Centro Astronómico de Yebes (OAN, IGN), Apartado 148, E-19080 Guadalajara, Spain

Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, MS 42, 60 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA

We briefly examine different possibilities to explain the complex structure of the multipolar outflow. A single outflow appears unable to explain all the CO observations, so we suggest that two or three independent outflows emanate from different young sources embedded within the core.

**Figure 5:** CO 2--1 channel maps of the IRAS 20050 outflow.
The channels, denoted by EHV1, EHV2, IHV, and SHV, are 50, 25, 10, and
5 km/s wide, and are centered at =
70, 32.5, 15, and 7.5 km/s, respectively, where = 6 km/s is the
velocity of the ambient cloud. First contour and step are at 10 K
km/s for the EHV intervals, and 7 K km/s for the SHV and IHV
intervals. Solid contours are for the blue-shifted emission, and
dashed contours for the red-shifted. The origin is at the nominal
position of IRAS 20050. The crosses represent the IRAS sources
IRAS 20050 and IRAS 20049+2721, and the triangle marks the position of a
strong CS emission peak. The axes A, B, C are drawn to illustrate the
multi-lobe structure of the outflow.

Fri May 12 14:34:35 METDST 1995