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Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« on: July 05, 2010, 06:24:00 am »
I feel another list starting, to get a better understanding of Hubble objects and distances

This list is not finished.!!!

I need examples of peas, compact galaxies and quasars at various redshifts. They would need a spectrum to identify them.
A spiral galaxy is easy to identify by looking at it.
I think we can recognize an elliptical galaxy if it has a spectrum rising in the red.
I started this thread as a place to keep objects, as I accumulate more.
But feel free to add to the list.

Hubble images are  in 2 colours: blue and red
4500-7078Å is represented by blue, and 7078-9500Å is represented by red
The two colours can mix together to make white.
 
The spectral charts are taken with a ground based telescope.
The spectra are in the range of 6500Å to 9200Å, which is shorter than the SDSS charts.
 
Many will be from AEGIS in the northern sky, and we can compare to the SDSS objects, as long as they are not too dim.
A spectral chart will be essential, so we know what the objects are.
If you find a Hubble image with a spectrum, post at the end, and I will insert the object in the list.

My categories:
Hubble stars
Hubble ellipticals
Hubble spirals
Hubble starburst galaxies
Hubble clumpy galaxies
Hubble OIII galaxies (with OII peak, peas)
Hubble quasars

This thread is still under construction!
It's not finished.  ;)
Come back later  ;D

EDIT: here is a post on how to find information about Hubble galaxies
http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=278750.msg520395#msg520395


« Last Edit: August 14, 2012, 05:35:55 am by Budgieye »

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Re: Hubble Stars, with spectra
« Reply #1 on: July 05, 2010, 06:25:43 am »
Hubble stars
z=0
or written with expontenials eg z=2.87004e-05, which means z= 0.0000287, which is close enough to zero.




white star mag 12

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10000cn
posted by Tsering

http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587735695377694729

white star mag 13

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10001sv
posted by c_cld
severe ccd bleeding resulting in extra vertical line

http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587735694840823825




white star mag 16

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10004ye
posted byskrt, who only did one post

http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587735665306763297




blue star mag 14

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ1000198
posted by Oozyzoozy

http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587733412593401908















White star magnitude 18

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10001gq
posted by carol tye

http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587735694840823920

white star mag 19

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10000f0
posted by elizabeth

http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587733412593401988


red star mag 19

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10000zk
posted by carol tye

http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587733412593402026

red star mag 17

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10000wc
posted by Robert Olejarski


http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587733399708172375






???

http://zoo-hst.s3.amazonaws.com/12024190.jpg
ID: AHZ10002ph
Redshift: 1.025300
Light travel time: 7.832 Billion years

I think it is a star.

AEGIS has a redshift of zero.
 ...

EDIT: http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10002ph

http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12024190

I think it is a red dwarf star, overlapping a clumpy blue galaxy. This yellow colour is as red as we can go on Hubble images.

In SDSS:
http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587735664769827603
There is a lot of near IR light

and at nearly the same scale as the Hubble picture

star? flat spectrum in red and IR
star?
13051259 ra 14:20:24.60 dec 53:08:22.96 z 0.00365

« Last Edit: January 16, 2011, 10:41:59 am by Budgieye »

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Hubble ellipticals, with spectra
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2010, 06:26:01 am »
Hubble ellipticals

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lenticular

z 0.261 12020427  587735664769827076  SDSS J141814.13+523908.4


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z=0.47
lenticular
AHZ300005g
Survey: GOODS-N
Survey reference: 50000918
Right ascension: 189.3396° as h:m:s
Right ascension: 12:37:21.50 as decimal 
Declination: 62.2264° as d:m:s
Declination: 62:13:34.93 as decimal 
Magnitude: 20.9865 ± 0.0011
Magnitude: 19.7528 ± 0.0008 
Kron radius: 3.6500
Kron radius: 3.5000 
Redshift: 0.475
588011123577651590



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lenticular

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z 0.497 12028027  587735664769892734  SDSS J141922.02+524509.9
 
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z=0.57
Aegis OBJNO 13025514 ra 14:20:33.39 dec 52:58:00.75 z 0.56992
587735665306763897 SDSS J142033.37+525800.8
 
SpecObjID = 373462439875837952


redshift and spectrum different in Aegis from SDSS; don't know which is which of the two objects, or a blend in SDSS ?

