Radio Galaxy Zoo Talk
beautiful z=0.191 (spectroscopic of brighter gal) (yes quintuple), common envelope double. 780 kpc across
Could be a merger or blend?
A bit unusual, but there's often a brightening further down tail, so this is faint enough that it looks like a gap. Nice example.
not sure if #double but I classified it that way
Yes, this is a nice #wat
ID hidden, blended
Marked likely ID, but no guarantee
guessing on ID
i clicked too fast and didn't get the source in the center or to the sw
i made ID but it's marginal
clearly part of a giant radio galaxy
blended IR, so a bit hard to tell ID
IR completely blended
guessing on the ID
looks like southern hot spot region of giant. no indication in NVSS, however.
several possible IDs; couldn't choose
looks like the inner portions of a big #wat
could be blended IR ID in middle. unclear.
i gave southern source ID, but not really clear.
I'm guessing a #WAT with large chunks missing.
This looks like the beginning , core-jet, of a giant source, and NVSS shows extended emission to north at least
clear triple, but confused by optical emission in northern lobe
is this a core jet or two sources? no id on either
two IR sources to East, but not an obvious ID
faint IR in center, but no obvious reason to ID it.
faint IR northern lobe. couldn't see it with contours. still not clear whether it's actually associated, but users should probably ID it.
this looks like the northern lobe of a double, but i marked the ID nonetheless.
looks like southern half of optical source, as noted below.
got the tutorial source for a second time.
overlapping IR, but since not centered in this small double, I skipped it.
i said noIR, but after the contours were gone, you could see something faint there. this happened a couple of sources ago as well
blended IR source