Sending atomic clocks close to the sun could reveal the mysteries of dark matter

Sending atomic clocks close to the sun could reveal the mysteries of dark matter

Sending atomic clocks close to the sun could reveal the mysteries of dark matter

A new study has found that space probes that fly close to the sun could one day help discover the nature of dark matter.

Dark matter it is an invisible and largely intangible substance that scientists estimate is about five-sixths of all matter in the universe. Although dark matter has not been directly observed, its existence is indicative of its gravitational influence on the motions of stars and stars galaxies. However, what dark matter might consist of remains a mystery.

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