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galaxies with features of Ca II break or HK break in spectrum ( absorption lines designated H and K in Aegis from Fraunhofer ) group of old stars

z 0.681 12012596


z 0.682 12016150  587735694840758893  SDSS J141753.87+523423.2
 

z 0.683 12016429  587735694840758885  SDSS J141753.13+523440.9
 

z 0.7182 12011905  587735694840824394  SDSS J141808.95+523043.7
   

z 0.719 12016431  587735694840759048  SDSS J141756.70+523434.4
   
gravitationnal lensing?  sort of Einstein cross

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z=0.73
flat spectrum

13019286
redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13019286


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0.74 flat spectrum, very small OII and OIII peaks which may be the overlapping blue things


13034651
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ100050a
redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13034651

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galaxies with features of Ca II break or HK break in spectrum ( absorption lines designated H and K in Aegis from Fraunhofer ) group of old stars




z 0.743 12008206  587733412593468193  SDSS J141727.27+522831.4 
no SDSS image

z 0.82  12008211  587733412593468187  SDSS J141720.65+522802.6
 

z 0.83 12003659  587733412593468077  SDSS J141753.25+522703.2
 

z 0.985 12007878  587735694840759051  SDSS J141745.96+523032.5
no visible SDSS image

z 0.996 12007683  587733412593468053
no visible SDSS image
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« Last Edit: September 04, 2010, 06:44:56 am by Budgieye »

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Hubble spirals, with spectra
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2010, 06:26:14 am »
Hubble spirals
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z=0.10
spiral
AHZ300008q
Survey: GOODS-N
Survey reference: 50001592
Right ascension: 189.3387° as h:m:s Right ascension: 12:37:21.28 as decimal 
Declination: 62.2132° as d:m:s Declination: 62:12:47.50 as decimal 
Magnitude: 18.0425 ± 0.0004
Magnitude: 17.4357 ± 0.0004 
Kron radius: 3.5000
Kron radius: 3.5000 
Redshift: 0.1056





HLA images
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photoZ=0.14 mag 19  scale 1.56"
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40003ud

posted by h.kohler/paulrogers

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z=0.15
active spectrum

previously posted on Hubble Spirals
redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13003784

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z=0.15
Spiral
http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=277593.msg467203#msg467203
13026888 ra 14:20:03.45 dec 52:56:57.60 z 0.15574
587735695377694861 SDSS J142003.44+525657.6

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z=0.20
Aegis OBJNO 13042313 ra 14:20:41.18 dec 53:06:50.18 z 0.20040
587735665306763397 SDSS J142041.17+530650.1
 
SpecObjID = 373462439871643648


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z=0.2

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10004sh
Redshift z = 0.201028
Galaxy has been posted twice: correctly (IMHO) in Hubble Spirals, and incorrectly in Edge-ons.
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13033256
Labels are hard to read, but most emission is obliterated by Sky.  However, best Aegis image I've seen with spectrum.
nice Hα peak
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z=0.204
Ringed spiral

z 0.204 12016067  587735694840823983  SDSS J141819.72+523424.4
 

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z=0.23
weakly active spectrum.

