Black Holes Can’t Account for Missing Dark Matter in the Universe
A statistical analysis of 740 supernovas found that black holes can only account for 40 percent of dark matter in the universe, putting another nail in the coffin for the MACHOs theory of dark matter.
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The New Hunt for Dark Matter Is Taking Place Under a Mountain
Davide D’Angelo wasn’t always interested in dark matter, but now he’s at the forefront of the hunt to find the most elusive particle in the universe.
This May Be the Experiment That Finally Discovers the Dark Matter Particle
“If dark matter axions exist within the frequency band we will be probing for the next few years, then it’s only a matter of time before we find them.”