Astronomers have to be extra clever to map out the invisible dark matter in the universe. Recently, a team of researchers have improved an existing technique, making it up to ten times better at seeing in the dark. Dark matter is frustratingly difficult to measure. It’s completely invisible: it simply doesn’t interact with light (or …
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