2.3. B2 1113+29
This radio source (also known as 4C 29.41) is associated to the galaxy
CGCG 156-046 belonging to a double system of galaxies close to the center of
the cluster Abell 1213. At radio frequencies it shows a double structure with
total size ~120 kpc with a onesided jet of length ~45 kpc (Fanti et al. 1986).
An extended weak X-ray emission associated to the cluster has been detected in
the IPC of Einstein (Morganti et al. 1988).
The radio source is associated with the northern galaxy of a double system
located close to the center of the cluster Abell 1213.
1113+29 A higher resolution map has been published by Riley (1975). The
radio source is associated to the northern galaxy of a double system
belonging to the Abell Cluster A1213. A second radio source, with flat
spectrum, detected also by Riley (1975) is associated to another
elliptical galaxy, probably the brightest of the cluster. Its fluxes are
40 mJy at 1415 MHz and 60 mJy at 4995 MHz.