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Fig. 5


Ratio R32 of the CO(3–2) and CO(2–1) brightness temperatures along the jet axis of IC 5063 where the data, before taking the ratio, have been averaged over 1.5 arcsec perpendicular to the jet axis (i.e. using the data presented in Fig. 4 after applying the primary beam corrections). Only ratios with error smaller than 0.3 are shown. The black curve indicates where one would expect in this pv diagram to detect gas which follows the normal kinematics of a regularly rotating gas disk (i.e. gas not participating in the outflow; see text). The black dashed vertical lines indicate the extent of the radio continuum.

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