Globular clusters modeled in this paper.
|Cluster name||Rh[pc]||RG[kpc]||ae[a0]||Mc[103 M⊙]||σM[km s-1]||σN[km s-1]||Nmin|
Notes. Globular clusters modeled in this paper. The half-mass radius and galactocentric distances, RG, are taken from Harris (1996). The values of the external acceleration are calculated from with M = 1.2 × 1011 M⊙ for all galactocentric distances. Cluster masses, Mc, were calculated from the absolute V-band luminosities by assuming a stellar mass-to-light ratio of M/LV = 2, which is close to the measured average mass-to-light ratio of galactic GCs (Mieske et al. 2008). σM and σN are the corresponding MONDian and Newtonian values of the velocity dispersion, respectively. The last column is the minimum number of stars necessary to obtain P ≤ 0.05.
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