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Dark Matter's effect on galaxy structure

The dark matter isn't directly responsible for the rotation of the Galaxy - that is a consequence of the initial angular momentum (or the angular momentum it has accrued during its formation). Dark ...
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The anomaly of spiral galaxies and the need for dark matter

Besides the fact that the central black holes really aren't all that massive compared to the galaxy, there is another more fundamental reason they can't explain the overly rapid revolution of the ...
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