Dark Matter Physics

Dark matter is a theoretical substance that is acknowledged by most space specialists to speak to around five-sixths of the matter in the universe. Notwithstanding the way that it has not been clearly watched, its vicinity and properties are prompted from its diverse gravitational effects: on the developments of evident matter; by method for gravitational lensing; its effect on the universe's considerable scale structure, and its possessions in the gigantic microwave establishment. Dark matter is clear to electromagnetic radiation and/or is so thick and little that it fails to ingest or exude enough radiation to be unmistakable with imaging development. The Dark matter theory expect a central part in best in class showing of huge structure improvement and world game plan and headway and on elucidations of the anisotropies found in the tremendous microwave establishment (CMB). Each one of these lines of evidence prescribe that vast frameworks, gatherings of universes and the universe all things considered contain essentially more matter than that which is conspicuous by method for electromagnetic signals.The most extensively recognized structure for dark matter is that it is made out of pathetically interfacing monstrous particles (WIMPs) that collaborate simply through gravity and the weak force.

  • Galaxy rotation curves
  • Galaxy clusters and gravitational lensing
  • Cosmic microwave background
  • Lyman-alpha forest
  • Baryonic vs nonbaryonic matter
  • Mass in extra dimensions
  • Spacetime fractality

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