Radio Galaxy Zoo Talk

Subject: ARG0001l8w

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  • HelPer2 by HelPer2

    With the lower one I've marked the central galaxy as the IR source. But I guess It could be the galaxy between the two radio sources.

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  • 42jkb by 42jkb scientist, admin

    This one is amazing! I would say that both radio contours are connected with the central IR source.

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  • 42jkb by 42jkb scientist, admin

    Although the lower radio source could be connected to a different IR source. This may be a #bhgroup or cluster of IR galaxies.

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  • 42jkb by 42jkb scientist, admin

    Marking for follow-up.

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  • planetaryscience by planetaryscience

    Isn't it just amazing how many interesting things you've already found in the first 2-3 hours?

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  • 42jkb by 42jkb scientist, admin

    This is wonderful! I'm really excited that people are marking their favorite ones. Looking forward to the science outcome.

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  • planetaryscience by planetaryscience

    Nice! Can you remember to cite me as the discoverer of them though? xD

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  • 42jkb by 42jkb scientist, admin

    Will do! I'm making a list right now with names of those who have found the different objects.

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  • planetaryscience by planetaryscience

    Okay, and in a few more minutes' I'll continue to classify 😉 I'm working on a project for school right now 😛

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  • JeanTate by JeanTate

    #triple: amazing lobes with z=0.452 AGN SDSS J160412.96+322104.3 as core (likely BCG)

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  • HAndernach by HAndernach scientist, translator

    this is 3C 328, found over 50 yrs ago, but you were
    the first to identify it with an SDSS obj with redshift;
    unusual shape for cluster galax

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