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Mysterious fast radio bursts helped detect missing matter in the universe, study says
by Ashley Strickland, CNN
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27 May 2020
On 27 May 2020 CNN reported:
Mysterious fast radio bursts have been used to unlock another strange aspect of the universe: the case of the 'missing matter.' ... To be clear, this is not the detection of dark matter, which accounts for 85 percent of the universe but has yet to be observed or detected by astronomers. Dark matter is known by how it interacts with other matter, and the quest to find it continues.
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