion and modeled it, and considered it possible. Thank you to JJ and yourself.
The orange disc is not fuzzy, so I think it is a star and a well placed #overlap
Possible #brown_dwarf near orange star near margin at 5:30 Small and deep red.
fuzzy and same colour as parent galaxy, so #satellite_galaxies
I think orange star, smaller orange star or galaxy, but the blue "arc" is too thick.
blue star #overlap yellow galaxy
Under the collect button looks good. Middle left I think is a #star-forming #nuclear_ring
I think the white-blue blob in front of the deep blue spiral arms in an overlap, but let's get another opinion. @anupreeta ?
The two quasar points must be the same colour
possible #one-armed_spiral possible #voorwerpje
looks like #overlap of three different galaxies and a star, blue patch doesn't curve, though as you say, seeing past the edge would help
If the scientists think that it is a lens candidate, it will be imaged with Hubble and a spectrum taken, in several years.
I think two #satellite_galaxies they are the same colour as the parent galaxy
I think some of the blue rings are camera #artifacts
slightly #ringed_galaxy to me, but c_cld may find more
chance alignment by red stars
The marks are diffraction spikes, caused by optics. The red things are artifacts from overexposure by the bright star.
Thank you for posting link to the Hubble image, c_cld. The arcs are so narrow in the Hubble image! Added to #SA72 in #CFHTLS
put on #CFHTLS list
Thank you for the Hubble image c_cld. I added your link to #SA63
maybe a #merger ?
It is a blue star with diffraction spikes, and poor alignment of the blue filter image.
light blue fuzz, so blue spiral arms
unusual pink, lensing galaxy looks wrong, but I can't explain it, except as a chance alignment. @anupreeta ?
Thank you for your explanation, Anupreeta.
It has been put on the list to be looked at. Good work on finding objects like this.
light blue and fuzzy, so star-forming
I can't decide. Anyway, there is no hint of a counter-arc, which is needed for the modeling.
11 too dim, quasars are brighter, 12 no curve in arc
simple overlap by a star. No lens
See discussion in Science>The objects>Slide Search
#overlap by blue star
Fuzzy and poorly positioned, but an edge-on spiral should be looked at.
There is a bit of red on the underside. Maybe it should be looked at.
the colours of both should be the same
Variable star, unlensed quasar, quasar lensing a galaxy behind it. It should be looked at.
dim stars don't have refraction points, they are round. I could think of many things, which it might be.
I think they are too fuzzy, but it is a lovely alignment, so maybe they should be looked at.
An interesting point: It is the SE corner, not SW, because you are looking up at the sky facing south, not looking at a map.
quasar points are bright
lower left looks fuzzy
It wouldn't be a strong lens. We need an arc on both sides in order to weigh the galaxy.
I will guess elliptical galaxy with a distant blue galaxy shining through the outer portions.
Slow moving #asteroid or (nearly) geostationary satellite seen in red and blue filters.
yellow galaxy near center, blue points not bright enough to be quasars. Orange,overlap. Blue, overlap.
Probably 800,000 light-years away!
orange galaxy behind/in front of the blue galaxy/lens? The nucleus is the wrong colour to be a fuzzball. Should be looked at.
The green knots ? are areas of strong #star_formation
Please see The colours of lensing and lensed galaxies
doesn't look like an arc
A bit dark, but should be looked at.
faint #edge-on but should be looked at
I think satellite galaxies, quasars are brighter
#overlap by red stars
#star-forming at 2
two stars, and I don't see an arc
yellow quasar (not lensed) at 12 ? But I can see galaxy around it. yellows are too far away for that.
distant red galaxy?
It should be looked at. Also the blue arc under yellow in center right
I think orange stars, they are not bright enough to be quasers
#overlap by star
It isn't really arc shaped
Did you mark the arcs, not the centre galaxy?
It should be looked at
I don't know. It should be looked at. #redarc ?
A candidate lens will take several years to photographed with Hubble, and its spectral chart taken, and then it is a real lens.
Not sure, any opinions? Is it a star at 3 or a galaxy.
See the slow moving #asteroid at 9
maybe, though it is very light blue
funny blue areas aren't they
Seems too light blue, but a ring like that should be looked at.
Light blue, so star-forming, I think. Anyone else?
the quasar points must be the same colour. Wonderful #ringed_galaxy though.
I'm not sure. Any other opinions? Fuzzy, looks star-forming but more distinct.
Peculiar! with possible arc underneath.
light blue colour, so I think star-forming
Blue patch is light blue, so probably star-formation. If counter-arc, I'd be more hopeful.
The lower arm of stars will probably fall back into the merger.
I wish it were, but I think #star-forming
😃 Copyright Zooniverse ha ha
X-shaped galaxy, merger of two barred galaxies, each bar still working,
also in http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0004j4q
bad sim 😃
It is faint but maybe, as long as it's not a star, it has a pink star colour.
small and fuzzy, but maybe
assuming one is nearly buried in the galaxy?
and the counter-arc is inside the galaxy?
#redarc has symmetry on both side. It should get looked at.
This image is not a sim
Galaxies are 3 look normal
#overlap, no curving
not much curivng
too short to be arcs, too dim to be quasars
😃 ha ha
@c_cld, candidate lens, how do you know?
no curve to arc
probably a bit of galaxy that came off during a merger.
middle, star overlap white galaxy. I can't see a quasar, which are very bright.
blue star overlapping white galaxy. Purple spots are too far away to be arcs.
top left-bright blue star overlap. Bottom left, arcs would be brighter
a lens would be brighter than this. peculiar shape though
too short to be an arc
not sure, but I think distant spiral galaxy #fuzzball
Long thin lines are artifacts of the clean-up process. The images are very different before and after. Blue spot a overlap
I think spiral + overlap of blue
too dim to be quasars
no curve, so overlap
Triangle galaxy. #double_nucleus, so #merger ?, pink spot maybe AGN cloud?
I think they are all overlaps, but a a remarkable collection.
