Strange and Mysterious Galaxy J1649 + 2635

Astronomy Science ~ An odd galaxy called J1649 + 2635, located nearly 800 million light years from Earth, making astronomers puzzled ... bu...

Astronomy Science ~ An odd galaxy called J1649 + 2635, located nearly 800 million light years from Earth, making astronomers puzzled ... but in a good way. Like our Milky Way, the newly discovered galaxy is a spiral galaxy, and the galaxy it is the fourth and most recent of known galaxies emit jets of subatomic particles protruding out of the core at speeds close to the speed of light. The mystery is a spiral galaxy is not supposed to have such a large jet.

It took the combined efforts of astronomers and scientists community to find J1649 + 2635 and explain the mystery. According to a press release from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) December 2nd, 2014, a spiral galaxy with a jet first discovered in 2003. The second was found in 2011, and the third was found in 2014. Third spiral galaxy with a jet is found by combining the radio and visible light images.

Strange and mysterious galaxy J1649 + 2635
Strange and mysterious galaxy J1649 + 2635
"To find out how these jets can be produced by a type of galaxy that is 'wrong', we realize that we need to find them more", Minnie Mao of NRAO.

Mao and other astronomers have recently turned to help the scientist community volunteers through an online project called Galaxy Zoo. So far, they say, more than 150,000 participants who participated in the Galaxy Zoo has classified approximately 700,000 such galaxies, spiral galaxies, elliptical, or any other kind, using visible light images from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Some volunteers see any images of galaxies to ensure accuracy in classification.

More than 65,000 galaxies examined, to classify it, 95 percent of the scientists had to approve it. Approximately 35,000 of these galaxies are spiral galaxies. J1649 + 2635 have been classified by 31 Galaxy Zoo volunteers, 30 of whom agree that it is a spiral galaxy.

Astronomers then match the light of this spiral galaxy with a catalog of galaxies in the radio spectrum, using data from the NRAO VLA Sky Survey and Image faint of Radio Sky at Twenty Centimeters survey
Through this cross-matching, they discovered that the J1649 + 2635 is the fourth that has jets.

Astronomers say that the jet as seen from J1649 + 2635 is driven by gravitational energy supermassive black hole at the galaxy's core. Material is pulled toward the black hole spinning discs quickly and the material is accelerated out along the polar disc. Collision may disrupt gas forming elliptical galaxies in galaxy mergers and provides "fuel" for the disc mechanism and acceleration.

The same disorder is expected to destroy the structure of the current spiral galaxies merge into one. Continued to why the structure is still shaped spiral galaxy? That mystery

This galaxy gives us a lot of mystery. We want to know why this could be so strange galaxy. Is this galaxy has a unique type of incorporation so as to preserve the structure of the spiral? Is this galaxy an elliptical galaxies which then collide again to keep its spiral arms grow? Is unique character is the result of interaction with the environment?

We will learn about it, other than that, we need to see if there are a lot of galaxies like this one. We hope that with projects like Galaxy Zoo and another project called Galaxy Zoo Radio, the public will be more stout scientists can help us find more galaxies like this so that we can answer all of our questions.

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Astronomy Science: Strange and Mysterious Galaxy J1649 + 2635
Strange and Mysterious Galaxy J1649 + 2635
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