M 87 is a super-giant elliptical galaxy at the center of the Virgo Cluster and is located about 53.5 million light years from the sun. The local group of galaxies are also a part of the Virgo Ssuper Cluster. M87 is a strong source of radiation, particularly radio waves. This huge elliptical galaxy drives a relativistic jet of energetic plasma originating at the core and extending outward of it’s super massive black hole - at least 5000 light years long.
Find a Hubble image of the relativistic jet here.