Interesting image double galaxy?!
Does Anyone have an idea of what is going on here??
There are two, quite separate, sources.
The one in the middle is very likely an extended blob of plasma around a z ~0.6 galaxy (or perhaps we're looking down onto a lobe), SDSS J133730.30+481743.6.
The #doublelobe at the top is very likely a triple: faint core (centered on the AGN in the galaxy's nucleus) and twin jets ending in impressive lobes. The galaxy is SDSS J133729.21+481820.5, an elliptical with a redshift of 0.119, and a spectrum that looks very 'dead and red'.
Here's the SDSS field, centered on the elliptical (orientation the same, scale slightly different); the other radio/IR source is the faint red dot below (S) and somewhat to the left (E):