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New map of Universe's dark matter
by Pallab Ghosh, Science Correspondent, BBC News
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3 August 2017
On 3 August 2017 BBC News reported:
Researchers have released the most accurate map ever produced of the dark matter in our Universe. The team surveyed more than 26 million galaxies in the largest study of its kind. The map will help scientists understand what dark matter is made from and learn more about another mysterious phenomenon called dark energy.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Scientists have suspected that there is more material in the Universe than we can observe for more than 80 years. The movement of stars and galaxies indicate that the Universe is also made up of invisible particles called dark matter.
In 1998, two teams of astronomers discovered the expansion of the Universe was accelerating, rather than slowing down, as the theory at the time suggested. Physicists speculated that the acceleration was caused by something they named dark energy.
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