Problems for MOND in Clusters and the Ly-alpha Forest

@inproceedings{Aguirre2001ProblemsFM,
  title={Problems for MOND in Clusters and the Ly-alpha Forest},
  author={Anthony Aguirre and Joop Schaye and and Eliot Quataert},
  year={2001}
}
The observed dynamics of gas and stars on galactic and larger scales cannot be accounted for by self-gravity, indicating that there are large quantities of unseen matter, or that gravity is non-Newtonian in these regimes. Milgrom's MOdified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND) postulates that Newton's laws are modified at very low acceleration, and can account for the rotation curves of galaxies and some other astrophysical observations, without dark matter. Here we apply MOND to two independent physical… Expand
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