What Is Dark Matter, And Why Is It So Important?


Dark matter is a material that is believed to form a huge part of the universe, but which has never been seen.

NASA tells us that about 68% of this universe is dark matter.

Albert Einstein thought that the empty space is actually not nothing, predicting that space itself is a type of energy.

In this article, I am going to show you some interesting theories of how dark matter is cooperating on our living.

What Would The Universe Look Like Without Dark Matter?

According to a research, the universe would look a lot different without the dark matter.

This is because the expansion rate of the universe would’ve been much faster without dark matter.

Also, every galaxy in the visible Universe would be reachable, although we can’t right now with 97% of the galaxies in our Universe that are forever beyond our reach.


What Is Dark Matter? (NASA)

What Is Dark Matter? (Space.com)

Dark Matter Facts (Energy.gov)

What If There Was No Dark Matter?

What If There Was No Dark Matter? (Forbes)


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