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Galaxy Zoo

SDSS photometric data also includes morphological classifications of galaxies from the Galaxy Zoo project. More than 200,000 online volunteer citizen scientists. Galaxy Zoo 1 offiste data consists of simple morphological type classification (spiral vs. elliptical) for 893,212 galaxies. Galaxy Zoo 1 data are described in Lintott et al. 2011 (offsite), and details of the project are available in Linott et al. 2008 (offsite).

New in SDSS Data Release 10 are more detailed classifications of internal structure of the brightest 25% of the Main Galaxy Sample from Galaxy Zoo 2 (offiste). Full details of the processes used to combine the votes (from a median of ~40 people per galaxy) and construct debiased classification likelihoods are described in Willett et al. (in press at MNRAS).

If this object has matches in any of the Galaxy Zoo tables, the most commonly accessed columns in those tables are displayed below. For full data, click on the table names. To return to this page, click "Galaxy Zoo" in the left-hand column.

Galaxy Zoo 1

zooSpec

objidVotesElliptical proabability (debiased)Spiral probability (debiased)
1237661465985155117290.7240.069
Clockwise spiral probabilityAnticlockwise spiral probabilityEdge-on spiral probablityMerger system probability
0.0340.0000.0340.000

zooNoSpec

No data found for this object

zooConfidence

objidf_unclass_cleanf_misclass_clean
12376614659851551170.6510000228881840

zooMirrorBias

No data found for this object

zooMonochromeBias

No data found for this object

Galaxy Zoo 2

zoo2MainSpecz

No data found for this object

zoo2MainPhotoz

No data found for this object

zoo2Stripe82Normal

No data found for this object

zoo2Stripe82Coadd1

No data found for this object

zoo2Stripe82Coadd2

No data found for this object