12028299
redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12028299
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z=0.23
using the Hubble Legacy Archive; could fit your needs of querying easily HST data as well as SDSS

hubble spiral ( posted in spirals ) with spectrum and images  from HST

ID: AHZ30000v8 Survey: GOODS-N
Survey reference: 50007533
Right ascension: 189.2563° as h:m:s Right ascension: 12:37:1.52 as decimal 
Declination: 62.3119° as d:m:s Declination: 62:18:42.92 as decimal 
Magnitude: 18.9253 ± 0.0006
Magnitude: 18.2532 ± 0.0006 
Kron radius: 3.6000
Kron radius: 3.6700 
Redshift: 0.231700
HST_ACS/1D spectrum Wavelength range 5570.0 [Ångström = 10-10m] 9970.0 [Ångström = 10-10m]

189.2563 62.3119 r=0 search
goods_hst_acs-wfc_north-mosaic ACS/WFC F850LP/F606W/F435W (color) GOODS zoom in/out; pointing
588011123577651494 SDSS J123701.51+621842.6


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z=0.26
Aegis OBJNO 13004728 ra 14:18:55.64 dec52:49:27.70 z 0.26350
587735695377629862 SDSS J141855.64+524927.6
 
SpecObjID = 373462440039415808


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z=0.37
flat spectrum, slight OII and OIII

13042374
posting on Hubble Sirals too
redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13042374
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Spiral
13026857 ra 14:19:49.06 dec 52:58:11.73 21.83  z 0.37285
587735695377695112 SDSS J141949.07+525811.7

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z=0.43
NED Classifications : S0             HEG 
(seems for me like Sombrero M104 SA with dust lane ; don't know what is HEG )
588011123577651699 SDSS J123747.07+621631.8  z=0.439570     



HLA images
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z=0.486
Ringed spiral

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z 0.486 12008247  587733412593467988  SDSS J141732.29+522916.4
 
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photoz=0.63
  mag 21 scale 1.02"
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ30000q2

posted by paulrogers

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z=0.74
Aegis OBJNO 13058191 ra 14:20:56.85 dec 53:13:07.46 z 0.74234
587735695914565739 SDSS J142056.85+531307.4

SpecObjID = 373462439909392384

spectrum looks different in Aegis?

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z=0.91

12028998
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ100036t
previously posted in Weird/Biggest Redshift (without spectrum)
redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12028998
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z=1.01
same HLA query for spiral
ID: AHZ300017r Survey: GOODS-N
Survey reference: 50010784
Right ascension: 189.0638° as h:m:s
Right ascension: 12:36:15.32 as decimal 
Declination: 62.1930° as d:m:s
Declination: 62:11:34.95 as decimal 
Magnitude: 23.9815 ± 0.0106
Magnitude: 22.5410 ± 0.0082 
Kron radius: 5.3300
Kron radius: 4.4400 

Redshift: 1.015900 


hlsp_goods_hst_acs-wfc_north-mosaic
HST_ACS/spectrum
588009371228963254
« Last Edit: December 01, 2011, 06:36:52 am by Budgieye »

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Hubble star-forming galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #4 on: July 05, 2010, 06:26:35 am »
Hubble star-forming galaxies


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z=0.11
it may be a pea
elliptical
AHZ30001t2
588009371229028686
Survey: GOODS-N
Survey reference: 50016515
Right ascension: 189.2478° as h:m:s
Right ascension: 12:36:59.48 as decimal 
Declination: 62.1375° as d:m:s
Declination: 62:8:14.97 as decimal 
Magnitude: 21.3827 ± 0.0013 


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z=0.28
active galaxy

12024481
previously posted in Stunning under Irregulars. Nucleus seems well off centre.
redshift and spectrum on Aegis
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12024481

z=1.3
post starburst galaxy
ra 14:20:53.25 dec 53:01:26.96 z 1.35962
13033949

strong absorption line H eta
« Last Edit: September 04, 2010, 07:53:34 am by Budgieye »

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Hubble clumpy galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #5 on: July 05, 2010, 06:26:53 am »
Hubble clumpy galaxies
clumpy galaxies
z 0.282 12008289  587733412593467515  SDSS J141721.66+522709.7


z 0.371 12015683  587735664769827415  SDSS J141833.21+523628.7
 

z 0.371 12015907  587735694840758946  SDSS J141818.89+523619.7
 
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z=0.57, but spectrum is so flat how can they be sure?

