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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #15 on: October 17, 2012, 05:23:30 pm »
From p12.
(no p13.) ? Radec_149.77438558,1.72429367
XrayS Radec_149.77873216,1.72034869
RadioS IrS Radec_149.77782585,1.73625046
-0680,-4 s.75 rvb, -0683,-7(w/wh. dot) s.75 hybrid w/blob, -0688 blue blob,
-0689,-h,-i,-l,-o,-w s.75 node, -068n s.75 rvb(foci like -q,) 068r s.75 ht,
-068r s.75 ht, -068t med. node w/foci, -068y hybrid ? Radec_150.47072044,1.93819775
XrayS RadioS IrS AGN2 NELG (z.9)? -09iu
RadioS Radec_150.47203338,1.92800478
-09i0 s.75 node, -09i5 s.75 posted ring, -09i7,-d s.75 hybrid, -09i9 rvb/ht array,
-09ie,-i,-v s.75 node, -09ig,-m s.75 blob, -09in s.75 Alice pair w/AGZ0000BIZ,
-09io s.75 white S, -09io foci in array, -09is s.75 pair, -09iw 'mill' array,
-09iz s.75 blob w/foci ? Radec_150.02810438,2.21782361
QSO XrayS AGN1 BEL Radec_150.02853024,2.20990291 (z1.2)?

XrayS Radec_150.0216794,2.22147087
XrayS Radec_150.02321274,2.2064129
XrayS RadioS cGLens Radec_150.02237045,2.20460014
RadioS Radec_150.04021815,2.22626871
-0rj3 s.75 naked foci XrayS Radec_150.04467807,2.21492523,
-0rj5 lg. blue edge-on, -0rj6,-7 s.75 red nodes, -0rj8,-b s.75 blob,
-0rj9,-f,-o s.75 naked foci, -0rja s.75 hybrid array, -0rjg red S ht?
-0rjh node and foci? -0rjj s.75 mini-me blobs, -0rjm,-p s.75 node,
-0rjq s.75 "comma," -0rjt s.75 sm. terete, -0rjy,-z dual? hybrid
system "T" ? Radec_150.72462087,2.77393682
RadioS Radec_150.70826761,2.76828911 (*)?
-1cz0,-6 rvb mo, -1cz4 s.75 lg. hybrid, -1cz9 red S w/long! arms,
-1czd,-v,-y s.75 node,
s.75 QSO XrayS NLAGN Radec_150.67617411,2.77294853 (z.85)?

-1czh hybrid mini-me, -1czq med. hybrid spiral, -1czr s.75 comma,
-1czw s.75 terete Radec_150.44759419,2.37672483
QSO XrayS NLAGN Radec_150.44440307,2.36980103

XrayS Radec_150.45052839,2.3903274
RadioS Radec_150.45604351,2.36524572
RadioS IrS Radec_150.43515122,2.36375657 (*)?
Tightly 'wound' barred system, ht? -1qx5,-6 3-node cat? -1qx8,-9,-n,-o ht,
-1qxe,-f,-g,-i Alice hybrid pair, 1qxk,-l hybrid array, -1qxu,-v mini-me and
foci, -1qxy hybrid

p14. s.75 Radec_149.88590963,2.3563981 (*)?
wh. node
XrayS RadioS Radec_149.88590963,2.3563981 (*)?
XrayS Radec_149.88275892,2.3537309
QSO XrayS BLAGN Radec_149.88329121,2.34671301 (*)?

RadioS Radec_149.89502806,2.35151118 (*)
XrayS Radec_149.8820183,2.37261555
XrayS Radec_149.87665159,2.36539721
XrayS Radec_149.86801023,2.35187442
XrayS Radec_149.88626294,2.37032496 (*)? TARGET_QSO_FAINT
XrayS Radec_149.86807319,2.35940204
-11t3 mo array, -11t6 s.75 wvb pair w/dot, -11t7 s.75 node/foci, -11t8 s.75 rvhybrid w/nodes
(PSed,) -11td,-l,-q,-w s.75 blob "i," -11tm s.75 terete, -11tp s.75 naked foci,
-11tt s.75 lg. cigar, -11tu s.75 spent ht,-l Radec_150.58042274,2.17518705
s1.29 array with ht?
XrayS BEL TARGET_QSO_FAINT Radec_150.5763708,2.18138736
XrayS RadioS cAGN Radec_150.59136898,2.17636124 (*)? -0nvj
-0nv0,-8,-d s.75 blob, -0nv3,-5 s.75 node, -0nve,-x s.75 hybrid, -0nvg s.75 not a star,
-0nv0 s.75 wh. node/blob, -0nvi,-n,-p hybrid w/node, -0nvk rvblob, -0nvq,-u s,75 system,
-0nvs ht

P16 done, p17 s.75 Radec_150.17841381,1.96202395
XrayS radec_150.17841381,1.96202395
XrayS RadioS AGN1 Radec_150.18051298,1.9479279
-0jj0,-m,-r s.75 node, -0jj1 ht, -0jj2 s.75 multi-node (PSed,) -0jj3 s.75 lg. spiral
(z.36)? -0jj4 node, -0jj5,(-p,-w,-y s.75) s.53 terete hybrid, -0jj6 ht red dot mini-me,
-0jj7 rvb-mo, -0jj9,-f s.75 blobby hybrid, -0jjd s.75 array, -0jje rvb-agn? -0jjg med.
agn2 node, -0jjh s.75 wh. dot, 0jjk array, -0jjl s.75, 0jjv s.75 blob Radec_150.61641083,2.84522742
RadioS Radec_150.61496786,2.84055589
RadioS radec_150.61928024,2.85592489
cQSO RadioS Radec_150.60775599,2.85786223
-1ko0 array, -1ko5,-x s.75 sm. node, 1ko8 s.75 hybrid array, -1ko9 blob/hybrid array,
-1kob,-g,-k,(-m/-p) s.75 hybrid, -1koc s.75 dot-node, -1koe,-n naked foci,
-1kol s,75 blob array, -1koo hybrid, 1koq s.75 lg,seg node, -1koy s.75 array,
-1koz s.75 med node

p.18 Radec_149.46175417,2.46413813
-1s30 blue blob, -1s33,-4,-9 rvb-? -1s37 array, -1s3k med. ht
w/significant nodes, 1s3q 'comet,' -1s3y rvb classic

p.19 ? Radec_150.52272904,2.47899619
-15r1 s.75 lg. spiral, -15r3,-q,-u s.75 system, -15r4 s.75 2 nodes, -15r5 s.75 S,
-15r8 s.75 rvb-irr, -15ra s.75 2 blobs, -15rb node and foci, -15rc s.75 blob,
-15rl s.75 blue array, -15rt s.75 hybrid, -15rx s.75 mo,-15ry s.75 lg. irr
« Last Edit: October 23, 2012, 10:14:52 am by Blue_Crew »


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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #16 on: October 21, 2012, 10:37:21 pm »
End of p.1 ht Radec_150.36889453,2.58224641
XrayS Radec_150.37800821,2.56874146
XrayS NELG Radec_150.38388325,2.58708475
-16b0,-1 s.75 rvb, -16b2 cat? 16b3,-9,-j,-k s.75 'comet,' -16b5 s.75 hybrid,
-16b7,-c,-p,-t -i-like, 16bd s.75 cigar and foci, -16bf s.75 med. hybrid,
-16bg s.75 node, -16bh,-v,-w,-y s.75 naked foci, -16bn ht>hen s.75 Radec_150.29525854,2.64504741
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.29922497,2.63343586
-1fv0 s.75 very lg. blue edge-on, -1fv3 s.75 2 nodes, -1fv4,-5,-c,-h,-r s.75 node,
-1fv6 s.75 rvb-cat (z.67)? -1fve s.75 node w/wh. spots, -1fv3 s.75 ht,
-1fv0 irr w/foci, -1fvp,-z s.75 hybrid, -1fvu s.75 blob, -1fvv s.75 node & blob,
-1fvx s.75 irr ht Radec_150.50701395,2.78556665
IrS Radec_150.51652456,2.77614525
-1s70 rvb-qso
Qso XrayS NELG BLAGN Radec_150.62026725,2.62571472 (z1.32)?

