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We Just Found The Missing Matter In The Universe, And Still Need Dark Matter
by Ethan Siegel, Senior Contributor
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25 June 2018
On 25 June 2018 Forbes reported:
For over 40 years, scientists have argued over dark matter's existence. From their gravity, we can infer the total mass in the Universe. Yet multiple sources indicate that only 15 percent of that mass can be baryonic: made of normal matter. Many nevertheless wondered: could normal matter be hiding -- and gravitating -- entirely without dark matter? Scientists set out to measure all the normal matter in the Universe, including stars, planets, gas, dust, and more. ... Missing normal matter was theorized: the warm-hot intergalactic medium (WHIM).
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