Literature relating to the Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND)

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General Reviews

Popular Level Articles and Notes

[81] Physics Today February 1992
The Dynamical Evidence for Dark Matter
Scott Tremaine
ADS

[79] Nature, N&V 359, 583 (15 Oct 1992)
Messing around with gravity
David Lindley
ADS

[89] La Recherche February 1988
La Modification des lois de Newton
M. Milgrom

[92] Article in The Astronomy and Astrophysics Encyclopedia, S. P. Maran, ed. (Van Nostrand Rheinhold, New York, 1992), p.297.
Gravitational Theories
Jacob D. Bekenstein

[67] Scientific American, December 1998
Pioneering Gas Leak?
George Musser
Article

[114] 28 Jan 2000, Science, 287, 572
Heretical Idea Faces Its Sternest Test
Mark Sincell
Article | Comments

[118] 2000, Mercury, 29(2), 8
Armchair Astrophysics: Modified Newtonian Dynamics
McGaugh, Stacy; Schulman, Eric
ADS

[136] Astronomy, August 2001, p.26
Out of Sight, Out of MOND
Steve Nadis
ADS

[147] 2001, Astronomy Now
Gravity For All Scales?
McGaugh, S.S.
HTML | PDF

[148] 2000, Future Frame
A Few Steps Back On The Decision Tree
McGaugh, S.S.
FF | HTML

[162] 2002 (August) Scientific American, 287(2), 42
Does Dark Matter Really Exist?
Milgrom, M.
SA

[169] 2003 New Scientist, Jan 25
Breaking the Law
Marcus Chown
Article

[172] 2003 Feb 13, The Guardian
Ditching dark matter
Marcus Chown
Article

[173] in American Scientist, Jan-Feb 2003 Sceince Observer
Dark Matter Heretic
Michael Szpir
Article

[183] Discover Magazine Vol. 24 No. 10 pp. 34 (October 2003)
Nailing Down Gravity
Tim Folger
Article

[281] 2005, New Scientist, January 22
Are there two types of gravity?
Marcus Chown
Article

[282] Discover Magazine, August 2006
The Einstein Dilemma: Gravity's Gadfly
Adam Frank
Article | PDF

[283] April 2006, New Scientist
The long arms of the low
David Shiga
Article | PDF

[284] 2006, Astronomy Now (June 2006)
Reconstructing gravity
Amarendra Swarup

[285] 2006, Physics World, June 1
Gravity's dark side
Matthew Chalmers
Article

[298] 2006, Physics Today, November 2006 Search & Discovery
Collision between galaxy clusters unveils striking evidence of dark matter

[299] 2006, Ciel & Espace, December 2006
Mond: une nouvelle theorie pour l'Univers

[529] 2007 Nature, March 22
A jump that would prove Newton wrong
Philip Ball
Article

[321] 2007 Sky and Telescope, April
Battlefield Galactica
Govert Schilling
Article

[533] 2007, Le Monde, May 29
Les astrophysiciens sont divises par une theorie qui revise les lois du cosmos et de la gravitation
Jerome Fenoglio
Article

[377] 2007, Sky at Night (BBC), September
Dark Matter is Dead
M. Chown
BBC

[530] 2007, New Scientist, September 29
Dimmer Outlook for Dark Matter
M. Chown

[532] 2009, The National, May 9
Where gravity falls down
Robert Matthews
Article

[531] 2009, New Scientist, July 8
Mystery of the missing mini-galaxies
Marcus Chown
Article

[528] 2009, New Scientist, August 24
Phantom menace to dark matter theory
Marcus Chown
Article

[461] 2009, Physicaplus, 12
MOND: time for a change of mind?
Milgrom, Mordehai
ADS | arXiv|Article

[534] 2010, Ciel & Espace, February
Matiere noire: Un dialogue secret avec la matiere ordinaire
David Fosse
Article

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First Articles and Predictions

[22] 1983, ApJ, 270, 365
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics as a possible alternative to the hidden mass hypothesis
ADS

[21] 1983, ApJ, 270, 371
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics - Implications for galaxies
ADS

[20] 1983, ApJ, 270, 384
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics - Implications for galaxy systems
ADS

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Scientific Reviews

[22] 1983, ApJ, 270, 365
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics as a possible alternative to the hidden mass hypothesis
ADS

[15] 1987, IAUS 117, 319
Milgrom, M.; Bekenstein, J.
The modified Newtonian dynamics as an alternative to hidden matter
ADS

[10] 1989, ComAp, 13, 215
Milgrom, M.
Alternatives to Dark Matter
ADS

[88] Jerusalem Winter School, Jan. 1987.
Eds. J. Bahcall, T. Piran, and S. Weinberg (World Scientific Singapore)
M. Milgrom
Departure from Newton's laws at low accelerations as the explanation of the dark matter problem
ADS|

[50] Proceedings of the DARK98 meeting in Heidelberg July 1998
Mordehai Milgrom
The Modified Dynamics--A Status Review
ADS| arXiv

[31] 1990, A&ARv, 2, 1
Sanders, R. H.
Mass discrepancies in galaxies - Dark matter and alternatives
ADS

[81] Physics Today February 1992
Scott Tremaine
The Dynamical Evidence for Dark Matter
ADS

[59] The Evolution of the Universe, edited by G. Borner and S. Gottlober, Dahlem Workshop Report ES~19 (John Wiley & Sons)
Georg G. Raffelt
The Nature of Dark Matter
ADS | arXiv

[89] La Recherche February 1988
M. Milgrom
La Modification des lois de Newton

[91] New ideas in astronomy, Arp's festschrift (Eds. Bertola Sulentic and Madore)
Robert H. Sanders
Alternatives to missing mass

[97] 1998, ApJ, 499, 41
S. McGaugh & W. de Blok
Testing the Dark Matter Hypothesis with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies and Other Evidence
ADS | arXiv

[38] 1998, ApJ, 499, 66
S. McGaugh & W. de Blok
Testing the Hypothesis of Modified Dynamics with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies and Other Evidence
ADS | arXiv

[93] Galaxy Dynamics, eds. D. Merritt, J. Sellwood, & M. Valluri (1998)
Stacy S. McGaugh
How galaxies don't form
ADS | arXiv

[104] 1999, Galaxy Dynamics: from the Early Universe to the Present, eds. F. Combes, G. A. Mamon, and V. Charmandaris
McGaugh, S.S.
Dynamical constraints on theories of disk galaxy formation
ADS | arXiv

[124] 2000, in Gas & Galaxy Evolution
Sellwood, J.A., & Kosowsky, A.
Does Dark Matter Exist?
| arXiv

[126] 2001, Fundamentals of Cosmic Physics, in press
Battaner, E., & Florido, E.
The rotation curve of spiral galaxies and its cosmological implications
| arXiv

[127] 2001, ARA&A, 39
Sofue, Y., & Rubin, V.
Rotation Curves of Spiral Galaxies
| arXiv

[137] 2001, IAS workshop
Galaxies and the Dark Matter Problem

[151] 2001, in The Dark Universe, ed. M. Livio
Sanders, R.H.
Modified Newtonian dynamics and its implications
ADS | arXiv

[154] 2002, Acta physica Polonica B32, 3612 (for Particles and Astrophysics--Standard Models and Beyond)
Milgrom, M.
MOND--a pedagogical review
ADS | arXiv

[157] 2002, ARA&A, 40, 263
Sanders, R.H., & McGaugh, S.S.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics as an Alternative to Dark Matter
ADS |.ps.gz | arXiv | ARA&A

[179] Modern Physics Letters A, Vol. 18, No. 27 (2003) 1861-1875
Sanders, R.H.
Missing Mass as Evidence for Modified Newtonian Dynamics at Low Accelerations
ADS | MPLA

[186] 2003, IAU Symposium 220, "Dark Matter in Galaxies" ed. Stuart Ryder, D.J. Pisano, Mark walker & Ken Freeman
Binney, J.
Dark Matter in Galaxies: Conference Summary
ADS | arXiv

[187] 2003, IAU Symposium 220, "Dark Matter in Galaxies" ed. Stuart Ryder, D.J. Pisano, Mark Walker & Ken Freeman
Aguirre, A.
Alternatives to Dark Matter (?)
ADS | arXiv

[210] 2004
Binney, J.
The Case for Modified Gravity
PPT

[211] 2004, Identification of Dark Matter Conference
Merrifield, M.R.
Dark Matter on Galactic Scales (or the Lack Thereof)
| arXiv

[215] 2005, JHEP Conference Proceedings
Bekenstein, J.D.
An alternative to the dark matter paradigm: relativistic MOND gravitation
ADS | arXiv

[232] 2005
Binney, J.
Modified Gravity
PPT

[239] 2005, in Mass Profiles and Shapes of Cosmological Structures
Milgrom, M.
MOND as Modified Inertia
ADS | arXiv

[242] 2005, in Mass Profiles and Shapes of Cosmological Structures
Sanders, R.H.
MOND and Cosmology
ADS | arXiv

[243] 2005, in Mass Profiles and Shapes of Cosmological Structures
Bekenstein, J.D., & Sanders, R.H.
A Primer to Relativistic MOND Theory
ADS | arXiv

[244] 2006, lecture given at Third Aegean Summer School, The Invisible Universe: Dark Matter and Dark Energy
Sanders, R.H.
Modified gravity without dark matter
ADS | arXiv

[246] 2006, in First crisis in cosmology
Scarpa, R.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics, an Introductory Review
ADS | arXiv

[266] 2006
McGaugh, S.S.
Observational Constraints on the Acceleration Discrepancy Problem
ADS | arXiv

[305] 2006, Contemporary Physics, 47, 387
Bekenstein, J.D.
The modified Newtonian dynamics - MOND and its implications for new physics
ADS | arXiv | PS | PDF

[319] 2007
Combes, F.
The Challenge of Dark Matter in the Universe
PDF

[320] 2007
Godfrey, G.
MOND vs. Dark Matter Update
PDF

[363] 2008, Matter and energy in the Universe: from nucleosynthesis to cosmology
The MOND paradigm
Milgrom., M.
ADS | arXiv

[378] 2007, Science, 317, 607
McGaugh, S.S.
Seeing Through Dark Matter
Science

[458] 2009CQGra..26n3001
Skordis, Constantinos
TOPICAL REVIEW: The tensor-vector-scalar theory and its cosmology
ADS | arXiv

[462] 2009NuPhA.827..555
Bekenstein, Jacob D.
Relativistic MOND as an alternative to the dark matter paradigm
ADS | arXiv

[476] 2009Sci...326..812
Ferreira, Pedro G.; Starkman, Glenn D.
Einstein?s Theory of Gravity and the Problem of Missing Mass
ADS | arXiv

[480] 2010AdAst2010E...4
Kosowsky, Arthur
Dwarf Galaxies, MOND, and Relativistic Gravitation
ADS | arXiv

[485] 2010arXiv1001.3876
Bekenstein, Jacob D.
Alternatives to dark matter: Modified gravity as an alternative to dark matter
ADS | arXiv

[507] 2010AIPC.1241..139
Milgrom, Mordehai
New Physics at Low Accelerations (MOND): an Alternative to Dark Matter
ADS | arXiv

[508] 2010AIPC.1241..154
Combes, F.; Tiret, O.
MOND and the Galaxies
ADS | arXiv

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Theories & Solutions (analytic and numerical)

[22] 1983, ApJ, 270, 365
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics as a possible alternative to the hidden mass hypothesis
ADS

[19] 1984, ApJ, 286, 7
Bekenstein, J.; Milgrom, M.
Does the missing mass problem signal the breakdown of Newtonian gravity?
ADS

[17] 1986, ApJ, 302, 617
Milgrom, M.
Solutions for the modified Newtonian dynamics field equation
ADS

[84] Second Canadian Conference on General Relativity and Relativistic Astrophysics, A. Coley, C. Dyer and B. Tupper, eds. (World Scientific, Singapore, 1988)
Jacob D. Bekenstein
The Missing Light Puzzle: a Hint About Gravity?

[85] 1988, Physics Letters B202, 497
Jacob D. Bekenstein
Phase Coupled Gravitation and Gauge Fields
ADS

[33] 1988, MNRAS, 235, 105
Sanders, R. H.
Phase coupling gravity and astronomical mass discrepancies
ADS

[86]Sixth Marcel Grossman Conference on General Relativity, Kyoto 1991
Jacob D. Bekenstein
New gravitational theories as alternatives to dark matter
ADS

[87] Developments in General Relativity, Astrophysics and Quantum Theory: A Jubilee in Honour of Nathan Rosen, eds. F. I. Cooperstock, L. P. Horwitz and J. Rosen, (IOP Publishing, Bristol 1990), p.155.
Jacob D. Bekenstein
Non Newtonian gravitation and causality
ADS

[5] 1994, ApJ, 429, 540
Milgrom, M.
Modified dynamics predictions agree with observations of the HI kinematics in faint dwarf galaxies contrary to the conclusions of Lo, Sargent, and Young
ADS | arXiv

[25] 1997, ApJ, 480, 492
Sanders, R. H.
A Stratified Framework for Scalar-Tensor Theories of Modified Dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[76] Ph.D. Thesis. Thechnical University of Munich, The Max Planck Institute for Physics
Rainer Romatka
Alternatives to ``dark matter'' (in German)

[78] General Relativity and Gravitation 27, 4 (1995)
Harald H. Soleng
Dark Matter and Non-Newtonian Gravity from General Relativity Coupled to a Fluid of strings
ADS

[53] 1994, Ann. Phys. 229, 384-415
Mordehai Milgrom
Dynamics with a non-standard inertia-acceleration relation: an alternative to dark matter
ADS| arXiv

[65] 1997, Phys. Rev. E 56, 1148
Mordehai Milgrom
Non-linear conformally invariant generalization of the Poisson equation to D>2 dimensions
ADS| arXiv

[51] 1999, Physics Letters A, 253, 273
Mordehai Milgrom
The Modified Dynamics as a Vacuum Effect
ADS| arXiv

[50] Proceedings of the DARK98 meeting in Heidelberg July 1998
Mordehai Milgrom
The Modified Dynamics--A Status Review
ADS| arXiv

[4] 1995, MNRAS, 276, 453
Brada, R.; Milgrom, M.
Exact solutions and approximations of MOND fields of disc galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[98] 1996, Ph.D. thesis, Weizmann Institute of Science
Rafi Brada
Problems in galactic dynamics using the modified dynamics (MOND)
uuencoded, compressed postscript

[96] 1999, preprint
Periwal, V.
Cosmological and astrophysical tests of quantum gravity
| arXiv

[108] 1999, preprint
Consoli, M.,& Siringo, F.
Newtonian gravity from Higgs condensates
| arXiv

[112] 1999, A&A, in press
Selman, F.J.
Mass Segregation in the Universe: Dark Matter or MOND?

