January 4, 2020
The astrophysics claims that 96% of the total amount of matter in the universe is the so-called dark matter. It cannot be identified with any observable cosmic bodies.The astrophysicists called her the dark because she is invisible. Her participation in the gravitational interactions between the stars and the star clusters is also not noticed. The astrophysics determines her existence by the background radiation of radio waves. This radiation is detected by the radio telescopes at the wavelengths of about 7.35 cm.
Besides this, it reliably nothing is known about. The share of baryonic matter is not more than 4% of all matter of the Universe (the baryonic matter consists mainly of the heavy elementary particles - the neutrons and the protons). It is also believed that the dark matter contains the dark energy. The science knows even less about the dark energy than about the dark matter.
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