Table 1: The properties of likely DM subhalos of the 18 Milky Way dSph galaxies for which values (column 3) have been published [33]. and are the maximum circular velocity and its radius, and the largest a subhalo ever acquired and its corresponding radius. The first number is the median over all Via Lactea II subhalos matching the dSph's distance and , the numbers in parentheses the 16th and 84th percentiles (see text for details).

Name
[kpc] [ ] [km s ] [kpc] [km s ] [kpc]

Segue 1 23 10 0.43 26 2.4
Ursa Major II 32 13 0.59 27 3.3
Wilman 1 38 8.3 0.38 15 2.0
Coma Berenices 44 9.1 0.42 15 1.9
Ursa Minor 66 18 0.81 30 3.8
Draco 80 19 0.86 28 3.8
Sculptor 80 13 0.64 20 2.9
Sextans 86 9.7 0.52 14 1.6
Carina 101 17 1.00 30 3.8
Ursa Major I 106 14 0.84 20 3.2
Fornax 138 15 1.1 20 3.0
Hercules 138 11 0.69 14 1.9
Canes Venatici II 151 11 0.67 14 1.8
Leo IV 158 5.0 0.35 6.7 0.84
Leo II 205 18 1.5 24 4.1
Canes Venatici I 224 18 1.5 22 2.9
Leo I 250 19 1.7 25 2.9
Leo T 417 16 1.2 19 2.4