I think they are all overlaps
Been seeing a few of these #blue_beads. Might be overlap by a galaxy fragment.
fuzzy bits, so distant spiral
I think chance alignment of stars
weird little #star-forming spiral
Same colour as main galaxy, so satellites
blue arc is too dim
I think nearby irregular galaxy overlapping an elliptical.
same as http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0004i94
I thought I had seen it before. same as http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW0004hyd
no, ordinary spiral galaxy with star-forming aread
Mark the arcs, not the center of the galaxy
they are not arcing around the galaxy very much.
A lot of green light around the nucleus of the #edge-on. should be looked at.
I think quasars would be brighter than than, even distant red ones.
Ooh nice. An arc by 3.14etc seems rather fitting. It should be looked at. #redarc
3 arcs. one counter-arc (dark blue). On the other side, one big arc with a minimum, so it is really 2 arcs.
3 arcs. Small counter-arc + 2 arcs with a minimum between them) See Spagetti Modeler
Yes, disturbed galaxy
doesn't curve quite right,but maybe affected by a mass somewhere.
Nice blue dot, but we need a matching pair.
Such disappointment ! star #overlap
extreme star-forming? It should be looked at.
alien abduction 😃
Glad a scientist has seen it.
Can an arc curve too much? seems large fit for galaxy. Should be looked at.
dim and doesn't curve around galaxy
Your FITS link just gives me a page of numbers and letters, as I don't have FITS. Is there something in Help about getting FITS?
"dust cloud" doesn't overlap nucleus, #voorwerp , #voorwerpje emitted from AGN?
need two quasar points for a lens
Not sure, but should be looked at.
11, faint blue artifact
It should be looked at, though might be overlap
It doesn't curve very much, but has a possible counter-arc? It should be looked at.
I would expect lensed quasars to be brighter.
too fuzzy, I think
too fuzzy to be a lens arc
It is a star, not a galaxy
The bright blue blobs (under the collect button)
not enough curve to be an arc
Interesting, #double_quasar ? should be looked at.
#artifact "film overexposure"
should be brighter to be an arc
buried ring? I don't think so, arcs would be more obvious.
Nice clean blue, though no counter-arc. Still should get looked at.
nice blue arc though no counter-arc, it should be looked at
I think central object is a star, so it would be an #overlap
I don't know. Group of 5 stars?
quasars points are bright discs, these are fuzzy blue #star-forming
try placing the marks at a distance then dragging them in.
#fuzzball, a spiral galaxy
I don't trust anything in training image.
lens usually brighter
I think star-forming
#CFHTLS thank you c_cld
#bright object in middle left
quasars are brighter, don't you think?
I think star-forming spiral and an overlapping quasar?
I think quasars would be brighter
quasars would be brighter
I just don't trust training images.
the two dim blue dots? Quasars are brighter
blue dots are too dim to be quasars and too short to be arcs.
star, but I don't know what is around it.
white galaxy #overlap red galaxy
two stars overlapping a red galaxy
unusual blip I don't know
#CFHTLS Thank you JasonJason
fuzzy and light blue
#overlap doesn't describe it !
Here is a choice another 6 round green things that it could be.
#star-forming doesn't quite describe it.
#sim more like Einstein ring even though not complete,
small, but maybe should be looked at
@tashipoo do you mean the thick orange ring in the large elliptical orange galaxy? I think artifact.
unusually bright. I wish we could look it up.
Left of center is a star. Not sure about 2, maybe #star-forming?
arcs don't curve much, do they
bright yellow nucleus at 12:30, wrong colour for nearby quasar, #buriedring ?
two red stars
nice colour, but shape not right
fuzzy, #tidal_trail but lovely shell galaxy in middle
Might be chance alignment. There is another to top right, without a galaxy. Should be looked at.
too fuzzy, though I wondered if a #redarc
only one, need two for #double_quasar
top left, #fuzzball, 8 chance alignment
artifact, the colour balance is too red.
overlap of two galaxies. An arc would be dark blue, and would curve around the galaxy.
overlap by orange star
#filter error and star is #overexposed, which happens on these images
too small and fuzzy
There is half a purple #buriedring arc there. Should be looked at. How did you see that?
too light blue, I think #star-formation
fuzzy, I think #ringed_galaxy
also #buried ring (or #nuclear_ring, or #quasar) halfway to 10, two blue arcs around deep orange galaxy
Two red stars? or quasars? I think I will guess stars.
@tashipoo, can you describe this exactly, size, location, etc.
Too faint to be quasar points, too short to be arcs. They look like the pale blue fuzzy blobs nearby, so #overlap,
I think overlap, quasars would be brighter and arcs would be bigger.
Both 5 and upper center should be looked at.
Nice deep blue. I wonder if scientist can find the counter-arc? Should be looked at.
Should be looked at.
#overlap, I think
fuzzy I think
Too faint to be quasar points
a bit dim and fuzzy, I think
fuzzy, I think #star-forming
Both true, and a #simfail. A spiral would be expected to show lensing only when seen edge-on, when we see warped space near the nucleus.
#sim I got excited for a minute.
It is so bright it is hard to know. @c_cld , can you see anything?
#sim , #training_image of an #Einstein Cross of a quasar lens 4 times to be a #quad.
I think satellite galaxies, fuzzy.
Bright. Quasar in the center of it's galaxy? Not lensed, because I only see one of them.
Looks like an overlap of distant galaxies and several stars.
I think arcs would be a darker blue.
Looks like two red stars overlapping an orange galaxy.
Picasso's idea of a Happy Face
If you mean the purple and orange thing beside the red star, I vote #fuzzball a distant spiral.
I don't see a large orange ring on this computer though. I could go to another one.
Possible it is a large thin arc which this telescope doesn't have the resolution to see properly. It may need Hubble. Is that it?
I can see a thin blue smudge from centre to about 11:30, curving around the orange galaxy cluster at about a distance of 12".
two red stars, and several overlapped distant blue galaxies
Not bright enough to be quasars, are not arcs, so I think chance alignment.
Confusion of overlaps, I think
Nice, even though there is no counter-arc. Should be looked at.
light blue so #star-forming
Thank you, for my collection of C's
light blue, so #star-forming
Maybe too light blue? Other opinions? Interesting tiny arc on orange galaxy just below center.
