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The Development of the Galactic Rotation Curve
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Citation Guohao Shi. The Development of the Galactic Rotation Curve. TNS (2023) Vol. 5: 219-225. DOI: 10.54254/2753-8818/5/20230412.
After a period of scientific research practice, the author has acquired some relevant knowledge, and it is hoped to have the Milky Way rotation curve of the gradual improvement process presented. The author uses the literature method to summarize the history of the study of the galactic curve, and show the process in the relative descriptive discourse.
Galactic rotation curves, Kepler curve, index plate models, dark matter halos, MOND.
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