Radio Galaxy Zoo Talk

Subject: ARG0001fsn

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  • Linnski by Linnski

    This is another picture I used to explain how to do this to my students at Branson HS.

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  • 42jkb by 42jkb scientist, admin

    This is a great example to use. I'll forward this onto others. Thanks!

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  • HAndernach by HAndernach scientist, translator

    and if you click on the SDSS link: probably SDSS J152446.74+345658.2, no z_ph, but same as AllWISE J152446.50+345658.4 --> very distant ?!

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  • KWillett by KWillett scientist, admin, translator

    #goldstandard

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  • Ptd by Ptd

    central source no longer active?

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  • Ptd by Ptd

    Another one I've been shown twice in a few minutes, I don't mind, its a goody 😃

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  • ChrisMolloy by ChrisMolloy

    #doublelobe

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  • JeanTate by JeanTate

    I agree

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  • scopley0002 by scopley0002

    infrared found all around contours

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  • Gweilouk by Gweilouk

    Right hand jet seems to have a faint IR source

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  • taz8801 by taz8801

    Image is missing a faint Radio/IR source imho. Just to the left of the lower Radio lobe is also a faint radio signal with a IR source

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  • steno101 by steno101

    In the bottom left hand corner, there is a small IR source. It also has a weake radio source. What does this mean?

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  • JeanTate by JeanTate

    . it means it's a galaxy with weak radio emission, too weak to have contours

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  • RajatSable by RajatSable

    Are these necessarily too lobes of a galaxy. Can't they be emissions from different galaxies with no apparent ir source?
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  • smj by smj

    In identify no contours; contours in talk. So can't mark as contours. Might be a faint source in between, but can't mark in identify.

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