Maybe, but there are so many dark blue spots on this image, it might be an overlap.
#SA40 #CFHTLS known lens candidate
Not lensed galaxies because no arc shape, and not a lensed quasar, because not bright
chance alignment, I think. Nice #spiral
Something bright, quasar or white dwarf. overlap?
too faint to be quasars points
too light blue and fuzzy, but interesting
#double_quasar? It should be looked at
fuzzy, but strange green colour
also, red disc is a star, galaxies are more orange
too light blue and fuzzy
Yep! too straight
light blue and fuzzy
I'm sure we will eventually get Dashboard in Talk.
arcs going in wrong direction.
There should be a matched pair of quasars on each side.
not sure, a #tidal_stream ?
Looks like I am out-voted 😃
I think satellite galaxies, but it should be looked at.
#overlap. Specular #merger at 1
I vote overlap, but I'd rather be wrong. It should be looked at.
#fuzzball. Look at the distant dark red spiral with orange nucleus at 8
binary star, pink colour indicates one is blue and one is red. Galaxies have greenish areas of #star-formation
light blue, I'd say overlap
Bright blue, should be looked at.
Might it be a nebula in our galaxy with a supernova remnant bubble?
Quasars are usually brighter
below centre, blue arc looks too thick to be a lens
red star and distant blue galaxies overlap?
faint and light blue, I'd say overlap
not sure, is complex, I'll put it on the list on let the scientists decide.
light blue, #star-forming
maybe satellite galaxies
Good blue and nice curve. Too bad there is no counter-arc. Should be looked at anyway
or maybe #AGN_cloud, but should be looked at since it is an #edge-on
or #AGN_cloud. Should be looked at
different colours on each side, #overlap
#artifact happens sometimes
hugs the galaxy too well, light blue, I'd say #star-forming
not sure, they don't look like quasars points
bright #fuzzball I think
Very white, I say #star-forming
I vote #star-forming, blue ring in seen on angle like galaxy
possible galaxy with active nucleus #AGN
maybe, or may be an #AGN_cloud.It should be looked at.
good shape, but light blue instead of dark purple blue, #star-forming , but I would love to be wrong
#star-forming , lenses tend to have a purple hue. It would be interesting to see this better.
#fuzzball a distant spiral
#fuzzball a distant spiral, but you are right, it is weird
too faint and small, lenses strengthen and magnify
quasars are brighter and
Too far from galaxy to be quad quasar, also galaxy doesn't look massive.
I vote #star-forming, but it is nice
Maybe lens would a brighter blue
#fuzzball ? lens would be brighter
star, distant galaxies are more orange
Did someone say popcorn!? I heard it all the way over in discussion.
There is no access to any information now, maybe later.
doesn't curve, I think #overlap of an orange galaxy
#overlap by a small white star
Bright green object is a star. You can tell because it has spikes.
#double_quasar coincides with a line of bad pixels. May be an #artifact
I think #artifact, too, maybe cosmic ray hits that were not cleaned up from the image.
#overlap ? Light blue and fuzzy
#artifact ? other galaxies have a blue blip in their top right corner
Several darks spots near nucleus, too.
Might be an Active Galactic Nucleus (AGN.) It better not be an unlabelled sim.
White #arc in #edge-on ? Might be a galaxy with an active nucleus (ie it is eating stars), which is still extremely interesting.
It should be looked at. A spectral chart will easily tell the difference.
Too wide and light coloured, a #fuzzball
Hard to tell, a bit light coloured, but it should be looked at.
Not fuzzy. It should be looked at. Need the other side for modelling though.
#edge-on (elliptical?) with white #buriedring at 4. I think I have seen this before in another image. It should be looked at.
Arcs are too short and fuzzy
This should be looked at.
It should be looked at.
Brighter stars create spikes
#quasar ? (not lensed) the bright "star" at the top middle.
#shell galaxy ?, made from a high speed collision. The culprit is doing a getaway below the image.
Blue #buriedring inside fuzzy ring of #ringed_galaxy at 7, or #star-forming
not sure, fuzzy and no counter-arc
Overlap by white galaxy?
I hope it is not a star! Interesting red around small purple galaxy at 4.30
Nearby edge-on galaxy
Broken CCD . Line of bad pixels near left margin.
The white galaxy is closer to us than to the orange galaxy. (My guess, without doing the calculations)
Not sure if it is a buried ring, which I would expect to be red or blue in an orange galaxy. Not sure about blue fuzz.
7 oclock might be, should be looked at
2 oclock, #merger ? result of high speed collision, a #shell galaxy, might be lenses in there too. I see some #orange_arcs.
rare X-shaped galaxy? Wonderful! #merger of two barred galaxies, each still has their own bar working.
quite nice, must be looked at. Too bad there is a colour problem so the lens has a red face.
two stars, one white and blue
I don't know if these are quasar points, overlaps or underlaps.
#bar with #nuclear_ring #star-formation. Relaxing.
both #arc and #counter-arc ?
Purple areas around small orange galaxy, halfway between center and 1 oclock
Possible edge-on but would be nice to find one. The objects on each side look like stars, though.
a close lens, almost buried
possible #edge-on lensed quasar, though the objects look a bit too dim.
Two arcs, one blue, one red. Either not a lens or is an new type of lens.
Looks like a sim but isn't
strange configuration, maybe several lensing events?
hard to tell, but it should be looked at.
e. Lets start a discussion.http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/boards/BSW0000004/discussions/DSW00006i7
Hot hydrogen is green at z<0.02. see http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=277142.0.
spectacular #merger The satellite galaxy swung round, falling apart as it goes.
looks promising. Also an #asteroid red, green and blue images as it moves.
So maybe #artifact ?
Some small galaxies ( peas ) are green and could make green arcs, but they would be about the same distance as this galaxy, so not behind it
green_arc? Quasars can be green, but they don't make arcs.
Should be looked at. Shows promise. Excellent crayoning.
Massive orange cluster - I wonder if I see two purple arcs. They are far out, about 10" from the centre of the cluster on the left and right
or less possible, a galactic jet from the nucleus (not visible) is spraying a nearby galaxy and heating it up. #AGNcloud
Either a distant red galaxy is shining though the arms of the spiral,
I wouldn't want to live there.