-1s73 ht/mo, -1s75 ht w/white dot, -1s70 lg. red len/bar, -1s70 2 nodes,
-1s7b 2 ht 'mill,' -1s7i,-n hybrid, -1s7o lg floc. spiral, -1s7s med. red w/mo,
-1s7v node Radec_149.65627041,2.05113543
XrayS BLAGN Radec_149.65627041,2.05113543 ( z1.8 )?
XrayS Radec_149.65589379,2.06036008 (*)?
RadioS Radec_149.64474055,2.05303574
XrayS radioS Radec_149.67273264,2.05744079
-0lq1 s.75 med. hybrid, -0lq2,-f,-k,-n s.75 blob, -0lq4,-7 ht, -0lq5 node,
-0lq6,-r,-t,-x white node, -0lqa,-p s.75 hybrid, -0lqd,-m,-w s.75 mo,
-0lqe s.75 med. smooth blob, -0lqi,-l s.75 node, -0lqo lens, -0lqv s.75 ht,
- -0lqy s.75 naked foci Radec_150.04782687,2.47600401 (*)?
XrayS Radec_150.04684066,2.48208522
XrayS NLAGN Radec_150.04030312,2.47124855
cQSO UvES Radec_150.05487468,2.48348131

QSO XrayS RadioS IrS AGN1 BEL Radec_  (z1.25)?

-19d0,-2 hybrid mo/'mill,' 19d1,-b s.75 wh. node, -19d4,-g s.75 node,
-19d6,-a,-h mo array, -19dc s.75 red node, -19di s.75 blob, -19ds nodal-S w/mo,
-19dt,-z s.75 hybrid,-t ? Radec_150.02454203,2.43463993
cXrayS cAGN Radec_150.02737976,2.43468499 (*)?
RadioS Radec_150.03346456,2.43590212
RadioS Radec_150.02362356,2.44327454
XrayS RadioS Radec_150.01550288,2.44075497
XrayS IrS BLAGN? Radec_150.02231103,2.4210108
-0zw1 med. lg irr, -0zwd s.75 med. hybrid, -0zwh rvb-foci RadioS
Radec_150.03346456,2.43590212, -0zwi s.75 array, -0zwi,-p s.75 node,
-0zwl s.75 w(*)?vblob AND -0zwm like -1s7p, -0zwm s.75 'bat & ball,'
-0zwu,-x ht array, -0zwv s.75 flung, -0zww classic rvb, -0zwz s.75 nodal

End of p.2 s.75 Radec_149.72758846,2.29301484 (*)?
RadioS IrS Radec_149.73219992,2.29637315
RadioS Radec_149.7281143,2.2774563 (*)?
XrayS cAGN Radec_149.71403688,2.29920659 (*)?
XrayS Radec_149.71664452,2.30371597
-12y1,-4,-e s.75 blob, -12y2 s.75 ht? 12y6 s.75 lg. red spiral, -12y7 array w/dot & foci,
-12yb ht w/foci, -12yw med. blue S, -12y0 s.75 naked foci ? Radec_149.81731058,2.67921766
-1im3,-d similar to -1ims, -1im4 s.75 lg. red ellip., -1im5 s.75 edge-on, -1im7 'comma,'
-1im8 s.75 spot w/blob, -1imb QSO XrayS NELG Radec_149.89051619,2.68235579 (z.27)? Radec_149.89051619,2.68235579

z.27 QSO XrayS NELG
-1imc s.75 nodal/blob, -1ime ht, -1imf,-i s.75 diffuse mo, -1imh s.75 hybrid mo,
-1imj,-l s.75 dot, -1imn,-r,-t 'cat' array,
-1imv array (posted) QSO Xray RadioS UvES IrS S1 Sy1 BEL NLAGN (z.26)? Radec_149.83873167,2.67504929

-1imz,-y s.75 mo IrS Radec_150.33408776,2.5132488
RadioS Radec_150.33924676,2.53123776 target=SKY !
RadioS IrS Radec_150.32232826,2.50437528
-16q1 s.75 'comma,' -16q7 hybrid w/foci? -16qa s.75 rvb? -16qe med./lg. irr. hybrid
-16qg mo w/lg. system, -16qh lg. naked foci, -16qi s.75 1-arm hybrid,
-16qj s.75 white node, -16ql jet blue? -16qn s.75 hybrid & mo, -16qp s.75 array,
-16ql s.75 red edge-on w/mo, -16qu s.75 blob, -16qw blob w/2 foci, -16qx s.75 mini-me
-16qy s.75 'snake'

End of p.3 s.75 Radec_150.05136444,1.89864861
RadioS radec_150.0418629,1.89602242
-0ca0 rvb-cat? -0ca1,-5,-k s.75 node, QSO XrayS HII (z.16)? (*)? Radec_149.98885444,1.90859952

-0cac ht array, -0caf-l,-m s.75 hybrid blob w/foci, -0cag s.75 edge-on hybrid,
-0cai s.75 nodes & foci, -0caj,-p mini-me, -0cas blob w/foci, -0cay s.75 hybrid
w/node, -0caz ht Radec_149.83932422,1.97974146
XrayS Radec_149.83964526,1.97656426
XrayS Radec_149.83719508,1.98576027
XrayS radec_149.82382982,1.97774392
-0l80 s.75 like 0l8y, -0l81,-2 foci w/blob, -0l84 s.75 node, RadioS IrS (z.11)? "Possibly S2B" 
-0l87 s.75 hybrid, -0l89,-j,-n s.75 1-arm spiral, 0l8d,-e,-f,-g blue fragments,
-0l8i mini-me, -0l8k s.75 blob, -0l8m s.75 foci/node
« Last Edit: February 14, 2013, 01:38:11 am by Blue_Crew »


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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #17 on: October 28, 2012, 12:37:08 am »
Continued from p.4 s.75 IrS Radec_150.41907675,1.73609448
RadioS Radec_150.42121003,1.73177579
XrayS RadioS HII Radec_150.41280113,1.741423 (z.2)?
RadioS Radec_150.40105865,1.72594886 (*)?
RadioS IrS AGN2 NELG Radec_150.43189123,1.72872962
-002j0 ht? -002j2,-v s.75 node, -002j5 s,75 foci, -02jb s.75 blob, -02jc,-x s.75 hybrid,
-02j8,-f,-g,-i blue system array, -02jh ht, -02jk s.75 S-node,
-02jn s.75 hybrid pair, -02jp mini-me over -02jw, -02jr node array,
-02js s.75 node lens? ? Radec_150.10196599,2.4259248
XrayS Radec_150.102087,2.42110934 (*)?
cQSO XrayS IrS Radec_150.0949489,2.42517697  (z.35)?

XrayS radec_150.10250948,2.42074843 (*)?
RadioS Radec_150.10522,2.43500402
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.12294342,2.42672786
cQSO UvES Radec_150.08838881,2.41838639 (z.26)?

-1r31 hybrid with foci, -1r33 node, -1r34,-6,-7.-8 mini-me, -1r3e nodal array,
-1r3f hybrid w/mo, -1r3n lg. spiral XrayS radioS IrS S1 Sy1 (BLAGN NLAGN)? (z.04)
-1r3q array w/foci, -1r3r lens, -1r3s,-t nodal array s.75 Radec_149.66651275,2.25452234
XrayS LRG NLAGN Radec_149.66252331,2.26960546 (z.67)?
-0tm0,-z s.75 rvb, -0tm3 s.75 node & tadpole, -0tm5,-f hybrid mini-mes,
-0tm8 irr w/white spot, -0tm9 s.75 sm. hybrid, -0tma s.75 like -0tm3,
-0tmd,-i s.75 white S, -0tme ht/'mill,' -0tmh lens, -0tml,-m s.75 node/blob,
-0tmn hybrid blob, -0tmo,-w s.75 node, -0tmu s.75 array (PS) s.75 Radec_150.58453796,1.92301738 (*)?
XrayS GClstr Radec_150.58453796,1.92301738 (*)?
QSO XrayS RQQ BEL Radec_150.58121405,1.92694883 (z1.5)? (*)?

QSO XrayS Radec_150.58542986,1.93855372

-08p0,-1,-g s.75 edge-on system, -08p7,-m,-o rvb, -08p9 s.75 red ellip.,
-08pa,-t s.75 centric system, -08pb s.75 irr/terete, -08pc,-i s.75 nodal array (PS,)
-08pp,-r,-v s.75 red node, -08px hybrid blob,-g s.75 Radec_149.73624949,2.02789854
white dot association?
QSO XrayS cAGN Radec_149.73624949,2.02789854

XrayS Radec_149.74421473,2.03819565
QSO XrayS BEL BLAGN Radec_149.74450777,2.02749231 (z2.45) (*)?