[115] 2000, preprint
M. Consoli
Gravitational forces from Bose-Einstein condensation
| arXiv

[117] 2000, ApJ, 540, 57
Muller, D., & Opher, R.
Orbits in a Neighboring Dwarf Galaxy According to MOND
ADS | arXiv

[119] 2000, ApJ, 541, 556
Brada, R., & Milgrom, M.
Dwarf satellite galaxies in the modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[122] 2000, 15th Florida Workshop in Nonlinear Astronomy and Physics
Kinney, W.H., & Brisudova, M.
An attempt to do without dark matter
| arXiv

[155] 2001, J.Phys. A35 (2002) 1437-1454
Milgrom, M.
Forces in Nonlinear Media
| arXiv

[160] 2002, New Astronomy Reviews, (2002), 46, 741
Milgrom, M.
MOND--theoretical aspects
ADS | arXiv

[168] 2003, UFIFT-HEP-03-02
Soussa, M.E., & Woodard, R.P.
A Nonlocal Metric Formulation of MOND
ADS | arXiv

[176] 2003
Soussa, M.E. & Woodard, R.P.
A generic problem with purely metric formulations of MOND
ADS | arXiv

[182] 2003, proceedings of the IVth Marseille International Cosmology Conference
Soussa, M.
Causal Field Equations and Real Eigenvalues from a Non-Local Lagrangian
ADS | arXiv

[188] 2003, XVth Rencontres de Blois Proceedings
Soussa, M.
A Closer Look at the Mond No-Go Statement for Purely Metric Formulations
ADS | arXiv

[191] 2003
Cadoni, M.
An Einstein-like theory of gravity with a non-newtonian weak-field limit
| arXiv

[196] 2004
Jordan, T.F.
Modified Newtonian dynamics from acceleration fluctuations
ADS | arXiv

[197] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 351 (2004) 285
Ciotti, L. & Binney, J.
Two-body relaxation in modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[201] 2004, Phys. Rev. D70, 083509
Bekenstein, J.D.
Relativistic gravitation theory for the MOND paradigm
ADS | arXiv

[202] 2004
Moffat, J.W.
Modified Gravitational Theory as an Alternative to Dark Energy and Dark Matter
| arXiv

[203] 2004
Deur, A.
Non-Abelian Effects in Gravitation
| arXiv

[206] 2004
Kiselev, V.V.
Ghost condensate model of flat rotation curves
| arXiv

[207] 2004
Kiselev, V.V.
Vector field and rotational curves in dark galactic halos
| arXiv

[209] 2004
Binney, J.
MOND: Current status & predictions for two-body relaxation
PPT

[212] 2004
Smolin, L.
Quantum Gravity with a non-zero cosmological constant
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[213] 2004
Moffat, J.W.
Gravitational Theory, Galaxy Rotation Curves and Cosmology without Dark Matter
| arXiv

[215] 2005, JHEP Conference Proceedings
Bekenstein, J.D.
An alternative to the dark matter paradigm: relativistic MOND gravitation
ADS | arXiv

[218] 2005MNRAS.363..459
Sanders, R.H.
A tensor-vector-scalar framework for modified dynamics and cosmic dark matter
ADS | arXiv

[228] 2005
Kao, W.F.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics In Dimensionless Form
| arXiv

[229] Phys.Rev. D71 (2005) 103511
Giannios, D.
Spherically symmetric, static spacetimes in a tensor-vector-scalar theory
ADS | arXiv

[524] 2008ralc.conf...16G
Giannios, D.
Spherically Symmetric, Static Spacetimes in a Tensor-Vector-Scalar Theory
ADS

[237] 2005, A&A, 444, L25
Zhao, H.-S.
Roche lobe sizes in deep-MOND gravity
ADS | arXiv

[238] 2005
Kao, W. F.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics and Induced gravity
ADS | arXiv

[238] 2005
Kao, W. F.
Mass distribution of modified Newtonian dynamics within highly flattened galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[240] 2006
Milgrom, M.
Massive particles in acoustic space-times emergent inertia and passive gravity
| arXiv

[241] 2006
Romero, J.M., & Zamora, A.
Alternative proposal to modified Newton dynamics (MOND)
ADS | arXiv

[249] 2006, ApJ, 640, 741
Ciotti, L., Londrillo, P., & Nipoti, C.
Axisymmetric and Triaxial MOND Density-Potential Pairs
ADS|arXiv

[250] 2006
Jin, X.-h. & Li, X.-z.
Oppenheimer-Volkoff Equation in Relativistic MOND Theory
ADS | arXiv

[254] 2005
Navarro, I., & Van Acoleyen, K.
Modified gravity, Dark Energy and MOND
ADS | arXiv

[255] 2006, MNRAS, 371, 138
Angus, G.W., Famaey, B., & Zhao, H.S.
Can MOND take a bullet? Analytical comparisons of three versions of MOND beyond spherical symmetry
ADS | arXiv

[260] 2007PhRvD..75h5013
Bruneton, J.-P.
On causality and superluminal behavior in classical field theories. Applications to k-essence theories and MOND-like theories of gravity
ADS | arXiv

[261] 2006
T.G Zlosnik, P.G Ferreira, G.D Starkman
Modifying gravity with the Aether: an alternative to Dark Matter
| arXiv

[262] 2006
T.G Zlosnik, P.G Ferreira, G.D Starkman
The Vector-Tensor nature of Bekenstein's relativistic theory of Modified Gravity
| arXiv

[264] 2006, ApJ, 638, L9
Zhao, H.-S., & Famaey, B.
Refining MOND interpolating function and TeVeS Lagrangian
ADS | arXiv

[265] 2006
I. Navarro & K. Van Acoleyen
Dark energy, MOND and sub-millimeter tests of gravity
ADS | arXiv

[267] 2006
A. A. Deriglazov
Interpretation of Lorentz boosts in conformally deformed special relativity theory
ADS | arXiv

[268] 2006
M. B. Gerrard, T. J. Sumner
The effect of a fifth large-scale space-time dimension on orbital dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[269] 2006
Charles Francis
Does a Teleconnection between Quantum States account for Missing Mass, Galaxy Ageing, Lensing Anomalies, Supernova Redshift, MOND, and Pioneer Blueshift?
ADS | arXiv

[270] 2006
E. Minguzzi
Possible relation between galactic flat rotational curves and the Pioneers' anomalous acceleration
ADS | arXiv

[271] 2006
Y. Sobouti
An f(R) gravitation instead of dark matter
ADS | arXiv

[276] 2006
Constantinos Skordis
TeVeS Cosmology: Covariant formalism for the background evolution and linear perturbation theory
ADS | arXiv

[288] 2007 Classical and Quantum Gravity 24, 3541
Blanchet, L.
Dipolar Particles in General Relativity
ADS | arXiv

[300] 2007, Phys. Rev. Lett., 98, 101101
A.Yu. Ignatiev
Is violation of the second Newton's law possible?
ADS | arXiv

[301] 2007, A&A
O. Tiret, F. Combes
Evolution of spiral galaxies in modified gravity
ADS | arXiv

[303] 2007, ApJ, in press
C. Nipoti, P. Londrillo, L. Ciotti
Dissipationless collapses in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[311] 2007, in Collective Phenomena in Macroscopic Systems
L. Ciotti, C. Nipoti, P. Londrillo
Phase mixing in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[312] 2007
M.B. Gerrard, T.J. Sumner
The effect of a fifth large-scale space-time dimension on the conservation of energy in a four dimensional Universe
| arXiv

[316] 2007
Carlo Nipoti, Pasquale Londrillo, Luca Ciotti
Galaxy merging in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[317] 2007, Physical Review D, 76, 124012
Jean-Philippe Bruneton, Gilles Esposito-Farese
Field-theoretical formulations of MOND-like gravity
ADS | arXiv

[324] 2007
Mavromatos, N., & Sakellariadou, M.
Relativistic Modified Newtonian Dynamics from String Theory?
| arXiv

[332] 2007
Bruneton, J.-P.
On causality and superluminal behavior in classical field theories. Applications to k-essence theories and MOND-like theories of gravity
ADS | arXiv

[335] 2007
Navarro, I.
Dark Energy, scalar-curvature couplings and a critical acceleration scale
ADS

[339] 2008
Black holes in the TeVeS theory of gravity and their thermodynamics
Eva Sagi, Jacob D. Bekenstein
ADS | arXiv

[349] 2007
Summary of session A4 at the GRG18 conference: Alternative Theories of Gravity
Gilles Esposito-Farese
ADS | arXiv

[361] 2008, GWDAW-12 2007
A Decisive test to confirm or rule out existence of dark matter using gravitational wave observations
E. O. Kahya
| arXiv

[362] 2008
Generalizing TeVeS Cosmology
Skordis, S.
ADS | arXiv

[364] 2008, ApJ, in press
Self-consistent models of triaxial galaxies in MOND gravity
You-gang Wang, Xufen Wu, HongSheng Zhao
ADS | arXiv

[368] 2008
TeVeS gets caught on caustics
Carlo R. Contaldi, Toby Wiseman, Benjamin Withers
ADS | arXiv

[369] 2008MNRAS.386.2194
Dynamical friction in Modified Newtonian Dynamics
C. Nipoti, L. Ciotti, J. Binney, P. Londrillo
ADS | arXiv

[383] 2009
N-MODY: a code for collisionless N-body simulations in modified Newtonian dynamics
Pasquale Londrillo, Carlo Nipoti
ADS | arXiv

[385] 2008
Dark Fluid: Towards a unification of empirical theories of galaxy rotation, Inflation and Dark Energy
HongSheng Zhao, Baojiu Li
ADS | arXiv

[388] 2008
Gravity Gets There First with Dark Matter Emulators
Desai, S., Kahya, E.O., Woodard, R.P.
| arXiv

[389] 2008
Model of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Based on Gravitational Polarization
Luc Blanchet, Alexandre Le Tiec
ADS | arXiv

[390] 2008 Phys. Rev. D, 77, 084010
On the growth of structure in theories with a dynamical preferred frame
T.G Zlosnik, P.G. Ferreira, G.D. Starkman
| arXiv

[394] 2008
Reinterpreting MOND: coupling of Einsteinian gravity and spin of cosmic neutrinos?
Zhao, H.-S.
ADS | arXiv

[396] 2008
Post-Newtonian parameters in the tensor-vector-scalar theory
Takashi Tamaki
ADS | arXiv

[400] Phys.Lett.B668:453-456,2008
Modified Newton's gravity in Finsler Space as a possible alternative to dark matter hypothesis
Zhe Chang, Xin Li
ADS | arXiv

[407] 2008
Gaseous drag on a gravitational perturber in Modified Newtonian Dynamics and the structure of the wake
F. J. Sanchez-Salcedo
ADS | arXiv

[408] 2008
Spherical Collapse in Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND)
M. Malekjani, S. Rahvar, H. Haghi
ADS | arXiv

[409] 2010
Birkhoff's theorem fails to save MOND from non-local physics
De-Chang Dai, Reijiro Matsuo, Glenn Starkman
ADS | arXiv

[410] 2009
Reconciling MOND and dark matter?
Jean-Philippe Bruneton, Stefano Liberati, Lorenzo Sindoni, Benoit Famaey
ADS | arXiv

[411] 2008
N-body simulations in modified Newtonian dynamics
Carlo Nipoti, Pasquale Londrillo, Luca Ciotti
ADS | arXiv

[412] 2009ApJ...698.1630
The MOND limit from space-time scale invariance
Mordehai Milgrom
ADS | arXiv

[414] 2008
Mapping the galactic gravitational potential with peculiar acceleration
Claudia Quercellini, Luca Amendola, Amedeo Balbi
ADS | arXiv

[419] 2009
Dipolar Dark Matter and Dark Energy
Luc Blanchet, Alexandre Le Tiec
ADS | arXiv

[421] Phys. Rev. D 78 (2008) 104019
Structure of Neutron Stars in Tensor-Vector-Scalar Theory
Paul D. Lasky, Hajime Sotani, Dimitrios Giannios
| arXiv

[429] 2009
TOPICAL REVIEW: The tensor-vector-scalar theory and its cosmology
Constantinos Skordis
ADS | arXiv

[432] 2009
Modified gravity or modified matter?
Luc Blanchet
| arXiv

[433] 2009
Cosmological Constant, Classical "Vacuum" and Special Relativity (From the Lorentz boost to the Milgrom acceleration)
Yves Pierseaux
| arXiv

[435] 2009
An empirical Gravity law up to galactic scales
X. Hernandez, S. Mendoza, T. Suarez, T. Bernal
| arXiv

[436] 2009
N-body simulations for testing the stability of triaxial galaxies in MOND
Xufen Wu, HongSheng Zhao, Yougang Wang, Claudio Llinares, Alexander Knebe
ADS | arXiv

[442] 2009
Motion in alternative theories of gravity
Gilles Esposito-Farese
ADS | arXiv

