Hubble Space Telescope image of UGC 12158, a “Grand Design” barred spiral (Sb D) galaxy, 384 million light years distant in the constellation Pegasus. With a distinct bar in its nuclear region and 140,000 light years in diameter, it is believed to be similar in size and structure to our home galaxy, the Milky Way.
Our article originally published on May 7, 2019: “Dark Matter – Chasing A Ghost That Doesn’t Exist“.
A new article in the latest edition of Physics supports our assertion as described in the original article, that Dark Matter does not exist and galactic rotation curves can be explained without any need for an invisible, undetectable particle or aspect of nature.
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