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Dark Matter: Did we just hear the most exciting phrase in science?

A new analysis shows a surprisingly simple relationship between the way galaxies move, and the distribution of ordinary matter within them. Unexpectedly this seems to hold however much mysterious dark matter they contain. That’s funny. On 25 August 2003, a Delta II rocket launched the Spitzer Space Telescope into a orbit from Cape Canaveral, Florida. It went into orbit trailing the Earth around the Sun, and began been making precise observations of hundreds of galaxies.
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