sudden bend in one jet
The top-right plume looks like it has been bent sharply through 90 degrees, whilst the lower left looks normal. The IR emission of the host galaxy has a strong core but also some more diffuse surroundings, so perhaps if this galaxy were undergoing a merger or interaction the IGM around it could be highly asymmetrical? It seemed unusual enough to highlight, similar to tailed galaxies, or perhaps a hybrid?
The FIRST image suggests a broad swath of artifact-noise may be contributing to the apparent bend:
The core seems to be SDSS J090237.93+345518.2, a z=0.438 ETG; here it is:
The fuzzy blue blob, to the upper-left, is very likely a foreground galaxy, a spiral (pity the pair are so small and faint; otherwise they might have been a good candidate for Bill Keel's spirals-backlit-by-ellipticals! 😛)