RadioS Radec_149.74833441,2.02235787 (*)?
RadioS Radec_149.74421473,2.03819565 (*)?
RadioS Radec_149.73088144,2.01575853
RadioS radec_149.73955292,2.01799097
-0lj0 s.75 blob, -0lj2 'broken' hybrid, -0lj3 maxi-me w/lens? -0lj4,-x s.75 edge,
-0lj5 s.75 node, -0lj6 s.75 irr blob, -0lj8 s.75 red node, -0lj9 odd red ellip.,
-0ljb ht w/nodals, -0ljd,-e s.75 foci, -0ljh S array, -0ljl s.75 array,
-0ljy edge ellip. rvb Radec_149.49824936,1.94504295
nodal system & dot
RadioS Radec_149.49068341,1.94934601 (*)?
RadioS Radec_149.49068341,1.94934601 (*)?
-0f22,-6,-b,-g,-v,-y(PSed) s.75 edge hybrid, -0f23 s.75 lens? -0f24,
-j s.75 hybrid blob, -0f25 s.75 dot w/sm. blob, -0f29,-l,-o s.75 classic rvb,
-0f2e s.75 foci/node TARGET_QSO_FAINT (*)?

-0f2f,-k,-p,-u s.75 red node, -0f2h s.75 irr w/foci, -0f2i s.75 nodal,
-0f2m ht array, -0f2q array like -0f21, -0f2x s.75 classic rvb w/dot & foci Radec_150.40817574,2.26442232 (*)?
2 nodes
26_QSO XrayS cAGN Radec_150.40509037,2.27015212 (*)? cAGN@1

96_XrayS Radec_150.39878487,2.27205976 (*)? @1:30
168_XrayS Radec_150.40454154,2.27790603 @12:30
241_XrayS Radec_150.39228331,2.27006191 @2:15
-0of0 ht arc/toes@8, -0of1,-2 s.75 node array,
204_QSO z1.43 Radec_150.48170085,2.27319731 XrayS NLAGN@8:45
-0of3 white spot lens? (*)? -0of4 s.75 med. hybrid co@8,
-0of1,-v s.75 red node, -0of6 rvb array,
e.s XrayS@9:30 (above NLAGN@9:15)
-0of8 S-hybrid w/d.g.b,-0of9,-a s.75 shrimp,-c s.75 hybrid,
-e hybrid w/c.o@3-5 z-phot1.27 (102_z1.34 NLAGN@10) PSed
-f s.75 hybrid w/c.o@7:30 10_XrayS@2:45 14_@10:30 (*)? 88_QSO XrayS (*)? cAGN@9 133_XrayS@10:45
-i s.75 pale node, -j s.75 centric.S -n s.75 red.hybrid (see -e re:poster 2),-n s.75 edge,-r hybrid.edge w/d.g.b see -e,
-s s.75 tear w/c.o@1-2,-t (*)?,-u red.S dust.c.o@3,-v s.75 red.node & mo@10:45,-w s.75 lg.irr.swept@2-3,-x s.75 bias.nodal,
-0ofc, -l s.75 hybrid, -0off s.75 irr hybrid, -0ofj s.75 S, -0ofu s.75 red hybrid,
-0ofw s.75 lg. hybrid
-z hybrid.edge & g.b

End of p.5 Radec_150.71449171,2.10419019 (*)?
hybrid and nodal group
-1pn2 rvb, -1pn5 nodal group, 1pna edge hybrid, -1pnb node and dot,
-1pnd mini-me array, -1png rvb/mo, -1pno,-p mini-me, -1pnr 'mill'?
-blue pair, -1pnx lensing, -1pnz naked foci,-3 Radec_150.52974071,2.2457498
QSO XrayS BEL Radec_150.52618542,2.24496223 (*)? (z1.27)?

RadioS GLens Radec_150.53547868,2.23962264
RadioS Radec_150.5358653,2.25658603
-1qb0 sm. flung, -1qb8 lg. red w/spec z.19, -1qb9,-a blue pair,
-1qb8d GPair? 3-part system? with nodal group #2 PS-'Mill,' -1qbf 'mill'?
-1qbi hhybrid w/node, -1qbl mini-me irrs., -1qbp rvb Radec_150.21817601,2.38767332
ht target and blue pair array (lg. -0yy1)
QSO XrayS AGN1 BEL Radec_150.21069559,2.3915593 (z3.1)!

XrayS cAGN Radec_150.2143513,2.38040923

XrayS RadioS IrS S1 Sy1 BLAGN NLAGN (?) Radec_150.23005791,2.3955224 (z.04)

-0yy3,-5,-9,-x s.75 hybrid, -0yy6 s.75 node, -0yya ht, -0yyc s.75 edge,
-0yyd s.75 med. red centric, -0yye ht, -0yyf s.75 node/foci, -0yyh s.75 dot,
-0yyi s.75 irr., -0yyj s.75 hybrid terete, -0yyk s.75 red node w/? -0yyo s.75 rvw,
-0yyq s.75 node, -0yyr s.75 blue-Z, -0yyw,-y mo Radec_149.48775921,1.87530267 (*)?
2 blue nodes
RadioS IrS Radec_149.4826956,1.86306202
-0f72,-y s.75 blob/hybrid, -0f75,-2 system w/2 mos, -0f76 lens?
-0f77,-9 ht 'mill' mini-me array, -0f78 s.75 rvw, -0f7c ht,
-0f7d s.75 sm. nodular, -0f7e,-u blob, -0f7f rvb ('shrimp' dup.,)
-0f7h s.75 red node, -0f7k s.75 sm. node, -0f7l s.75 sm. pair
-0f7n s.75 nodal pair, dup.? -0f7o s.75 ht dup.? -0f7p s.75 1-arm wh. node,
-0f7t ht (torus?) -0f7z s.75 system w/blue arc-arm Radec_149.84905211,2.30092742
hybrid w/nodes
XrayS Radec_149.84140514,2.30596848 (*)?
RadioS Radec_149.84816309,2.29289618 (*)?
XrayS Radec_149.8363347,2.30205372
RadioS Radec_149.84187074,2.28966186
XrayS Radec_149.85116363,2.28749412
-11r0,-7,-a,-j s.75 node, -11r1 s.75 blobby node, -11r3 irr., -11r5 ht array near -11r6,
-11r9,-l s.75 white dot, -11ri,-m,-o,-t s.75 red node, -11ro s.75 hybrid irr. w/node,
-11ru s.75 red edge w/mo, -11rv s.75 nodal irr., -11rw s.75 1-arm hybrid Radec_150.47242387,2.54442636 (*)?
nodal array
RadioS IrS Radec_150.47705155,2.54883691
QSO XrayS cAGN Radec_150.46527947,2.53466606

-1rn1 mini-me, -1rn4,-s lumpy irr., -1rnc clumpy mini-me, -1rng,-y node, -1rnh ht,
-1rni.-j clumpy 'noodle,' -1rnn classic rvb, -1rnx 1-arm irr. s.75 Radec_150.45975916,2.5723978
hybrid - not target
RadioS Radec_150.45867249,2.56071353
-15f0 s.75 hybrid, -15f3 s.75 ht & nodes, -15f4 s.75 edge-on & node,
-15f7 s.75 edge-on array, -15f8 s.75 terete, -15fa s.75 red bar S,
-15fc s.75 red lentic., -15fd s.75 'comma,' -15fh,-q s.75 red cigar & mo,
-15fi s.75 ht array, -15fk irr hybrid, -15fl s.75 node, -15ft s.75 hybrid w/nodes,
-15fu s.75 blob, -15fv s.75 white centric node, -15fw,-z node & blob ? Radec_150.19858089,2.55017558
red node
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.19575383,2.54255689
RadioS Radec_150.21194313,2.55049708
RadioS IrS Radec_150.18660955,2.55741626
-17l2,-j s.75 red node, -17l4,-k s.75 hybrid node, -17l5 rvb, -17l7,-h mo,
-17lb s.75 rvw, -17ld s.75 hybrid node, -17le s.75 wh. node, -17lf,-x s.75 blob,
-17l2 s.75 classic rvb, -17lq s.75 streak array, -17lt blob, -17lu s.75 edge,
-17l2 s.75 mini-me? rvw
« Last Edit: March 17, 2013, 12:20:57 am by Blue_Crew »


