The jet seen by the VLA at 2 cm (from Biretta & Owen). The scale from the bright core (at the left) to the outermost bright spot (where the flow starts to bend) is about 2 kpc.
Two views of the jet from the VLA at 7 mm (from Owen & Biretta). The outer "fuzzy" patch on the left-hand image corresponds to the first bright knot seen just past the core, in the 2 cm image above. The image on the right is a flow-up of the core in the left-hand image.
A VLBI image of the jet at 18 cm (from Biretta & Junor). The length of the visible jet is about 17 pc.
A VLBI image of the jet at 1.3 cm (from Biretta & Junor). The length of the visible jet is about 2.5 pc. The physical scale of the innermost jet features, next to the unresolved core source, is about 0.1 pc (1/3 of a light year), about 100 times the size of the black hole which drives the system.