3C 132

B0453+227

Basic Data
S178 Alpha FR Class ID Spectrum Best z mag. LAS lg P178 D
14.90.68IICD Gal0.214V = 19* 24.2026.03 71.4

Image:


Size: 20.5 × 20.5 arcsec²
LUT: Logarithmic
Beam: 0.33 arcsec
Frequency: 4860 MHz
Method: CLEAN ՘>0.33
Telescope: VLA A+B
Credits: J. P. Leahy (unpublished)

Listed as a cluster member by Spinrad et al. (1985)

3C 132 is a good example of a DRAGN with "bottleneck" lobes; that is, the hotspots and the high-brightness emission behind them projects out of much more diffuse bridges. There are several other examples of this sort of structure in the Atlas, for instance 3C 184.1. There is very faint emission to the east of the SE lobe, visible in the C20 image.

An earlier VLA snapshot image was given by Neff, Roberts & Hutchings (1995).


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J. P. Leahy
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