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Subject: AWI000050c

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  • mrjackoboy by mrjackoboy

    really not sure what i am looking at [have took part on other projects, but they were less 'complicated' for me] have took tutorial 2x

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    Wow, this one is REALLY tough. What you should be looking for is something that is near-circular in all bands. What you have here is not..

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    In the shorter bands, it's got a second source to the left.

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    In the longer bands, it's extended to the lower left.

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    I would be worried about this one as a good YSO candidate - it's just not a clean circular blob in each band.

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  • mrjackoboy by mrjackoboy

    thank you ~ just to clarify, if I find perfect circular in all widths should I get excited? or is it the 'odd' ones like this?

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    Sadly, this particular varietal of 'weird' are the ones that are likely garbage. Other 'weird' may be interesting, but this one not so much.

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  • mrjackoboy by mrjackoboy

    Thank you 😃 I will keep an eye on the discussions for the right type of 'weird'. So long as I 'tag' what I see that is all that matters?

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  • lrebull by lrebull scientist, translator, admin

    yup. Helpful to have as many eyes on the images as possible.

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  • jdebes by jdebes scientist, admin

    Our bias right now is that the perfect circular ones are the "most interesting", but we also want to find weirdos, in case they're cool!

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