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Uncommon galaxies
Freak2121Date: Friday, 24.02.2012, 05:16 | Message # 1
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These two are types of galaxies I have never seen before:

The ring galaxy is Hoag's Object and the blue one is NGC 6902A-1
Has anyone else found unique objects?





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ShadowstarDate: Friday, 24.02.2012, 07:01 | Message # 2
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Those are pretty cool. Is the blue stuff coming out of the second one? Like some kind of massive nebula? Are there stars in the blue stuff or is it just gas? Maybe I should check it out for myself...
 
Freak2121Date: Friday, 24.02.2012, 07:26 | Message # 3
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The blue stuff is a separate galaxy, the two are colliding. It DOES have stars but because of its blue-ness it's hard to spot them.




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ShadowstarDate: Friday, 24.02.2012, 07:57 | Message # 4
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I found some stars and a few interesting planets there...



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