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New dark matter map reveals cosmic mystery
by Pallab Ghosh, Science Correspondent
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5 June 2021
On 5 June 2021 BBC News reported:
An international team of researchers has created the largest and most detailed map of the distribution of so-called dark matter in the Universe. The results are a surprise because they show that it is slightly smoother and more spread out than the current best theories predict. The observation appears to stray from Einstein's theory of general relativity -- posing a conundrum for researchers.
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The results have been published by the Dark Energy Survey Collaboration. ... Using the Victor M Blanco telescope in Chile, the team behind the new work analysed 100 million galaxies. The map shows how dark matter sprawls across the Universe.
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