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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #18 on: November 13, 2012, 11:13:59 am »
Candidates from other threads blue node and extended system
RadioS IrS HII Radec_150.14882485,2.02040705 (z.26)?
RadioS Radec_150.16030587,2.02634838
-0jm0 s.75 rvb array, -0jm3,-n,-s s.75 red edge, -0jm5,-e,-j -0jm2 clone,
-0jm6 s.75 red node, -0jm7 s.75 wh. dot, -0jmb s.75 blob,
-0jmc,-f,-m hybrid, -0jmi s.75 ht/node, -0jmk s.75 edge,
-0jmq s.75 hybrid & wh. dot, -0jmr s75 nodular train ext. 6,
-0jmt s75 centric blob, -0jmu pseudo-ring, -0jmv s75 cluster ext. 5,
-0jmw s75 hybrid, -0jmx s75 mo, -0jmy s75 node, -0jmz s75 rvb classic no NED field, but QSO. Radec_149.59525569,2.79232506
ht/polar ring (PS)
09h58m23.0s +02d47m32s RadioS Radec_149.59525569,2.79232506
09h58m22.8s +02d47m27s RadioS Radec_149.59525569,2.79232506
09h58m22.3s +02d47m21s RadioS Radec_149.59525569,2.79232506
Xray RadioS Radec_149.59525569,2.79232506
09h58m22.0s +02d47m12s RadioS Radec_149.59153918,2.7837964
09h58m21.7s +02d47m05s RadioS Radec_149.59153918,2.7837964
09h58m20.3s +02d47m59s RadioS Radec_149.58259178,2.80086823 (*)?
RadioS Radec_149.59075062,2.80578839
-1n61 red node w/lens-like train, -1n62 s.75 rvb, -1n63 s.75 med. red barred,
-1n64,-8 s.75 edge, -1n65 s.75 hybrid, -1n67 posted in lens, -1n6a s.75 red node, 
-1n6d s.75 nodish, -1n6i s.75 edge & mo, -1n6j ht, -1n6k,-t s.75 red node array,
-1n6l s.75 red edge, -1n6n s.75 lg. edge, -1n6o,-v lg. red edge & mo,
-1n6q,-u s.75 irr., -1n6w odd blues, -1n6x s.75 edge & mo, -1n6y s.75 node/foci,
-1n6z wh. dots ht s.75 Radec_150.22823739,2.26981904
XrayS RadioS lg hybrid spiral w/nodes
XrayS RadioS NLAGN Radec_150.22713048,2.26811063 (*)?
XrayS Radec_150.21740533,2.27172197
RadioS Radec_150.23433535,2.27687017 TARGET_QSO_FAINT
XrayS RadioS cAGN Radec_150.21942477,2.27996089
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.23259198,2.25302133 (*)?
RadioS Radec_150.24145174,2.25679868
-0q81 red pair, -0q82,(-4,-c,-f) s.75 hybrid (edges), -0q86 hybrid 'tadpole' (PS,)
-0q89 ht pair, -0q8a,-k,-o,-w s.75 red node, -0q8d,-l s.75 node array,
-0q8g s.75 edge & mo, -0q8i s.75 irr. w/foci, -0q8j,-m s.75 rvb/'mill' (PS,) 
-0q8n,-u s.75 hybrid, -0q8r rvb-nodes, -0q8s s.75 blob/ht, -0q8t red node & mo,
-0q8v node, -0q8y s.75 irr. edge Radec_150.37298291,2.56476479 [a]
limb-like string(cat) of pearls and in field range of Radec_150.37600908,2.54111977
RadioS (2) IrS Radec_150.37298291,2.56476479 [a] (z.2)? nearby G
XrayS Radec_150.37800821,2.56874146
RadioS Radec_150.3716479,2.55184935 (*)?
-16c0 centric hybrid RadioS Radec_150.34732947,2.57012628 (z.9)? (PS,)
-16c1 s.75 rvb/mo, -16c3 like -16cg, -16c4 system w/foci & nodular,
-16c5 remote ht? and node, -16c6 s.75 compact node w/foci, -16c7 s.75 node w/jet?
-16c8,-a s.75 2 nodes, -16c9 s.75 med. red edge, -16cf s.75 wh. dot,
-16ch,-v s.75 naked ht/hybrid, -16ci,-l(s.75) nodal edge, -16cn s.75 red dot,
-16cs s.75 red centric node, -16ct flocculent spiral, -16cu s.75 nodal 'limb,'
-16cx,-y s.75 edge, -16c6 med. lenticular ring (in What's a QSO?) s.75 Radec_150.67516252,2.41446518
nodal hybrid
RadioS Radec_50.68884497,2.41793945
-0vg0,-7,-h mo, -0vg1 s.75 nodular blob, -0vg3 s.75 ht, -0vga centric hybrid IrS,
-0vgb s.75 lg. system (PS,) -0vg1,-q s.75 hybrid mo, -0vge,-o,-s,-w s.75 red node,
-0vgf,-u s.75 edge, -0lvg s.75 nodes array, -0vgn s.75 hybrid/ht, -0vgp,-r(s.75) blob,
-0vgv s.75 hybrid blob
                 (AHZ2-1e7*-series done) Radec_343.20976371,11.8367557

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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #19 on: November 17, 2012, 07:36:08 pm »
Rescuing orphaned Blupers Candidates
Salvage Operation 05.
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note: "hybrid" - a visual assumption and
both series are not all inclusive. Radec_150.0764,Dec2.0539 AHZ2001pys
XrayS Radec_150.07852296,2.04579995
XrayS Radec_150.08713333,2.05314798 s.75 Radec_150.1349,2.3240
RadioS Radec_150.14894727,2.32250288
RadioS IrS Radec_150.1471291,2.33712454 s.75 -1loi Radec_150.1528, 2.8690
RadioS Ra_150.15069142, Dec_2.86152633
Ra_150.1821, Dec_2.8445 AHZ2001loi s.75 -1lod
end of p7 s.75 Radec_150.65255969,2.06355059
'limb' node
-0fo0 s.75 proximity array? -0fo1,-2,-3,-m s.75 ht/hybrid, -0fo5 rvb-flare?
-0fo6 s.75 node, -0fo7 s.75 rv2b, -0fo8 s.75 node/ht? array, -0fo9,-d,-e s.75 red node,
-0foc lumpy node, -0fof node, -0fog,-h s.75 ht array, -0foi s.75 centric node,
-0fol s.75 bar hybrid, -0for s.75 hybrid & mo, -0fos,-y s.75 red node, -0fot s.75 irr.,
-0fov s.75 hybrid edge, -0foz red node & mo s.75 Radec_150.41694359,2.77821941
centric edge IrS
RadioS Radec_150.40852043,2.77864022
-1ec0 s.75 node/foci, -1ec1 s.75 node & red edge, -1ec2 s.75 hybrid array,
-1ec4 s.75 weak ht, -1ec5 s.75 3-arm red centric, -1ec6,-x s.75 red node & mo,
-1ec7 s.75 busy node, -1ec8 s.75 red lentic. w/flare, -1ec9 s.75 red node,
-1ecb hybrid edge, -1ecc s.75 red side w/flocculence, -1ecd S-bar w/ansae
in the field array & XrayS NELG Radec_150.44099118,2.7664901?
-1ece s.75 fishhook' irr., -1ecf s.75 red node array, -1ecg s.75 sm. centric
hybrid, -1ech s.75 red centric edge, -1eci s.75 centric hybrid system,
-1ecj,-k s.75 red node, -1ecn s.75 sm. hybrid edge, -1ecq s.75 rvb-twin,
-1ecr s.75 irr. w/2 nodal foci, -1ecs s.75 ht/midi-me, -1ect s.75 node pair?
-1ecu s.75 sm. node, -1ecw s.75 twisted centric hybrid, -1ecy lg. lentic. w/
blue sm. blue areas (has lens ref.) RadioS Radec_150.40852043,2.77864022 &
near QSO XrayS BEL Radec_150.40151047,2.79080734 (*)? TARGET_QSO_REJECT

-1ecu s.75 odd pair duplicate s.75 Radec_150.53406227,2.80134938 (*)?
blob & foci in array
RadioS Radec_150.52571946,2.80404624
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.51447634,2.81021379
RadioS Radec_150.51970807,2.81809384
-1kv0 s.75 rvb? -1kv4,-7 pair & ht, -1kv6,-v s.75 edge & mo, -1kv9 inverted ht,
-1kvb s.75 centric bar hybrid, -1kvc s.75 hybrid/node array, -1kvf med. hybrid system, XrayS IrS Radec_150.4945812,2.80051278,
-1kvj,-z s.75 hybrid & mo, -1kvl s.75 'mills,' -1kvm s.75 red node & mo, -1kvo hybrid & mo,
-1kvp,-r s.75 edge, -1kvq s.75 edge and ht remnant? -1kvt s.75 nodular, -1kvu,-y s.75 node s.75 Radec_150.33849835,2.36207364 (*)?
XrayS BLAGN Radec_150.34192248,2.3633848
RadioS Radec_150.33374776,2.36438149 (*)?
IrS Radec_150.32922298,2.36958737
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.34798254,2.36986224 (*)?
GPair Radec_150.33380208,2.37829935
XrayS AGN2 Radec_150.34798254,2.36986224 (*)?
XrayS Radec_150.32994898,2.35164769 (*)?
RadioS IrS Radec_150.33100631,2.37534484
-0y70 s.75 GPair/ht, -0y71,-3 s.75 edge & mos, -0y72,-b s.75 red node,
-0y74,-7 s.75 node/foci, -0y75,-n,-p,-s s.75 node, -0y76 s.75 foci pair,
-0y78 s.75 red centric system & mos, -0y79,-g s.75 edge, Radec_150.28221567,2.46019387
IrS GLens? -0y7j s.75 edge node(s,) -0y7r s.75 med. S array, -0y7t s.75 hybrid,
-0y7v,-w s.75 group Radec_150.36316205,2.01594917
sm. nodular hybrid
RadioS Radec_150.35784784,2.02482133
GPair Radec_150.37248786,2.0174114
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.35784784,2.02482133
RadioS Radec_150.37507044,2.02621577
RadioS Radec_150.35109433,2.01030485 (*)?
GGroup Radec_150.36467311,2.00293196
-0ia0,-j,-q,-r,-w,-x s.75 red bar, -0ia6 red node & mo, -0ia7,-9 s.75 node,
-0ia8 s.75 med. red node, -0iaa s.75 edge, -0iaf ht? -0iai s.75 hybrid,
-0iak s.75 * occult, -0iao s.75 edge & wh. dot, -0ias s.75 rvb-hybrid s.75 Radec_150.59457787,1.94409931 (*)?
hybrid array
RadioS Radec_150.59230117,1.95401195 (*)?
QSO XrayS Radec_150.58542986,1.93855372

