Thought this was #starbleed
But looking at SDSS, I see it says it is from a galaxy??
Thought maybe someone could explain this.
The source is a ~9.5 mag star, named BD+40 2694, HD 120499, and lots more besides. Its spectral class is M7, meaning that - among other things - it's very red, and so will produce lots of 'glare' for WISE. Here's a zoomed-out SDSS view:
And here's the location of the z_ph ~0.61 distant galaxy, SDSS J134915.24+393641.1, that is the likely host of the nice doublelobe:
Astronomy is such wonderful fun, isn't it? 😄
by ivywong scientist, admin
Darn! Blocked by the stars in the our own galaxy. Thanks @JeanTate for your analysis and yes, astronomy is wonderful! 😃