13040709
previously posted on Hubble Irregulars and Stunning Best Spirals
Redshift and spectrum on Aegus
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13040709

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z=0.97
flat spectrum

13011593
redshift and spectrum on Aegis
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13011593
HEG  high-excitation narrow-line radio galaxy  8)
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z=0.97
flat spectrum with slight OII peak

13019058
Redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13019058







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z=1.01
flat spectrum with slight OII peak

12027927
redshift and spectral chart on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12027927

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« Last Edit: September 04, 2010, 06:38:39 am by Budgieye »

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Hubble peas, with spectra
« Reply #6 on: July 05, 2010, 06:27:24 am »
Hubble peas with OII or OIII peaks
Colour of peas in Hubble:
I can guess the colour of the Hubble object.
The amount of colour in the image is shown above the blue or red lines.
The blue colour in the Hubble pictures is from 4500 Å to 7100 Å.
The red colour in the Hubble images comes from 7100 Å to 9500 Å

The spectra
We don't have many spectra from the Hubble data (from Keck), so I am looking for what to expect by looking at the SDSS data
The Hubble charts from AEGIS will be shorter, from 6500A to 9200A, as shown by the area in the enclosed box.
The AEGIS charts have a different baseline, so they will not be exactly the same as SDSS



z=0.010 blue pea http://cas.sdss.org/astro/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587738409789751347
In Hubble, the pea will be blue
OOps one red mark in the wrong place.



z=0.046 purple pea http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587734948052598924
In Hubble the pea will be red or yellow?



z=0.058 purple pea http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587734948052598924
In Hubble, the pea will be blue.


 

z=0.067 purple pea http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587734948052598924
In Hubble, the pea will be light blue or white?

 

z=0.148 white pea http://cas.sdss.org/dr6/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587731680116867174
In Hubble, the pea will be light blue?


 

z=0.312 green pea http://cas.sdss.org/astro/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587736915687964980
In Hubble, the pea will be light blue?


z=0.53
O III galaxy
13019868 ra 14:19:13.68 dec 52:53:50.45 z 0.53642
587735695377629435SDSS J141913.67+525350.4



z=0.587 red pea http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587728932419076622
In Hubble, the pea will be yellow?


O III galaxy
http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=277621.msg466653#msg466653
13025437 ra 14:20:33.57 dec 52:59:17.21 z 0.71054

EGSD2 J142033.66+525917.5
Quote from: Brian F. Gerke
http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0608380v2
dual AGN hosted by an early-type galaxy.
Its optical spectrum shows strong, double-peaked [OIII] emission lines and weak Hbeta emission, with Seyfert-like line ratios.
HST/ACS imaging shows an early-type (E/S0) galaxy with hints of disturbed structure, consistent with the remnant of a dissipationless merger.
 single galaxy harboring two AGN--the first such system to be observed in an otherwise typical early-type galaxy.

z=0.73
  DEEP2 13050403 remarkable spectrum
would this fit here or should I keep it in Hubble?  8)

 

z=0.732 red pea 587726013998104775
more red than blue, so the pea will be red
same pea in SDSS and Hubble

posted by kalebats  13019950

587735695377695011

z=0.76
O III - Seyfert
http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=277621.msg456756#msg456756
13019950  z 0.768999

587735695377695011

This has strong OIII peaks, and the H beta peak is weak.
It looks like an SDSS red pea rather than a Seyfert.