XrayS Radec_150.60366144,1.93683589
XrayS RadioS cAGN Radec_150.60710642,1.93507974
-08m1,-y s.75 red edge, -08m2 s.75 mo/node, -08m7 s.75 node, -08m8 s.75 node & wh. dot,
-08m9,-k s.75 irr. node, -08ma s.75 hybrid w/mo, -08mc s.75 foci, -08mm 'mill,'
-08mr,-u,-x s.75 red node Radec_149.72900389,2.51331236
angular hybrid
-1s02,-3 node & foci, -1s08,-9 pair (z.96)? XrayS NLAGN Radec_149.58530408,2.55754034,
-1s0c rvb pair? -1s0h parity ht, -1s0t S w/train, -1s0v (s.75?) node, -1s0w irr. series duplicate s.75 Radec_150.44943007,2.86482444 (*)?
rvb array
-1l51,-j s.75 red node, -1l52 s.75 red edge, -1l53,-4,-6 s.75 node & foci,
-1l55,-8,-9,-d s.75 hybrid, -1l5a s.75 wh. dot, -1l5e s.75 node w/tail,
-1l5f s.75 centric system, -1l5g ht array, -1l5i s.75 node, -1l5k s.75 rvb & wh. dot,
-1l5m s.75 irr. & node, -1l5o s.75 node & hybrid, -1l5p s.75 ht & foci,
-1l5q s.75 naked foci XrayS BEL Radec_150.44748607,2.79280663 (*)?
-1l5s s.75 spiral w/mo, -1l5t s.75 rvb, -1l5v s.75 sm. node & irr. blob, -1l5x s.75 rvb? s.75 Radec_149.80504337,1.93731573 (*)?
bifurcated node ext. 10
-0d91 system and node/foci, -0d96 s.75 hybrid edge, -0d98 s.75 lg. centric hybrid,
-0d9c centric node scaled closely to -0d94, -0d9f,-g compact and loose pair,
-0d9j red system & classical mo, -0d9m,-v s.75 node edge, -0d9n s.75 red node/system,
-0d9o,-q 3 type array, -0d9t s.75 nodal mo, -0d9y nodal Sy1-skirt ext. 15 s.75 Radec_150.03055283,2.28295205
array (-9,-c also)
RadioS cGLens Radec_150.03624637,2.28446052
-0rl0 s.75 rvb, -0rl1 2-arm hybrid, -0rl2 1-arm irr & foci,
-0rl3,-a,-f s.75 red node, -0rl4 s.75 1-arm centric system, -0rl5,-8,-v s.75 node,
-0rl6 s.75 wh. dot, -0rl7,-y s.75 'tear' node, -0rlb s.75 'foot' with nodal 'toe,'
-0rld s.75 red node/GLens? & mo, -0rlg s.75 edge, -0rlj,-r s.75 pure, lg.? ht,
-0rlo s.75 (rogue lensed?/'mill') blue edge, -0rls s.75 red node & train,
-0rlt s.75 hybrid & ('pure')ht Radec_149.72360552,2.65047683
node pair
RadioS Radec_149.71592117,2.65961653
XrayS Radec_149.72059791,2.66484959
-1sn0 lg. spiral, 1sn1 edge w/foci, 1sn2 ht & edge pair, 1sn6 ht,
-1sna red ellip & 3 mo? -1snb edge & mo? -1sng ht, -1snl node w/ht?
-1snn red node, -1snp hybrid ht, -1snr node, -1snv red pair,
-1snx hybrid Radec_150.34648782,2.47131779
progressively larger, 3-node linear array
XrayS radec_150.3430439,2.46763078
RadioS radec_150.358243,2.47779868
RadioS Radec_150.33238325,2.46559017
-16x5 s.75 hybrid & mo, -16x6 ht, -16x7,-m,-z s.75 red node, -16xd,-i s.75 blob/ring,
-16xe s.75 array, -16xg s.75 red edge & mo, -16xl s.75 node, -16xo linear nodules,
-16xs s.75 red system w/rings, -16xt s.75 edge, -16xu s.75 lg. S w/foci,
-16xx s.75 rvb Radec_150.07041546,2.59684147
XrayS HII Radec_150.06594787,2.58679258
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.06017562,2.60170371
RadioS Radec_150.06682263,2.60816548
RadioS Radec_150.08602715,2.60038388
-17qa s.75 edge, -17qb s.75 ~med. spiral, -17qc s.75 ht in array,
-17qd s.75 ht/ring blob? -17qe s.75 posted, -17qf s.75 node,
-17qh s.75 hybrid edge, -17qi,-m s.75 ht/array, -17qj s.75 hybrid & mo,
-17qk blue arm system, -17qp s.75 red w/mo, -17qr s.75 red system & mo,
-17qs mini-me array, -17qt rvb, -17qu spiral hybrid, -17qv s.75 sm. hybrid,
-17qw,-z(& mo) s.75 red edge s.75 Radec_149.6335259,1.90303859
linear nodal in feeble array
XrayS IrS Radec_149.6376296,1.90680086
RadioS IrS Radec_149.64568046,1.89668549
-0e90 s.75 red edge, -0e91 node w/'leech,' -0e92 s.75 red edge & mo,
-0e93 s.75 minimal ht, -0e94,-c s.75 med. system, -0e95 s.75 blue edge,
-0e96 s.75 med. red edge, -0e97 s.75 red edge w/foci & mo, -0e98 hybrid,  s.75
-0e9a s.75 pair, -0e9g s.75 node/system, -0e9i,(-l s.75) array,
-0e9j rvb & mini-me? -0e9k IrS array, -0e9m s.75 red node & blue foci,
-0e9n 'mill,' -0e9p,-q s.75 nodal 'comet,' -0e9r s.75 inner & outer rings,
-0e9s lg. 'mill,' -0e9t s.75 edge, -0e9v large arms small core s.75 Radec_149.91866834,2.47727599
nodular blob or hybrid
RadioS Radec_149.93081473,2.48506227
-19q0 s.75 edge, -19q1 s.75 2 mos, -19q2 s.75 clone of -19qp,
-19q4,-7,-e,-g,-j,-x,(-5 w/mo) s.75 red node, -19q6,-t,-y s.75 node,
-19q7 s.75 another clone? -19q9 s.75 hybrid, -19qf ht/array,
-19qi s.75 array, -19qr lens? -19qs s.75 hybrid array Radec_149.8748904,2.64811447
angular S-system
XrayS Radec_149.87104914,2.64253917
XrayS cAGN Radec_149.86063177,2.64470221
RadioS IrS Radec_149.87965046,2.66347017
-1iq0,-7 s.75 red system, -1iq2 s.75 like -1iqk, -1iq5,-y s.75 red node,
-1iq6 s.75 lens? -1iq8 s.75 ht/mini-me, -1iq9 s.75 system, -1iqb s.75 'mill,'
-1iqe s.75 lsb, -1iqh,-l,-m s.75 2 mos (PS,) -1iqi s.75 node & blob,
-1iqo,(-s s.75) 3-node (seen before) and red blob, -1iqq nodular blob,
-1iqr s.75 ht/array, -1iqv s.75 polar ring/X, -1iqx s.75 med. ps-ring? s.75 Radec_149.87023523,2.75726055
red nodular train & S w/node -1i7i
XrayS cAGN radec_149.85368259,2.75892671
-1i70,-2,-9,-d s.75 node, -1i73,-8,-q,-y,-z s.75 red node,
-1i74 s.75 nodular 'limb' by ht-1i75, -1i7b nodular, -1i7e s.75 red node & mo,
-1i7f s.75 node & mo, -1i7g,-h s.75 red system, -1i7k s.75 hybrid,
-1i7m s.75 edge, -1i7n s.75 system, -1i7o ht? array,
-1i7p s.75 hybrid w/peripheral train, -1i7s,-t s.75 2-node array,
-1i7w s.75 hybrid nodes s.75 Radec_150.40586545,2.62650306
blob w/sm. foci
RadioS Radec_150.40586545,2.62650306
XrayS cAGN Radec_150.39474936,2.63918044
XrayS HII Radec_150.41580731,2.63696185
RadioS Radec_150.40386285,2.60859898
-1ev0,-7(& mo),-i,-t s.75 red node, -1ev1 s.75 med. red system,
-1ev2,-w s.75 hybrid & mo, -1ev4 s.75 early system w/wh. dot?
-1ev5,-8,-a s.75 ht? -1ev9 s.75 lentic. & mo, -1evc S,  -1evd s.75 edge,
-1eve,-f s.75 ht & nodes, -1evh,-n hybrid/ht, -1evj,-x s.75 nodular blob,
-1evk,-u s.75 hybrid, -1evm,-r s.75 node, -1evy s.75 Sy1-edge & ht?
-1evz 'mill' array s.75 Radec_149.60397142,2.65844625
-1jr0 s.75 (2Sy2,1Sy1) array & S-node 'mill,'
-1jr3 s.75 centric wh. node, -1jr4 centric bar-node,  -1jr5 s.75 node,
-1jr8 s.75 ragged edge, -1jr0 s.75 lg. barred, ring lentic.
cQSO Radec_ (z.36)?

