For over fifty years, scientists have theorized that roughly 85 percent of matter in the universe is made up of a mysterious, invisible mass. Since then, multiple observation campaigns have indirectly witnessed the effects that this "dark matter" has on the universe. Unfortunately, all attempts to detect it so far have failed, leading scientists to propose some very interesting theories about its nature.
Written by Matt Williams for Universe Today April 25, 2019
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