The Universal Rotation Curve of Spiral Galaxies: I. the Dark Matter Connection

@inproceedings{MPersic1995TheUR,
  title={The Universal Rotation Curve of Spiral Galaxies: I. the Dark Matter Connection},
  author={M.Persic and P.Salucci and F.Stel},
  year={1995}
}
We use a homogeneous sample of about 1100 optical and radio rotation curves (RCs) and relative surface photometry to investigate the main mass structure properties of spirals, over a range of 6 magnitudes and out to ∼ < 1 . 5 and 2 optical radii (for the optical and radio data, respectively). We definitely confirm the strong dependence on luminosity for both the profile and the amplitude of RCs claimed by Persic & Salucci (1991). Spiral RCs show the striking feature that a single global parameter… 

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