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What’s in the Milky Way? — 1 Comment

  1. Dr. Frye, Your post reminds me of the presentation you gave at the Faith and Astronomy Workshop. Thank you for taking the time to explain the (currently) unexplainable to us that is called dark matter. Of the many speculations of what dark might be, what hypotheses do you find compelling and which ones seem to be problematic? I recall a tv special that said it might be a parallel universe… Seemed to be a bit of a stretch to my untrained ears.

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