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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #30 on: February 02, 2013, 09:35:41 pm »
Birds & bees

AHZ200015l and AHZ200015z might help explain where the 'blupers' and 'caterpillars,' etc., come from.
We often see S-shaped objects paired with other objects or in groups. Some float alone. If we could
peel off the outer layer of stars and look inside we might see another aspect of the object that would
help us classify and identify it.
The presumptive pair in -015l shows a red tapered compact object and a (bridged?) S-shape companion.
Another object in the AHZ2-series, -015z scaled differently, has a similar S-shape appearance. Quite often
the objects in a series also reside in the same 2-D area. In the NED viewer their relationship is shown and
of a third party XrayS (insert.) Features shared by the (mirror image) S-shaped objects lead us to ask if the
'pair' might be missing an "arm." Several posts in Blupers and elsewhere have objects with various
presumptive parts displaced from objects. The question is, how do the parts form and then move away?
Did these objects start as a bar with ansae? Did the ansae  (or other proxy satellites) draw away from the
red center object? Did the 'missing' triplet member wander off or did it get an assisted nudge?
As independent objects, can the 'arms' grow into new star-burst systems?

From the Tadpole thread. All 3 are z.034.

588007004693004624 z.080
588007005229875701 z.080

588010878769234131 z.144
588010878769234106 z.144

587735694837350472 z.067
587735694837350596 z.067

587741489300897909 z.12 RadioS

587741489300832330 z.12
587741489300832331 z.12

587736619325063433 z.089
587736584975352076 z.089
587736584975417370 z.085 QSO IrS AGN NLSy1

587738946136178712 z.144 QSO & RadioS
587738946136113366 z.146

588018055654998067 z.040
588018253216874542 z.040

588017606302498928 z.103 RadioS
588017606302564510 z.103

Noted as having same z in thread.
588015509806973053 z.062
588015509806973056 z.062

1237680065340309667 ~z.14
« Last Edit: February 10, 2013, 07:45:14 pm by Blue_Crew »


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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #31 on: February 17, 2013, 06:19:02 pm »
There are two prefixes to use for image links. and
If neither prefix connects then reboot and try again. ansa & G & node

AGZ0003igi ansae z.09 and nearby RadioS
1237657610728702059 and ansae z.05 AGZ0002ara like Newbie thread object.
1237663235524460634 1237680478193320339 - posted ansal pair ansa
These two galaxies form a close pair known as IRAS 02443+4437.

ANSAL types from talk ring & core fat & skinny cores (stripped of coats) S & nodular core & S core & ansa core (blue stream) & ansa in field nothing in NED S & core core & 2 ansae in field ansa w/more features core in field S & ansa? &

Non-ansa waveform
__ QSO lens or waveform curve under star
25_UvES@1 54_RadioS@12:45 86_RadioS(*)?@6:30 152_RadioS@11:45
177_XrayS cAGN@6:30 z.123XrayS@3
When interpreting a 'limb' like this there are many possibilities.  Whether
it is an arm or star-forming it might be 'relaxed' by internal or external
forces. We would like to readily find a mechanism nearby but even some
near object might be intermittently active. Obviously, the distance
between objects, combined with any periodic potential, will permit some
rotation of an object and its limb.
Waveforms might both align the limb and amplify it. We can't rule out an
object creating a wholly redshift-independent waveform that might alter
a limb's appearance. There have been no confirmed examples of waveform
limb structure modification or lensing to date. S w/curve@9
XrayS@3 (very good) XrayS@10 XrayS RadioS cAGN@3:15 (very good)
In this example where we have an array of objects where we would like
to see more objects with similar linear structures.
This one will be the next post.

« Last Edit: March 10, 2013, 04:32:20 pm by Blue_Crew »


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Re: Blupers (Blue Pearls)
« Reply #32 on: March 10, 2013, 04:57:49 pm »
Continuation of Reply 26.

Shades of  -01se and -13zw, -01q2p without other field objects.

These 2 AHZ20015do and AHZ2000yqm have morphologies similar
to -01se in that the core predominates the object and perhaps
testifies to numerous other wave events.

AHZ2000gpf and AHZ20004kb are introduced for additional morphological
consideration. These targets may have features arising for waveforms and,
more importantly, the secondary of the effect of waveform lensing and lensing
« Last Edit: March 10, 2013, 05:18:50 pm by Blue_Crew »