This is an extra post for temporary notes.
A sop is a Set Of Pixels.
Sop1 started from an image with a system with 2 red core features and wispy blue 'clouds' in the foreground.
The sops were elaborated further from several other objects with other blue features. The hope was to view
an object from other angles and be able to identify features that shared sop types.
After some trial and error 3 sops were made.
Optimal assignment of color and other PS/app features to accentuate object/target structures.
Combining sop elements like sop1_y(a yellow stroke) and sop2_g(a green fill or stroke) over a galaxy system feature
like a suspected lensed object was promising. (Maybe identify lensed objects and find an unknown lens?
Another pair of sop elements was used to reveal patterns over a black background and white field objects with and without poster
2 and sop3 features. The poster
and core-related fills and strokes also serve as placement markers among
The sop3 set may be Seyfert type1 and type2 core features.
These objects don't always have ample NED or other data available to elaborate interpretations.
Attempts are made to explain the Photoshop features used in the images like curve
2, fill and stroke.
It is also hoped that more useful images can be provided that enable more accurate classification of objects.
Adobe might be persuaded to avail the Zoo an app for general use. (A new version of PS is quite expensive.)
There appear to be many objects which have sop3 features outside the 'center' of targets. It does not look like the
putative ansae features are passive structures. It might be worthwhile to look into how the objects are spectrally
identified and what feature(s) is/are interpreted.
The group/class of objects (in other notes) also are mentioned with other 'active' field object(s.)
Here are a few targets ... -1kxm_sop
EV and galactic systems with AHZ6000544 and it's SDSS counterparts.
Mention of Sy2 systems.
More SDSS rendered images with QSOs and broad-line spectra.
The large image group has over 80 NED items relating to the system.
The Rosetta Stone analogy with UGC 09401 and its pairings of velocities
AHZ2001gtq is dissected to provide sops or sets-of-pixels.
Sets sop1 and sop2 sources are elaborated.
The Sy1.Sy2 of sop3 are introduced.
Several 2-object systems are 'painted' with sops.
1bjd is a sop2 that teams with sop1_yellow in the target_bw images.
The types of 1bjd fills are mentioned.
AHZ2000kgw is a node in the extended features of an extensive system.
Several 'flung' objects are grouped in here too.
A group of target_bw sop distributions.
A continuation of reply 8. The targets/systems with poster 2 streaks.
These streaks may implicate the ansae as mediators of system activities.
HV/MO objects and other system features like flares and trains.
Toughts about using sops to differentiate elliptical and lenticular objects.
More from 16.
Systems with multiple aspects of activity.
Continuation of 15.
Spatial organization of systems.
The pairs of sop3 field objects.
reply 23 - 24
Sy1 and Sy2 in the same field and/or object.
QSO fills and strokes.
Ansae in barred systems.
Guests in the field like MO or HV?
And a much needed comic relief.
XrayS, NELG and neighborhttp://cas.sdss.org/dr6/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587727943497416872
z.09 with 2 qsos all w/specshttp://cas.sdss.org/dr6/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=588011123577651275
top N qso z.4http://cas.sdss.org/dr6/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=588009371229093889
bottom S qso z.9http://cas.sdss.org/dr6/en/tools/explore/obj.asp?id=587727944570830855
qso z1.06 IrS UvES RadioS Xrays BLAGN