 

z=0.810 red pea http://cas.sdss.org/astro/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587733399189914218
In Hubble, the pea will be yellow or red?




z=0.935 red pea http://cas.sdss.org/astro/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587739295087657110
In Hubble the pea will be red?
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z=0.97
a pea? has OII peak
13032337 ra 14:21:18.42 dec 53:03:28.97 z 0.97399
587735665306829266 SDSS J142118.42+530328.9

in NED Classifications: NLAGN

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z=1.16
OII peak

12027953
redshift and spectrum on Aegis
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12027953
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z=1.4

guess at pea spectrum z=1, yellow or red pea?

z=1.4 yellow pea http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ100013x
posted by paulrogers
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z=1.27
distant pea
there is a strong OII peak in the red, but it doesn't turn the image of the pea red, though it makes it less blue

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ100015n
Redshift: 1.278710
Light travel time: 8.712 Billion years
Spectrum shows that it is a pea!   :)
with an OII peak
looks like twins?
two peas in a pod?


pea z=2   OII peak off chart?, no peaks, just a flat chart, object will be a dim white
« Last Edit: September 04, 2010, 07:52:08 am by Budgieye »

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Re: Hubble Quasars, with spectra
« Reply #7 on: July 05, 2010, 06:27:36 am »
Hubble quasars
I looked at the SDSS spectra in the redshift chart. http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=277142.0 and made a guess as to what the quasar colours should be.

In the Hubble ACW images
4500-7078Å is blue, and 7078-9500Å is red



z=0.008 green nucleus in SDSS  blue in Hubble



z=0.095



z=0.12
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z=0.14
hydrogen peak, active galaxy

12024930
previously posted on Hubble AGN
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10002wq
redshift and spectrum on Aegis:
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12024930
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recollection of AGN (classification in NED - AGN or QSO in AEGIS) by redshift
z 0.177  12020274  587735664769827152 SDSS J141823.29+524004.3





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z=0.18
redshift not known, I'll try to look it up  mag 22.9  mag 0.74"
NED says it is a point X-ray source
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ400018j

posted by Tsering/paulrogers

z=0.18
I think this may be one. ;)  That bright blue core was the clue to send me looking.

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ400018j
NED says:
COMBO-17 14335                 03h31m51.0s -27d57m16s G
just a Galaxy, but a bit further on, also:
CROSS-IDENTIFICATIONS for COMBO-17 14335
Object Names    Type    Object Names    Type
COMBO-17 14335   G    CXOYECDF J033151.0-275716    XrayS

and:
Light Travel-Time          :    2.215 Gyr
Age at Redshift 0.187611   :   11.084 Gyr

Closer than I'd've guessed.  z=0.187611?  Even with a redshift, I didn't find a spectrum.

The X-ray source matches the coordinates Michael's new page gives us.  OK, maybe an Xray source might not be a QSO, but it might be, if'n we had a spectrum to look at.  So I'll post this as a "maybe". ;)
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z=0.24

z 0.24 12024047  587735664769827085 SDSS J141853.17+524410.7

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z=0.281
z 0.281 12004450  587733412593402398  SDSS J141704.21+522453.6
 

z=0.33
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z=0.286

z 0.286 11051192  587733412593467519  SDSS J141716.78+522407.0
 
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z=0.29

z 0.29  12023868  587735664769892433  SDSS J141908.82+524400.4
 
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z=0.43

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z=0.463

z 0.463 12025302  587735664769827478  SDSS J141754.94+524144.1
   
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z=0.464

z 0.464 12012474  587735694840758606  SDSS J141722.91+523143.9
 
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z=0.481

z 0.481 12008225  587733412593401995  SDSS J141724.59+523024.9
   
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z=0.58


z=0.60


z=0.76


z=0.88
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z=0.88
EIS J033320.02-275912.8        03h33m20.0s -27d59m13s QSO    http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ400002j

Redshift: 0.883072
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z=0.95

 


« Last Edit: September 04, 2010, 07:21:37 am by Budgieye »

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Re: Redshift list of Hubble stars and galaxies, quasars z>1
« Reply #8 on: July 05, 2010, 06:28:08 am »
Hubble quasars with redshift greater than 1



z=1.02

AHZ3000187, z = 1.02.
NED says it's a Sy1 (Seyfert 1 galaxy), and gives it an SDSS ID (SDSS J123706.87+621702.0).