[443] 2009
Preferred frame parameters in the tensor-vector-scalar theory of gravity and its generalization
Eva Sagi
ADS | arXiv

[445] 2009
General models of Einstein gravity with a non-Newtonian weak-field limit
M. Cadoni, M. Casula
| arXiv

[449] 2009IJMPD..18.1039
Hao, J. G.; Akhoury, R.
a Possible Late Time LCDM-LIKE Background Cosmology in Relativistic MOND Theory
ADS

[454] 2009APS..APR.E1004
Raut, Usha
MOND using a probabilistic approach
ADS

[456] 2009arXiv0907.3028
Darabi, F.
Dark matter, MOND or non-local gravity?
ADS | arXiv

[465] 2009PhLB..680...98
Cuzinatto, R. R.; Pompeia, P. J.; de Montigny, M.; Khanna, F. C.
Weak-field approximation of effective gravitational theory with local Galilean invariance
ADS | arXiv

[470] 2009arXiv0910.4776
Cuzinatto, R. R.; Pompeia, P. J.; de Montigny, M.; Khanna, F. C.
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[475] 2009arXiv0911.3658
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Screening and Antiscreening of the MOND field in Perturbed Spherical Systems
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[479] 2009PhRvD..80l3536
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[481] 2010dmap.conf..335
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[487] 2010MNRAS.401.2012
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[489] 2010PhRvD..81b4041
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[492] 2010ApJ...712..130
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Dark Fluid: A Unified Framework for Modified Newtonian Dynamics, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy
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[493] 2010arXiv1003.0684
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Is possible to relate MOND with Horava Gravity?
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[495] 2010MNRAS.403..886
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Quasi-linear formulation of MOND
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[496] 2010PhRvD..81h7304
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Comparing different realizations of modified Newtonian dynamics: Virial theorem and elliptical shells
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[499] 2010arXiv1005.1169
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[502] 2010IJTP...49.1133
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A New Interpretation of MOND Based on Mach Principle and Generalized Equivalence Principle
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[505] 2010AfrSk..14...67
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[514] 2010MNRAS.405.1129
Milgrom, Mordehai
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[194] 2010arXiv1007.1278
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Modified Kepler's Law, Escape Speed and Two-body Problem in MOND-like Theories
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[193] 2010arXiv1007.3444
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[192] 2010FoPh..tmp...84
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Hamiltonian Map to Conformal Modification of Spacetime Metric: Kaluza-Klein and TeVeS
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[132] 2010GReGr..42..103
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General models of Einstein gravity with a non-Newtonian weak-field limit
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[287] 2010PhRvD..81f4031
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[538] 2010 Astrophysics and Space Science
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[539] 2010
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Dark Matter and Dark Energy as Effects of Quantum Gravity
ADS | arXiv

[540] 2010
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The holographic screen at low temperatures
ADS | arXiv

[545] 2010
Pankovic, Vladan; Kapor, Darko
k-MOND
ADS| arXiv

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Solar System

[22] 1983, ApJ, 270, 365
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics as a possible alternative to the hidden mass hypothesis
ADS

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[67] Scientific American, December 1998
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Pioneering Gas Leak?

[251] 2006
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Solar system constraints on multi-field theories of modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[252] 2006 Phys.Rev.D, 73, 103513
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MOND habitats within the solar system
ADS | arXiv

[253] 2006
Sereno, M., & Jetzer, Ph.
Dark matter vs. modifications of the gravitational inverse-square law. Results from planetary motion in the solar system
ADS | arXiv

[258] 2008
Sahni, V., & Shtanov, Y.
APSIS - an Artificial Planetary System in Space to probe extra-dimensional gravity and MOND
ADS | arXiv

[309] 2006, 36th COSPAR Scientific Assembly
Jorge Paramos, Orfeu Bertolami
Current tests of alternative gravity theories: the Modified Newtonian Dynamics case
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[310] 2007, MNRAS, 376, 338
M.E. McCulloch
Modelling the Pioneer anomaly as modified inertia
| arXiv

[315] 2007
John F. Wallin, David S. Dixon, Gary L. Page
Testing Gravity in the Outer Solar System: Results from Trans-Neptunian Objects
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[352] 2008
Constraining MOND with Solar System dynamics
Lorenzo Iorio
ADS | arXiv

[354] 2007
Solar system tests of the cosmological constant
Jetzer, Philippe; Sereno, Mauro
ADS | arXiv

[365] 2008, for International School of Physics Enrico Fermi on Atom Optics and Space Physics
Tests of general relativity in the solar system
Serge Reynaud, Marc-Thierry Jaekel
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[371] International Journal of Modern Physics D, Volume 16, Issue 12a, pp. 2035-2053 (2007)
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Magueijo, Joao, Bekenstein, Jacob
ADS

[379] 2007, JBIS, submitted
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M.E. McCulloch
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[447] 2009EAS....36..127
Jetzer, P.; Sereno, M.
Limits on dark matter and cosmological constant from solar system dynamics
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[450] 2009arXiv0901.3011
Iorio, Lorenzo
MOND orbits in the Oort cloud
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[469] 2009Ap&SS.323..215
Iorio, Lorenzo
On the MOND external field effect in the solar system
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[472] 2009MNRAS.399..474
Milgrom, Mordehai
MOND effects in the inner Solar system
ADS | arXiv

[484] 2010arXiv1001.1303
Trenkel, Christian; Kemble, Steve; Bevis, Neil; Magueijo, Joao
Testing MOND/TEVES with LISA Pathfinder
ADS | arXiv

[501] 2010arXiv1005.5442
Bel, Ll.
Local cosmology of the solar system
ADS | arXiv

[503] 2010OAJ.....3....1
Iorio, Lorenzo
The Perihelion Precession of Saturn, Planet X/Nemesis and MOND
ADS | arXiv

[510] 2010AIPC.1241..935
Iorio, L.
The Impact of the External Field Effect in the MOdified Newtonian Dynamics on Solar System's Orbits
ADS | arXiv

[292] 2010arXiv1007.0754
Sokaliwska, Michael; Fahr, Hans-Joerg; Kroupa, Pavel
The influence of modified gravitational fields on motions of Keplerian objects at the far-edge of the Solar System
ADS | arXiv

[542] 2010 CQG, 27, 215014
Neil Bevis, Joao Magueijo, Christian Trenkel, Steve Kemble
MONDian three-body predictions for LISA Pathfinder
ADS | arXiv

[453] 2010
Christian Trenkel, Steve Kemble, Neil Bevis, Joao Magueijo
Testing MOND/TEVES with LISA Pathfinder
ADS | arXiv

[546] 2010
Blanchet, Luc; Novak, Jerome
External field effect of modified Newtonian dynamics in the Solar system
ADS| arXiv

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Elliptical Galaxies

Dwarf Spheroidals

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Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics - Implications for galaxies
ADS

[40] 1992, ApJ, 397, 38
Gerhard, O.E.; Spergel, D.N.
Dwarf spheroidal galaxies and non-Newtonian gravity
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ADS

[42] 1998, AJ, 116, 2315
Mateo, M.; Olszewski, E.W.; Vogt, S.S.; Keane, M.J.
The Internal Kinematics of the Leo I Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy: Dark Matter at the Fringe of the Milky Way
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[43] 1998, ARA&A, 36, 435
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Dwarf Galaxies of the Local Group
ADS | arXiv

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Low-surface-density galaxies and the modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[3] 1995, ApJ, 455, 439
Milgrom, M.
MOND and the Seven Dwarfs
ADS | arXiv

[38] 1998, ApJ, 499, 66
Stacy S. McGaugh & W.J.G. (Erwin) de Blok
Testing the Hypothesis of Modified Dynamics with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies and Other Evidence
ADS | arXiv

[95] 1999, PASP, 111, 306
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The Systemic Velocity and Internal Kinematics of the Dwarf Galaxy LGS 3: An Optical Foray beyond the Milky Way
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[117] 2000, ApJ, 540, 57
Muller, D., & Opher, R.
Orbits in a Neighboring Dwarf Galaxy According to MOND
ADS | arXiv

[119] 2000, ApJ, 541, 556
Brada, R., & Milgrom, M.
Dwarf satellite galaxies in the modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[143] 2001, MNRAS, 327, L21
Lokas, E.L.
Velocity dispersions of dwarf spheroidal galaxies: dark matter versus MOND
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[150] 2002, MNRAS, 333, 697
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Dark matter distribution in dwarf spheroidal galaxies
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[156] 2001, ApJL, submitted
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First Clear Signature of an Extended Dark Matter Halo in the Draco Dwarf Spheroidal
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[224] 2005, MNRAS, submitted
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[235] 2005, IAU 198
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A review on success and problem of MOND on globular cluster scale
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[387] 2008
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Garry W. Angus
ADS | arXiv

[428] 2009
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[457] 2009arXiv0907.3691
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Implications for dwarf spheroidal mass content from interloper removal
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McGaugh, Stacy S.; Wolf, Joe
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[516] 2010MNRAS.tmp..945
Sanchez-Salcedo, F. J.; Lora, V.
The survival of dynamical fossils in dwarf spheroidal galaxies in conventional and modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

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Giant Elliptical Galaxies

[21] 1983, ApJ, 270, 371
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics - Implications for galaxies
ADS

[18] 1984, ApJ, 287, 571
Milgrom, M.
Isothermal spheres in the modified dynamics
ADS

[63] 1987, ApJ, 312, 17
Hernquist, L. & Quinn, P.J.
Shell galaxies and alternatives to the dark matter hypothesis
ADS

[13] 1988, ApJ, 332, 86
Milgrom, M.
What shells around NGC 3923 tell us about the modified dynamics
ADS

[72] 1987, IAUS 127, 469
Dupraz, C., Combes, F., & Prieur, J.L.
Shells Around Tumbling Bars - the Mass Distribution Around NGC 3923
ADS

[75] 1987, MNRAS, 227, 677
Yoshii, Y., & Saio, H.
On the velocity fields in elliptical galaxies with dark matter
ADS

[77] 1994, ApJ, 427, 86
Buote, D.A., & Canizares, C.R.
Geometrical evidence for dark matter: X-ray constraints on the mass of the elliptical galaxy NGC 720
ADS

[102] 2000, MNRAS, 313, 767
Sanders, R.H.
The fundamental plane of elliptical galaxies with modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[129] 2001, AJ, in press
Gerhard, O., Kronawitter, A., Saglia, R.P., & Bender, R.
Dynamical family properties and dark halo scaling relations of giant elliptical galaxies
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[165] 2002, ApJ, 577, 183
Buote, D.A., Jeltema, T.E., Canizares, C.R., & Garmire, G.P.
Chandra Evidence of a Flattened, Triaxial Dark Matter Halo in the Elliptical Galaxy NGC 720
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[170] 2003, in "Structure Evolution and Cosmology"
Scarpa, R.
MOND and the fundamental plane of elliptical galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[181] 2003, ApJ, 599, L25
Milgrom, M. & Sanders, R.H.
MOND and the "Dearth of Dark Matter in Ordinary Elliptical Galaxies"
ADS | arXiv

[280] 2006
Y. Schuberth, T. Richtler, B. Dirsch, M. Hilker, S. S. Larsen, M. Kissler-Patig, U. Mebold
Dynamics of the NGC 4636 Globular Cluster System - An extremely dark matter dominated galaxy?
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[303] 2007, ApJ, in press
C. Nipoti, P. Londrillo, L. Ciotti
Dissipationless collapses in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[348] 2007
Velocity dispersion around ellipticals in MOND
O. Tiret, F. Combes, G.W. Angus, B. Famaey, H.S. Zhao
ADS | arXiv

[351] 2008
The shape of the dark matter halo in the early-type galaxy NGC 2974
Weijmans, Anne-Marie; Krajnovic, Davor; van de Ven, Glenn; Oosterloo, Tom A.; Morganti, Raffaella; de Zeeuw, P. T.
ADS | arXiv

[353] 2007
The dark matter halo of NGC 1399 - CDM or MOND?
Richtler, T.; Schuberth, Y.; Hilker, M.; Dirsch, B.; Bassino, L.; Romanowsky, A. J
ADS | arXiv

[359] 2008
Forming Galaxies with MOND
Sanders, R.H.
ADS | arXiv

[374] 2008, MNRAS
MOND and the lensing fundamental plane: no need for dark matter on galaxy scales
R.H. Sanders, D.D. Land
ADS | arXiv

[402] A&A 488 (2008) 873-877
MOND vs. Newtonian dynamics in early-type galaxies. The case of NGC 4649 (M60)
S. Samurovic, M. M. Cirkovic
ADS | arXiv

[406] 2008
The total mass of the early-type galaxy NGC 4649 (M60)
S. Samurovic, M. M. Cirkovic
ADS | arXiv

[416] 2008
Necessity of Dark Matter in Modified Newtonian Dynamics within Galactic Scales? - Testing the Covariant MOND in Elliptical Lenses
M.C. Chiu, Y. Tian, C.M. Ko
ADS | arXiv

[436] 2009
N-body simulations for testing the stability of triaxial galaxies in MOND
Xufen Wu, HongSheng Zhao, Yougang Wang, Claudio Llinares, Alexander Knebe
ADS | arXiv

[448] 2009gcgg.book..453
Richtler, Tom; Ylva, Schuberth; Romanowsky, A.
The Dark Halo of NGC 1399 and MOND
ADS

[468] 2009POBeo..86..341
Samurovic, S.; Cirkovic, M. M.
MOND vs. Newtonian Dynamics in Early-Type Galaxies: The Case of NGC 4649 (M60)
ADS

[497] 2010A&A...514A..95
Samurovic, S.
Dynamical constant mass-to-light ratio models of NGC 5128
ADS

[517] 2010MNRAS.tmp..977
Sanders, R. H.
The universal Faber-Jackson relation
ADS | arXiv

[506] 2010AIPC.1240..359
Ferreras, Ignacio
The Dark Matter Content of Early-Type Galaxies
ADS

