ARG0003cm3, triple, SDRAGN candidate?
The contour overlay image in this post was created from sources, and using methods, described in this RGZ Talk
The host is SDSS J145906.94+063559.8, which has a z_ph=0.378 ± 0.0300.
SDSS J145906.94+063559.8 is listed in NED and SIMBAD as the host of the radio emission. The galaxy also appears to be slightly #green, and is perhaps a disk galaxy, with a semblance of a ring or spiral arm or both. It is also listed as being in a galaxy cluster. A zoomed in image is below.
Interestingly, while this galaxy does not seem to look like an elliptical galaxy, it does have a fracDev_g, _r, of 1, 1, and an expAB_g of 0.617 and expAB_r of 0.713 respectively. For c, the inverse concentration index, it has a figure of 0.384 for the g band and 0.343 for the r band.
Green candidate IMO
Another great post, and overlay, ChrisMolloy! 😃
Not likely to be a disk galaxy, IMHO. But I agree with Dolorous_Edd, #green
No worries. Thanks.