Is Galaxy Cluster IDCS J1426 one of the most distant and earliest?
Galaxy Cluster IDCS J1426.5+3508 (IDCS 1426 for short) is yet another group of extragalactic objects that challenges mainstream astronomers. Because of their interpretation of observations made with NASA’s “Great Observatories”, under the assumption that gravity is the dominant force in the Universe, they have to once again imbue the objects with exotic properties that do not even readily fit into their own models of the Universe. They do not begin to consider the tremendous role […]
2016: The year of the missing dark matter
For years researchers have tried to detect dark matter and failed and this past year was no exception. Dark matter is made of elusive particles that supposedly make up approximately 27% of all matter and over five times the amount of normal matter in the known universe. The concept of dark matter came about almost fifty years ago when astronomers discovered that the stars and gas in the galaxies they observed all rotated around their galactic centers at […]
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