[547] 2010
Cardone, V. F.; Angus, G.; Diaferio, A.; Tortora, C.; Molinaro, R.
The MOND Fundamental Plane
ADS| arXiv

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Globular Clusters

[163] 2002, in New Horizons in Globular Cluster Astronomy
Scarpa, R., Marconi, G., & Gilmozzi, R.
A Test of Newton's Law of Gravity in the Weak Acceleration Regime
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[164] 2002, ApJ, in press
Cote, P., Djorgovski, S.G., Meylan G., Castro, S., McCarthy, J.K.
Palomar 13: An Unusual Stellar System in the Galactic Halo
| arXiv

[171] 2003, in New Horizons in Globular Cluster Astronomy
McLaughlin, D.E., & Meylan, G.
Velocity Dispersion in the Halo of omega Centauri: No need for MOND given the present data
| arXiv

[175] 2003, A&A, in press
Scarpa, R., Marconi, G., & Gilmozzi, R.
Using globular clusters to test gravity in the weak acceleration regime
| arXiv

[178] 2004, IAU 120
Scarpa, R., Marconi, G. & Gilmozzi, R.
Using Globular Clusters to Test Newton's Law of Gravity
ADS | arXiv

[208] 2004, in "Baryons in Dark Matter Halos"
Scarpa, R., Marconi, G., Gilmozzi, R.
Using globular clusters to test gravity in the weak acceleration regime: NGC 6171
| arXiv

[216] 2005, MNRAS
Baumgardt, H., Grebel, E.K., Kroupa, P.
Using distant globular clusters as a test for gravitational theories
ADS | arXiv

[224] 2005
Scarpa, R.
Testing MOND with Ultra-Compact Dwarf Galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[235] 2005, IAU 198
Zhao, H.
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ADS | arXiv

[273] 2006
Riccardo Scarpa, Gianni Marconi, Roberto Gilmozzi Riccardo
Globular Clusters as a Test for Gravity in the Weak Acceleration Regime
ADS | arXiv

[297] 2006, A&A Letters, in press
Scarpa, R., Marconi, G., Gilmozzi, R., Carraro, G.
Using globular clusters to test gravity in the weak acceleration regime: NGC 7099
| arXiv

[306] 2007, MNRAS
Famaey, B., Bruneton, J.-P., & Zhao, H.S.
Escaping from MOND
ADS | arXiv

[340] 2007, The Messenger, 128, 41
Using globular clusters to test gravity in the weak acceleration regime
Riccardo Scarpa, Gianni Marconi, Roberto Gilmozzi, Giovanni Carraro
| arXiv

[423] 2009, MNRAS
Testing fundamental physics with distant star clusters: theoretical models for pressure-supported stellar systems
Hosein Haghi, Holger Baumgardt, Pavel Kroupa, Eva K. Grebel, Michael Hilker, Katrin Jordi
ADS | arXiv

[428] 2009, MNRAS
Resolving the timing problem of the globular clusters orbiting the Fornax dwarf galaxy
Garry W. Angus, Antonaldo Diaferio
ADS | arXiv

[430] 2009, AJ
Testing Fundamental Physics with Distant Star Clusters: Analysis of Observational Data on Palomar 14
K. Jordi, E.K. Grebel, M. Hilker, H. Baumgardt, M. Frank, P. Kroupa, H. Haghi, P. C??t??, S.G. Djorgovski
ADS | arXiv

[439] 2009, MNRAS
The velocity dispersion and mass-to-light ratio of the remote halo globular cluster NGC 2419
H. Baumgardt, P. Cote, M. Hilker, M. Rejkuba, S. Mieske, S.G. Djorgovski, P. Stetson
ADS | arXiv

[455] 2009MNRAS.396..887
Angus, G. W.; Diaferio, A.
Resolving the timing problem of the globular clusters orbiting the Fornax dwarf galaxy
ADS | arXiv

[482] 2010A&A...509A..97
Gentile, G.; Famaey, B.; Angus, G.; Kroupa, P.
Current data on the globular cluster Palomar 14 are consistent with MOND
ADS | arXiv

[486] 2010MNRAS.401..131
Sollima, A.; Nipoti, C.
Globular clusters in modified Newtonian dynamics: velocity dispersion profiles from self-consistent models
ADS | arXiv

[537] 2010
Scarpa, R.; Marconi, G.; Carraro, G.; Falomo, R.; Villanova, S.
Testing Newtonian gravity with distant globular clusters: NGC1851 and NGC1904
ADS | arXiv

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Disk Galaxies

Phenomenology

[21] 1983, ApJ, 270, 371
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics - Implications for galaxies
ADS

[38] 1998, ApJ, 499, 66
S. McGaugh & W. de Blok
Testing the Hypothesis of Modified Dynamics with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies and Other Evidence
ADS | arXiv

[37] 1998, ApJ, 508, 132
W.J.G. de Blok & S.S. McGaugh
Testing Modified Newtonian Dynamics with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies: Rotation Curve Fits
ADS | arXiv

[16] 1986, ApJ, 306, 9
Milgrom, M.
Can the hidden mass be negative?
ADS

[48] 1999, ApJ, 512, L17
Rafael Brada and Mordehai Milgrom
The modified dynamics (MOND) predicts an absolute maximum to the acceleration produced by `dark halos'
ADS | arXiv

[29] 1994, MNRAS, 266, 360
Sanders, R.H., & Begeman, K.G.
Modified Dynamics (MOND) as a Dark Halo
ADS

[46] 1995, ApJ, 450, 70
Morishima, T., & Saio, H.
The Rotation Curves of the Polar Ring Galaxy NGC 4650A under Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS

[47] 1994, MNRAS, 267, 766
Morishima, T., & Saio, H.
Viscous Evolution of Self-gravitating Galactic Disks Under Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS

[100] 1996, MNRAS, 280, 337
McGaugh, S.S.
The Number, Luminosity, and Mass Density of Spiral Galaxies as a Function of Surface Brightness
ADS | arXiv

[110] 2000, ApJ, 534, 146
van den Bosch, F.C., & Dalcanton, J.J.
Semi-Analytical Models for the Formation of Disk Galaxies II. Dark Matter versus Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[123] 2001, Galaxy Disks and Disk Galaxies
van den Bosch, F.C., & Dalcanton, J.J.
Disk Galaxies as Cosmological Benchmarks: Cold Dark Matter versus Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[116] 2000, ApJ, 523, L99
McGaugh, S.S., Schombert, J.M., Bothun, G.D., & de Blok, W.J.G.
The Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation
ADS | arXiv |

[124] 2000, Gas & Galaxy Evolution
Sellwood, J.A., & Kosowsky, A.
Does Dark Matter Exist?
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[120] 2001, MNRAS, 326, 1261
Milgrom, M.
The shape of "dark matter" halos in disk galaxies according to the modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[130] 2001, in Galaxy Disks and Disk Galaxies
Gerhard, O.
Structure and Mass Distribution of the Milky Way Bulge and Disk
| arXiv

[131] 2001, in IDM 2000: Third International Workshop on the Identification of Dark Matter
Evans, N.W.
No Need for Dark Matter in Galaxies?
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[138] 2002, ApJ, 569, L19
Kaplinghat, M., & Turner, M.S.
How Cold Dark Matter Theory Explains Milgrom's Law
ADS | arXiv | Comments | Rebutted by Milgrom

[146] 2002, ApJ, 571, L81
Milgrom, M.
Does MOND follow from the CDM paradigm?
ADS | arXiv | Rebuts Kaplinghat & Turner

[145] 2001, in The Dynamics, Structure and History of Galaxies
Sellwood, J.A., & Kosowsky, A.
Distinguishing Dark Matter from Modified Gravity
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[149] 2002, General Relativity and Gravtitation, 34
Roscoe, D.F.
A proposed theoretical basis for a MOND cosmology: I. The inertial frame
ADS | arXiv

[152] 2001
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Generalizing the MOND description of rotation curves
ADS | arXiv

[158] New Astron.Rev. 46 (2002) 755
Combes, F.
Properties of Dark Matter Haloes
ADS | arXiv

[174] Astrophys.J.598, 260 (2003)
Prada, F. et al.
Observing the dark matter density profile of isolated galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[195] Astrophys.J. 604 (2004) L37
Dunkel, J.
On the relationship between MOND and DM
ADS | arXiv

[199] Astrophys.J. 609 (2004) 652
McGaugh, S.S.
The Mass Discrepancy-Acceleration Relation: Disk Mass and the Dark Matter Distribution
ADS | arXiv

[204] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 357,45 (2005)
Milgrom, M., & Sanders, R.H.
MOND predictions of `halo' phenomenology in disc galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[205] 2004
Balakin, A., Sussman, R.A., Zimdahl, W.
The Maxwell--Boltzmann gas with non-standard self--interactions: a novel approach to galactic dark matter
ADS | arXiv

[206] 2004
Kiselev, V.V.
Ghost condensate model of flat rotation curves
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[207] 2004
Kiselev, V.V.
Vector field and rotational curves in dark galactic halos | arXiv

[217] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 361 (2005) 971
Moore, B., & Read, J.I.
Tidal streams in a MOND potential: constraints from Sagittarius
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[223] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc.363:603-608,2005
Famaey, B., Binney, J.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics in the Milky Way
ADS | arXiv

[225] 2005, ApJ, ApJ, 632, 859
McGaugh, S.S.
The Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation of Galaxies with Extended Rotation Curves and the Stellar Mass of Rotating Galaxies
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[231] 2005
Merrifield, M.
Galaxy Structure and Dark Matter
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[256] Astrophys.J. 652 (2006) 354
Haghi, H., Rahvar, S., & Hasani-Zonoozi, A.
The Magellanic Stream in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[266] 2006
McGaugh, S.S.
Observational Constraints on the Acceleration Discrepancy Problem
ADS | arXiv

[274] 2005
W. Stubbs, Arti Garg
Testing the Self-Consistency of MOND With Three-Dimensional Galaxy Kinematics
ADS | arXiv

[277] 2006, in Mass Profiles and Shapes of Cosmological Structures
McGaugh, S.S.
Some Systematic Properties of Rotation Curves
ADS | arXiv

[266] 2006
McGaugh, S.S.
Observational Constraints on the Acceleration Discrepancy Problem
ADS | arXiv

[288] 2007, Classical and Quantum Gravity
Blanchet, L.
Dipolar Particles in General Relativity
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[291] 2006
Roscoe, D.
Alternatives to dark matter: MOND+Mach
ADS

[294]Phys.Rev.D75:063002,2007
Famaey, B., Gentile, G., Bruneton, J.-P. & Zhao, H.-S.
Insight into the baryon-gravity relation in galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[318] 2007
Milgrom, M.
MOND and the mass discrepancies in tidal dwarf galaxies
ADS | arXiv

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[330] 2007
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Loss of mass and stability of galaxies in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[336] 2008ApJ...678..131
Milgrom, M., & Sanders, R.H.
Rings and shells of "dark matter" as MOND artifacts
ADS | arXiv

[341] 2009AdAst2009E...5
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Modified Newtonian Dynamics: A Falsification of Cold Dark Matter
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[373] 2009, Nature, 461, 627
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[384] Astrophys.J.683:137,2008
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[385] 2008
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[389] 2008
Model of Dark Matter and Dark Energy Based on Gravitational Polarization
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ADS | arXiv

[391] 2008
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Gentile, G.
ADS | arXiv

[392] 2008
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ADS | arXiv

[399] 2008
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R.H. Sanders
ADS | arXiv

[401] Phys.Rev.D78:035015,2008
The Dark Matter Constraints on the Left-Right Symmetric Model with Z_2 Symmetry
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[404] 2008
The Redshift Evolution of the Tully-Fisher Relation as a Test of Modified Gravity
Christopher Limbach, Dimitrios Psaltis, Feryal Ozel
ADS | arXiv

[410] 2009
Reconciling MOND and dark matter?
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[415] 2008
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HongSheng Zhao
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[417] 2008
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Luc Blanchet, Alexandre Le Tiec
ADS | arXiv

[418] 2009
MOND orbits in the Oort cloud
Lorenzo Iorio
ADS | arXiv

[438] 2009
Understanding local dwarf spheroidals and their scaling relations under MOdified Newtonian Dynamics
X. Hernandez, S. Mendoza, T. Suarez, T. Bernal
ADS | arXiv

[440] 2009
Galactic kinematics with modified Newtonian dynamics
O. Bienayme, B. Famaey, X. Wu, H.S. Zhao, D. Aubertt
ADS | arXiv

[441] 2009
The structure of spiral galaxies: radial profiles in stellar Mass-to-Light ratio and the Dark Matter distribution
Laura Portinari, Paolo Salucci
ADS | arXiv

[446] 2010, proceedings of DARK 2009
Non-standard baryon-dark matter interactions
Benoit Famaey, Jean-Philippe Bruneton
ADS | arXiv

[451] 2009A&A...496..659
Tiret, O.; Combes, F.
MOND and the dark baryons
ADS | arXiv

[460] 2009AN....330..857
Iorio, Lorenzo
Galactic Sun's motion in the cold dark matter, MOdified Newtonian Dynamics and modified gravity scenarios
ADS | arXiv

[464] 2009MNRAS.398.1023
Milgrom, Mordehai
The central surface density of `dark haloes' predicted by MOND
ADS | arXiv

[471] 2009arXiv0910.5204
Blanchet, Luc; Combes, Francoise
MOND with or without dark matter
ADS | arXiv

[477] 2009sf2a.conf...49
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Testing gravity in the Milky Way with Gaia
ADS

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Mendoza, S.; Hernandez, X.; Hidalgo, J. C.; Bernal, T.
A non--relativistic approach to extended Newtonian gravity: tests and predictions across astrophysical scales
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[541] 2010
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Stellar population synthesis, a discriminant between gravity models
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[543] 2010, ApJ, 720, 11
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Outer Galactic Disks and a Quantitative Test of Gravity at Low Accelerations
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[548] 2010
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A new law emerging from the recurrences of the `critical-acceleration' of MOND, suggesting a clue to unification of fundamental forces
ADS

