Supercomputers Pitch in to Search for Missing Matter - Universe Today
I know, I know, you’re probably getting sick of hearing this. Astronomers have no idea what 95% of the Universe is; 70% is dark energy, and 25% is dark matter, leaving a mere 5% normal matter. But it gets worse. Astronomers can only actually account for about 60% of that regular matter (hydrogen, helium and … Continue reading "Supercomputers Pitch in to Search for Missing Matter"