Masterhead

Thank you for visiting berkeley.gate2bay.com. Fill in the form below:

Name/Corp.:

E-mail:

Subject:

Message:

Dark Matter Less Influential in Galaxies in Early Universe

Published Wednesday March 15

University of California, Berkeley, USA, N.M. Förster Schreiber Max-Planck-Institut für…

VLT observations of distant galaxies suggest they were dominated by normal matter

Completely new observations indicate that colossal star-forming galaxies during the peak epoch of galaxy formation, ten billion years ago, were dominated by baryonic or “normal” matter. This is in stark contrast to present-day galaxies, where the effects of mysterious dark matter seem to be much greater.

Now, an international team of astronomers led by Reinhard Genzel at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics in Garching, Germany have used the

Article length: About 1350 words.
Tags: Berkeley City Major
Read more at ESO

google-468x60a

Share This Post

DeliciousDiggGoogleStumbleuponRedditTechnoratiYahooBloggerMyspaceRSS

selfad-writeart-b