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Scientists puzzled by exotic distant galaxy lacking dark matter
by Will Dunham
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28 March 2018
On 28 March 2018 Reuters reported:
Astronomers have detected for the first time a galaxy that is devoid of dark matter, the plentiful but enigmatic material that does not emit light or energy and had been considered a fundamental part of all galaxies including our own Milky Way. The discovery, announced on Wednesday (28 March) , is forcing scientists to rethink their ideas about the formation of galaxies. Paradoxically, the discovery of a galaxy without dark matter may actually confirm that the stuff actually exists by contradicting hypotheses advanced by dark matter doubters.
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Dark matter, which is invisible, is thought to comprise about a quarter of the universe's combined mass and energy and about 80 percent of its total mass, but has not been directly observed. Scientists believe it exists based on gravitational effects it seems to exert on galaxies.
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