The Number, Luminosity, and Mass Density of Spiral Galaxies as a Function of Surface Brightness
McGaugh, Stacy S.
The Number, Luminosity, and Mass Density of Spiral Galaxies as a Function of Surface Brightness. McGaugh, S.S. 1996, MNRAS, 280, 337-354.
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