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X-Ray Glow Is Evidence Of Missing Matter


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#1    News-Bot

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Posted 26 November 2002 - 09:49 AM

Posted By Saruman on Tuesday, November 26 2002

Subject: X-Ray Glow Is Evidence Of Missing Matter

The spectral glow of an oxygen isotope from three clusters of galaxies might be proof that hot gases there account for a large fraction of the previously unseen matter in the universe.

Using the European Space Agency's XMM/Newton Observatory, a team led by Dr. Jelle Kaastra at the Space Research Organization of the Netherlands identified warm gas around the centers of three massive cosmological structures as oxygen VII, giving a relatively precise reading of the temperatures found in those regions.

Results of this research will be published in Astronomy & Astrophysics (The on-line version is at: http://xxx.lanl.gov/abs/astro-ph/0210684).

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Posted 26 November 2002 - 01:37 PM

Excellent find SaRuMaN. These discoveries are amazing!

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Posted 01 December 2002 - 09:57 AM

Yeah thats pretty cool, but i gave my self a headache trying to understand the scientific link (it's early and my brain hadn't figured out it couldn't speak scientist, until it was too late and my head began to hurt :D )

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