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London astronomers at the University of Zaragoza and astronomers at the American Astronomy Institute believe that the solar system is in the middle of a so-called dark matter hurricane. This is a science warning.
Dark matter is a hypothetical form of matter and is one of the greatest mysteries of the universe. Dark matter does not emit electromagnetic radiation and does not interact directly, so direct detection is difficult (or even impossible). Scientists, therefore, rejoice in the indirect evidence of the presence of dark matter.
At this time, astronomers using Gaia satellites could detect 30,000 stars, of which there were 30,000 stars. These stars became part of the galaxy absorbed by the Milky Way. This flow is interesting in that the stars rotate in the opposite direction to the direction of rotation of the solar system. Scientists suggest that this happens because the dark matter moves with the stars in this flow.
Scientists have proposed various models of the density and distribution of dark matter in the S1 stream, suggesting that it is possible to find 500 million times lighter than electrons, which are virtual particles of dark matter. "Ultralight particles that we can not see can be transformed into detectable photons in the presence of strong magnetic fields," scientists said. At this time, we can not do this.
The scientists at the University of Sapienza in Rome reported the invention of the device, claiming it could prove the existence of dark photons, another virtual particle of dark matter.