3C 314.1

B1510+709

Basic Data
S178 Alpha FR Class ID Spectrum Best z mag. LAS lg P178 D
11.60.95IRD Gal0.1197V = 17* 201.0025.42 382.4

Image:


Size: 201.6 × 174.0 arcsec²
LUT: Linear
Beam: 4.2 arcsec
Frequency: 1477 MHz
Method: VTESS ՘>4.2
Telescope: VLA B+C
Credits: Leahy & Perley (1991)

A classic relaxed double. Unlike the prototype 3C 310, there is no compact core, although there is a relatively bright clump of emission, possibly unresolved transversely, at the position of the host galaxy (marked with a red dot).

The compact source just to the east of the host galaxy is probably an unrelated background object; there is nothing visible on the Palomar Sky survey there.

Sometimes 3C314.1 is claimed to be in a galaxy cluster, but measurement of the local density of galaxies by Allington-Smith et al. (1993) found no sign of this; in fact 3C 314.1 has fewer neighbours than average for a large elliptical galaxy.


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J. P. Leahy
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