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Re: 'Dark Matter'-where is it?

  1. Oct 11, 2006 #1
    Re: 'Dark Matter'--where is it?

    GH Diel a écrit :

    > If dark matter constitutes the vast percentage of the universe, why is it
    > not found all around us?
    >
    > R. H. Nigl
    > www.exoptica.com


    We don't know if dark matter exists on Earth around us.
    We only find it indirectly between galaxies because its mass.

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