Dark Matter

Dark Matter is a form of matter that accounts for 30.1% of all matter in the Universe. Dark matter is thought to non-baryonic and made of undiscovered materials. Long known as "the missing mass" dark matter was infered in 1933 by Swiss American astronomer Fritz Zwicky and its existence was confirmed in the 1970s by Vera Rubin.

Fritz Zwicky

Vera Rubin

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