I would think that a pink lensed quasar at z=1.5 would be very bright. These might be stars, but both are the same colour?
Thin lines are often the result of the cleanup process. These images are heavily processed. Could it be that?
spiral arms, they look fuzzy and dim. Galaxy is interesting pink, might be active.
Blue arc is smooth.
Very straight. Overlap of orange galaxy? Should be looked at though.
Overlap by white star just to lower left of nucleus?
a bit fuzzy
White dwarf stars would be dark blue, I think a pulsar would be dark blue too.
Chance alignment of several blue stars and the white galaxy?
#buriedring around galaxy at 2? I would like to see other yellow galaxies to see if it is an artifact.
The orange spot may be an orange galaxy shining through the white galaxies disc without being lensed very much, counter image needed.
#star-forming area around nucleus
Thin blue arc buried near nucleus? Not centered, but maybe there are multiple lenses.
Overlapping blue star in our galaxy? These images are heavily processed and sometimes two close objects seem to change shape.
#irregular galaxy, prizewinning!
#star-forming , but cute
Pink? Lensed red galaxy? An AGN-illuminated cloud? A nearby binary star (blue+red)
Wow! fractal galaxies? Lens echoes?
#artifact. We can see galaxies big enough to be a lens. If the galaxies are further away, we can't see them in visible light.
lens? or overlap of distant orange galaxy by nearby blue
#fuzzball Nice #edge-on with #dust_lanes at 8
Two tiny white arcs on the merging galaxy. Wrong colour for star formation, but possibly some sort of #nuclear_ring ?
What a #dimsim of a buried ring . Congratulations, they didn't fool you.
Overexposed star. It has star spikes
arc in bottom right corner? Also tadpole galaxies with active nucleus #merger
overlap or lensing? and what about the white fuzz under the galaxy a bit closer to the center. 3 o'clock
Nice #arc ? I don't see it on the list.
Might be #overlap, it is fuzzy. Strange star on left. variable?
Unusual white or blue on one side.
I am looking for it on anupreeta's list.
#star-forming to me
A refreshing treat! Thank you, pi
A #barred galaxy. Looks like 2 bars.
Counter-arc missing, so I'm not concerned yet. 😃
Empty lens - only one example found yet, of a quadified quasar around a galaxy redshifted into the infrared. I should do a discussion on it
Wonderful star-forming arms on the little spiral.
I think #star-forming during #merger , because colour is light blue and fuzzy. Very nice, there is a PhD for someone in that.
Sorry, I don't see a quasar. At this redshift, they are a red-blue colour.
Hard to tell. I would mark it anyway. It could be a #buriedring
Barred spirals often get these blue spots where the bars join to the nucleus, and are mistaken for lenses.
Fantastic #barred spiral. It would make a nice image if we could get rid of the glare from the star.
The blue bits of the galaxy are areas of star formation #star-forming
They are the same yellow colour as the main galaxy. Lensed galaxies are different colours.
white fuzz beside orange galaxy at 6
yellow star overlapping a galaxy? Orange galaxy has strange "arms?"
There seems to be a hint of a counter-arc.
I would rather say #buriedring It could also be a #nuclear_ring which is a ring of star formation close to the nucleus caused by bars.
Something unbalanced about it.
Possibly a quasar, not lensed though.
Should we say the l word? Possible amazing lens or chance alignment. Can't decide if objects are round.
Pink nucleus, active galaxy?
This is faint, too faint to say much.
Possibly a overlap white star and blue star, I know blue star is not round, but processing sometimes changes shape of close objects.
oreground is a star, star overlapping galaxy, or three stars. Funny pink colour of stars,
Distant elliptical z about 0.6
It is best not to look at such small details. They may be real, or they may be artifacts from the clean-up process they'll drive you crazy.
At 11:30, yellow galaxy, one arc below and one above.
I thought no, then I marked it anyway, turned out to be a sim.
it must be up at the top right?
Only one side, best to have an arc on other side, too
strange magenta colour, maybe an #AGN active galactive nucleus
might be chance alignment
Where is our "red-eye" corrector?
weird thing. let's mark it #redarc, just in case
red in nucleus usually indicates hot hydrogen and an active nucleus (ie eating)
a buried ring is a when the light from the lensed galaxy is buried in the light of the lensing galaxy, close by the nucleus
I would go with #merger of two galaxies
vote chance alignment
Possible complete #Einsten_ring ?Faint, but looks interesting. right click and open in a new tab to view
That looks like a #lens it has two bright arcs, (and no fuzz!) small, would take Hubble to look at it.
#overlap #edge-on wonderful
Half a ring, no evidence of counter-arc, curves too much. Maybe #star-formation, but magnificent. I would mark it anyway.
Might as well give the asterism a name, tashipoo's circlet? Also, nice heavily #barred spiral maybe #double_nucleus.
one of those #fuzzball s, probably a spiral
It would be nice to navigate to see what is next door.
A #merger there is bright fuzz around both. Blue galaxies may be a chance alignment.
The red on the left side of the galaxies is misalignment of when the images were stacked. Every white galaxy on this image has some.
I vote chance alignment myself. I don't think it curves enough. But I would rather be wrong.
I'm not sure, the blue ring disappears when I magnify the image.
Well I vote for #Einstein_ring. Maybe it is an unlabelled sim.
I don't suppose arcs can be green. Quasars can be green, but not arcs. Really looks like a quasar in the nucleus, with the star type of halo
doesn't quite curve enough
#asteroid , I think. They move fast enough to move between the green, red and blue exposures.
probably both. A magnificent barred spiral.
a bit fuzzy perhaps.
Possible at 2:30. Also, something behind the collect sign. Right click and open a new tab to view.
very bright blue, possible?
Not lens, but I don't know what it is. A quasar maybe?
blue spiral arms, I think
Interesting #buried_ring at 8, possible #red_arc too. Other is a distant spiral #fuzzball
Impressive #merger blue areas of intense star formation in arms. Right click to open new tab to view
#blue_arc near the yellow galaxy. It would be nice.
