The VLA A array map (Fig. 8d) shows the core to be surrounded by a small (~10
arcsec) diffuse halo. As the VLA C array map (Fig. 8e) indicates, this halo is
most likely the remainder of an extended radio structure that is resolved out on
these small scales. The observed large-scale radio emission is indicative of an
FR II. Two lobes to each side of the nucleus are visible with the eastern lobe
containing a hotspot. The western lobe appears to have an embedded one-sided
jet, but a VLA B array map would be necessary to confirm this.
91-no spectrum available; classified as BL Lac in Padovani & Giommi