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A model of our Galaxy

  • U. Haud (a1), M. Jôeveer (a1) and J. Einasto (a1)

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The construction of models is the most effective tool for a synthesis of various observational data and for a quantitative study of physical and dynamical structure and evolution of stellar systems. Classical models of spiral galaxies were based on rotational velocities, which were identified with circular velocities. They were designed to represent the galactic attraction force in the radial direction.

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