Nice blue areas, I wish I could see it better
Looks like a yellow elliptical with an orange galaxy and a possible overlapping yellow star
Maybe quasars should be brighter?
It is probably rotating or tumbling out of control, because it briefly reflected a lot more light in the middle of the image.
It is moving fast, it went across the image when the green filter was used in less than 30 minutes, probably in a second.
Red arc unfortunately is near a star. I suppose red arc is an orange galaxy.
Blue arc-possibly, we need more resolution.
11 - might be an overlap, I can't see a counter-arc 11:30 purple arc, so nice, but must be an overlap
The #edge-on is impressive! @anupreeta @drphilmarshall comment please
Maybe the arc is a lens around #Dark_Matter . Lets pester @Tom_Collett or @anupreeta 😃
blue image not aligned with red and green. #artifact
We can check when the filters are avaialble on Talk. I'm not sure if I am imagining it.
I'm not sure if I agree with myself. The "blue spiral" could be a lens itself.
possibly SA5? doesn't look quite the same.
Could be an elliptical overlapping a blue spiral.
Another painted over lens? I can't see underneath to see what known lens it is.
Interesting blue spots.
The two stars are slightly different colours. But it is so nice.
Candidate (or #ringed_galaxy) #CFHTLS list
Another sim in a known lens candidate image 😦 !
Another known lens candidate, scribbled over by a #sim. 😦
right click to open image in a new tab to see it.
See Galaxy Zoo forum Wow What's that? for some images of nebulae http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=276702.0
No, it looks like a "nearby" #irregular galaxy.
They are round, so I think they look like stars. Sorry we seem to be missing the posts in the middle of our night.
The should be something in the centre for it to be a lens.
Big one is interesting - probably two #edge-on spirals merging, poorly aligned arms, X-shaped nucleus (with imagination) #dust_lanes
the one above? orange with white on each side.
hard to know
It would be a complicated lens there mate.
Hmm, it is bright, but it doesn't curve much?
#SA9 #CFHTLS Thanks mitch
7 o'clock, is that a star with something nearby?
stacking of images not properly aligned #artifact
Not the same colour, they don't match
Too fuzzy to be lensed galaxies, I think
#tidal_trail , same colour and texture as the galaxy. A beautiful arc though
Probably spiral #fuzzball
Are those two quasars (not lensed) shining near the red star at 4?
I can't find which lens it is.
Some overlapping stars, I think
#tidal_trail, it is the same colour and texture as the galaxy
It would be nice to navigate over to it.
an orange star maybe?
It has spikes so probably a star, so not a lens for the purpose of this study.
They might be two quasars, but they are not the same colour.
#red_arc , poorly centred, near orange galaxy lower center.
Great! #SA32 #CFHTLS
Many of the stars have artifacts in their top left corner. Images not correctly stacked?
#edge-on at 4, two orange stars which I would like to image as double quasar, too far away from galaxy, I thought we should have a edge-on
#double_quasar on edge at 4. or orange stars.
fuzzy #edge-on at 9 o'clock
pink arc but not bendy enough?
smallest #double_quasar ? too fuzzy? 1oclock
overexposure #artifact I think of a double star
Yay, another for #CFHTLS list. Another nice image of a candidate ruined by a sim 😦
It looks like a star-forming area, but I would mark it anyway.
I hope it is one, but the image needs more resolution.
only one sim per image, or else I get cofnuesd. There should be
is the arc and counter-arc around the orange galaxy cluster a sim or real??
not much curving going on with either, I'd say overlap.
I'd rather be wrong, of course 😃
9 o'clock #edge-on It doesn't have the intensity of a lens, but I think it should be marked anyway.
I can see a blue ring in the blue area. If we had a spectrum, we could see if the blue was unusual.
I think it is too fuzzy, probably a spiral #fuzzball
Top one is probably a distant spiral with blue arms, I would expect an arc to be brighter. Lower down is probably a star overlapping.
Hard to say, #tidal_arm as result of #merger? or arc?
The blue outlines are annoying, probably the air was windier when the blue filter was used?
Not sure. There are similar-looking stars in the area.
There is a possible arc and hint of counter-arc, though an unusual shape. Galaxy looks like a quasar.
Hard to say, maybe an #overlap of an orange galaxy over a blue galaxy.
Maybe, though it is fuzzy like a galaxy. Probably #overlap
It is very round, so probably a red star overlapping a blue galaxy. It looks like the other red stars nearby.
#tidal_trail , stars being pulled away by a collision or merger. Quite spectacular, another good one for Hubble to look at sometime.
top right? maybe a trans-neptunian object, moving slowly through the exposures.
If the blue part is an edge-on galaxy, shouldn't the AGN part be green or red?
Maybe we should look at it with Hubble. Maybe someone already has. ...if only we had the co-ordinates...
The green things are cosmic ray hits that were not cleaned out of the picture. They are most common at the edges.
The lens might be green from the light from the star above the picture.
I think I remember this one, too.
It looks so nice, it has to be an #artefact. Maybe a double star (blue+yellow) overlapping a galaxy? I would mark it though.
A #polar_ring ?
I don't know. Either a magnificent lens with arcs up to 15" away, or bits fallen off a shredding galaxy out of the picture to the left.
3 o'clock probably #shell_galaxy , two circling galaxies throwing off #tidal_trails. Mark anyway.
I think blue galaxy,
#ringed_galaxy ? It is hard to know.
It is only a candidate. I think that it is the arm that is missing from the blue galaxy directly above it. I'd rather be wrong.
An unusual shape is made if there are 2 lensing galaxies.
I wasn't fooled by this #sim 😃 ! . Double white quasar buried in yellow galaxy at 3.
Looks like superman 😃 Probably overlap.
It may be too fuzzy, but I would mark it. #fuzzball
#SA72 #CFHTLS Why isn't it labelled "known lens candidate"?
free floating lens? supernova remnant? artifact?
looks like an "@" 😃
Yes, another one! #SA5 #CFHTLS
It would be the sort of lens that a computer search would miss.
