Radio Galaxy Zoo Talk

Subject: ARG000051q

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  • KWillett by KWillett scientist, admin, translator

    #goldstandard

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  • Ptd by Ptd

    could it be that the source galaxy is behind a nearby star but we can see the radio jets around it? Or is the IR source the galaxy?

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  • Ptd by Ptd

    shown this one a second time 15/11/2014 22:13

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  • Ptd by Ptd

    third time 16/11/2014 11:52 GMT

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  • DocR by DocR scientist

    Thanks. I'll point this out to the software team.

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  • ChrisMolloy by ChrisMolloy

    #hourglass

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  • JeanTate by JeanTate

    I agree

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  • tadeus by tadeus

    Odd, second time I see such an interesting picture where one IR-source seems to be responsible for a part of radio waves but the rest isnt

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  • scopley0002 by scopley0002

    infrared in between two radio wave contours that seem conjoined

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  • spaceygeek by spaceygeek

    What is the large block of white near bottom?

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  • Rafasan by Rafasan

    #hourglass

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  • tomhinde by tomhinde

    #star

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  • markoramiusiii by markoramiusiii

    what's that large block of ir at the bottom?

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  • csunjoto by csunjoto

    @markoramiusiii probably a star, you can check through SDDS but unfortunately for this pict not covered by SDDS.

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  • dylantowers by dylantowers

    Double lobed radio source. Large IR source is likely a star.

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  • speakeasysky by speakeasysky

    I'm not even convinced this is the same part of the sky.

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  • InLoveWSpace by InLoveWSpace

    With the given images it is really undecidable as the infrared background does not provide enough contrast in this region

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  • steno101 by steno101

    I just found a massive infrared source in the bottom left hand corner of my picture. What do you guys think it is?

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  • Zubaty by Zubaty

    What do you think guys? Is this a mistake?

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  • JeanTate by JeanTate

    . @steno101, @Zubaty: see the older comments and the Giant Square Galaxy thread; bright IR source at the bottom is a star in our own galaxy

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  • mbstone12 by mbstone12

    #star

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  • lucasibiapino by lucasibiapino

    #hourglass

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  • cafeeciencia by cafeeciencia

    #star

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