-1jrb s.75 edge, -1jrc s.75 ht remnant? -1jrj s.75 node array, -1jrl s.75 wh. dot,
-1jrp s.75 blob & wh. dot, -1jrq,-r s.75 rvb-nodal, -1jrs,-x s.75 red node,
-1jru s.75 red node & mo, -1jrv,-w s.75 node? -1jry s.75 hybrid w/foci s.75 Radec_150.44640549,2.84692215 (*)?
IrS (z.576)? nested jd/wu & -14wb NOT over ht?
-1kz1 lens? -1kz2 s.75 classic rvb, -1kz3 s.75 ht, -1kz6 s.75 partial lg. spiral,
-1kz9 s.75 nodal hybrid, -1kza s.75 irr. lsb like -06rb, -1kzd s.75 node,
-1kzj s.75 nodal hybrid & foci, -1kzm ht, -1kzp,-q,-v s.75 ht/foci remnant?
-1kzr s.75 array & foci, -1kzs s.75 'limb,' -1kzt s.75 lg. red edge W/dl,
-1kzu s.75 'limb,' -1kzy s.75 red edge and centric node Radec_149.76810854,1.69704407
centric irr. system
XrayS Radec_149.77763171,1.69459304 (*)?
RadioS Radec_149.77343213,1.70069361
RadioS Radec_149.7550968,1.69906029
-06r0,-1,-3,-5,-f s.75 node, -06r2,-j pair hybrid & mo, -06r8 node/'limb,'
-06r9 s.75 wh. dot, -06rb lg. irr/lsb (PSed,) -06re s.75 wh. node,
-06rj red edge & mo, -06rl s.75 lg. red spiral, -06ro s.75 red ellip. & mo,
-06rp,-s,-v rvb-mini-me, -06r0q s.75 naked foci, -06rx s.75 red edge,
-06rz s.75 hybrid see -1sy6

continued at -1h1i ...
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #20 on: November 23, 2012, 10:59:58 pm »
From Hubble m-bombs ...
Replies sorted from latest to earliest.
End p2.
End p3.
AHZ20013be  AHZ2001gct  AHZ2001gd4  AHZ2001gcv
End p4.
End p6.
End p7.
End of p8. (orig. was fake)
AHZ2000qyx (PSed) mini-me
End of p9. 'sword' guard-like edge (orig. was fake)
End of p10.

AHZ2000rg8 closer view of another post
AHZ2001en6 rvb array
End of p11.
AHZ2000iyr mini-me s.75 array 'sword' cross-guard chain htvb
End of p12. hybrid array z.75 'seahorse' 'ostrich'
End of p13. s.75 s.75 irr. w/foci
End of p14. s.75 blue array
End of p15.
AHZ20016bn continuous array
End of p16.
AHZ20002jw posted 'sword' like pair & system scale reference -0hv8
AHZ2000h7h ht pair rvb
End of p17.
AHZ2000tdv lens?
AHZ20010eg s.75 Radec_149.7283767,2.4032413
angled, multi-nodular TARGET_QSO_FAINT
XrayS IrS Radec_149.72646949,2.419438 (z.125) spec.
AHZ200190g IrS
End of p18
End of p19-p36.
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #21 on: November 28, 2012, 12:30:06 pm »
From Hubble Ringed or Pseudoringed Galaxies
(last in first out), -1 Radec_150.0352368,2.25604793
RadioS IrS ELG centric hybrid lg. bar w/pr-arms & field companion & GTrpl (z.37)?
XrayS Radec_150.03499415,2.25682202
XrayS ULX Radec_150.03552858,2.24670086
RadioS Radec_150.02700662,2.26517668 (*)?
GPair Radec_150.04816253,2.25919941 (*)?
XrayS Radec_150.02177814,2.24887777
-1qjo red edge & qso? & XrayS UvES NLAGN (z.66)? Radec_149.99364734,2.25856768,
-1qj3, -4 rvb array, -1qj6 spiral array, -1qj9, -g node, -1qjd rvb, -1qjj med/lg. side hybrid,
-1qjn 2 blue stars, -1qjt smaller -1qj2, -1qju, -v r(S)vb, -1qjw irr. & node, -1qjx, -y rvb

AHZ2000gnu S w/spec lg. S blue core
AHZ2000vpb lg. system
End p2.

AHZ2001no8, AHZ2000fnr, AHZ2000xn8
AHZ2000xn8, AHZ2001k3y, AHZ2000ke0, AHZ2000lj9
AHZ2000ud9, AHZ2001efp, AHZ2000jeh, AHZ2001jra
AHZ2000387, AHZ2001a5e
End p3. Radec_149.74728056,2.34567971 (p.6)
RadioS IrS busy 1-arm spiral & inner ring?
GTrpl Radec_149.75395722,2.34995731
GPair Radec-149.73828571,2.3288121
XrayS RadioS IrS NELG Radec_149.75266584,2.3317322 (z.33)?
cQSO RadioS IrS Radec_149.73083546,2.34365282

-11v1, -d s.75 red ellip. & lsb, -11v3 s.75 rvb, -11v9, -a hybrid,
-11vb node, -11ve s.75 irr., -11vh s.75 edge array, -11vj s.75 red node,
-11vl node & mo, -11vo s.75 centric S & mo, -11vq s.75 red edge,
-11vs s.75 rvb-edge/node, -11vt sm. -11vv, -11vx s.75 ht, -11vy s.75 node array,
(AHZ2001a2h similar )

(Pp 9-18 no AHZ2-series.)
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #22 on: November 28, 2012, 11:17:58 pm »
From "Rare Galaxy Types" thread ...

From Hubble Ring-like
(Last in first out.) s.75 Radec_150.33097044,1.87971835 (p.5)
GPair (-0ahl) cSy2 med. nodular cluster
XrayS Radec_150.33764874,1.88719139
GCluster Radec_150.34644546,1.89370265 (*)?
XrayS Radec_150.31697471,1.88749588
-0ah0 s.75 node,  -0ah1 s.75 hybrid(ht,) -0ah2 s.75 edge & mo, -0ah3 s.75 lsb Z, -0ah5 node,
-0ah0 s.75 red node & lsbo, -0ah9, -t s.75 node, -0aha s.75 in polar ring thread, 
-0ahb s.75 edge & mo, -0ahc, -r s.75 ht edge, -0ahg s.75 edge, -0ahj array w/wh. dot,
-0ahm s.75 hybrid, -0ahp s.75 red ellip., -0ahq s.75 ht, -0ahv, -w s.75 red node,
-0ahx s.75 naked foci QSO XrayS cAGN Radec_150.35307803,1.96075028

-0ahy s.75 irr.

(Pp 6-31 no AHZ2_series.)

