3.1.23 2337+268 This is identified with the elliptical galaxy NGC 7728
at z= 0.038 (1 mas ~= 0.73 pc). On the kiloparsec scale the source is
characterized by two-sided symmetric jets extending for more than 2
arcmin on each side (Condon, Frayer & Broderick 1991). On the parsec
scale we detect a relatively bright core and a one-sided jet oriented
along the south-western jet visible on the larger scale. The E vectors
were rotated by 21deg clockwise (CW) to correct for foreground rotation
based on the data of a nearby radio source (Simard-Normandin et al.
1981). Fractional polarization in the core is about 0.5 per cent with
the EVPA roughly parallel to the jet axis. No polarized emission is
detected in the jet.
Very extended radio source; S(1.4 GHz) is probably too low.