[549] 2010
Ostvang, Dag
Dark Matter Explanation from Quasi-Metric Gravity
ADS| arXiv

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Rotation Curves

[61] 1987, AJ, 93, 816
Kent, Stephen M.
Dark matter in spiral galaxies. II - Galaxies with H I rotation curves
ADS

[12] 1988, ApJ, 333, 689
Milgrom, M.
On the use of galaxy rotation curves to test the modified dynamics
ADS

[30] 1991, MNRAS, 249, 523
Begeman, K. G., Broeils, A. H., & Sanders, R. H.
Extended rotation curves of spiral galaxies - Dark haloes and modified dynamics
ADS

[62] 1989, ApJ, 345, L17
Lake, George
Testing modifications of gravity
ADS

[7] 1991, ApJ, 367, 490
Milgrom, M.
Criticism of Lake's analysis of the rotation curves of dwarf spirals
ADS

[26] 1996, ApJ, 473, 117
Sanders, R. H.
The Published Extended Rotation Curves of Spiral Galaxies: Confrontation with Modified Dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[23] 1998, ApJ, 503, 97
Sanders, R. H.; Verheijen, M. A. W.
Rotation Curves of Ursa Major Galaxies in the Context of Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[37] 1998, ApJ, 508, 132
W.J.G. de Blok & S.S. McGaugh
Testing Modified Newtonian Dynamics with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies: Rotation Curve Fits
ADS | arXiv

[11] 1988, ApJ, 334, 130
Milgrom, M. & Braun, Erez
The rotation curve of DDO 154 - A particularly acute test of the modified dynamics
ADS

[46] 1995, ApJ, 450, 70
Morishima, T., & Saio, H.
The Rotation Curves of the Polar Ring Galaxy NGC 4650A under Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS

[60] 1998, A&A, 339, 409
Moriondo, G., Giovanardi, C., & Hunt, L.K.
Near-infrared surface photometry of early-type spiral galaxies. II. M/L ratios and dark halos
ADS | arXiv

[73] 1992, A&A, 256, 19
Broeils, A. H.
The mass distribution of the dwarf spiral NGC 1560
ADS

[121] 2001
Blais-Ouellette, S., Amram, P., & Carignan, C.
Accurate Determination of the Mass Distribution in Spiral Galaxies: II. Testing the Shape of Dark Halos
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[248] 2002, A&A, 393, 453
Bottema, R., Pesta{\~n}a, J.~L.~G., Rothberg, B., \& Sanders, R.~H.
MOND rotation curves for spiral galaxies with Cepheid-based distances
ADS | arXiv

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The cored distribution of dark matter in spiral galaxies
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[199] Astrophys.J. 609 (2004) 652
McGaugh, S.S.
The Mass Discrepancy-Acceleration Relation: Disk Mass and the Dark Matter Distribution
ADS | arXiv

[226] 2005 ApJ 634 L145
Gentile, G., Burkert, A., Salucci, P., Klein, U., & Walter, F.
The dwarf galaxy DDO 47 as a dark matter laboratory: testing cusps hiding in triaxial halos and the MOND paradigm
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[293] 2007
Corbelli, E., & Salucci, P.
Testing MOND with Local Group spiral galaxies
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[295] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc.375:199
Gentile, G., Salucci, P., Klein, U., Granato, G. L.
NGC 3741: dark halo profile from the most extended rotation curve
ADS | arXiv

[296] 2007, ApJ, 658, L17
Milgrom, M., & Sanders, R.H.
MOND rotation curves of very low mass spiral galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[302] Astron.J.133:1698 (2007)
Eric I. Barnes, Arthur Kosowsky, Jerry A. Sellwood
Milgrom Relation Models for Spiral Galaxies from Two-Dimensional Velocity Maps
ADS | arXiv

[322] 2007
Sanders, R.H., & Noordermeer, E.
Confrontation of MOND with the rotation curves of early-type disc galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[384] Astrophys.J.683:137,2008
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[431] 2008, Rev. Bras. Ensino F??s. vol.30 no.3
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Corbelli, E.; Lorenzoni, S.; Walterbos, R.; Braun, R.; Thilker, D.
A wide-field H I mosaic of Messier 31. II. The disk warp, rotation, and the dark matter halo
ADS | arXiv

[515] 2010MNRAS.tmp..854
Gentile, G.; Baes, M.; Famaey, B.; van Acoleyen, K.
Mass models from high-resolution HI data of the dwarf galaxy NGC 1560
ADS | arXiv

[395] 2010ApJ...718..380
Swaters, R. A.; Sanders, R. H.; McGaugh, S. S.
Testing Modified Newtonian Dynamics with Rotation Curves of Dwarf and Low Surface Brightness Galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[550] 2010
Gentile, G.; Famaey, B.; de Blok, W. J. G.
THINGS about MOND
ADS| arXiv

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Low surface brightness, dwarf, and irregular galaxies

[38] 1998, ApJ, 499, 66
S. McGaugh & W. de Blok
Testing the Hypothesis of Modified Dynamics with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies and Other Evidence
ADS | arXiv

[37] 1998, ApJ, 508, 132
W.J.G. de Blok & S.S. McGaugh
Testing Modified Newtonian Dynamics with Low Surface Brightness Galaxies: Rotation Curve Fits
ADS | arXiv

[11] 1988, ApJ, 334, 130
Milgrom, M. & Braun, Erez
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ADS

[73] 1992, A&A, 256, 19
Broeils, A. H.
The mass distribution of the dwarf spiral NGC 1560
ADS

[64] 1993, AJ, 106, 507
Lo, K.Y., Sargent, W.L.W., & Young, K.
The H I structure of nine intrinsically faint dwarf galaxies
ADS

[5] 1994, ApJ, 429, 540
Milgrom, M.
Modified dynamics predictions agree with observations of the HI kinematics in faint dwarf galaxies contrary to the conclusions of Lo, Sargent, and Young
ADS | arXiv

[93]Galaxy Dynamics Conference, eds. D. Merritt, J. Sellwood, & M. Valluri (1998)
Stacy S. McGaugh
How galaxies don't form
ADS | arXiv

[104] 1999, Galaxy Dynamics: from the Early Universe to the Present, eds. F. Combes, G. A. Mamon, and V. Charmandaris
McGaugh, S.S.
Dynamical constraints on theories of disk galaxy formation
ADS | arXiv

[105] 1999, Galaxy Dynamics: from the Early Universe to the Present, eds. F. Combes, G. A. Mamon, and V. Charmandaris
Dalcanton, J., & Bernstein, R.
Galaxy Dynamics from Edge-On Late-type Galaxies
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[116] 2000, ApJ, 523, L99
McGaugh, S.S., Schombert, J.M., Bothun, G.D., & de Blok, W.J.G.
The Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation
ADS | arXiv

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Kinematics of the faintest gas rich galaxy in the Local Group: DDO210
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McGaugh, S.S.
The Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation of Galaxies with Extended Rotation Curves and the Stellar Mass of Rotating Galaxies
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[296] 2007, ApJ, 658, L17
Milgrom, M., & Sanders, R.H.
MOND rotation curves of very low mass spiral galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[318] 2007
Milgrom, M.
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ADS | arXiv

[329] Astron.Astrophys. 472 (2007) L25
G. Gentile, B. Famaey, F. Combes, P. Kroupa, H. S. Zhao, O. Tiret
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ADS | arXiv

[504] 2010A&A...516A..11
Lelli, F.; Fraternali, F.; Sancisi, R.
Structure and dynamics of giant low surface brightness galaxies
ADS | arXiv

[515] 2010MNRAS.tmp..854
Gentile, G.; Baes, M.; Famaey, B.; van Acoleyen, K.
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ADS | arXiv

[395] 2010ApJ...718..380
Swaters, R. A.; Sanders, R. H.; McGaugh, S. S.
Testing Modified Newtonian Dynamics with Rotation Curves of Dwarf and Low Surface Brightness Galaxies
ADS | arXiv

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Disk Stability

[8] 1989, ApJ, 338, 121
Milgrom, M.
On stability of galactic disks in the modified dynamics and the distribution of their mean surface brightness
ADS

[44] 1991, ApJ, 372, 471
Christodoulou, D.M.
The stability of cold, flattened, self-gravitating disks obeying other than Newtonian force laws
ADS

[45] 1995, Ap&SS, 226, 51
Griv, E.; Zhytnikov, V. V.
Simulations of Stellar Disks in Galaxies with Non-Newtonian Interactions
ADS

[49] 1999, ApJ, 519, 590
Rafael Brada & Mordehai Milgrom
Stability of disk galaxies in the modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[55] The Bonn/Bochum conference on the Magelanic Clouds and Dwarf Galaxies
F.J. Sanchez-Salcedo and A.M. Hidalgo-Gomez
Does the low-mass galaxy IC 2574 obey MOND?
ADS |

[96] 1996, Ph.D. thesis, Weizmann Institute of Science
Rafi Brada
Problems in galactic dynamics using the modified dynamics (MOND)
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[101] 1999, A&A, 345, 36
Sanchez-Salcedo, F.-J. & Hidalgo-Gamez, A.M.
Visiting non-Newtonian MOND gravity in low-mass galaxies
ADS | Comments

[166] 2002, in: The Evolution of Galaxies. III-From simple Approaches to Self-Consistent Models, G. Hensler, G. Stasinska, S. Harfst, P. Kroupa, Chr. Theis (eds.) Kluwer
Fuchs, B.
Massive Disks in Low Surface Brightness Galaxies
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Sanchez-Salcedo, F.J., Reyes-Iturbide, J., Hernandez, X.
An extensive study of dynamical friction in dwarf galaxies: the role of stars, dark matter, halo profiles and MOND
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[249] 2006, ApJ, 640, 741
Ciotti, L., Londrillo, P., & Nipoti, C.
Axisymmetric and Triaxial MOND Density-Potential Pairs
ADS|arXiv

[301] 2007, A&A, 464, 517
O. Tiret, F. Combes
Evolution of spiral galaxies in modified gravity
ADS | arXiv

[316] 2007
Carlo Nipoti, Pasquale Londrillo, Luca Ciotti
Galaxy merging in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[327] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc.379:597,2007
Nipoti, C., Londrillo, P., Zhao, H.-S., Ciotti, L.
Vertical dynamics of disk galaxies in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[329] Astron.Astrophys. 472 (2007) L25
G. Gentile, B. Famaey, F. Combes, P. Kroupa, H. S. Zhao, O. Tiret
Tidal dwarf galaxies as a test of fundamental physics
ADS | arXiv

[344] 2007
Bar formation and galaxy interactions in MOND
O. Tiret, F. Combes
ADS | arXiv

[355] 2007
The thickness of HI in galactic discs under MOND: theory and application to the Galaxy
F.J. Sanchez-Salcedo, K. Saha, C. A. Narayan
ADS | arXiv

[382] A&A 483, 719 (2008)
Evolution of spiral galaxies in modified gravity: II- Gas dynamics
O. Tiret, F. Combes
ADS | arXiv

[543] 2010, ApJ, 720, 11
Dennis Zaritsky, Dimitrios Psaltis
Outer Galactic Disks and a Quantitative Test of Gravity at Low Accelerations
ADS | arXiv | Comments

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Warps

[113] 2000, ApJ, 531, L21
Brada, R., & Milgrom, M.
The modified dynamics is conducive to galactic warp formation
ADS | arXiv

[96] 1996, Ph.D. thesis, Weizmann Institute of Science
Rafi Brada
Problems in galactic dynamics using the modified dynamics (MOND)
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[82] 1988, AJ, 96, 1307
Christodoulou, D.M., Tohline, J.E., & Steiman-Cameron, T.Y.
Tilted-ring models of the prolate spiral galaxies NGC 5033 and 5055
ADS

[83] 1986, ApJ, 307, 449
Christodoulou, D.M., & Tohline, J.E.
What warped disks can tell us about galaxy halos and gravity
ADS

[256] 2006, ApJ, submitted
Haghi, H., Rahvar, S., & Hasani-Zonooz, A.
Magellanic Stream in MOND
A&A 483, 719-726 (2008) arXiv

[272] Astrophys.J.641:L33,2006
Weinberg, M.D., & Blitz, L.
A Magellanic Origin for the Warp of the Galaxy
ADS | arXiv

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Galaxy Systems

Binaries and Groups

[1] 1998, ApJ, 496, L89
Milgrom, M.
Galaxy Groups and Modified Dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[20] 1983, ApJ, 270, 384
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics - Implications for galaxy systems
ADS

[39] 1996, A&A, 313, 347
Soares, D.S.L.
Binary galaxies and alternative physics. I. A qualitative application of MOND and Mannheim-Kazanas gravity.
ADS | arXiv

[119] 2000, ApJ, 541, 556
Brada, R., & Milgrom, M.
Dwarf satellite galaxies in the modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[153] 2002
Milgrom, M.
MOND mass-to-light ratios for galaxy groups
ADS | arXiv

[331] 2009
A. Klypin, F. Prada
Testing gravity with motion of satellites around galaxies: Newtonian gravity against Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[333] 2008
Angus, G.W., Famaey, B., & Buote, D.A.
X-ray Group and cluster mass profiles in MOND: Unexplained mass on the group scale
ADS | arXiv

[334] 2008
Angus, G., Famaey, B., Tiret, O., Combes, F., & Zhao, H.-S.
The velocity distribution of SDSS satellites in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[344] 2007
Bar formation and galaxy interactions in MOND
O. Tiret, F. Combes
ADS | arXiv

[356] 2007
Interacting Galaxies with MOND
O. Tiret, F. Combes
ADS | arXiv

[376] 2008, MNRAS
Milky Way potentials in CDM and MOND. Is the Large Magellanic Cloud on a bound orbit?
Xufen Wu, Benoit Famaey, Gianfranco Gentile, Hagai Perets, HongSheng Zhao
ADS | arXiv

