For the first time, scientists have directly detected part of the invisible dark matter skeleton of the universe, where more than half of all matter is believed to reside.
“We found the dark matter filaments. For the first time, we can see them,” says Jörg Dietrich, a physics research fellow at the University of Michigan.
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Photo credit: Jörg Dietrich, U. Michigan