Even though the dark matter can not be observed, scientists believe that all those present in the universe hold about 80 percent.
A new study revealed a subtle brightness of the six galactic group, distributed almost exclusively to the dark matter.
Although dark matter can not be observed, scientists take up about 80 percent of those present in the universe.
The existence of this article occurred after the Swiss astronomer Fritz Zwicky measured the movement of galaxies in galaxine groups.
Therefore, the movement of galaxies was influenced by the gravitational force of something invisible. This composition was not a dark matter because it was believed to consist of ordinary material that did not reflect or reflect light.
According to the Canary Islands Astrophysics Institute (ICT), today the nature of the material varies widely and is a transparent exotic substance throughout the electromagnetic spectrum.
An article published in the Monthly Warning of the Royal Astronomical Society links the dark substance with introsumulatory light to a light that does not belong to any galactic, but is part of the global structure of the galaxy.
Mireya Montesin, a researcher from New South Wales University and Yale University, and Ignacio Trujillo, a researcher at the IAC and the La Laguna University (ULL), are based on six galactic clusters investigated by the research. News Space telescope.
The distribution of the mass of the dark matter for the development of the investigation has been rebuilt by the effects of the weight of the lens of the six groups of galaxies investigated by thousands of galaxies.
The mass of large gravitational objects that comprise the light emitted by distant galaxies is a complex process, which is a lens-like effect.
"When we see how the dark matter is smashed out of the group, we understand it's like an intracurricious light," said Montes.
Experts use the distance of Hausdorff to verify that both effects do not fit together, making marker a distinction between the two components that the smartphone uses on the face detection system.
"We compared the distribution of intracutorial light with the mass of dark matter and X-rays, while the first two are able to observe the data," Trujillo said.
The scientist said that for the first time there was something distributed as dark matter. This will allow lens maps to be reset to more precisely the galaxy groups, without being rebuilt.
The findings will allow the scientific community to advance in the understanding of the dark matter, and will open future doors for future research into other galaxy clusters.
"Determining the location of the dark matter will help to understand the origin of this lesser-known component of nature," Trujillo said.