NASA: Solar System, Earth May Be Surrounded by Mysterious Hairy Dark Matter

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Dark matter is an invisible, mysterious substance

This illustration shows Earth surrounded by theoretical filaments of dark matter called “hairs.” (NASA image)

(NASA) – According to NASA The solar system might be a lot hairier than we thought.

The above illustration shows Earth surrounded by theoretical filaments of dark matter called “hairs.”

Dark matter is an invisible, mysterious substance that makes up about 27 percent of all matter and energy in the universe. The regular matter, which makes up everything we can see around us, is only 5 percent of the universe.

The rest is dark energy, a strange phenomenon associated with the acceleration of our expanding universe.

The data on hairy dark matter is based on a study by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Gary Prézeau that appeared in a 2015 article in the Astrophysical Journal.

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