[425] 2009
Testing of MOND with Local Group Timing
Shi, Y.-C.
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[437] 2010
Galactic orbital motions in the Dark Matter, MOdified Newtonian Dynamics and MOdified Gravity scenarios
Lorenzo Iorio
ADS | arXiv

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Clusters

[20] 1983, ApJ, 270, 384
Milgrom, M.
A modification of the Newtonian dynamics - Implications for galaxy systems
ADS

[28] 1994, A&A, 284, L31
Sanders, R. H.
A Faber-Jackson relation for clusters of galaxies: Implications for modified dynamics
ADS

[54] 1999, ApJ, 512, L23
R.H. Sanders
Resolving the virial discrepancy in clusters of galaxies with modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[58] 1988, AJ, 95, 1642
The, L.H., & White, S.D.M.
Modified Newtonian dynamics and the Coma cluster
ADS

[56] 1992, A&A, 262, 395
Gerbal, D.; Durret, F.; Lachieze-Rey, M.; Lima-Neto, G.
Analysis of X-ray galaxy clusters in the framework of modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS

[6] 1993, A&A, 273, L5
Milgrom, M.
Criticism of Gerbal Analysis of X-ray Clusters in the Light of Modified Dynamics
ADS

[57] 1993, A&A, 273, L9
Gerbal, D.; Durret, F.; Lachieze-Rey, M.; Lima-Neto, G.
Answer to Milgrom's criticisms
ADS

[135] 2001, ApJ, 561, 550
Aguirre, A., Schaye, J., Quataert, E.
Problems for MOND in Clusters and the Ly-alpha Forest
ADS| arXiv

[167] 2003, MNRAS, 342, 901
Sanders, R.H.
Clusters of galaxies with modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[190] 2004, ApJ, 604, 596
Clowe, D., Gonzalez, A., & Markevitch, M.
Weak lensing mass reconstruction of the interacting cluster 1E0657-558: Direct evidence for the existence of dark matter
ADS | arXiv | Comments

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Nusser, A., & Pointecouteau, E.
Modeling the formation of galaxy clusters in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[222] 2005, MNRAS, 364, 654
Pointecouteau, E., & Silk, J.
New constraints on MOND from galaxy clusters
ADS | arXiv

[255] 2006, MNRAS, 371, 138
Angus, G.W., Famaey, B., & Zhao, H.S.
Can MOND take a bullet? Analytical comparisons of three versions of MOND beyond spherical symmetry
ADS | arXiv

[259] 2006
Pointecouteau, E.
The mass missing problem in clusters: dark matter or modified dynamics?
ADS | arXiv

[289] 2006, ApJ, 648, L109
Clowe, D., Bradac, M., Gonzalez, A.H., Markevitch, M., Randall, S.W., Jones, C., & Zaritsky, D.
A direct empirical proof of the existence of dark matter
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[290] 2007, ApJ, 654, L13
Angus, G.W., Shan, H.-Y., Zhao, H.-S., & Famaey, B.
On the Proof of Dark Matter, the Law of Gravity, and the Mass of Neutrinos
ADS | arXiv

[292] 2006
Farrar, G.R., & Rosen, R.A.
A New Force in the Dark Sector?
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[304] 2007
R. Takahashi, T. Chiba
Weak Lensing of Galaxy Clusters in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[323] 2007, MNRAS 380, 331
Sanders, R.H.
Neutrinos as cluster dark matter
ADS | arXiv

[325] 2007, Phys. Rev. D, submitted
Zhao, H.-Z.
Timing and Lensing of the Colliding Bullet Clusters: barely enough time and gravity to accelerate the bullet
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[326] 2008, MNRAS
Angus, G.W., & McGaugh, S.S.
The collision velocity of the bullet cluster in conventional and modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[328] 2008
The wedding ring of MOND and non-exotic dark matter
B. Famaey, G.W. Angus, G. Gentile, H.S. Zhao
ADS | arXiv

[330] 2007
Xufen Wu, HongSheng Zhao, Benoit Famaey, G. Gentile, O. Tiret, F. Combes, G.W. Angus, A.C. Robin
Loss of mass and stability of galaxies in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[333] 2008
Angus, G.W., Famaey, B., & Buote, D.A.
X-ray Group and cluster mass profiles in MOND: Unexplained mass on the group scale
ADS | arXiv

[353] 2008
The dark matter halo of NGC 1399 - CDM or MOND?
Richtler, T.; Schuberth, Y.; Hilker, M.; Dirsch, B.; Bassino, L.; Romanowsky, A. J
ADS | arXiv

[357] 2008
Neutrinos as galactic dark matter in the Ursa Major galaxy group?
Gentile, G.; Zhao, H. S.; Famaey, B.
ADS | arXiv

[360] 2008, New Astron. Rev.
Marriage a-la-MOND: Baryonic dark matter in galaxy clusters and the cooling flow puzzle
Milgrom, M.
ADS | arXiv

[375] 2008, A&A, 480, 313
Asymmetric Gravitational Lenses in TeVeS and Application to the Bullet Cluster
M. Feix, C. Fedeli, M. Bartelmann
ADS | arXiv

[393] 2009
Is an 11eV sterile neutrino consistent with clusters, the cosmic microwave background and modified Newtonian dynamics?
Garry W. Angus
ADS | arXiv

[426] 2009, New Astronomy, 14, 503
MOND and neutrinos: the dark matter density-temperature diagram for X-ray clusters
Peres, C.B., & Dottori, H.A.
ADS

[444] 2009
MOND virial theorem applied to a galaxy cluster
J.C. Fabris, H.E.S. Velten
ADS | arXiv

[459] 2009NewA...14..503
Peres, Clovis B.; Dottori, Horacio A.
MOND and neutrinos: The dark matter density-temperature diagram for X-ray clusters
ADS

[463] 2009BrJPh..39..592
Fabris, J. C.; Velten, H. E. S.
MOND virial theorem applied to a galaxy cluster
ADS | arXiv

[488] 2010NewA...15..159
Blaksley, Carl; Bonamente, Massimiliano
Dark matter and modified Newtonian dynamics in a sample of high-redshift galaxy clusters observed with Chandra
ADS | arXiv

[491] 2010MNRAS.402..395
Angus, G. W.; Famaey, B.; Diaferio, A.
Equilibrium configurations of 11 eV sterile neutrinos in MONDian galaxy clusters
ADS | arXiv

[513] 2010JCAP...06..010
Wu, Xufen; Zhao, HongSheng; Famaey, Benoit
Lopsidedness of cluster galaxies in modified gravity
ADS | arXiv

[177] 2009ApJ...703.2285
Knebe, Alexander; Llinares, Claudio; Wu, Xufen; Zhao, Hong Sheng
On the Separation Between Baryonic and Dark Matter: Evidence for Phantom Dark Matter?
ADS | arXiv

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Large Scale Structure

[2] 1997, ApJ, 478, 7
Milgrom, M.
Large-Scale Filaments: Newtonian versus Modified Dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[24] 1998, MNRAS, 296, 1009
Sanders, R. H.
Cosmology with modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND)
ADS | arXiv

[94]'98 October conference, After the Dark Ages, eds. Smith & Holt astro-ph/9812328
Stacy S. McGaugh
MOND in the Early Universe
ADS | arXiv

[128] 2001, ApJ, 560, 1
Sanders, R.H.
The formation of cosmic structure with modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[144] 2002, MNRAS, 331, 909
Nusser, A.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics of Large Scale Structure
ADS | arXiv

[161] 2002, Acta physica Polonica B32, 362
Stachniewicz, S., & Kutschera, M.
The first compact objects in the MOND model
ADS | arXiv

[180] 2004, MNRAS, 347, 1055
Knebe, A., & Gibson, B.K.
Galactic Halos in MONDian Cosmological Simulations
ADS | arXiv

[214] 2005, MNRAS, 362, 89
Stachniewicz, S., & Kutschera, M.
The end of the Dark Ages in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[219] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 366 (2006) 969
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[221] Phys.Rev.Lett.96:011301,2006
Skordis, C., Mota, D. F., Ferreira, P. G., & Boehm, C.
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Alexander Knebe
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[286] 2006, Phys. Rev. Lett., 97, 231301
Dodelson, S., & Liguori, M.
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[287] 2006
Tang, J.-Y., Weller, J., & Zablocki, A.
Probing Modified Gravity by Combining Supernovae and Galaxy Cluster Surveys
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[337] 2007, Phys. Rev. D 76, 083518
Fabian Schmidt, Michele Liguori, Scott Dodelson
Galaxy-CMB Cross-Correlation as a Probe of Alternative Models of Gravity
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[350] 2007
Structure Formation in Alternative Gravity with a Vector Field: I. Equations for F(K) gravity with a K4 term
Halle, Anaelle; Zhao, HongSheng
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[359] 2008
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Sanders, R.H.
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On the growth of structure in theories with a dynamical preferred frame
T.G Zlosnik, P.G. Ferreira, G.D. Starkman
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[403] 2008, MNRAS
Cosmological Structure Formation under MOND: a new numerical solver for Poisson's equation
Claudio Llinares, Alexander Knebe, HongSheng Zhao
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[408] 2008
Spherical Collapse in Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND)
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[424] 2009, ApJL
Physics of galactic colliders: high speed satellites in LCDM vs MONDian cosmology
Claudio Llinares, HongSheng Zhao, Alexander Knebe
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[511] 2010arXiv1006.3809
Milgrom, Mordehai
Cosmological fluctuation growth in bimetric MOND
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Cosmology

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Felten, J. E.
Milgrom's revision of Newton's laws - Dynamical and cosmological consequences
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[10] 1989, Comments on Astrophysics, 13:4, 215
Milgrom, M.
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[24] 1998, MNRAS, 296, 1009
Sanders, R. H.
Cosmology with modified Newtonian dynamics (MOND)
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[53] 1994, Ann. Phys. 229, 384-415
Mordehai Milgrom
Dynamics with a non-standard inertia-acceleration relation: an alternative to dark matter
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[50] Proceedings of the DARK98 meeting in Heidelberg July 1998
Mordehai Milgrom
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[103] 1999, ApJ, 523, L99
McGaugh, S.S.
Distinguishing Between CDM and MOND: Predictions for the Microwave Background
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[125] 2000, ApJ, 541, L33
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BOOMERanG Data Suggest a Purely Baryonic Universe
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[128] 2001, ApJ, 560, 1
Sanders, R.H.
The formation of cosmic structure with modified Newtonian dynamics
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[106] Clustering at High Redshift, 1999, eds. A. Mazure and O. Le Fevre
Peebles, P.J.E.
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[68] 1994, Ap&SS, 219, 135
Sivaram, C.
Mond, dark matter and the cosmological constant
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[69] 1994, Ap&SS, 215, 185
Sivaram, C.
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[32] 1989, MNRAS, 241, 135
Sanders, R. H.
Cosmological implications of phase coupling gravity
ADS

[47] 1994, MNRAS, 267, 766
Morishima, T., & Saio, H.
Viscous Evolution of Self-gravitating Galactic Disks Under Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS

[71] 1983, N84-18132
Felten, J. E.
Milgrom's revision of cosmic dynamics: Amending Newton's laws or Keplers?
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[127] 2001, International Journal of Modern Physics A, in press
McGaugh, S.S.
Galaxy Dynamics and the Second Peak: Cold Dark Matter?
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[134] 2001
Scott, D., White, M., Cohn, J.D., & Pierpaoli, E.
Cosmological Difficulties with Modified Newtonian Dynamics (or: La Fin du MOND?)
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[144] 2002, MNRAS, 331, 909
Nusser, A.
Modified Newtonian Dynamics of Large Scale Structure
ADS | arXiv

[185] 2004
Lue, A., & Starkman, G.D.
Squeezing MOND into a Cosmological Scenario
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[200] 2004
McGaugh, S.S.
Confrontation of MOND Predictions with WMAP First Year Data
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[201] 2004, Phys. Rev. D70, 083509
Bekenstein, J.D.
Relativistic gravitation theory for the MOND paradigm
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[220] 2005
Hao, J.G., & Akhoury, R.
A Possible Late Time $\Lambda$CDM-like Background Cosmology in Relativistic MOND Theory
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[221] 2006, Phys. Rev. Lett.
Skordis, C., Mota, D. F., Ferreira, P. G., & Boehm, C.
Large scale structure in Bekenstein's theory of relativistic MOND
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[230] 2005
Maziashvili, M.
Dust-shell Universe in the modified gravity scenario
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[233] 2005
Slosar, A., Alessandro Melchiorri, A., & Silk, J.
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[263] 2006
Luz Maria Diaz-Rivera, Lado Samushia, Bharat Ratra
Inflation and accelerated expansion TeVeS cosmological solutions
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[276] 2006
Constantinos Skordis
TeVeS Cosmology: Covariant formalism for the background evolution and linear perturbation theory
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[286] 2006, Phys. Rev. Lett., 97, 231301
Dodelson, S., & Liguori, M.
Can Cosmic Structure form without Dark Matter?
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[337] 2007, Phys. Rev. D 76, 083518
Fabian Schmidt, Michele Liguori, Scott Dodelson
Galaxy-CMB Cross-Correlation as a Probe of Alternative Models of Gravity
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[345] 2007
Coincidences of Dark Energy with Dark Matter - Clues for a Simple Alternative?
HongSheng Zhao
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[346] 2007
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Halle, Anaelle
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[350] 2007
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Halle, Anaelle; Zhao, HongSheng
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[362] 2008
Generalizing TeVeS Cosmology
Skordis, S.
ADS | arXiv

