The 'dense bullet' of the dark matter a million times, the dragging out of the line behind it, in an astrophysical model that explains a mysterious 'glitch' in the galaxy.
The galactic hit-and-run ”theory explains the ragged gap discovered in the galaxy, according to Ana Bonaca, a fellow at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, last month. spur "Instead of the single smooth-edged gap one would expect to find the stellar stream" Moon is geologically active – and SHRINKING, seismic readings show
Why a gigantic blob of dark matter? " We can't map [the impactor]" Bonaca explains, and " "That doesn't rule out the possibility -" it could be that it's a luminous object that went away somewhere, and it's hiding somewhere in the galaxy ”- but it would be hard to hide something 30 to 65 light-years across.
With no visible culprit on which the celestial fender-bender, then, and no tell-tale signs of a black hole Way, Bonaca believes a large ” clump ” by dark matter could be responsible for the tear in GD-1. Bonaca was able to pinpoint
Bonaca was able to pinpoint The Space Oddity of the Milky Way, and the cross-referencing it with a multi-mirror telescope. This is the only way to find the right way to go. ” T clumps ”throughout the galaxy.
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