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N ov 2 01 7 Rotation Curves and Dark Matter

  title={N ov 2 01 7 Rotation Curves and Dark Matter},
  • Published 2017
In present paper we argue that to explain the shape of the Rotation Curves (RC) of galaxies, there is no need to involve the concept of dark matter. Rotation curves are completely determined by the distribution of baryon matter and gas kinetics. Such parameters of the galaxy as barion mass and its distribution can be easily calculated from the observed RC. We show the extended parts of RCs to be just a wind tails, formed by gas of the outer disks in assumption that it obeys the laws of gas… Expand

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