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Spring cleaning in the Early Universe — 3 Comments

  1. Galactic phase component establishment other than detected
    dust particles, ionic gas and neutral gas media
    will have to await instrumentation availability in corresponding spectral regions.
    The Milky Way dust at 1 billion solar mass is about .001 of the Milky Way mass
    which is composed of about 95% dark matter.
    Something is missing.

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