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Dark Matter Is the Real Guardian of the Galaxies (video)
by Hanneke Weitering, Staff Writer-Producer
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6 May 2017
On 6 May 2017 Space.com reported:
In honor of the release of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' in movie theaters today (May 5), scientists with the Hubble Space Telescope have released gorgeous new images of all the galaxies in our universe. Not only does the real universe have far more galaxies (an estimated 2 trillion of them) but it also has a much bigger, darker, and mysterious guardian of those galaxies: Dark matter . . . Space.com spoke with Space Telescope Science Institute astronomer [Dr.] Dan Coe about all those galaxies in Hubble's latest images, and Coe explained how dark matter is really holding the universe together.
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. . . 'If it wasn't for this dark matter -- this extra mass that holds [galaxies] together -- they would all fly apart. And so you could call dark matter really the guardian of the galaxies,' Coe said.
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