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Am Nachmittag wechselnd bewölkt mit Auflockerungen und zeitweisen Regengüssen, Schwerpunkt im Oberland und Richtung Alpen. Schneefallgrenze um 1400 Meter. Am Abend und in der Nacht wechselhaft mit letzten Schauern Richtung Glarner Alpen. Am Samstag zunächst Restbewölkung, Auflockerung im Verlauf des Vormittags und vermehrt sonnige Abschnitte. Am Nachmittag aufziehende, teils dichte mittelhohe und hohe Wolkenfelder. Temperaturen in Zürich, Winterthur und Schaffhausen am Nachmittag 11 bis 13 Grad. Am Samstagmorgen um 5 bis 6 Grad, am Nachmittag bis 14 Grad. Auf dem Uetliberg 8 bis 9 Grad, am Samstag bis 10 Grad. Meist schwacher, tagsüber jeweils etwas auffrischender West- bis Südwestwind.

This list contains all black holes with known masses. Some objects in this list have two citations, like 3C 273; one from Bradley M. Peterson et al. using the BLRM method, [4] and the other from Charles Nelson using [O III ]λ5007 value and velocity dispersion. [5] Note that this list is very far from complete, as SDSS alone detected 7005200000000000000♠ 200 000 quasars , which may be likely the homes of billion-solar-mass black holes. In addition, there are several hundred citations for black hole measurements not yet included on this list. Despite this, the majority of well-known black holes above 1 billion M ☉ are shown. Messier galaxies with precisely known black holes are all included.

In October 2016, a paper was accepted for publishing in MNRAS titled: "Galaxy Zoo: Quantitative Visual Morphological Classifications for 48,000 galaxies from CANDELS". [34] The abstract states: "We present quantified visual morphologies of approximately 48,000 galaxies observed in three Hubble Space Telescope legacy fields by the Cosmic And Near-infrared Deep Extragalactic Legacy Survey (CANDELS) and classified by participants in the Galaxy Zoo project. 90% of galaxies have z < 3 and are observed in rest-frame optical wavelengths by CANDELS. Each galaxy received an average of 40 independent classifications, which we combine into detailed morphological information on galaxy features such as clumpiness, bar instabilities, spiral structure, and merger and tidal signatures. We apply a consensus-based classifier weighting method that preserves classifier independence while effectively down-weighting significantly outlying classifications. After analysing the effect of varying image depth on reported classifications, we also provide depth-corrected classifications which both preserve the information in the deepest observations and also enable the use of classifications at comparable depths across the full survey." [34]

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