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No, the galactic magnetic field is very weak, about 0.1nT. It is able to bend the trajectory of highly-energetic charged particles and also to align dust grains across the magnetic field. However, is too weak to affect the rotation of a galaxy. Although the origin of galactic magnetic field is not clear yet, the supermassive black holes do not ...


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If you read an article that presents a hypothesis on dark matter and dark energy, that is about as much as you will find right now. No one on this planet knows what they are. We only know from the behavior we see in the cosmos that there must be something we cannot detect out there influencing the movement of the heavens. If you read and understand ...



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