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Constraints on Dark and Visible Mass in Galaxies from Strong Gravitational Lensing

  • Simon Dye (a1) and Steve Warren (a2)

Abstract

We give a non-exhaustive review of the use of strong gravitational lensing in placing constraints on the quantity of dark and visible mass in galaxies. We discuss development of the methodology and summarise some recent results.

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