Why Haven't We Detected Dark Matter in Solar System?

According to a large amount of evidence, the overwhelming majority of the Universe is made out of some mysterious type of mass that we've never directly measured. While protons, neutrons, and electrons — and for that matter, all the matter made out of particles from physics' Standard Model — make up the planets, stars, and galaxies we find throughout the Universe, they compose only 15% of the Universe's total mass.

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