I was wondering that, hopefully, this is what it looks like to stare directly into the jet of radiation from one of the poles of a galaxy or other powerful object? It almost looks like a fire starting to spread towards the position of the focus or we're staring into a laser beam! Fun image to contemplate!
Welcome to RGZ, rtconr!
I think you're at least partly correct, but there's something rather odd about the 'halo' of radio emission surrounding the central one ... in my experience, a bright 'point source' produces a 'triangular grid' or 'set of lines' of artifacts^, not this ~circular shape.
The host is an otherwise normal-looking elliptical galaxy, SDSS J093645.11+050926.9, with a spectroscopic redshift of 0.131 (as antikodon notes, in the Comments):
Maybe a radio astronomer will drop by and comment too.
Hope this helps, and happy hunting! 😃
^you can see part of this in the faint, broken line-like bits of blue crossing much of the center
ARG0002udj has similar radio morphology?