that's amazing! they seem different with two wave bands.
Welcome to RGZ, marsko0328!
This is a #doublelobe, as explained in the Science section of the main webpage, and the tutorial. The host galaxy - in whose nucleus is a supermassive black hole - is the almost white, circular thing in between the lobes; called SDSS J105227.58+524538.2, and it looks like this (it's the red blob in the center; I don't think the pale green blobs are in any way associated):
Hope this helps, and happy hunting! 😃