Is this what looking "down" on a two lobe source is like?
Imagine we are looking almost, but not quite, "down the barrel" of a jet from the AGN in the core. We'd see the core, and the internal structure of each lobe, each of which would be slightly displaced from the core. The "near" lobe would be brighter and (possibly) larger than the far one. Much like what's in ARG0003byd, perhaps?
The host is zsp 0.238 SDSS J142040.86+065059.4 (in the center):
Here's the contour overlay. This is centred on SDSS J142040.86+065059.4, which is SE of the ARG co-ordinates listed left.
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 is SDSS J142040.86+065059.4, which has a z_sp=0.238 +/-0.00002. This object has recorded First flux emission, and radio references in NED and SIMBAD. It also has an ALLWISE reference, ALLWISE J142040.84+065059.8.
This ARG field hasn't been imaged in VLASS as yet.