missing universe

According to astro-boffins at the Royal Astronomical Society and star gazers at University of Hawaii, part of our universe is definitely missing, in fact up to 20% of it, or a 1.8 billion light year diameter area, or 10,000 galaxies! So who is the light-fingered universal thief? Surely this is a job for Sherlock Holmes, who was quoted as saying, “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth!” So was our 20% gobbled up by dark matter, or perhaps the 10,000 galaxies were never there in the first place?


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