Astrophysicists estimate dark matter accounts for 85 percent to 90 percent of the matter in the known universe. Scientists, however, have mostly been unable to detect the mystery material because of their weak interactions with the electromagnetic force are intangible at best. Instead, astrophysicists have only come to an inferior existence.
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A new study has been published
Chiara Di Paolo, a doctoral student of astrophysics at SISSA, said, "Three years ago," she said in an article in The Astrophysical Journal, published by the International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA). A few colleagues of the Case Western Reserve University are questioning our understanding of the universe and the in-depth work of many researchers, casting doubt on the existence of dark matter in the galaxies.
"Analyzing the rotation curves of 1
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"This empirical relationship has seemed valid in the galaxies they analyzed and at some galactic radius, motivated the explanation of gravitational acceleration
Astronomers believe dark matter exists within each observable galaxy and could be one of the triggers.
In essence, dark matter is
Because of this, astronomers were surprised in 2018 to discover galaxy NGC 1052-DF2 only hel  READ MORE: Shaper NASA scientist claims there's a BLACK HOLE inside of Earth
Pieter van Dokkum of Yale University said: "This is a galaxy that is galaxy."
"This is a galaxy without it." is unexpected. It also has its own separate existence apart from other components of galaxies.
"This result also suggests that there may be more than one way to form a galaxy. "
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The presence of dark matter in galaxies
Paolo Salucci, a professor of astrophysics at SISSA, said: "We have studied the relationship between total acceleration and its ordinary component in 106 galaxies, which has been previously observed .
"This not only demonstrates the inexactness of the empirical relationship previously described but removes doubts on the existence of dark matter in the galaxies." found in the nature of this indefinite component. "