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Table A.2:

Velocity dispersion profiles for the subsets of our data used for the Jeans modelling.

$\rm {N}^{o}$
$\bar{R}_{{\rm blue}}$ $\sigma_{{\rm blue}}$ $\Delta\sigma_{\rm blue}$ $N_{\rm GC}$ $R_{{\rm min}}$ $R_{{\rm max}}$ $\bar{\varv}$ $\bar{R}_{{\rm red}}$ $\sigma_{\rm red}$ $\Delta\sigma_{\rm red}$ $N_{\rm GC}$ $R_{{\rm min}}$ $R_{{\rm max}}$ $\bar{\varv}$
  [arcmin] $[\rm {km~s}^{-1}]$ $[\rm {km~s}^{-1}]$


[arcmin] [arcmin]   [arcmin]  $[\rm {km~s}^{-1}]$ $[\rm {km~s}^{-1}]$    [arcmin] [arcmin]  $[\rm {km~s}^{-1}]$

Blue GCs (sample BIII)

Red GCs (sample RIII)

1

2.34 247 32 35 1.72 2.83 1406 2.03 238 29 35 1.12 2.43 1450
2 3.71 338 42 35 2.90 4.63 1400 2.96 255 32 35 2.45 3.53 1427
3 5.27 327 40 35 4.63 5.82 1465 4.15 305 44 35 3.53 4.69 1562
4 6.40 404 49 35 5.82 7.08 1455 5.21 238 30 35 4.74 5.82 1436
5 8.05 373 46 35 7.08 9.14 1397 6.48 221 29 35 5.84 7.31 1496
6 10.55 290 36 35 9.24 11.66 1414 8.47 204 26 35 7.40 9.95 1451
7 13.65 329 46 30 11.70 18.24 1364 12.90 187 25 33 10.10 16.98 1418
Blue GCs (sample BV) Red GCs (sample RV)

1

2.15 243 30 35 1.44 2.73 1439 1.89 248 30 35 1.12 2.19 1456
2 3.15 357 47 35 2.75 3.75 1346 2.49 287 35 35 2.20 2.82 1451
3 4.49 304 37 35 3.76 4.94 1470 3.20 286 38 35 2.83 3.74 1363
4 5.57 333 41 35 4.98 5.95 1473 4.22 306 47 35 3.76 4.66 1577
5 6.46 408 50 35 6.03 6.93 1386 5.04 228 28 35 4.67 5.45 1422
6 7.68 314 39 35 6.96 8.71 1419 5.94 259 34 35 5.46 6.44 1502
7 9.76 306 37 35 8.80 10.93 1452 7.04 225 28 35 6.54 7.63 1404
8 11.70 267 35 35 10.94 12.84 1375 8.84 223 28 35 7.69 10.68 1447
9 15.32 301 37 35 12.87 20.88 1419 14.21 196 21 49 10.69 29.19 1449
10 29.20 204 32 21 21.16 41.66 1416              

Notes. The dispersion profiles are obtained using a moving bin of 35 GCs. The bins do not overlap, and the minimum number of GCs per bin was set to 20, hence the large number of GCs in the last bin of sample RV. For each bin, $\bar{R}$ is the mean radial distance from NGC 1399, and $R_{{\rm min}}$and $R_{{\rm max}}$give the radial range covered by the GCs of the bin (at a distance of 19 Mpc, 1 $.\mkern-4mu^\prime$0 corresponds to ). $N_{\rm GC}$is the number of GCs in a given bin. The line-of-sight velocity dispersion and its uncertainty are calculated using the estimator by Pryor & Meylan (1993). The asterisk marks the data point which was omitted when modelling the sample RIII.


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