Today’s classic paper predicts the formation of “cosmic pancakes” on the largest scales.
There’s a problem with dark matter, and two possible solutions: bright, luminous supernovae, or dark matter itself.
Move over, dinosaurs — the search for fossilized dark matter is the new trend in (galactic) geology.
Today’s guest post looks at the surviving galactic subhalos in simulations.
A satellite of Andromeda is missing an important ingredient — so where did it go?
The Fault in our Star (Populations): Solving the Multiple Stellar Populations Problem with Dark Matter
Globular clusters have puzzled astronomers with the presence of different distinct populations of stars; is dark matter a possible solution to this problem?