Dark matter

Study uses a coaxial ‘dish’ antenna to search for dark matter

First results from BREAD experiment.

Our universe has no dark matter, study

Study challenges the current model of the universe.

Inferring the properties of dark energy using AI

Covering the last seven billion years.

Neutron star mergers: New physics signals

With implications for determining the true nature of dark matter.

Astrophysicists discover new clues to the origins of the universe and dark matter

A group of astrophysicists from the United States, Italy, and Japan, led by UCLA astrophysicists, has discovered new clues to the origins of the...

Astronomers figured out how to measure the speed of dark matter

Lopsided galaxies shed light on the speed of dark matter.

The Milky Way’s core may contain less dark matter than previously estimated

Stars travel more slowly at Milky Way’s edge.

Searching for dark matter in gaps between stars

Astronomers anticipate upcoming images of the Andromeda galaxy may hold vital clues.

Almost invisible dwarf galaxy challenges the dark matter model

The largest and most diffuse galaxy known.

Astrophysical Chaos: What happens if you put a black hole into the Sun?

In a hypothetical scenario, small, primordial black holes could be captured by newly forming stars.

A novel approach to looking for dark matter

Scientists explore whether Dark Matter particles actually are produced inside a jet of standard model particles.

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