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A New Dark Matter Hurricane Is Predicted To Collide With Earth

A New Dark Matter Hurricane Is Predicted To Collide With Earth
George Davis
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At the moment, the scientists have been able to find out that a dark matter hurricane will run into the Earth in the next few months. This may panic everyone but as per the space geologists, there is no reason to worry it is going to give our Universe a new dimension.

The astronomers have concluded that the speeding matter will slam into the Earth passing the Milky Way without causing any excessive damage. The lookout for the mystifying particle comprising the dark matter can be detected using the hurricane as the baton. The Milky Way has a number of stars or stellar spreading across which were once clusters or dwarf galaxies. The collision with our galaxy may have resulted in its disruption and letting off many orbiting stars encircling the galactic center. The S1 is one such stellar crossing our Solar System that had been discovered by the Gaia satellite belonging to the European Space Agency. Our Solar System is expected to speed at 230 kilometers per second through the outer reaches of the Milky Way and flying passed the dark matter. According to University of Zaragoza researchers, the dark matter speeds 500km/s which double and gives an excellent choice to identify the dark matter.

The researchers are assuming the dark matter to be comprising of axions (hypothetical elementary particles), weakly-interacting massive particles (WIMPs), and gravitationally interacting massive particles (GIMPs). As the previously detected S1 stellar stream had passed the Solar System directly, the dark matter hurricane is also expected to pass the similar path and be detected by the stream of detectors placed on the globe for the hypothetical particles capture. The current information assures no dark matter identification through the S1 stream’s WIMP detectors. However, there are chances that the axionic dark matter can be detected. The dark matter in question is considered to make up 80-90% of the Universe and thus its composition is definitely going to change our perception towards the Universe. This new matter is surely going to be mindboggling. NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has recently been able to study the ‘Oumuamua matter, the first interstellar object known to visit our solar system in terms of dimension, speed dust, structure, reflective surface, gassing out, and others in detail. It is something the researchers will have to keep checking on.

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