[367] 2008
Do Newton's G and Milgrom's a_0 vary with cosmological epoch?
Jacob D. Bekenstein, Eva Sagi
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[380] 2007
Dark matter from Modified Friedmann Dynamics
M.Szydlowski, W. Godlowski, J.Golbiak
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[385] 2008
Dark Fluid: Towards a unification of empirical theories of galaxy rotation, Inflation and Dark Energy
HongSheng Zhao, Baojiu Li
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[393] 2009
Is an 11eV sterile neutrino consistent with clusters, the cosmic microwave background and modified Newtonian dynamics?
Angus, G.W.
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[404] 2008
The Redshift Evolution of the Tully-Fisher Relation as a Test of Modified Gravity
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[405] Phys.Rev.D78:044043,2008
Dark Matter, Modified Gravity and the Mass of the Neutrino
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[414] 2008
Mapping the galactic gravitational potential with peculiar acceleration
Claudia Quercellini, Luca Amendola, Amedeo Balbi
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[429] 2009
TOPICAL REVIEW: The tensor-vector-scalar theory and its cosmology
Constantinos Skordis
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[447] 2009EAS....36..127
Jetzer, P.; Sereno, M.
Limits on dark matter and cosmological constant from solar system dynamics
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[449] 2009IJMPD..18.1039
Hao, J. G.; Akhoury, R.
a Possible Late Time LCDM-LIKE Background Cosmology in Relativistic MOND Theory
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[466] 2009PhRvD..80f3515
Cardone, Vincenzo F.; Radicella, Ninfa
Can MONDian vector theories explain the cosmic speed up?
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[544] 2010, Phys. Rev. D, 81,103525
Clifton, Timothy; Zlosnik, Thomas G.
FRW cosmology in Milgrom's bimetric theory of gravity
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Gravitational Lensing

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[27] 1994, ApJ, 429, 480
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[25] 1997, ApJ, 480, 492
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A Stratified Framework for Scalar-Tensor Theories of Modified Dynamics
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[50] Proceedings of the DARK98 meeting in Heidelberg July 1998
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[107] 1999, PRL, 83, 3990
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[109] 1999, preprint
Bekenstein, J.D., Milgrom, M., & Sanders, R.H.
Comment on "The Bright Side of Dark Matter" by A. Edery
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[133] 2001, PASA, 18, 189
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[140] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc.327:552,2001
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Mortlock, D.J., & Turner, E.L.
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[159] New Astron.Rev. 46 (2002) 767
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ADS | arXiv

[176] 2004
Soussa, M.E. & Woodard, R.P.
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[184] Astrophys.J.606:67-77,2004
Henk Hoekstra, Howard K.C. Yee, Michael D. Gladders
Properties of galaxy dark matter halos from weak lensing
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[190] Astrophys.J.604:596,2004
Clowe, D., Gonzalez, A., & Markevitch, M.
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[201] 2004, Phys. Rev. D70, 083509
Bekenstein, J.D.
Relativistic gravitation theory for the MOND paradigm
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[227] 2006
Chiu, M.-C., Ko, C.-M., & Tian, Y.
Theoretical Aspects of Gravitational Lensing in TeVeS
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[236] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc.368:171,2006
Zhoa, H., Bacon, D.J., Taylor, A.N., & Horne, K.
Testing Bekenstein's Relativistic MOND gravity with Gravitational Lensing
ADS | arXiv

[255] 2006, MNRAS, 371, 138
Angus, G.W., Famaey, B., & Zhao, H.S.
Can MOND take a bullet? Analytical comparisons of three versions of MOND beyond spherical symmetry
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[257] Astrophys.J. 650 (2006) L9
Chen, D.-M., & Zhao, H.S.
Strong gravitational lens probability in TeVeS
| arXiv

[304] 2007
R. Takahashi, T. Chiba
Weak Lensing of Galaxy Clusters in MOND
ADS | arXiv

[308] 2006, Lecture notes for Sicily Gravitational Lensing School
HongSheng Zhao
An introduction to Gravitational Lensing in TeVeS gravity
ADS | arXiv

[343] 2008
Necessity of dark matter in MOND within galactic scales
Ferreras, Ignacio; Sakellariadou, Mairi; Furqaan Yusaf, Muhammad
ADS | arXiv

[347] Astrophys.J.682:711-720,2008
Is Gravitational Lensing by Intercluster Filaments Always Negligible?
Dong Xu, Martin Feix, HuanYuan Shan, Benoit Famaey, Marceau Limousin, HongSheng Zhao
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[358] 2008, JCAP
Strong lensing probability in TeVeS theory
Da-Ming Chen
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[527] 2006ApJ...650L...9C
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Chen, Da-Ming; Zhao, HongSheng
ADS | arXiv

[375] 2008, A&A, 480, 313
Asymmetric Gravitational Lenses in TeVeS and Application to the Bullet Cluster
M. Feix, C. Fedeli, M. Bartelmann
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[386] 2008
An analytic model for non-spherical lenses in covariant MOND
HuanYuan Shan, Martin Feix, Benoit Famaey, HongSheng Zhao
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[397] 2008
Gravitational Lenses in Generalized Einstein-Aether theory: the Bullet Cluster
De-Chang Dai, Reijiro Matsuo, Glenn Starkman
ADS | arXiv

[398] 2008
MOND plus classical neutrinos not enough for cluster lensing
Priyamvada Natarajan, Hongsheng Zhao
ADS | arXiv

[413] 2008, MNRAS
The relation between stellar mass and weak lensing signal around galaxies: Implications for MOND
Lanlan Tian, Henk Hoekstra, Hongsheng Zhao
ADS | arXiv

[416] 2008
Necessity of Dark Matter in Modified Newtonian Dynamics within Galactic Scales? - Testing the Covariant MOND in Elliptical Lenses
M.C. Chiu, Y. Tian, C.M. Ko
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[420] 2009
Can the relativistic field theory version of modified Newtonian dynamics avoid dark matter on galactic scales?
Nick E. Mavromatos, Mairi Sakellariadou, Muhammad Furqaan Yusaf
ADS | arXiv | Comments

[434] 2009PhRvD..80, 3506
Incompatibility of rotation curves with gravitational lensing for TeVeS theory
Ferreras, Ignacio; Mavromatos, Nick E.; Sakellariadou, Mairi; Yusaf, Muhammad Furqaan
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[422] Phys.Rev.D78:043002,2008
Weak Lensing Probes of Modified Gravity
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[535] 2010
Chiu, Mu-Chen; Ko, Chung-Ming; Tian, Yong; Zhao, HongSheng
Mass of Galactic Lenses in Modified Newtonian Dynamics
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[536] 2010
Feix, Martin; Zhao, HongSheng; Fedeli, Cosimo; Garrido Pestana, Jose Luis; Hoekstra, Henk
Substructure lensing in galaxy clusters as a constraint on low-mass sterile neutrinos in tensor-vector-scalar theory: The straight arc of Abell 2390
ADS | arXiv

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Miscellaneous

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Concerning the preferred surface density of giant molecular clouds in the Galaxy
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[14] 1988, A&A, 202, L9
Milgrom, M.
The structure of Lyman-Alpha systems
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[16] 1986, ApJ, 306, 9
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ADS

[29] 1994, MNRAS, 266, 360
Sanders, R.H. & Begeman, K.G.
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ADS

[120] 2001, MNRAS, 326, 1261
Milgrom, M.
The shape of "dark matter" halos in disk galaxies according to the modified dynamics
ADS | arXiv

[78] General Relativity and Gravitation 27, 4 (1995)
Harald H. Soleng
Dark Matter and Non-Newtonian Gravity from General Relativity Coupled to a Fluid of strings
ADS

[34] 1986, MNRAS, 223, 539
Sanders, R. H.
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ADS

[35] 1986, A&A, 154, 135
Sanders, R. H.
Finite length-scale anti-gravity and observations of mass discrepancies in galaxies
ADS

[36] 1984, A&A, 136, L21
Sanders, R. H.
Anti-gravity and galaxy rotation curves
ADS

[80] 1992, ApJ, 397, L71
Liboff, R.L.
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[111] 1996, in The Galactic Center, ASP, 102, 362
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[112] 1999, A&A, in press
Selman, F.J.
Mass Segregation in the Universe: Dark Matter or MOND?
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[142] Phys.Lett. B522 (2001) 1
Mendes, S.O., & Opher, R.
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[145] 2001, in The Dynamics, Structure and History of Galaxies
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[245] 2005
Cline, D.B.
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ADS | arXiv | Comments

[275] 2006, A&A, 450, 1005
Zhao, H.-S., & Tian, L.-L.
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[279] 2006
Luc Blanchet
Gravitational polarization and the phenomenology of MOND
ADS | arXiv

[306] Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc.377:L79,2007
Famaey, B., Bruneton, J.-P., & Zhao, H.S.
Escaping from MOND
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[307] 2007
F.J. Sanchez-Salcedo, X. Hernandez
Masses, Tidal Radii, and Escape Speeds in Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies under MOND and Dark Halos Compared
ADS | arXiv

[313] 2007
Burra G.Sidharth
The Dark Matter Puzzle And Other Issues
ADS | arXiv

[314] 2007
E. O. Kahya, R. P. Woodard
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[338] Phys.Rev. D75 (2007) 104016
Orfeu Bertolami, Christian G. Boehmer, Tiberiu Harko, Francisco S.N. Lobo
Extra force in f(R) modified theories of gravity
ADS | arXiv

[342] 2007
MOND, dark matter, and conservation of energy
Ahmad Shariati, Nosratollah Jafari
ADS | arXiv

[346] 2007
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Halle, Anaelle
ADS | arXiv

[361] 2008, GWDAW-12 2007
A Decisive test to confirm or rule out existence of dark matter using gravitational wave observations
E. O. Kahya
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[366] 2008, Review for Modern Physics Letters A
An Uneven Vacuum Energy Fluid as $\Lambda$, Dark Matter, MOND and Lens
HongSheng Zhao
ADS | arXiv

[367] 2008
Do Newton's G and Milgrom's a_0 vary with cosmological epoch?
Jacob D. Bekenstein, Eva Sagi
ADS | arXiv

[370] Phys. Rev. D77, 102001 (2008)
Newton's second law versus modified-inertia MOND: a test using the high-latitude effect
A. Yu. Ignatiev
ADS | arXiv

[372] 2008
A possible solution to the Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and Pioneer Anomaly problems via a VSL approach
Roee Amit
ADS | arXiv

[381] 2008
Galaxy Bulges as Tests of CDM versus MOND in Strong Gravity
HongSheng Zhao, Bing-Xiao Xu, Clare Dobbs
ADS | arXiv

[388] 2008
Gravity Gets There First with Dark Matter Emulators
Desai, S., Kahya, E.O., Woodard, R.P.
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[393] 2009
Is an 11eV sterile neutrino consistent with clusters, the cosmic microwave background and modified Newtonian dynamics?
Angus, G.W.
ADS | arXiv

[394] 2008
Reinterpreting MOND: coupling of Einsteinian gravity and spin of cosmic neutrinos?
Zhao, H.-S.
ADS | arXiv

[421] Phys. Rev. D 78 (2008) 104019
Structure of Neutron Stars in Tensor-Vector-Scalar Theory
Paul D. Lasky, Hajime Sotani, Dimitrios Giannios
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[427] Phys.Rev.D79:064033,2009
Stellar Oscillations in Tensor-Vector-Scalar Theory
Sotani, H.
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[518] 2010JPhCS.229a2069
Stellar Oscillations in TeVeS
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[519] 2010PhRvD..81h4006
Slowly rotating relativistic stars in tensor-vector-scalar theory
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[520] 2009PhRvD..80f4035S
Probing tensor-vector-scalar theory with gravitational wave asteroseismology
Sotani, H.
ADS |arXiv

[521]2010CQGra..27j5012M
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Magalhaes Batista, C. E.; Zimdahl, W.
ADS |arXiv

[522] 2009PhRvD..80h1501
Black holes and neutron stars in the generalized tensor-vector-scalar theory
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ADS |arXiv

[523]2009APS..APRJ11003
Vector models of gravitational Lorentz breaking
Seifert, Michael
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[525] 2008PhDT.......190
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[526] 2007PhRvD..76f4002
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[452] 2009JPhCS.154a2002
Trenkel, C.; Kemble, S.
Gravitational science with LISA Pathfinder
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[453] 2009ApJ...695L.145
Llinares, Claudio; Zhao, Hong Sheng; Knebe, Alexander
Physics of Galactic Colliders: High-Speed Satellites in LCDM Versus Mondian Cosmology
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[467] 2009PhRvD..80f4007
Li, Baojiu; Zhao, Hongsheng
Environment-dependent dark sector
ADS | arXiv

[473] 2009MNRAS.399L..21
Beech, Martin
Proxima Centauri: a transitional modified Newtonian dynamics controlled orbital candidate?
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[478] 2009arXiv0912.0710
Bevis, Neil; Magueijo, Joao; Trenkel, Christian; Kemble, Steve
MONDian three-body predictions for LISA Pathfinder
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[483] 2010arXiv1001.0725
Kahya, E. O.
A useful guide for gravitational wave observers to test modified gravity models
ADS | arXiv

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Recent Additions

[544] 2010, Phys. Rev. D, 81,103525
Clifton, Timothy; Zlosnik, Thomas G.
FRW cosmology in Milgrom's bimetric theory of gravity
ADS| arXiv

[545] 2010
Pankovic, Vladan; Kapor, Darko
k-MOND
ADS| arXiv

[546] 2010
Blanchet, Luc; Novak, Jerome
External field effect of modified Newtonian dynamics in the Solar system
ADS| arXiv

[547] 2010
Cardone, V. F.; Angus, G.; Diaferio, A.; Tortora, C.; Molinaro, R.
The MOND Fundamental Plane
ADS| arXiv

[548] 2010
Tank, Hasmukh K.
A new law emerging from the recurrences of the `critical-acceleration' of MOND, suggesting a clue to unification of fundamental forces
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[549] 2010
Ostvang, Dag
Dark Matter Explanation from Quasi-Metric Gravity
ADS| arXiv

