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    Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the Andromeda and Perseus galaxies

    Variousmag
    Monday, July 8, 2019 Last Updated 2019-10-23T19:26:31Z
    Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the Andromeda and Perseus galaxies.

    And the signals’ spectrum (or light signature) does not match any known particle or atom.

    So astronomers are tentatively salivating over the prospect of a scientific breakthrough, as this phenomenon could just be the first tangible sign of dark matter.

    Dark matter—the elusive, invisible bulk that accounts for most of the mass in the universe—might be composed of sterile neutrinos, which may or may not exist depending on whom you ask.

    These theorized particles supposedly produce X-rays in their death throes, and such emissions could account for the unexplained surges from the center of the aforementioned galaxies.

    Furthermore, since the radiation emanates from the cores of the galaxies, it corresponds to areas of highly concentrated dark matter clumps.

    So while nothing is certain yet, this could be a momentous discovery that would greatly increase our understanding of a long-standing universal mystery.
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