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Budgieye

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #345 on: August 14, 2012, 05:56:02 am »

DEEEP2 13050511
AHZ10005tn
Redshift: 1.200900

a.k.a.
EGSIRAC J142046.03+530952.2
RCS 06020202642

http://tkserver.keck.hawaii.edu/egs/dataAccess/notebook/egs_notebook.php?serial=13050511
OII peak



There is a nice OII peak in the spectrum, though really, you have to go to the spectrum on the AEGIS website, click smooth, then open the spectrum with right mouse clicks to see it properly. I usually click on spectral features labels, too, to tell me what the peaks are, There are many apparently unlabelled peaks, but the big ones are accounted for when the sky button is pressed.
So the galaxy must be a "pea", with intense star formation and destruction.

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #346 on: May 13, 2013, 12:25:48 pm »
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From GZ4:
Here is a Candles image: A green pea or QSO? ???
In NED there is given z=0.34! :o 
zCOSMOS 824709
It has also an object id in SDSS: 1237651753997238973

 

http://talk.galaxyzoo.org/objects/AGZ000007v/discussions/DGZ1006dqq
« Last Edit: May 13, 2013, 01:45:43 pm by zutopian »