Discovery of a fast radio burst reveals ‘missing matter’ in the universe

An international research team used a combination of radio and optical telescopes to identify the precise location of a fast radio burst (FRB) in a distant galaxy, allowing them to conduct a unique census of the universe’s matter content. Their result confirms current cosmological models of the distribution of matter in the universe. —> Read More

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