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The quest to solve the mystery of dark matter
by Robin McKie
The Guardian Translate This Article
20 October 2018
On 20 October 2018 The Guardian reported:
On 31 October, scientists across the globe will celebrate the mysterious material they believe holds the universe together. Across Britain, the US, and Europe, talks, demonstrations, and parties highlighting this great astronomical search will be held on 31 October -- which has been designated Dark Matter Day by scientists who are seeking to discover the make-up of this elusive material. Theorists came up with the idea that invisible dark matter must be providing the mass that gives galaxies their gravitational force, which has since been born out by other observations.
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. . . It is issues like these that have led scientists to promote the idea of Dark Matter Day.
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