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Fig. 1.


Projections of (from left to right) density, temperature, radial velocity and the time since a cell has been affected by AGN feedback, tAGN, at five different points in time. Radial velocity and temperature are weighted by tAGN. Radial velocity is measured in 3D space with the SMBH at the origin, and negative velocities are inflowing. Contours are based on the plot of tAGN, and are drawn at 10 (solid), 50 (dashed) and 200 (dotted) Myr. The location of the SMBH is marked by a white cross, and black contours in the right hand column denote the outline of dense gas structures. The white dotted line lies along the instantaneous jet axis, which is plotted to be exactly 10 kpc long in 3D space. The shorter it appears, the more it is aligned with the line of sight of the image (here taken to be the z-axis of the box at all times).

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