The first image Fermi caught of the Milky Way disk.

NASA’s Fermi Telescope has detected what seems to be one of the best pieces of evidence for the existence of dark matter. Things get more and more curious – have we found the smoking gun?

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The CDMS detector

There is a tantalising signal of a new particle at a detector called the CDMS. Scientists say that this might be the elusive dark matter particle. Do we finally have a dark matter candidate in our hand? Well, not yet!

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The recently released results of the Planck cosmic microwave radiation probe reveal a Universe which is, frankly, just a bit boring. Here’s looking at those results more closely.

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A massive experiment tracking thousands of quasars provides data which shows that the Universe is not only expanding, but accelerating. This is due to dark energy and this experiment will allow very precise measurements of various quantities.

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A dark matter galaxy, as far away as 10 billion light years, has been found, thanks to some diligent searching for an object expected in simulations. What more, this new object fits into the expected scheme of things!

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David Schlegel is a man with a mission. He and his team want to sample light from a huge number of galaxies to affirm that the Universe is accelerating and to measure that!

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An Italian Mathematician has said that Dark Matter is not important for explaining the anomalous rotation for spiral galaxies. Using a mathematical trick, he shows that General Relativity gives the proper values all by itself. And the fit is stunningly accurate!

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A recent study shows that dark matter is not in places it is expected to be in. What now for the super-successful cosmological model of ‘cold dark matter’?

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The Cresst Experiment has detected extremely strong signals for Dark Matter particles. The number of events is 67! This is the latest breaking news coming in from the Astroparticle and Underground Physics Conference at Munich, Germany.

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According to CERN physicist Hajdakovic, there is no need of dark matter to explain observations, if you assume that matter and anti-matter particles gravitationally repel. So, dark matter may be an illusion.

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