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Astronomy: The largest atlas of dark matter reinforces doubts about the Standard Model

Astronomy: The largest atlas of dark matter reinforces doubts about the Standard Model

The latest three -dimensional map of the distribution of the dark matter and substance in space has been largely confirmed by previous theories, but it raises doubts about the standard model of cosmology due to a decisive deviation. تم الإعلان عن ذلك الآن من قبل فرق البحث من جامعة هاواي وشيكاغو. Their work joins the increasing list of evidence that something is missing in the theory and development of the universe. Regardless, their precise measurement in particular confirmed the basic assumptions, such as that there are about six times the amount of dark matter in the universe that we know.

How do Explain the differenceAccording to theories, matter spread out through the universe after its formation 13 billion years ago, forming “lumps” in the process. According to the data now collected, the universe is less “clumpy” than the “best models” would suggest. At the same time, this fits with other data that have also raised doubts about these models. There seems to be “a little less fluctuation” in the current universe than expected, Astronomer Eric Baxter explains the discovery. Because their data is so accurate and robust, they have a particularly compelling indication that we are about to find holes in the Standard Model of cosmology.

The data that is now evaluated about the distribution of the material comes from the Dark Sky Energy and the Antarctic Telescope. Using two sources, you don’t just reduce the risk of a mistake, but also have more data available in general. The team evaluated the measurements of gravitational lenses, that is, the huge objects that clearly distort the light on its way to us. This not only measures the distribution of the visual material, but also measures the distribution of the dark matter, which is still theoretically described. إنه القياس الأكثر دقة حتى الآن ، معروض في ثلاث مقالات In the scientific journal Physical Review D.

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The so-called Standard Model of cosmology shows how the universe has evolved or should have evolved since the universe. Analytics has raised doubts about aspects of this for a while, always with regard to ‘clumping’. If this evidence continues to prove, it may indicate that the model has weaknesses in general when it comes to backward computation. The improvements to the model likely to be necessary in this case could help, among other things, to better understand the nature of dark matter. This is one of the great mysteries of contemporary physics.


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