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Dark matter

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Dark matter is an unidentified type of matter comprising approximately 27% of the mass and ..... They have an uncommonly low ratio of visible to dark matter, and have few bright stars at the center ...

Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and the Accelerating Universe ...

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We have already encountered dark matter during our discussion of the rotation ... These objects are so luminous that they allow us to measure their distances ... Since we call the matter that we cannot observe directly "dark matter," we call this  ...

What is Dark Matter? | CFHTLenS

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Scientists call this 'regular' matter baryonic matter, so called because it is made ... Dark matter is the name we give to matter we can not observe directly, and that ... in fact, that they should have been able to escape the gravitational pull of the ...

dark matter/dark energy - University of Oregon

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We know of the presence of dark matter from dynamical studies. ... We do not find many of these objects nearby, so to presume they exist in the dark matter halos ...

How Do We Know Dark Matter Exists? - Universe Today

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How do we know dark matter actually exists, when we have no idea what it actually ..... 'To calldark matter” and “dark energy” DISCOVERIES is a violation of a ...

Chapter 16: Dark Matter, Dark Energy and the Fate of the Universe ...

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Dec 10, 2013 ... Study online flashcards and notes for Chapter 16: Dark Matter, Dark Energy and the Fate of the Universe including Why do we call dark matter.

Dark Matter in the Universe - Indiana University Bloomington

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Nowadays we prefer to call the missing mass "dark matter," for it is the light, not the ... study dark matter by its effects on the bright matter that we do observe.

Dark Matter and Dark Energy - National Geographic - Science

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Photo: A simulation of the dark matter distribution in the universe 13.6 billion years ago ... or less the same speed regardless of where they are in the galactic disk. ... For lack of a better name, scientists call this mysterious force dark energy.

Dark Energy: The Biggest Mystery in the Universe | Science ...

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The rest they call, for want of a better word, dark: 23 percent is something they call dark matter, and 73 percent is something even more mysterious, which they ...

Dark Matter, Dark Energy: The Dark Side of the Universe

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Scientists call these invisible components dark matter and dark energy; "dark" because these phenomena do not emit light, not because we are not learning ...

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What is Dark Matter? - Space.com

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May 1, 2013 ... Dark matter emits no light, and cannot be directly observed, but scientists think ... If scientists can't see dark matter, how do they know it exists?

Dark Energy, Dark Matter - NASA Science

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Jun 5, 2015 ... Theorists still don't know what the correct explanation is, but they have given the solution a name. It is called dark energy.

Dark Matter - University of Oregon

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How do we measure the amount of mass in the Universe? ... In other words, the halo of our Galaxy is filled with a mysterious dark matter of unknown .... The substance that we call dark energy has this property of having negative pressure and, ...