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South African physicists unveil breakthrough research on mysterious dark matter

South African physicists unveil breakthrough research on mysterious dark matter

TWO South African physicists, Professor Deepak Kar and his former PhD student Sukanya Sinha, have spearheaded a fresh approach to researching dark matter, a long-standing puzzle among physicists globally, according to the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits). According to the South African university, the study is critical because it offers a new way to research dark matter, which “has been a question that high-energy and astrophysicists around the world have been investigating for decades.” Physics.org describes dark matter as a component recognised solely by its gravitational pull rather than its luminosity. Theorised almost a century ago, dark matter is believed…
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