Dark Matter May Be Destroying Itself in Milky Way’s Core - Scientific American-Fermi gamma-ray map of galactic center

Dark Matter May Be Destroying Itself in Milky Way’s Core - Scientific American-Fermi gamma-ray map of galactic center

NASA: "Streams of Dark Matter, Some Larger Than Our Solar System Flow Through the Milky Way" -- Based on many observations of its gravitational pull in action, scientists are certain that dark matter exists, and have measured how much of it there is in the universe to an accuracy of better than one percent. The leading theory is that dark matter is "cold," meaning it doesn't move around much, and it is "dark" insofar as it doesn't produce or interact with light. Galaxies, which contain…

NASA: "Streams of Dark Matter, Some Larger Than Our Solar System Flow Through the Milky Way" -- Based on many observations of its gravitational pull in action, scientists are certain that dark matter exists, and have measured how much of it there is in the universe to an accuracy of better than one percent. The leading theory is that dark matter is "cold," meaning it doesn't move around much, and it is "dark" insofar as it doesn't produce or interact with light. Galaxies, which contain…

Scientists have spent decades trying to detect dark matter throughout the Universe , but now calculations by a NASA scientist suggest that our planet might have been surrounded by the mysterious particles this whole time, in the form of long,...

Scientists have spent decades trying to detect dark matter throughout the Universe , but now calculations by a NASA scientist suggest that our planet might have been surrounded by the mysterious particles this whole time, in the form of long,...

Graphic showing dark matter particles known as axions streaming from the sun

Dark matter may have been detected – streaming from the sun’s core

Graphic showing dark matter particles known as axions streaming from the sun

A new study proposes the existence of long filaments of dark matter, called "hairs," which are created when a stream of dark matter particles goes through a planet. According to simulations, the hair is densest at a point called the "root." When particles of a dark matter str

A new study proposes the existence of long filaments of dark matter, called "hairs," which are created when a stream of dark matter particles goes through a planet. According to simulations, the hair is densest at a point called the "root." When particles of a dark matter str

Dark matter may have been detected – streaming from the sun’s core #science #space

Dark matter may have been detected – streaming from the sun’s core

Dark matter may have been detected – streaming from the sun’s core #science #space

A Dark Matter bridge in our cosmic neighborhood

A Dark Matter bridge in our cosmic neighborhood

A European space observatory picked up an unusual signal which British astronomers believe to be the first direct detection of dark matter’s signature. The finding could be a historic breakthrough in our understanding of the universe.

A European space observatory picked up an unusual signal which British astronomers believe to be the first direct detection of dark matter’s signature. The finding could be a historic breakthrough in our understanding of the universe.

'Goopy' dark matter could offer a new vision of the early universe  Cosmologists exploring the origins of the universe have a new theory about how dark matter behaves. Although the stuff makes up 80 percent of the matter in the universe, we don't really have a good sense of what dark matter is actually made of.  According to    The New Scientist  , however, UT Austin professor Paul Shapiro and graduate student Bouha Li believe dark matter could be made up of  bosons  that clump toget..

'Goopy' dark matter could offer a new vision of the early universe

'Goopy' dark matter could offer a new vision of the early universe Cosmologists exploring the origins of the universe have a new theory about how dark matter behaves. Although the stuff makes up 80 percent of the matter in the universe, we don't really have a good sense of what dark matter is actually made of. According to The New Scientist , however, UT Austin professor Paul Shapiro and graduate student Bouha Li believe dark matter could be made up of bosons that clump toget..

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