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Dark Matter Halo

Credit: NASA/ JPL-Caltech
Stars ripped from their home galaxies as they collide with other galaxies can get slung into giant invisible cocoons of dark matter, researchers say, which…Read More »

might explain mysterious radiation pervading the sky.

These findings suggest the halos of dark matter surrounding galaxies are not completely dark after all, but contain a small number of stars, investigators added.

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