For my Ph.D. work, I created 36 high resolution galaxy rotation curves using the Spitzer I-band for spiral galaxies in the Ursa Major (UMa) filament, and dissected the components into stellar, gaseous, and modelled both the dark matter components using both the NFW profile, and a core-modified dark matter profile, and compared these results to the alternative provided by Modified Gravity (MoG) and Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND).

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Galaxy Rotation Curves without Nonbaryonic Dark Matter
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Modified gravity and the phantom of dark matter

The figures below show the Spitzer data, computed as Surface-Mass Densities (Σ(R); left panel), and corresponding galaxy rotation curves (v(R); right panel), derived for both high-surface brightness (HSB) and low-surface brightness (LSB) galaxies targetted in the Ursa Major (UMa) filament of galaxies.