Scale-invariant dynamics of galaxies, MOND, dark matter, and the dwarf spheroidals

@article{Maeder2019ScaleinvariantDO,
  title={Scale-invariant dynamics of galaxies, MOND, dark matter, and the dwarf spheroidals},
  author={Andre Maeder and Vesselin G. Gueorguiev},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2019},
  volume={492},
  pages={2698-2708}
}
The Scale-Invariant Vacuum (SIV) theory is based on Weyl's Integrable Geometry, endowed with a gauge scalar field. The main difference between MOND and the SIV theory is that the first considers a global dilatation invariance of space and time, where the scale factor $\lambda$ is a constant, while the second opens the likely possibility that $\lambda$ is a function of time. The key equations of the SIV framework are used here to study the relationship between the Newtonian gravitational… Expand

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