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The Universe’s highest-energy light could finally yield clues to the nature of the “dark matter” that makes up some 85% of the Universe’s mass. The Fermi space telescope, designed to catch gamma rays, has seen hints of evidence for dark matter in high-energy gamma rays seen at the galaxy’s centre. [1]

The search for Dark Matter has “just” begun.

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_52663637_52663635But as Dr. Finkbeiner says, “one must try to be as sceptical as possible, especially about the things he wants to be true”…

Let’s just hope that all scientists in the search of the elusive “Dark Matter” remember that for the years to come…

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