ARG00020hu, morphology, hosts?
Here's ARG00020hu, which appears to be a #compact lobe centre, with possibly a #restarted, #bent, #asymmetric, #doublelobe. This ARG field is cross referenced in the How to describe the radio morphology? thread.
The contour overlay image in this post was created from sources, and using methods, described in this RGZ Talk
thread. First in red.
The host for the #compact emission appears to be SDSS J104602.05+251357.4, which has a z_ph=0.228 ± 0.0585. There doesn't appear to be any radio references in NED or Simbad for this object, although there is an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J104601.92+251357.6. And as per the classification comments left, this object does appear to have #red-outflows, and is possibly #merging.
A possible host for the #doublelobe emission could be SDSS J104559.22+251411.5. This is listed as an object in SDSS DR13 but not DR14, and is very faint and possibly #green. There is a radio reference in NED and there is possibly an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J104559.08+251359.6. This object also appears to have a SDSS DR9 z_ph=0.407 +/-0.210.
it's clear that the S radio source is a #compact, with host zph 0.228±0.059 SDSS J104602.05+251357.4, though I think it's a lot further away (higher redshift) than that(.)
Here's a First cut-out of the ARG field.
There is a radio reference in SIMBAD located near the centre of the lobe to the SW, so this emission could be an #hourglass. And interestingly, there is a radio reference in NED for SDSS J104602.07+251409.2, which is located just south of the north lobe. This object has z_ph=0.523 ± 0.1728, and appears to have an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J104602.07+251420.0.
There is the possibility then that the north emission could be a #core-jet.
As always, comments, suggestions, welcome.