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Fig. 7.


Top: A3670 optical image (R-band, DSS) with overlaid 9 GHz radio contours. The primary and secondary optical nuclei are indicated with “A” and “B”, respectively. No radio emission associated with the secondary nucleus is detected. Bottom: A3670 optical image (R-band, DSS) with overlaid 1.7 GHz radio contours. The white lines indicates the direction of the optical axes. The major axis is aligned with the primary lobes, while the minor one is nearly aligned with the wings.

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