# An Unusual Radio Galaxy in Abell 428: A Large, Powerful FR I Source in a Disk-dominated Host

@article{Ledlow1998AnUR,
title={An Unusual Radio Galaxy in Abell 428: A Large, Powerful FR I Source in a Disk-dominated Host},
author={Michael J. Ledlow and Frazer N. Owen and William C. Keel},
journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
year={1998},
volume={495},
pages={227-238}
}
• Published 22 September 1997
• Physics
• The Astrophysical Journal
We report the discovery of a powerful (~1024 h−275 WHz−1 at 20 cm) FR I radio source in a highly flattened disk-dominated galaxy. Half the radio flux from this source is concentrated within the host galaxy, with the remainder in a pair of nearly symmetrical lobes of total extent ~200 kpc nearly perpendicular to the disk. Traditional wisdom maintains that powerful, extended radio sources are found only in ellipticals or recent merger events. We report B, R, J, and K imaging, optical spectroscopy…

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