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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #45 on: July 19, 2010, 08:09:00 pm »
post starburst galaxy
ra 14:20:53.25 dec 53:01:26.96 z 1.35962
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strong absorption line H eta

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #46 on: July 19, 2010, 08:58:27 pm »
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.

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #47 on: July 19, 2010, 09:14:35 pm »
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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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #48 on: July 19, 2010, 09:33:15 pm »
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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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #49 on: July 19, 2010, 09:57:09 pm »
O III galaxy
13019868 ra 14:19:13.68 dec 52:53:50.45 z 0.53642
587735695377629435SDSS J141913.67+525350.4

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #51 on: July 20, 2010, 03:00:22 am »
O III - Seyfert
Geez Louise!  Whadya been doin', "saving up"? ;)  Wow, what a collection! :o

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #52 on: July 20, 2010, 05:03:09 am »
!!!

It will take me some time to look at these!  Thank you :)

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #53 on: July 20, 2010, 05:44:21 am »
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.

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #54 on: July 20, 2010, 01:01:20 pm »
recollection of AGN (classification in NED - AGN or QSO in AEGIS) by redshift
z 0.177  12020274  587735664769827152 SDSS J141823.29+524004.3


z 0.24 12024047  587735664769827085 SDSS J141853.17+524410.7


z 0.281 12004450  587733412593402398  SDSS J141704.21+522453.6
 

z 0.286 11051192  587733412593467519  SDSS J141716.78+522407.0
 

z 0.29  12023868  587735664769892433  SDSS J141908.82+524400.4
 

z 0.463 12025302  587735664769827478  SDSS J141754.94+524144.1
   

z 0.464 12012474  587735694840758606  SDSS J141722.91+523143.9
 

z 0.481 12008225  587733412593401995  SDSS J141724.59+523024.9
   

z 1.629 12008830  587733412593402261  SDSS J141645.40+522906.0
   

z 1.68  12025258  587735664769826991  SDSS J141803.36+524127.7
   

z 1.92  13004609  587735664769827582  SDSS J141852.48+524840.5
 

z 2.737  12016228  587735694840758659  SDSS J141746.57+523515.7
   

z 3.46493 13011828  587735695377629875  SDSS J141901.25+525012.6
 
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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #55 on: July 20, 2010, 02:40:22 pm »
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


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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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #56 on: July 20, 2010, 03:49:11 pm »
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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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #57 on: July 20, 2010, 04:12:48 pm »
lenticular

z 0.261 12020427  587735664769827076  SDSS J141814.13+523908.4


z 0.497 12028027  587735664769892734  SDSS J141922.02+524509.9
 

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #58 on: July 20, 2010, 04:21:35 pm »
Ringed spiral

z 0.204 12016067  587735694840823983  SDSS J141819.72+523424.4
 

z 0.486 12008247  587733412593467988  SDSS J141732.29+522916.4
 

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Re: Redshift of Hubble galaxies, with spectra
« Reply #59 on: July 30, 2010, 03:57:45 pm »
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