How Much Dark Matter Passes Through You?

The Universe, despite all the planets, stars, gas, dust, galaxies, and more we find within it, doesn't quite add up. On the largest cosmic scales, we find the same story everywhere we look: there isn't enough matter to account for the gravitational effects we observe. Matter clumps into a cosmic web; galaxy clusters grow to enormous sizes with fast-moving galaxies inside; individual galaxies rotate at large speeds that remain large all the way to their edges.

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