z=1.18
13040909 ra 14:21:29.42 dec 53:05:48.60 z 1.18275

587735695914631314
in NED Classifications:  AGN 
pea? but miss the ugriz cut ; strong emission lines Ne V, O II, Ne III; absorption H eta, K, H
can't interpret, needs expert...
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50009420

ID: AHZ300012d Survey: GOODS-N                                 588011123577585814 SpecObjID = 220056898060156928
Survey reference: 50009420
Right ascension: 189.0917° as h:m:s Right ascension: 12:36:22.01 as decimal 
Declination: 62.2578° as d:m:s Declination: 62:15:27.97 as decimal 
Magnitude: 23.7681 ± 0.0035
Magnitude: 23.4577 ± 0.0063
Kron radius: 3.5000
Redshift: 1.2409


http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=277621.msg467635#msg467635
in NED classifications: AGN
13056934 ra 14:21:41.93 dec 53:10:47.34 z 1.41770 

587735695914631442


z=1.55



z=1.6

90002994 (Rowan Watson), a.k.a. AHZ400002c

NED gives ambiguous results.

z=1.64
one definite quasar, with the MgII peak

I think that at this z, the Hubble spectra have two emission peaks, one in the blue  image and one in the orange image.
It seems to make clean diffraction lines around the quasar.
http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13035333
http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587735665306763384

AEGIS - SDSS
 

 
quasar found by Budgieye, by manually searching Groth strip
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Photo z 1.65  QSO listing in NED, posted by CVM87

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ4000565



z=1.64  http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587735665306763384

z=1.64  spectrum at  http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13035333
this is the same quasar in the SDSS, Hubble and Keck data

587735665306763384


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z=1.629

z 1.629 12008830  587733412593402261  SDSS J141645.40+522906.0
   
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z=1.68

z 1.68  12025258  587735664769826991  SDSS J141803.36+524127.7
   
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z=1.92

z 1.92  13004609  587735664769827582  SDSS J141852.48+524840.5
 
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z=1.94
QSO - AGN
13058207 ra 14:21:13.26 dec 53:12:18.62 z 1.94965
587735695914565781



 


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z=2.588
QSO
588011123577585814 SDSS J123622.94+621526.6  z=2.588



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z=2.73

z 2.737  12016228  587735694840758659  SDSS J141746.57+523515.7
   
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z=3.46

z 3.46493 13011828  587735695377629875  SDSS J141901.25+525012.6
 



z=4.0


z=5.4
« Last Edit: September 04, 2010, 07:55:41 am by Budgieye »

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #9 on: July 05, 2010, 06:14:11 pm »
You didn't specify a z-range.  Here's some from my favorites ;D (no guarantees about location or spectra, toss what you don't want):

Edge-on spiral. z=0.49
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10004w7
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Red elliptical. z=0.74
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40000dl
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Spiral. z=0.63
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ30000q2
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Lots of XrayS cross-references. z=1.5  (QSO?)
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ30001jg
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Ring galaxy. z=0.90
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10006d9
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QSO. z=1.1
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40007ak
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QSO. z=1.3
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40000s4
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Lots of stuff in the neighborhood, XrayS's.
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10000ff
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Very offset image!  Ignore edge-on/lenticular.  Seems to show an "N" of a barred spiral of old, cold stars, with well distributed new blue stars.
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40002dl
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XraySource (hot core). Z=0.19
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ400018j

I can't seem to get to good spectra. :'(  I've got some more at z>1 that I feel must be something, but NED is no joy. 

