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Universe's 'missing matter' finally found in the space between galaxies
by Kirsten Gottschalk (ICRAR) and Tim Stephens (UCSC)
University of California, Santa Cruz Translate This Article
27 May 2020
On 27 May 2020 University of California, Santa Cruz reported:
An international team of astronomers has solved the decades-old mystery of the 'missing matter' long predicted to exist in the universe but never before detected. The researchers have now found all of the missing 'normal' matter in the vast space between galaxies. The discovery, published May 27 in Nature, was made by studying massive flashes of energy from deep space, called fast radio bursts.
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