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Subject: ARG0003crc

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  • sisifolibre by sisifolibre

    spiral foreground, doblelobe must have source in a galaxy background

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  • JeanTate by JeanTate

    . excellent find sisiolibre! 😃

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  • HAndernach by HAndernach scientist, translator

    galaxy already cataloged by 1965CGCG5.C...0000Zwicky: CGCG 409-009 = SDSS J002313.10+063253.4; high-res radio obs: 2014AJ....147...14D

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  • HAndernach by HAndernach scientist, translator

    no obvious backgr obj; radio double close (❤️") to gal. nucl; looks interacting, perhaps radio from 2nd nucleus? MJV18843: undetect. in VLBI

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  • HAndernach by HAndernach scientist, translator

    oops... my comment was cut; radio double close (❤️") to gal. nucl; looks interacting, perhaps radio from 2nd nucl? MJV18843: undet. in VLBI

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  • Dolorous_Edd by Dolorous_Edd

    Yeah, happens, usually it is because of "less than" sign

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  • Dolorous_Edd by Dolorous_Edd

    IMHO I think it is chance alignment, hourglass not align with the core
    Looks like it is originating ~6,5" to the NE from the galaxy core

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  • sisifolibre by sisifolibre

    Thanks Jean ! 😃 I see that the axis of the jets does not appear to be aligned with the apparent plane of the galaxy. Can this matter?

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  • HAndernach by HAndernach scientist, translator

    OK, again: radio double close (less than 3") to gal. nucl; looks interacting, perhaps radio from 2nd nucleus? MJV 18843: undetected in VLBI

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