Scientists have discovered dark matter near the Sun

11.08.2012

Announced the opening of a unique international research group, University of Zurich Switzerland, ITAR-TASS reported. The sun, which is entirely dependent on the biological life on Earth, surrounded by mysterious dark matter.


"We are 99 percent sure that the dark matter is in the vicinity of the Earth and the Sun is" — said one of the leaders of Professor Sylvia Garbar. This conclusion was made by scientists on the basis of the latest mathematical model that takes into account the distribution of mass in many galaxies. Back in the 30's of last century Dutch astronomer Jan Oort proposed that the density of matter in the areas of space, directly adjacent to the Sun, twice higher than it can be derived from the ratio of gravitational fields, which are about the star's light.

Now scientists have found that this assumption is true — the sun envelops the invisible dark matter, increasing the mass of the respective zones. Modern science says that the dark or dark matter accounts for about 70 percent of the mass of the universe. The peculiarity of this type of material is that it does not provide electromagnetic radiation and do not interact with it. As a result, the available devices are not able to conduct direct observation of dark matter. However, without it the universe would not exist in its present form and broke up, according to science.

Another axiom is that near the Earth's dark matter does not exist, because our planet is on the periphery of the Milky Way — the galaxy that contains the Solar System. Now scientists from the University of Zurich have found that dark energy is in close proximity to the Earth. It is not clear whether the dark matter and the associated dark or hidden dark energy effect on a person, and if so, which one.

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