Upon finishing her observations, Rubin's galactic rotation curve
extended about five times farther than it had in the early 1960s--and it was still flat.
Modeling the Newtonian dynamics for rotation curve
analysis of thin-disk galaxies.
Difference in the external rotation curve
was induced by the swing of ipsilateral leg in walking posture.
In describing a one-parameter motion, a rotation curve
r(v) = ([r.
The new observations with KAT-7 allow the measurement of the rotation curve
of NGC 3109 out to 32, doubling the angular extent of existing measurements.
The Milky Way's Rotation Curve
to 60 kpc and an Estimate of the Dark Matter Halo Mass from Kinematics of 2500 SDSS Blue Horizontal Branch Stars.
We are sensitive enough that we made a rotation plot of the hydrogen in the Andromeda Galaxy at different angular offsets from its center," says frequent observer Paul Boven, "and in the rotation curve
you can see which side of Andromeda is coming toward us and which is going away.
He was able to fit lensing data from CLASS/JVAS with a [mu](x) that is consistent with one that was constrained from galactic rotation curve
data (Sanders 2007).
Context only carries you so far, and at some point you may find your mind spinning as someone asks, "So, what's with the galaxy's rotation curve
The agreement with the observed rotation curve
is striking: the calculations even reproduce a hitherto unexplained "kink" in the curve 35,000 light-years from the center.
Another motivation for the new dust-penetrated classification scheme is that it is related to the kinematics or dynamics of a galaxy, factors that are best understood by analyzing a galaxy's rotation curve
They then used the resulting rotation curve
to "weigh" the material within about 40,000 light-years of the Milky Way's core.