Looks like a rotifer (microscopic organism) 😃
Not sure, but it is a massive galaxy. maybe a #fuzzball I would mark it. #ringed_galaxy at top.
I can't see it on the list of known candidates.
Those #artefact s make the job harder!
The large galaxy has a #tidal_stream and clumps of #star-formation
#fuzzball at 3:30
It is just a bright star, which overloads the CCD sensors.
I think edge-on galaxy with blue arms
A #double , they might be stars
An #artefact, but I don't know what kind. Tumbling satellite that only appeared durng the red exposure?
At 1, not sure. At 8, both arcs should be the same colour.
Overlap by stars, nice #spiral though
Both arcs should be the same colour
very small and confused
I think #overlap
Orange with pink fuzz around it. don't know #fuzzball ?
Maybe a #variable_star ? not sure. Blue ring.
Two blue arcs? Not sure.
Yes,interesting galaxy with strange spiral arms.
Yes, a blue ring around the nucleus.
That is a strange blue ring.
Small blue bits on the galaxy. It is hard to tell because it is so small and under the star halo.
It is a spiral galaxy, and several overlapping blue stars.
Yes, the quasars shoudld be a pair.
That is a poor sim, #simfail
#edge-on is interesting. You can't re-classify, but you can post in Talk, which is what you did.
I think I would go with #ringed_galaxy
unusual, isn't it?
Looks like blue spiral arms.
at 9 o'clock? quad quasars must be the same colour
Overlap by stars. If it was a lens, they should be the same colour.
11 #disturbed_galaxy ? 1 strange shaped galaxy
disturbed galaxy due to #merger #tidal_trail
Ok, I am convinced. I'm removing the # from the post, and the list.
I agree #merger
Good, and I don't see it on the lens list
another view of #SA63 in #CFHTLS http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW00056pq
SA63 on CFHTLS list. It looks different to the other view http://talk.spacewarps.org/#/subjects/ASW00056pq
A spectrograph can identify each, but spectroscopy is expensive, so we must guess.
Or, it may be an orange galaxy lensing a distant blue quasar, but the blue "stars" should be brighter.
Or... it may be an orange galaxy overlapping a more distant blue galaxy, with very little lensing taking place.
The orange galaxy with blue on each side may be an edge-on spiral galaxy. The blue is the spiral arms. The orange is the nucleus.
Or maybe an slow moving #asteroid ?
middle great! #merger , bottom maybe merging galaxies threw bits off as they spun around and merged? A guess.
Not sure it is so small and fuzzy
#star-forming , I think
two orange stars, double stars or possible #binary_star , very nice.
can't see it on anupreeta's list of candidates.Let us watch out for the other half.
I would have expected more bending, and less fuzziness, but I would mark it.
hidden under collect sign, pretend to start discussion so I can see it, I don't think so.
I would mark it, though they don't look bright enough to be quasar points, as you say. maybe arcs
bottom left, not an arc around green star, coincidence. Top right, I see only orange galaxies, no arcs or quasar points.
There were some similar blue ones, must be an #artefact Pure red green or blue ususally are. Voorwerp is nearly pure blue, but not quite.
Galaxy Zoo forum OOTD Fri Aug 6 2010 http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=278104.msg484210#msg484210
A lensing_quasar ? that is rare, but I remember reading about one.
Left of centre red galaxy with arc on right and star on left. I thought the arcs were too far away, so didn't click on it.
Wonderful, I have added it to the list. It looks different to anupreeta's image, doesn't it.
Red star with nebula? at 10
#artifact probably a cosmic ray cut out and no background filled in.
Black hole, of course they are not visible like this in our images. But look in the top right corner. 😃
I think overlap by star, but it does have a curve to it. It would need a look by Hubble to be sure.
I think star overlap, but always best to mark it. nice #ringed_galaxy on right
#buried ring I think there is a blue #artifact line going through the image just there. nice #merger
#buriedlens not sure. pretty galaxy top left.
An orange star overlapping blue galaxy? Star is not diffuse like a galaxy, and is not warping the galaxy
Looks great. Not on CFHTLS list.The nearby galaxy would have confused the ARCfinding software.
Head-scratchers all over the place.
The galaxy has spikes, so it is a star. The blue star might still be a quasar though, just not lensed.
Not sure, too small to be arcs, are they bright enough to be a quasar?
Not sure which you mean. I like the one at 9 o'clock, three #green_arc and maybe a blue.
It is #CFHTLS #SA57 How do I get rid of this large font?
Hi, the quasars should all be the same colour
great #barred_spiral on left
I think they are three stars.
worth looking at
not a sim?
It doesn't say training image. Is classification not working right?
#ringed_galaxy ? Supernova remnant is possible.
I suppose it is a coincidence
I see a few of these. May be a lens, though probably a spiral with orange nucleus and blue arms. I suggest the label #fuzzball
Guess..Maybe a satellite present only during the blue filter exposure, the 30min exposure was interrupted at some stage.
I looked at it, thought about 20 min and couldn't decide. Thought maybe Capella05 might have inspiration.
top mid left? not sure where you mean. Middle, I see a pink and a white star.
Right is a star, which doesn't warp space enough for this study. Not sure about top.
faint red #arc (or artifact) just below middle of image, 10" away from nearest orange galaxy
Irregular galaxies are too disorganized to have spiral arms.
I missed this one. I should have recognized "sim blue" when I saw it.
I agonized over this #sim, was it a sim lens or what it a blue spiral arm. I went for the spiral arm, and was wrong.
Shell galaxy created by high speed collision, produces this characteristic angel shape.
#fuzzball at 10 and a possible pink quasar (unlensed) on far left
#fuzzball my name for a small fuzzy object which is probably not a lens but not sure
Have you looked through Phil Marshall's thread in Science?
I thought it looked squashed. I'm don't know much about buried rings. I suppose I could so a search, but we are all learning here too.
red galaxy with something overlapping to make an apparent curve
star #overlap galaxy
Not surebut I think they are stars with lot of fuzz around them.
an inevitable #merger
textbook closed 2-armed #spiral
Right side peculiar star, maybe it overlaps on orange galaxy. Left probably double star.
galaxy is a disk, looks like a star?
