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Latest News on Dark Matter
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Jun 10, 2019
NASA-ESA's Hubble captures stunning spiral barred twin of the Milky Way galaxyThe Wide Field Camera 3, which captured the image has been in use since 2009, with 2,40,000+ observations to its name.
May 20, 2019
The Milky Way has been shot with an invisible gun — and the criminal has gotten awayThe investigation is on but with no evidence, there are different theories for the possible suspect.
Apr 04, 2019
Hawking's tiny black hole theory doesn't account for dark matter, study points outThe study draws on gravitational lensing, which occurs only if a star, black hole & observer are in alignment.
Mar 12, 2019
Our Milky Way galaxy weighs 1.5 trillion solar masses, Hubble & Gaia estimateThe new mass estimate puts our galaxy on the beefier side compared to other galaxies in the universe.
Mar 07, 2019
CERN's new FASER laboratory to help researchers look for dark matter from 2021The researchers are looking to record their first data when the LHC starts up again in 2021.
Feb 18, 2019
Scientists may have found the elusive 'missing matter' in the universeA newly-developed technique can scan the cosmos & possibly help spot the missing celestial matter.
Jan 02, 2019
New model of the universe could end dark energy mystery once and for allThe model highlights dark energy, which permeates throughout the universe and pushes it to expand.
Dec 22, 2018
Stars flung from their home galaxies could shed light, help us “see” dark matterThe technique gives astronomers the most accurate measurements of dark matter made so far.
Dec 07, 2018
New 'dark fluid' theory could explain why 95 percent of the universe is 'missing'Dark fluid explains some mysteries of the universe, like why galaxies don't fly apart as they spin.
Nov 21, 2018
Why the dark matter storm hurtling through our galaxy is more exciting than scaryThe storm isn't a threat to Earth & could be more cause to party than panic (if you're a physicist).