From Hubble Stars
(Last in first out.
Another series target is primary object.), -4 Radec_149.72360552,2.65047683
node pair in partial red ellip. field
RadioS Radec_149.71592117,2.65961653
XrayS Radec_149.72059791,2.66484959
-1sn1 array w/node & foci, -1sn2 centric-rvb pair,  -1sn6 centric hybrid, -1sna 'wave lens,'
-1snb hybrid edge, -1sng sloppy ht array, -1snh ht w/compressed edge?
-1sni lens or rvb, -1snj edge & mo, -1snk sm. node, -1snl wave-node by ht array,
-1snp 1-arm ht, -1snr strewn array w/node,   -1sns HSs w/field objects, -1snx hybrid,
-1sny seahorse? field, -1snz 'mill', -1 s.75 Radec_150.11622288,1.59657448
rvb med. pair with dense feature in lsb (PS)
RadioS Radec_150.11158932,1.59062029 (*)?
RadioS Radec_150.11717914,1.5797651 (*)?
-00l2 flocculent system, -00l3 red centric & mo, -00l5 bar & arms, -00l6 edge irr. (PS,)
-00l7 rvb (PS,) -00l9 ht/hybrid array, -00lc s.75 like -00l0, -00lm, -n s.75 centric red? node,
-00lo nodular hybrid (PS,) -00lp lens?(-q[PS]) in field, -00ls s.75 node, -00lz s.75 red & mo

From "Look-alike" thread ... Radec_149.54934516,1.69873929
IrS array, system & nodes
-0821,-3,-i,-q,-r,-u s.75 node, -0826,-8,-c s.75 red node,
-0821 red node by exemplar/glens, -0829,-e s.75 rvb & companion, -082d,-m s.75 rvb,
-082f s.75 red node & wh. dot, -082n s.75 naked foci, -082s s.75 rvb edge pair,
-082x irr. node ['near' XrayS Radec_149.51733877,1.69411845 (*)? &
XrayS IrS Radec_149.50646898,1.68877524,] -082z hybrid w/train margin ,-f & XrayS Radec_150.5299438,2.21124867
from the series in "Look-alikes." cQSO Xrays also 'nearby.'
and field array node w/pearl chain rvb hybrid w/train (& RadioS south) fractured node (same field) XrayS RadioS (west) goo example of gwave (tadpole pair,) -0l0n 'comet' interesting series QSO XrayS RadioS BLAGN Radec_150.49562706,2.41256728 (z1.3)? QSO Xrays BLAGN Radec_150.51157367,2.40961586 (z.98)?
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #23 on: December 16, 2012, 12:10:14 am »
This is a continuation of Finding Blupers.

Ironically, AHZ2001p1z  is not a target - the center of the image is empty.

However, the field is interesting. There are two overlapping red objects and the primary object in NED is 587726032235266721 at the right. The red edge is in the distance and is not a photometric object in either DR6 or DR8. The DR8 ID is 1237651753460171454. Although also assigned an ID, 1237651753460171456, in DR8 the arcs above -1p1z have not been characterized.

The inset shows the 2-D field positions of 3 RadioSs. The PS rendering of the field highlights the proximity of the stumpy 'S' to the arcs. The intersecting arcs appear to be similar and the outer arc rotated ~90 degrees. There is no -1p1w in the series. There may be more the the system out of the field at 2:00.

-0bs1 looks like an overlap in the raw image. On closer examination the system looks
like it was peeled back on top and the bulge (and some core) traveled with the strip. z.05 GTriple with XrayS in group.

AHZ2000ern post-0bs1 scenario?
AHZ20006rs 'pair' & XrayS(-06rq) @ 8:30.

AHZ2001p1p has a RadioS at 6:00. The field excludes part of the red edge at the top. The inset has a poster inset to show the ansae of that object. There may be another term for an ansa that appears to be/is active. (Any similarity to a voorwerp is coincidental.)

AHZ200110z another variation.

AHZ2000u63 the blue 'object'/'feature' is not a photometric object in DR6-DR8.

AHZ2000a9k cQSO.
AHZ2000a9r another cQSO hidden in blue.irr/spiral or wayward ansae?

AHZ2001eow z.21 QSO XrayS IrS NELG Ra&dec 150.39962303,2.68790978 NED not showing *, nice ring @10. similar situations. both blues? QSO@9 XrayS@8 Early S & Mo (XrayS@9:00)
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #24 on: December 20, 2012, 02:46:01 am »
(Hey, come back here with my bulge!)

Yes, these aren't Blupers. In the post with  AHZ2001pu2  and the 'wave-bar' in the system
of that possible complex Bluper there is a resemblance to X-systems. There is a thread of
X-systems and they are a class of systems not fully explained.
Perhaps the gravitational wave shapes these objects too? If the source of the wave and the
X-system maintain their spatial positions over a period of 2 wave events (~0.2 - 0.3 Gyr) the
x-system could rotate into a favorable aspect that would produce perpendicular wave-bars.
From the edge-on view the 2 'bars'/'rings' would look like an X.

There is an almost-face-on object with a X-like feature and another face-on object that looks
like an "X" due to the peripheral erosion. AHZ20001se could become an "X"-shaped, stretched
or other shaped object 'weathering' numerous waves of reshaping.
AHZ2000yqm might represent an earlier phase of -01se's transition. Another object like it
was reported elsewhere - Square galaxy is a rebel.

If it is a cylinder, how might it be formed? One option is gravitational torques from its giant neighbour,
NGC1407. The trouble is that this wouldn't explain another curious thing about LEDA 074886: at its heart
is an edge-on inner disc of young stars, 8000 light years across.

The researchers suspect that the inner disc may be "precessing" as well as spinning – rather like the way a
spinning top both spins on its own axis and turns around the main vertical axis of rotation ...

from 17.01.2013 Talk - another 'manicured' red object with a (lower left) 'nearby' QSO XrayS AGN 587727944033960631.

This is a short list of object pairs at the same redshift from the X thread.

In X thread

XrayS (below system with x & another x nearby at same redshift)

ditto, an x and an UvES RadioS IrS

an x & IrS

an x & IrS

x (IrS LINER) & XrayS RadioS

x & RadioS IrS

x & RadioS & IrS

x? & IrS @ 6:00

both IrSs

X & IrS

X RadioS IrS & XrayS RadioS IrS
_ X-edge RadioS@11:30 - from Hubble edges RadioS - XrayS too.
2XraySs & RadioS within arcmin - no viewer. s.75
XrayS cAGN@2:00 RadioS@3:00 & @11:30
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #25 on: December 20, 2012, 02:47:24 am »
This is a continuation of Finding Blupers.

As expected there is a large untapped library of Hubble images. Many different threads have AHZ2-series
images classified by theme. For every post there are many more in the series that didn't make it to 'daylight.'
At first the Blupers came from the Caterpillar thread. That thread and others provide a a lot of blue system
targets. (After viewing the blue targets it is easy to recognize that red targets share the same morphologies.)
The blue targets appear in arrays with other objects, as satellites of other systems (these are good for
scaling,) alone, as 'hybrids' with blue and red features, as late features 'near' early compact objects, as beads
on a string and like a bunch of grapes. There are many variations. There has been some discussion about what
the blue things are and how they came about.

The link (above) has a brief discussion about the hypothetical implications of gravitational waves and the shapes
of the Blupers. In that post there are two images of ring-like systems. (A Bluper generator?) This post has another
ring-like feature in a complex system.

This is an UvES AHZ2001pu2.
There are 6 propinquitous XraySs in the
SDSS field within an arcmin and one is
also a QSO. The odd shaped Blupers are
often in a field with other 'active' objects.
-1pu2 appears to have its very own
'active' object within its system.
The redshift is from 1 survey at z.16.
The Sy1 node, or presumptive UvES on
the right, resembles many Bluper
candidates scaled at .75.
Two different curve rendering were
used. The rendering of the inset shows
the 'ring' more clearly (yellow stroke.)
Perhaps this pair demonstrates that
some Blupers pack a punch and make
ring-like features that are common to
larger systems.

As mentioned in other situations, the
timing of 'active' events which alter
systems is usually extrapolated -
cause and effect. It is very unusual to
find an 'active' source and observe an
adjoining object impacted by its neighbor.
In other examples the source is remote
and the target may have rotated. Perhaps
"X" systems demonstrate this periodicity?
This example also shows some cw-rotation
of the ring - the amount of time since the

There may be another 'active' object in
the mix but only the UvES was surveyed
at the time of the imaging.

AHZ2001okm potential wave. "cat's eye" z.01 many aliases GPair, w/several curving arms UvES large curve

__ 1237678438090080450 1237678438090080275

AHZ2001q2p ring around the center.
AHZ2001q2p another image showing the Sy2 (toroidal?) node of the adjacent
object and white curve and green poster derivative stroke overlays. One might
offer that the Sy2 may have contributed to the waveform - something not seen
with other marker matching.

