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1.18. Nuclear rise of rotation curves of galaxies

  • Y. Sofue (a1), Y. Tutui (a1), M. Honma (a1) and A. Tomita (a2)

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Rotation curves of spiral galaxies have been thought to rise rigidly in the central a few kpc, while they are flat in the outer regions (Rubin et al 1982; Persic 1996). On the other hand, CO-line and recent Hα observations have revealed steeply rising rotation curves near the nucleus (Sofue 1996,1997; Sofue et al 1997a,b; Rubin et al 1997).

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