J1110+4817 – a compact symmetric object candidate revisited

  title={J1110+4817 – a compact symmetric object candidate revisited},
  author={M{\'a}t{\'e} Krezinger and S{\'a}ndor Frey and Tao An and Sumit Jaiswal and Yingkang Zhang},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
Compact symmetric objects (CSOs) are radio-emitting active galactic nuclei (AGNs) typically with a double-lobed radio structure confined to within 1 kpc. CSOs represent the earliest evolutionary phase of jetted AGNs. Some of them may eventually evolve into large-scale extended double sources, while others stall within the host galaxy and die out, depending on the longevity of nuclear activity, the jet power, and parameters of the surrounding galactic environment. Studying CSOs is a useful… 

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