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Re: Re: Re: Re: Center Galaxy Black Hole?

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Posted by silverana on November 26, 2000 08:03:02 UTC

dark matter aparently is sth we still dont have the ability to prove ... i think black holes r made up of normal matter, but they appear black only coz of the fact that light is unable to escape its event horizon, dark matter however r naturally invisible ... so i guess there would b a conspicous difference between the two .... but then again, noone has yet proved the existence of darkmatter ... who knows ... maybe the 'lost' matter r just out there, too far away for us to detect ie: darkmatter dont exist at all ......

nevertheless, the universe would b a lot mroe interesting if they DO exist!

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