Examples of Galaxy Zoo 2 beta classifications

Images with the most classifications for each Q and A combination.

The images are half the scale and half the field of view of those used to classify. Click on an image to see the classification-size version.

All images are provided by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.

Q: Is the galaxy simply smooth and rounded, with no sign of a disk?

A: Features or Disk

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A: Smooth

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A: Star or Artifact

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Q: How rounded is it?

A: Cigar Shaped

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A: In Between

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A: Completely Round

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Q: Could this be a disk viewed edge-on?

A: No

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A: Yes

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Q: How prominent is the bulge?

A: Dominant

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A: Obvious

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A: Just Noticable

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A: No Bulge

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Q: Does the galaxy have a bulge at its centre? If so, what shape?

A: No Bulge

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A: Rounded

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A: Boxy

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Q: Is there any sign of a spiral arm pattern?

A: No Spiral

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A: Spiral

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Q: How tightly wound do the spiral arms appear?

A: Loose

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A: Medium

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A: Tight

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Q: How many spiral arms are there?

A: 1

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A: 2

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A: 3

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A: 4

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A: 5

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A: Can't tell

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A: More than 5

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Q: Is there a sign of a bar feature through the centre of the galaxy?

A: Bar

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A: No Bar

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Q: Is there anything odd?

A: No

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A: Yes

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Q: Is the odd feature a ring, or is the galaxy disturbed or irregular?

A: Disturbed

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A: Irregular

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A: Lens or Arc

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A: Merger

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A: Ring

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A: Other

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