Hubble Telescope Observations Highlight the Oddness of Dark Matter

Once again, scientists have realized that when it comes Dark matter, They are missing a piece or two of the puzzle.

Dark matter makes up more than a quarter of the universe, scientists have realized, but they have not yet learned how to see it directly. (Strange materials do not emit, absorb, or reflect light, hence the name.) So they turn to the effects they can see, such as a clump of dark matter There is a space around it, Our view of objects on the other side. But according to a new study, some small groups are distorting much more than space, which scientists expected.