ARG0003mtv - Host ID
I think the host is SDSS J234513.69+030508.8 , but whatever ..
This really shows the poor resolution of the WISE observations. The higher resolution SDSS images shows two potential host galaxies and I predict that they both have very distinct IR properties.
I'm hoping to take RGZ one step further to see if we can match the radio to infrared then to optical. Astronomy is a multi-wavelength science and we are lacking a nice catalogue that merges all this information into one. The only one I know of so far is the one by Amy Kimball http://www.atnf.csiro.au/people/Amy.Kimball/radiocat.shtml
is a z_ph 0.255±0.0971/0.229±0.1276 Eos:
Is it the host of the asymmetric doublelobe (or corejet/lobe+lobe)?
Probably not; however, the host also does not seem to be the z_ph 0.225±0.0149/0.220±0.0374 disturbed ETG, SDSS J234513.69+030508.8 (they're likely interacting) either, right?:
Boilerplate: SDSS image per
http://skyservice.pha.jhu.edu/DR10/ImgCutout/getjpeg.aspx, FIRST (red) contours derived from the FITS file produced using SkyView with Python code described in this RGZ Talk thread. Image center (J2000.0) is the galaxy SDSS J234513.58+030502.6; "z_ph" its SDSS photometric redshift.