How much of space is dark matter?


How much of space is dark matter?

Dark Matter:

Dark matter is matter in the universe that does not interact with light or any wavelength of the electromagnetic spectrum. It is believed that dark matter provided scaffolding for normal matter to gather and combine to form solar systems and galaxies.

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Dark Matter & Gravitational Lensing


Chapter 4 / Lesson 9

Dark matter refers to materials and substances in the universe's mass that scientists are unable to directly observe. Learn about dark matter and gravitational lensing. Explore how communities are held together, and review gravity, dark matter, and clusters to understand dark matter from the perspective of gravitational lensing.

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