#edge-on. RAMA an spaceship?
maybe too fuzzy?
Dashboard doesn't work with internet explorer, and isn't on Talk yet.
I could imagine a red #quad, maybe.
and a #fuzzball at the bottom
What a strange bright arc-y type thing. At first I thought overlap by star. It should be looked at.
11: possible binary star (very cute! I'll collect that), 2 : stars don't have lenses, 4 : stars don't have lenses, but put there to fool us
What is the red thing? Maybe 2 orange stars, rather than galaxies, which are fuzzier. But what is it?
The curve of the blue bit doesn't seem centered on the galaxy.
There can be two lensing events in the same lens, so you can get different colours. But each colour should be balanced on the other side.
Yes, that looks good. Also a #fuzzball at 10.
I think it is a #star-forming area, as the galaxy is deformed with a #tidal_stream
I would go for #star-forming and #merger. What a wonderful group! But I wouldn't like to live there.
#tidal_stream ? quite magnificant. Probably too fuzzy and not quite the right bending to be a lens.
Not very ring-shaped either. 😃
Not a sim. I wonder what it is.
Why does the the quad around the yellow galaxy in upper centre have only three ? Maybe overlapping stars?
I think #spiral_arm, but I would rather be wrong
very nice #arc
I think that looks very interesting #edge-on
What a peculiar #red_elliptical the sim chose to decorate!
#dimsim tested the lowest threshold level?
Probably a distant spiral, #fuzzball let us continue in discussion
#fuzzball 8 o'clock
Maybe a #variable_star ? , maybe a close binary, the blue one variable, white is not ?
Probably a star with a #nebula that the computer has chosen to paste the lens onto.
That is peculiar because there is no yellow in these images. #asteroid ?
Continued in discussion.
Two bright spots on each side of the bar nucleus.Probably due to gas infalling from the 2 spiral arms. Often mistaken for lensed quasars.
I suppose another PhD topic for some lucky person.
Yep! I agree. Maybe a malfunction? Maybe a #dimsim which test for the lower threshold for sim detection?
#purple_lens interesting. I'll put it on discussion
This looks unreal, so I suppose it must be an #artifact. Looks fantastic. I'll put it up for discussion! 😃
Looks like a star ovelapping an elliptical galaxy.
Some are deliberately faint to test the threshold of detection.
Maybe too fuzzy to be a lens
It does look like a #buriedring doesn't it?
To me it looks like a #ringed_galaxy
I think it looks like a star overlapping a galaxy. Interesting galaxy though, big nucleus.
There is a lens SA48 in the next image north of this one, Watch if this #barred_spiral appears again.
scarey looking #sim
Quasars are small but bright, but I would mark these anyway just to be sure.
Possibly a rotating satellite, which caught the lens rays three times during the 30min exposure?
I would assume that it is a disc that moved, so looks oval. It is interesting that it has spikes, which have also moved making them wide.
probably an asteroid, caught during the green exposure. It looks like it moved slightly during the 30 mins.
It is slightly fuzzy so I think #ringed_galaxy, but I would mark it just to be sure.
I was hoping to see this one!
A colour guide is a good idea.
I can't see underneath the #collect icon to see if there are two of them, but it looks like a red star. There are more in the image.
No, just a star in our galaxy. There hasn't been a supernova in our galaxy for 500 years.
We can't see jets, they are too small, may they are satellite galaxies.
I see a blue star with spikes, and a blue irregular galaxy with purple star-forming areas. Is that what you are looking at?
It not actually that bright, it is just "close" to us.
Do you mean the red arc above the edge-on? It appears to be arcing a star, but maybe something else is happening.
I like the galaxy at 5 o'clock. I don't think it is a lens, but I would mark it anyway.
Arcs aren't white. Close arcs are green,or purple- red, Distant arcs are blue. Quasars are many colours but not white.
The blue galaxy is a nearby blue galaxy, not a distant blue, because it looks large and fuzzy. The blue isn't massive, so no lens. 😃
Lensed objects are far away, and are a different colour to the objects around them, so for me, no lens. 😃
That red galaxy is very distant and huge, so maybe.I like it, it has charm. The Eye Lens or the Eye Galaxy ?
So, two stars near a distant blue galaxy.
The middle galaxy should red or orange, so closer than the distant blue galaxies. Also, quasars are brighter than these blue stars.
I see a star #overlap a galaxy. Looks peculiar.
Middle looks like a #star_overlap. 3o'clock lens arc should be blue, and lensing galaxy should be orange for red for this distance.
great #star-formation. It will provide someone with a PhD.
under the #collect icon?
Good luck with that one lodilady!
It is blocked off the the #collect icon but I can't see any blue. Arcs are usually blue.
It is a star. The nearer ones are so bright they overload the camera sensors.
They may be #red_stars there are lots of them in the image. I was fooled by one like this already.
The 2 o'clock is a very distant galaxy.
Group of 4. Blue fuzz galaxy, yellow galaxy, white galaxy with white satellite galaxies, blue star with star spikes. No lensing.
Galaxies are involved with a #merger with lots of blue star formation at the collision points. But dashboard shows arcs?
Large #red_arc at 1 oclock, 10" N of "star"? #supernova_remnant ?
I added this to the #CFHTL Published Lens Candidates thread.
What have you found?! I would love that to be a lens. It may be an overlapping star precisely aligned with the galaxy nucleus.
#SA23 #CFHTLS Thanks!!
Sky directions, E and W are reversed. Image yourself lying down, head towards the N hold the image up to sky, bright dot is NE
The one inside the halo of the star? Colour not quite right, but I would mark it anyway. Bright dot in NE, counter in SW
It has the fuzzy look of a galaxy.
Sorry, I can't see it.
The two parts of the lens should be the same colour, but looks a fine galaxy .😃
It is fuzzy looking , so I think galaxy.
#red_double_quasar looks like an angry owl.
nice #edge-on 😃
It is better than some I've seen in art galleries.
#not_a_known_lens it is not on the CFHTLS list
Some people have found a real known lens. Good hunting!
I don't see it on the CFHTL list
lensed quasars are usually brighter, but you never know.
