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Fig. 11


A cartoon illustrating the geometry of the system associated with XID5395, in the conical (panel a)) and bi-conical (panel b)) cases, as inferred from our spatial and spectral analysis. The line of sight intercepts the disk of the galaxy, which is rotating and inclined with respect the plane of the sky, so that the approaching part is in the North direction and the receding part is in the South direction, as revealed by the Vpeak map. The (bi)-conical outflow is shown with arrows: blue arrows mark the gas moving towards our direction, and the red arrows mark the gas moving opposite to our line of sight. See text for details.

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