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外围体育投注I am probably missing something but why are we sure that Dark Matter exists and not that our universe just didn´t reach equilibrium yet? Like when you introduce matter (gas) into a Vacuum chamber, then it would speed up until it reaches the edges of the chamber and reaches equilibrium.

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The branch of astronomy concerned with the physical nature of stars and other celestial bodies, and the application of the laws and theories of physics to the interpretation of astronomical observations.
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