Science and Technology

Detecting Dark Matter

Posted on: Mon 16 Sep 2019

Dark Matter by its nature is unseen, and physicists have not been able to detect and prove its existence.

So why do scientific bodies around the world believe that the universe is made up of Dark Matter?

Michael J. I. Brown, Associate Professor in Astronomy at Monash University joins Breakfast’s Zoe Kounadis and Tom Mann to explain what dark matter is, and what it means for the way we understand the universe.

Produced by Zak Stuart
Image Sourced: L. Calçada (CC BY 4.0)


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