I don't see it on anupreeta's list
#SA21 another one tracked down #CFHTLS
I agree, very nice #tidal_trail
#SA42 known lens I have updated our #CFHTLS thread
Sorry but thank you ElisabethB and mitch
There is a diagonal going through it, maybe a joining of images, which doesn't help.
Great work! #SA39 #CFHTLS
#SA38 !! #CFHTLS
Strange, isn't it?
Green dot, distant quasars can be bright green, hint of counter arc. I would mark it too. Might be a variable star.
Left edge, looks a bit fuzzy but I would mark it.
I don't see one. Some sims are faint, to test the threshold of level of detection.
#SA22 #CFHTLS lens candidate
On right side, half cut away.
left and up from centre, small red galaxy and #arc , #fuzzball
The quasars should be a matched pair, the same colour.
great! #SA9 known lens #CFHTLS
on left, 10 o'clock red galaxy with blue fuzz #ring
It is a bright star, and it is overexposed on the image.
the images come in red, green and blue images, which are then merged. It looks like the blue filter info didn't get mixed in.
maybe to measure what we are not able to see
spiral arms of a nearby galaxy. Many, many, many blue stars...
two active nuclei in the snails, hot hydrogen is red
is there an #orange_arc just above it?
maybe, it would need follow-up by Hubble.
If we only find what we are looking for, we will never find the unexpected. 😃
Probably two blue stars. They don't seem to form an arc. Not bright enough to be a lensed quasar. But I would mark it anyway.
yellow galaxy with #red_double_quasar at top left corner. or overlap, or overactive imagination
Is it that unusual blue star with the red ring around it?
what good eyes to see that #arc ! a #buried_ring, that looks hopeful.
yes, maybe #red #quad #quasar. Really interesting!
pink star with pink tail?
#voorwerp , maybe? Green is either hot hydrogen close by, distant hot oxygen, or far out blue spiral arm redshifted to green
I can't see it, the collect icon is in the way . Nice #merger there.
The dashboard only works in classifying right now. Hopefully we'll have it in Talk soon.
Some sims are supposed to be below the level of detection, for stat purposes. This is obviously one of those! 😃
Maybe #lens , probably a #ringed_galaxy. The colour seems too light and the texture too fuzzy. But a nice find! whichever it is.
It is possible. Did you mark it?
I don't see a lens either. That is an interesting galaxy, with #tidal_trails created by a "recent" collision or #merger
probably an overlap, but I think two galaxies under certain alignments can create a lens like this, so when in doubt, mark it. I'll ask
A ring of blue has been added around the nucleus to make a buried ring. They are hard to see, aren't they?
have a happy, you and your green stars !
a #lens is more likely than a supernova
looks like a shell galaxy, throwing out stars in waves as two galaxies circles each other
another wow !
Looks like a spiral arm, but when in doubt, mark it.
Ooooh! Thanks for posting.
Not sure, one armed spiral, with blue around it? Dashboard would help.
Don't you think it looks like the example in the lensed quasar section?
#irregular_galaxy or disturbed #edge-on. Overlapping red star.
Simulation is at 5 o'clock
11 o'clock looks like a ghost with blue hair. Disturbed spiral
distant quasar, see [url=http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=277142.0]
Colours of Galaxies in SDSS : Redshift chart [/url]
funny streak #artifact ?
red galaxy lower right has 4 blue lobes, #blue_arc ?
spectacular #overlap !!
The two yellow stars on middle left? Not galaxies, because they are perfectly round. Double star, not sure if they are binary stars.
It does look like a galaxy with a tidal trail, doesn't it. Too small to be sure.
It would say so. A collector's item, that one.
It is a #ringed_spiral. Very nice rings too.
It is an #edge-on with #overlap. It has a large #nuclear_bulge.
Maybe an #artifact from the image was cleaned of cosmic rays. Now looks like two circles.
Maybe the image is being sent through again for a second appraisal.
#green_arc and counter arc in small elliptical at 8:30
looks very good, and its is not a sim.good arc below galaxy, and a faint arc to the right
large yellow elliptical in middle right, faint blue #arcs about 10" away in N, NNW and SE
Not the big blue galaxytwo blue spots on each side of the nucleus of the "one-armed spiral", may be gas infalling down the spiral arms
that is a tricky #sim .. and I thought this one would be real, halfway to edge at 2:30 quad quasar
#green #ring around red galaxy in bottom left corner, or an #artifact around a red star
some #green it may be an arc or blue arms redshifted to green
orange galaxy wrapped in purple fuzz at 10 o'clock
we can't see jets at this distance. Probably an #overlap overlap, a possible polar ring, and maybe a #voorwerp
#green_arc over purple galaxy at one o'clock
It is a star,which overloads the sensors.
That one looks very good!!!!
#green_arc , two green arcs on orange galaxy just right and below center . Probably loose spiral arms, but I'm interested in green arms
Ha, very good! #artifact of some sort
too much texture to be an arc, a #ringed_galaxy
small red with blue #arc on side, top middle #fuzzball
I think the colour is too dull to be a lens.
hard to see your object, #merger at top
It does look like it. But I think that it is a star, and the blue part on the side is an artifact or a background galaxy.
In what way does it look unusual?
I think that the blue patch besed the white galaxy is an irregular galaxy.
Sorry I can't see anything like that on the left. Is it image ASW0000hye that you are looking at?
It could be either choices. It might be a #lensed_quasar, making a pair of images, though one is not very bright
The bright white galaxy at the top centre looks like a #merger
The galaxy at the lower right looks like a #ringed_galaxy
the tiny green dot on the galaxy is probably an artifact, a #cosmic-ray hit
It is a different blue, isn't it?
Do you mean that it is a real lensing of a quasar? It is labelled as a training image.
I missed this #sim , blueness around the nucleus on the galaxy on the right
A #sim ? It doesn't look very real, a vague blue arc and a blue dot in the white galaxy near centre, right and up.
#ringed_galaxy with a bright red star, or possible quasar in the top of the ring
possible karge #blue_arc above white elliptical at 8 o'clock
tiny #x-shaped galaxy at lower right, strange blue #ring near the upper middle