Zoom in of the inner disk of NGC 1068 to show the overlay of two CO(3–2) velocity channel maps obtained for v − vsys = − 50 (black contours: 5, 10, 20 to 100% in steps of 20% of the peak value = 1 Jy) and 50 km s-1 (white contours: 5, 10, 20 to 100% in steps of 20% of the peak value = 0.5 Jy), with vsys(HEL) = 1127 ± 3 km s-1, on the NIR K-band image (in color scale and arbitrary units) of NGC 1068 obtained by the Two Micron All Sky Survey (2MASS). We highlight the location of gas emission along the bar’s leading edges as well as the existence of an anomalous component associated with the outflow. The orientation of the stellar bar’s major axis along PA = 46° is marked by a dashed line.
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