What is the role of Dark matter in the universe, and are there any alternatives to explain the phenomena we see? Today’s bite explores one such theory.
It’s difficult to tell how the individual stars of a galaxy rotate. What can we find out just from their metal content?
A newly discovered stellar stream may be the long-searched for tidal debris from the Milky Way’s largest globular cluster.
Can an unexplained signal found inside multiple galaxy clusters tell us something about dark matter? Find out about a tantalising indirect detection by X-ray astronomers.
The discovery of a second dark matter deficient galaxy by van Dokkum et al. has caused the debate on galaxies lacking dark matter to resurface.
Today’s paper makes predictions for the yet-to-be-observed dwarf galaxy population around Andromeda’s satellite galaxy, M33. It provides scientific justification for a future mission with WFIRST.