ARG00021ba - corejet? hourglass? triple??
ETG or possibly disk galaxy z_sp 0.082 host SDSS J143241.45+245517.9 with corejet?
Or is this an hourglass or triple with host z_ph 0.67 SDSS J143242.07+245541.3?
Or perhaps the host is invisible in both WISE and SDSS??
The images in this post were created from sources, and using methods, described in this RGZ Talk post. The objects at the center of the image are SDSS J143241.45+245517.9, and SDSS J143242.07+245541.3.
It looks to me like the source is SDSS J143242.07+245541.3 at Z_ph~0.64-0.69 which also appears to be the source of the IR signal almost directly between the two radio lobes. I would not exclude the possibility that the spiral SDSS J143241.45+245517.9 is the host to a compact source overlapping the lower lobe but, for me, this is too strong a radio signal to be a one-sided corejet on this scale from the spiral.
by ivywong scientist, admin
Yes, I concur with @WizardHowl that it's likely to be related to the IR source found midway along the emission that correspond to SDSS J143242.07+245541.3 at Z_ph~0.64-0.69