Radio Galaxy Zoo: new giant radio galaxies in the RGZ DR1 catalogue

@article{Tang2020RadioGZ,
  title={Radio Galaxy Zoo: new giant radio galaxies in the RGZ DR1 catalogue},
  author={H Tang and A. M. M. Scaife and O. Ivy Wong and Anna D. Kapińska and Lawrence Rudnick and Stanislav S. Shabala and Nick Seymour and Ray P. Norris},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2020}
}
In this paper, we present the identification of five previously unknown giant radio galaxies (GRGs) using Data Release 1 of the Radio Galaxy Zoo citizen science project and a selection method appropriate to the training and validation of deep learning algorithms for new radio surveys. We associate one of these new GRGs with the brightest cluster galaxy (BCG) in the galaxy cluster GMBCG J251.67741+36.45295 and use literature data to identify a further 13 previously known GRGs as BCG candidates… Expand
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