ARG0000kw9, doublelobe or two separate emissions, SDRAGN candidate?
The contour overlay image in this post was created from sources, and using methods, described in this RGZ Talk
thread. First in red.
A possible host for the emission could be SDSS J165945.35+501341.4, which has an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J165945.36+501341.3, and is positioned on a strong ir source, left. There doesn't appear to be any radio references listed in NED nor SIMBAD for this object, and it is listed as a star in SDSS. SDSS J165945.35+501341.4 is positioned in the middle of the lobes, and could possibly be a #QSO, but there doesn't seem to be a classification for this in NED, nor SIMBAD.
There is also the possibility that SDSS J165949.04+501328.0 could be the host of both these lobes. This object is positioned on the southern edge of the east lobe. This galaxy has a z_ph=0.128 ± 0.0318, and radio references in NED and possibly SIMBAD, although this latter reference is positioned slightly NW of SDSS J165949.04+501328.0. There is also an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J165949.03+501328.1.
This object is possibly a #disk galaxy. It has a fracDev_g, _r, of 0, and 0.015; and an expAB_g of 0.820 and expAB_r of 0.776 respectively. For c, the inverse concentration index, it has a figure of 0.544 for the g band and 0.520 for the r band. On the above parameters, SDSS J165949.04+501328.0 could possibly be a disk galaxy, and maybe an #SDRAGN candidate, if it is the host of the emissions.
There is also a radio reference in NED for SDSS J165943.05+501346.2, which has a z_ph=0.627 ± 0.0471. This object has an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J165943.08+501346.2, and this galaxy is positioned in the centre of the west emission.
Finally, there is always the possibility that both these emissions are separate and not connected, and that SDSS J165949.04+501328.0 and SDSS J165943.05+501346.2 are the hosts of both lobes respectively.
As always, comments, suggestions, welcome.