Dim blue star in SDSS
Just curious what this blue star might be, it is apparently a radio source, so I thought I was ask here.
Not quite aligned with
FIRST J073306.0+301726 -- Radio-source
it is apparently a radio source, so I thought I was ask here.
No, it isn't, nearest reliable signal in radio is ~1' to the SE
Just curious what this blue star might be
If it was a radio source, I would say QSO
It is still probably a QSO , just radio quite
SDSS classification is automatic based on photometry, it doesn't distinct between QSOs and stars
Thank you Dolorous_Edd for the info that is not the radio source. Yes, I had though it was a distant quasar, but usually they are very bright. A dim quasar? I will think again.
Example of distant quasar z=3.2
EDIT: and I made the silly Newbie mistake with SIMBAD!
well, only spectroscopy will tell
maybe just dim galaxy, but not star IMO
doesn't look starlike in DECaLS
plus there are examples of QSOs like