Got a couple pretty, blue, well-developed spirals, but they're not so very far away.
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40003ud
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ400070t
« Last Edit: July 06, 2010, 05:34:26 pm by paulrogers »

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Re: Hubble Stars, with spectra
« Reply #10 on: July 05, 2010, 06:19:34 pm »

http://zoo-hst.s3.amazonaws.com/12024190.jpg
ID: AHZ10002ph
Redshift: 1.025300
I think it is a red dwarf star, overlapping a clumpy blue galaxy. This yellow colour is as red as we can go on Hubble images.
I've got one of these, but I question such perfect placement is coincidental. :-\

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ100013x

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Re: Hubble Stars, with spectra
« Reply #11 on: July 06, 2010, 05:30:50 am »
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I think it is a red dwarf star, overlapping a clumpy blue galaxy. This yellow colour is as red as we can go on Hubble images.
I've got one of these, but I question such perfect placement is coincidental. :-\

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ100013x

Here is the spectrum on AEGIS http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=12007954




There is an OII peak, and this peak is in the amber light portion.
So the round yellow object might be a pea.
Also Ne emission ?
There are absorption lines too, H and K.

Here it is on SDSS. It is a red object, with some extended shape. Is it a red star, or a distant galaxy with a high z.
http://cas.sdss.org/dr7/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587733412593468033


I think this is going to require someone who knows what they are doing. I'll place this in Tutorial bits.
http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=1923.msg451018#msg451018
« Last Edit: July 06, 2010, 05:49:39 am by Budgieye »

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #12 on: July 06, 2010, 06:01:01 am »
You didn't specify a z-range.  Here's some from my favorites ;D (no guarantees about location or spectra, toss what you don't want):

Thank you for all this work.
I think it will be an big learning curve for me.

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Edge-on spiral. z=0.49
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10004w7
This must be a photoZ because I couldn't find a spectrum, though we don't need a spectrum to see that it is a spiral.  :) Pretty.

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Red elliptical. z=0.74
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40000dl
It must be a photoZ, there is no spectrum, so I can't tell what it is. I would like to know :)

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Spiral. z=0.63
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ30000q2
Lots of XrayS cross-references. z=1.5  (QSO?)
It looks like a pretty spiral, I'll use it. I couldn't find the Xray cross ref.  The z seems high, though  I am not used to these pictures and redshifts. Is there a spectrum?  :-\

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ30001jg
Ring galaxy. z=0.90
Pretty  :) Must be a PhotoZ again. No spectrum?

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10006d9
QSO. z=1.1
Did you copy the correct link? There is a weak spectrum z=0.89, possibly a weak pea.

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40007ak
QSO. z=1.3
A spectrum would be nice for this high-powered looking object. Is it a pea? or a quasar?

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40000s4
Lots of stuff in the neighborhood, XrayS's.
Another exciting object, but what is it?

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ10000ff
Very offset image!  Ignore edge-on/lenticular.  Seems to show an "N" of a barred spiral of old, cold stars, with well distributed new blue stars.
It looks as if the software to too confused to even guess a photoZ

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40002dl
XraySource (hot core). Z=0.19
I don't seem to follow up well on this one

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ400018j
Excellent! There isn't a spectrum, but even a photoZ, but two references saying it is an X-ray source, so obviously a quasar.  Maybe I can look up the z in the references. I'll use it, even without a spectrum.

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I can't seem to get to good spectra. :'(  I've got some more at z>1 that I feel must be something, but NED is no joy. 
It is difficult, isn't it.

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Got a couple pretty, blue, well-developed spirals, but they're not so very far away.
http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ40003ud
photoZ 0.14 very zoomed out, nice spiral, I'll use it

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http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ400070t
NED has photoZ of 0.139.

Great! Thank you!
« Last Edit: July 06, 2010, 07:28:11 am by Budgieye »

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Re: Hubble Stars, with spectra
« Reply #13 on: July 06, 2010, 05:40:12 pm »
I've got one of these, but I question such perfect placement is coincidental. :-\

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/examine/AHZ100013x
So the round yellow object might be a pea.
I think this is going to require someone who knows what they are doing. I'll place this in Tutorial bits.
http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=1923.msg451018#msg451018
Thanks.  I just couldn't accept it was an overlapping star.  It must belong to the comma-shaped galaxy surrounding it.

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #14 on: July 06, 2010, 06:34:48 pm »
Yep, paulrogers, the edit of the post makes it more understandable.
« Last Edit: July 07, 2010, 04:36:54 am by Budgieye »