List of Tables

Table 1:
Values predicted from the Besançon model of the Milky Way in MOND as seen by a Newtonist (i.e., in terms of phantom dark matter contributions) compared to current observational constraints in the Milky Way, for the local dynamical surface density and the tilt of the stellar velocity ellipsoid [50]. Predictions for a round dark halo without a dark disk are also compatible with the current constraints, though [194, 422]. The tilt at z = 2 kpc should be more discriminating.
Table 2:
Observational tests of MOND.