Dark matter from 12 billion years ago detected for the first time

Scientists have discovered dark matter around galaxies that existed about 12 billion years ago, the first ever detection of the mysterious substance that dominated the universe.

Findings from a collaboration led by researchers from Nagoya University in Japan show that dark matter The early universe is less ‘strange’ than many existing cosmological models predict. If further work confirms this theory, it could change scientists’ understanding of how galaxies evolve and suggest that the fundamental laws governing the universe could have been different when it was 13.7 billion years old. Universe Was only 1.7 billion years old.

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