[550] 2010
Gentile, G.; Famaey, B.; de Blok, W. J. G.
THINGS about MOND
ADS| arXiv

[551] 2010
Gupta, R. C.; Pradhan, Anirudh
A theoretically-explained new-variant of Modified-Newtonian-Dynamics (MOND)
ADS| arXiv

[552] 2010
Funkhouser, Scott
Non-Newtonian Second Law of motion from entropic dynamics in an asymptotically de Sitter space
ADS| arXiv

[553] 2010
Ananias Neto, Jorge
Nonhomogeneous Cooling, Entropic Gravity and MOND Theory
ADS| arXiv

[554] 2010
Pikhitsa, Peter V.
MOND reveals the thermodynamics of gravity
ADS| arXiv

[555] 2010
Paul D. Lasky, Daniela D. Doneva
Stability and Quasinormal Modes of Black holes in Tensor-Vector-Scalar theory: Scalar Field Perturbations
ADS| arXiv

[556] 2010
Wang, Ling-Jun
Recovering modified Newtonian dynamics by changing inertia
ADS| arXiv

[557] 2011
Skordis, C.; Zlosnik, T. G.
The Geometry Of Modified Newtonian Dynamics
ADS| arXiv

[558] 2011
Nirupam Roy
Constraining the MOdified Newtonian Dynamics from spherically symmetrical hydrodynamic accretion
ADS| arXiv

[559] 2011
Mordehai Milgrom
MD or DM? Modified dynamics at low accelerations vs dark matter
ADS| arXiv

[560] 2011
Kahya, E. O.
A useful guide for gravitational wave observers to test modified gravity models
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[561] 2011
Nipoti, Carlo; Ciotti, Luca; Londrillo, Pasquale
Radial-orbit instability in modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS| arXiv

[562] 2011
Neto, Jorge Ananias
Nonhomogeneous Cooling, Entropic Gravity and MOND Theory
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[563] 2011
McGaugh, Stacy
The Baryonic Tully-Fisher Relation of Gas Rich Galaxies as a Test of LCDM and MOND
ADS| arXiv

[564] 2011
Exirifard, Qasem
Gravo-Magnetic force in the MOND regime
ADS| arXiv

[565] 2011
Magueijo, Joao; Mozaffari, Ali
The case for testing MOND using LISA Pathfinder
ADS| arXiv

[566] 2011
Richtler, T.; Famaey, B.; Gentile, G.; Schuberth, Y.
Remarks on the properties of elliptical galaxies in modified Newtonian dynamics
ADS| arXiv

[567] 2011
Samurovic, S.; Lalovic, A.
The Jeans modeling of the Milky Way galaxy: implications of the kinematics of the stellar halo
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[568] 2011
Roy, Nirupam
Constraining the MOdified Newtonian Dynamics from spherically symmetrical hydrodynamic accretion
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[569] 2011
Ho, Chiu Man; Minic, Djordje; Ng, Y. Jack
Quantum gravity and dark matter
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[570] 2011
Mol, Anderson W.
On the gravitodynamics of moving bodies
ADS| arXiv

[571] 2011
Deffayet, Cedric; Esposito-Farese, Gilles; Woodard, Richard P.
Nonlocal metric formulations of MOND with sufficient lensing
ADS| arXiv

[572] 2011
Ibata, R.; Sollima, A.; Nipoti, C.; Bellazzini, M.; Chapman, S. C.; Dalessandro, E.
The globular cluster NGC 2419: a crucible for theories of gravity
ADS| arXiv

[573] 2011
Pazy, E.
Particles statistics of the holographic screen lead to Modified Newtonian Dynamics (MOND)
ADS| arXiv

[574] 2011
Zhang, Hongsheng; Li, Xin-Zhou
MOND cosmology from holographic principle
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[575] 2011
Babichev, Eugeny; Deffayet, Cedric; Esposito-Farese, Gilles
Improving relativistic MOND with Galileon k-mouflage
ADS| arXiv

[576] 2011
Malekjani, M.; Haghi, H.; Jassur, D. M. Z
The Effect of Cosmological Background Dynamics on the Spherical Collapse in MOND
ADS| arXiv

[577] 2011
Beech, Martin
The orbit of Proxima Centauri: a MOND versus standard Newtonian distinction
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[578] 2011
Hees, Aurelien; Wolf, Peter; Lamine, Brahim; Reynaud, Serge; Jaekel, Marc-Thierry; Le Poncin-Lafitte, Christophe; Lainey, Valery; Fuzfa, Andre; Dehant, Veronique
Radioscience simulations in General Relativity and in alternative theories of gravity
ADS| arXiv

[579] 2011
Blanchet, Luc; Novak, Jerome
Testing MOND in the Solar System
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[580] 2011
Sanders, R. H.
Hiding Lorentz Invariance Violation with MOND
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[581] 2011
Sanchez-Salcedo, F. J.; Hidalgo-Gamez, A. M.
Is Holmberg-II beyond MOND theory?
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[582] 2011
Gupta, R. C.; Pradhan, Anirudh
A theoretical qualitatively-explained new-variant of Modified-Newtonian-Dynamics (MOND)
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[583] 2011
Hendi, S. H.; Sheykhi, A.
Entropic corrections to Einstein equations
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[584] 2011
Li, Xin; Chang, Zhe
Debye Entropic Force and Modified Newtonian Dynamics
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[585] 2011
Angus, Garry W.; Diaferio, Antonaldo
The abundance of galaxy clusters in MOND: Cosmological simulations with massive neutrinos
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[586] 2011
Kiselev, V. V.; Timofeev, S. A
Cosmological extrapolation of MOND
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[587] 2011
Klinkhamer, F. R.; Kopp, M.
Entropic gravity, minimum temperature, and modified Newtonian dynamics
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[588] 2011
Sebastian, Saneesh; Kuriakose, V. C.
A Mond Programme from Einstein Hilbert Action
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[589] 2011
Milgrom, Mordehai
MOND and the unique void galaxy KK246
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[590] 2011
McGaugh, Stacy S.
Novel Test of Modified Newtonian Dynamics with Gas Rich Galaxies
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[591] 2011
Milgrom, Mordehai
Gravitational Cherenkov Losses in Theories Based on Modified Newtonian Dynamics
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[592] 2011
Haghi, H.; Baumgardt, H.; Kroupa, P.
Distant star clusters of the Milky Way in MOND
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[593] 2011
Llinares, C.; Knebe, A.; Zhao, H.
Cosmological structure formation under MOND. A new numerical solver for the Poisson's equation
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[594] 2011
Nipoti, C.; Londrillo, P.; Ciotti, L.
N-body simulations in modified Newtonian dynamics
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[595] 2011
Shi, Yan-Chi
MOND's Problem in Local Group
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[596] 2011
Iorio, Lorenzo
Constraints on the location of a putative distant massive body in the Solar System and on the External Field Effect of MOND from recent planetary data
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[597] 2011
Esposito-Farese, Gilles
Motion in Alternative Theories of Gravity
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[598] 2011
Gonzalo J. Olmo
Palatini Approach to Modified Gravity: f(R) Theories and Beyond
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[599] 2011
Gentile, G.
Dark Matter or Modified Dynamics? Hints from Galaxy Kinematics
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[600] 2011
Sobouti, Y.
Dark Companion of Baryonic Matter in Spiral Galaxies
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[601] 2011
Famaey, B.; Bruneton, J.-P.
Non-Standard Baryon-Dark Matter Interactions
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[602] 2011
Hernandez, X.; Jimenez, M. A.; Allen, C.
Wide binaries as a critical test of Classical Gravity
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[603] 2011
Gine, Jaume
On the Origin of the Inertial Force and Gravitation
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[604] 2011
Ng, Y. Jack
Various Facets of Spacetime Foam
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[605] 2011
Clifton, Timothy; Ferreira, Pedro G.; Padilla, Antonio; Skordis, Constantinos
Modified Gravity and Cosmology
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[605] 2006
Harry I. Ringermacher, Lawrence R. Mead
Are Dark Matter and Dark Energy the Residue of the Expansion-Reaction to the Big Bang?
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[606] 2009, A&A 503, L1
V. A. De Lorenci, M. Faundez-Abans, J. P. Pereira
Testing the Newton second law in the regime of small accelerations
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[607] 2011
Sanders, R. H.
NGC 2419 does not challenge MOND
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[608] 2011
Luc Blanchet, Sylvain Marsat
Modified gravity approach based on a preferred time foliation
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[609] 2011
Gine, Jaume
The Pioneer anomaly and the holographic scenario
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[610] 2011
X. Hernandez, M. A. Jimenez
The outskirts of globular clusters as modified gravity probes
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[611] 2011
Bettoni, Dario; Liberati, Stefano; Sindoni, Lorenzo
Extended LCDM: generalized non-minimal coupling for dark matter fluids
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[612] 2011
T. Bernal, S. Capozziello, J.C. Hidalgo, S. Mendoza
Recovering MOND from extended metric theories of gravity
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[613] 2011
Neto, Jorge Ananias
Nonhomogeneous Cooling, Entropic Gravity and MOND Theory
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[614] 2011
Bekenstein, Jacob D.; Sanders, Robert H.
TeVeS/MOND is in harmony with gravitational redshifts in galaxy clusters
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[615] 2011
Ibata, Rodrigo; Sollima, Antonio; Nipoti, Carlo; Bellazzini, Michele; Chapman, Scott; Dalessandro, Emanuele
Polytropic model fits to the globular cluster NGC 2419 in Modified Newtonian Dynamics
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[616] 2011
Bernal, T.; Capozziello, S.; Cristofano, G.; De Laurentis, M.
MOND's acceleration scale as a fundamental quantity
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[617] 2011
McGaugh, Stacy
Missing the Point - a Brief Reply to Foreman & Scott and Gnedin
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[618] 2011
Meng, Xin-He; Du, Xiao-Long
A Specific Case of Generalized Einstein-aether Theories
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[619] 2011
Chakraborti, Sayan; Khedekar, Satej
Neutral Hydrogen Tully Fisher Relation: The case for Newtonian Gravity
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[620] 2011
Tank, Hasmukh K.
Some clues to understand MOND and the accelerated expansion of the universe
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[621] 2011
Kennedy, Gareth F.
Application of three body stability to globular clusters II: observed velocity dispersions
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[622] 2011
Hernandez, X.; Jimenez, M. A.
The outskirts of globular clusters as modified gravity probes
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[623] 2011
Karahan, Canan N.; Altas, Asli; Demir, Durmus A.
Scalars, Vectors and Tensors from Metric-Affine Gravity
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[624] 2011
Sotani, Hajime
Slowly Rotating Relativistic Stars in TeVeS
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[625] 2011
Sotani, Hajime
Torsional oscillations in tensor-vector-scalar theory
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[626] 2011
Lasky, Paul D.
Black Holes and Neutron Stars in Tensor-Vector-Scalar Theory
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 Bonvin, Camille; Durrer, Ruth; Ferreira, Pedro G.; Starkman, Glenn; Zlosnik, Tom G. 
Generalized Einstein-Aether theories and the Solar System
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Starkman, Glenn D.
Modifying Gravity: You Can't Always Get What You Want
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Milgrom, Mordehai
MOND--particularly as modified inertia
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[630]  2011
Sanders, R. H.
NGC 2419 does not challenge MOND, Part 2
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Galianni, Pasquale; Feix, Martin; Zhao, Hongsheng; Horne, Keith
Testing QMOND in the Solar System
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Meyer, H.; Lohrmann, E.; Schubert, S.; Bartel, W.; Glazov, A.; Loehr, B.; Niebuhr, C.; Wuensch, E.; Joensson, L.; Kempf, G.
Test of the Law of Gravitation at small Accelerations
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[633]  2011
Famaey, Benoit; McGaugh, Stacy
Modified Newtonian Dynamics: A Review
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Mozaffari, Ali
Testing Other MONDian Theories Using LISA Pathfinder
   ADS| arXiv

 [635]  2012
Starkman, Glenn D.
Modifying Gravity: You Can't Always Get What You Want
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 [636]  2012
Ho, Chiu Man; Minic, Djordje; Ng, Y. Jack
Dark Matter, Infinite Statistics and Quantum Gravity
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Bekenstein, Jacob D.
Tensor-vector-scalar-modified gravity: from small scale to cosmology
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Angus, Garry W.; van der Heyden, Kurt; Famaey, Benoit; Gentile, Gianfranco; McGaugh, Stacy S.; de Blok, W. J. G.
A QUMOND galactic N-body code I: Poisson solver and rotation curve fitting
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Klinkhamer, F. R.
Entropic-gravity derivation of MOND
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Hees, A.; Lamine, B.; Reynaud, S.; Jaekel, M.-T.; Le Poncin-Lafitte, C.; Lainey, V.; Füzfa, A.; Courty, J.-M.; Dehant, V.; Wolf, P.
 Radioscience simulations in General Relativity and in alternative theories of gravity
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 [641]  2012
Tortora, Crescenzo; Jetzer, Philippe; Napolitano, Nicola R.
Dark matter and alternative recipes for the missing mass
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R. Salinas, T. Richtler, L. P. Bassino, A. J. Romanowsky, Y. Schuberth  
Kinematic properties of the field elliptical NGC 7507
   ADS| arXiv

 [643]  2012
Ciotti, L.; Zhao, H.; de Zeeuw, T.
Separable triaxial potential-density pairs in MOND
   ADS| arXiv

 [644]  2012
 Moni Bidin, C.; Carraro, G.; Mendez, R. A. 
Kinematical and chemical vertical structure of the Galactic thick disk I. Thick disk kinematics
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Giné, Jaume
 The phenomenological version of modified Newtonian dynamics from the relativity principle of motion
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 Cooney, Alan; Psaltis, Dimitrios; Zaritsky, Dennis 
Special and General Relativistic Effects in Galactic Rotation Curves
   ADS| arXiv

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