Institute of Astronomy

A dark matter: seeing the invisible

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Rupert Allison18 January 2017
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Astronomers use light to observe, discover and learn about the universe. Planets, stars and galaxies glow brightly in the night sky, but the cosmos is also filled with dark matter, a mysterious substance that simply doesn’t shine at all. So how do we know it is there? How can we see something that is invisible? Come along, bring your family and friends, and find out!

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