Upper panel: radial velocity distribution of stars for a Newtonian (red triangles) and MONDian (black dots) system in which both have the same internal velocity dispersion. The smoothed line shows a Gaussian fitted to the distributions. Both distributions follow the Gaussian fit very closely. Lower panel: the relative difference between Newtonian and Mondian velocity distributions. There is a difference between the two models, but it is too small (less than 1%) to be detected observationally.
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