The universe is a puzzle in and of itself. From our own solar system’s singularity to dark matter. This final one is most likely one of the Universe’s most interesting and unsolved mysteries. It is imperceptible. It is imperceptible. It can’t be heard, felt, or smelled.
Even the world’s most modern and sophisticated engineer equipment could not confirm the hypothesized properties of this type of substance. Its presence, on the other hand, is undeniable.
It is rapidly nearing the Earth. Ciaran O’Hare, a researcher at the University of Zaragoza, produced this finding, which was just published in the journal Physical Review.
According to current research, the solar system is going to be consumed by the remnants of an old galaxy that was devoured by the Milky Way millions of years ago.
According to O’Hare, the equivalent of more than 10 million suns’ mass is now approaching the Earth in the form of dark matter. This dark matter must produce a ring-like structure, which may be identified readily.
Experts believe that the impending storm will boost the chances of detecting dark matter, providing a fantastic opportunity for scientists to solve some of the riddles surrounding this type of stuff.
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