Astronomers Can't Agree on Galaxy Without Dark Matter

Some 60 million light-years from Earth, not too far from our local galactic neighborhood, a strange little galaxy is causing a cosmic stir. This little island universe holds far fewer stars than your average galaxy. But it's not the lack of stars that's surprising astronomers. The galaxy, nicknamed DF2, also seems to lack any significant amount of dark matter.

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