Recent reports of the desertion of the dark matter may be greatly exaggerated, according to a new article by researchers at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS). A group of astronomers using ³ ESO telescopes announced a-new-study-finds-no-matter-dark-in-the-vecindade in April a surprising lack of dark matter in the galaxy in the vicinity of the Solar System.
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