AHZ2000bjt another ring or waveform and parallel feature in arm of S. (Red RadioS @ right) (from Hubble edges) waveforms @1 (& ~3)
Might a gravitational wave be sufficiently great to produce lensing in a waveform?

1237662199368384601  & 1237662199368384632
(top left and bottom right)
We also find the lobes of Hercules A unusual, in that
for a powerful source they do not contain two long jets that
terminate in hot spots engulfed in a cocoonlike backflow.
Instead, they show plumelike lobes, which are unusually
large and powerful. Such plumes may follow the jet disruption
by shock passage as they do in Cen A. What we propose here
is an enlarged version of Cen A. However, we do not see the
AGN as the origin of plasmons. Its unusual properties are less
spectacular and are traced to its central condition, observed
double nucleus, and observed puffs of axially exiting gas.
The object Hercules A is surely unusual; we would not be
entirely surprised if an eventual full description included
elements that bridge these now distinct models.

Alberto C. Sadun etal., 2002

FIG. 1.—Gray-scale map of Hercules A (Dreher & Feigelson 1984) with optical contour plot of core region (Sadun & Hayes 1993)
superposed to the same scale. The thermally emitting X-ray background would fill up the entire field of this figure (see § 3.2).
- Sadun etal., HTML version.

Video with VLA ...
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #26 on: January 05, 2013, 03:12:52 am »
Analysis Tips / Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« on: December 31, 2012, 06:08:58 PM »

The odds of getting a "hat trick" in ice hockey, and some other sports, is rare.
To find 3 asteroids in a viewer field is unusual too. The really interesting
details of the triple events often go unnoticed - like if the asteroids might
have been one object before breaking apart. In the course of observing Blupers
one might ask if the blue thing(s) arose from a process common to other similar
objects. When the blue objects are free 'floating' they are hard to categorize
but in conjunction with a system their formation seems less ambiguous.

This AHZ2-series of images had a number of isolates at different scales with a
fortuitous proximity and composition. The isolates also have a shared central
object that is a XrayS & BEL. The three isolates surrounding the XrayS described
herein do not show an emission type beyond Vis.

Each of the isolates appears to have a red, main, ccw-object and (blue) satellite
positioned outside the larger field companion. This exercise was foremost an effort
to find an isolate (possibly a Bluper) and strong emission source. In one of the
isolates there is a Bluper in the field. Another isolate has a similar feature
in the boundary of the red object. The pixel matching details for these objects
follow the images.

Solely on the merits of the 3 isolates we may conclude that the fields in this
area have very similar features and an association with compact blue field
companions. At this point we might ask which factor(s) contributed to the late
arrival of the blue features. We can posit an intermittent AGN activity at some
earlier phase of each isolate. We might also ask whether a third party companion
object had influenced the formation of the blue satellites. In these cases, if the
XrayS was able to generate a sufficient intermittent gravitational (wave) influence
upon all three isolates. The isolates, and their blue satellites, may have
experienced an unspecified degree of rotation since an (wave) event occurred. There
is also a chance that the (wave) event might have triggered an AGN whether or not it
contributed to the Bluper.

Two random pixel matches were used to accent the shared type or kinematic
legacy of the features in the system. The random 5 green stroke is associated
with all blue companions. The random 35 white stroke also follows the
companions and imbedded blue features. There is a derivative blue
stroke in each red core and that gives us a scale-like perspective of each

    One possibility is that the black holes seen by NuSTAR are actually of an intermediate size.
    But intermediate-sized black holes are thought to be much rarer than their bigger and smaller cousins.
    "High-energy X-rays hold a key to unlocking the mystery surrounding these objects.
    Whether they are massive black holes, or there is new physics in how they feed,
    the answer is going to be fascinating."
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« Reply #27 on: January 15, 2013, 04:41:28 pm »
For anyone interested in the magnitude of a
hypothetical gravitational wave system, here
is a video of an interview made to explain
one possible scenario.

Unfortunately other simulations are wanting and
the consequences of the aforementioned events
are not discussed.
IrS @ 7 etal. Compare with RadioS.

XrayS RadioS IrS HII
RadioS & IrS @ 5:30

It is curious that after all this searching and clicking we haven't had a QSO in the mix.
AHZ2001lxb is an interesting example of how we might miss a different kind of
interaction. These syetems have no name or type but appear to be active or, at least,
interesting in their own right.


This first system, AHZ2000agt, reminds me of a PET scan and the imaging device detector. 
It has a 'normal' orthogonal pair of blue 'galaxy satellites.' The second image has a displaced
pair of 'satellites.' Perhaps the displacement was caused by the QSO in the foreground?

Several interesting possibilities arise. The blue features arose from gamma ray bursts within
the confines of a SMBH or similar environment. The features suggest the orientation of the BH
whether in a spiral, elliptical or other system. The symmetry of the features and their composition
reveal their origin and 'local' environment of the system. The features can also reveal other
information about the influence of factors that contribute to the displacement of the

It also might address the capacity of other systems, like Blupers, to support gamma.blues or
arise from gamma.blues. One rarely views a series of images that lacks a Bluper family member -
rather like the layer of aluminum pop-tops just below the surface of soil in cities.

Spiral & gamma.blues

AHZ20018ca an amazing example in a 'clean' field.

Elliptical & gamma.blues  & XrayS RadioS BLAGN@10:30

This image shows the "geysers" (in blue) shooting out of the Milky Way.

Bipolar-ring & gamma.blues (way outside the system, use next link)
587736782537425160 - RadioS
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #28 on: January 17, 2013, 06:08:48 pm »
Continuation of reply 26 ...

It is evident that AHZ2001hr4 has an interesting wave-form or
two as possibly a number of other targets in this AHZ-series do.
These objects just pop up from time to time in various threads.
Beside interpreting the redshifts of the various objects there is
also a matter of interpreting the impact of forces in a 'system' and
how it is reshaped. another shape-shifter? and another? QSO. more target. bluper to-do list. ? (from another series)
Two other aspects of waveforms should be considered. Beside direction and displacement, the 'density' of the formation
as exemplified in -1oia may be important creating a more compact (stable) configuration. It may also 'precipitate' the
starburst formations and 'nodular trains' in arms. ? ?

AHZ20015do compact w/waveform.

AHZ2000ahj array with waveform and displacements.
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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #29 on: January 27, 2013, 04:09:27 am »
Meanwhile on a much smaller scale.

Supergiant Star Betelgeuse to Crash Into Cosmic 'Wall'

A new image of Betelgeuse by the European Space Agency's infrared Herschel space
observatory, shows that the star will crash headlong into a trail of space dust while
speeding through its part of the cosmos at a blistering 18.6 miles (30 kilometers) per
second. That's about 66,960 mph (107,761 kph).
The curved "shield" formations to the left of the star are actually structures shaped
by Betelgeuse's solar wind — the charged particles each star emits and blows out
into the galaxy, ESA officials said. But the wall of dust the star will crash into may be
anything, from a filament linked to the galaxy's magnetic field to a stellar cloud.
Scientists do not think the dust wall is part of the Betelgeuse star structure.
After the first bow of solar wind hits the line of dust in 5,000 years, Betelgeuse
itself should run into the bar 12,500 years after that.

A different larger wall?

AHZ2001idr is one of three in this series. The inset has the large
potential 'contributor' to -1idr. The 'companion' -1idw was lifted and
cloned into the image below for random matching. A hypothetical
gravitational wave, as mentioned, would have many interpretations 
depending on its magnitude and frequency. Only another wave might
alter those parameters. What gets pushed or pulled by the wave
has an entirely different dynamic.
A wave emanating from a QSO may not have the same dynamic as a
wave from another source. The proximity of the source to another
object may affect the displacement of the object, its features or its
entire morphology.

Be careful what you wish for ...
AHZ2000ojy might just be the quasar affected by a QSO's wave.
(The blue object might be interpreted other ways. )
The target is a star in the field but, as sometime happens in Hubble
images, other objects might be found near large bright 'artifacts.'
XrayS@3:30 RadioSs@9:30 & @3
(Star and spiral for comparison AHZ20010f0 .)

AHZ2000fn2 is not a blue shrimp dish. Like the other 'models' in
this post the target looks like it may have been displaced from
its field companion and it has the thematic concave curvature.
The highlighted target is inset above the rendered version.
XrayS RadioS cAGN@~3 RadioS@8:45 (*)?

Coincidental association.

AHZ2000ojb appears nicely situated to be part of a group event but
then again, maybe just an opportunistic bluper accompanied by a
'local' irregular formation. -1idw was included for random and
derivative matching. The other inset is the same field at a
different scale in the series.
AHZ2000ojf is more of the field.
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