Scientists from the University of California Irvine (UCI) have discovered the most lightweight galaxy ever, with a collection of 1,000 stars that may give new keys to study the mysterious dark matter.
Astronomers were able to determine the weight of around a dozen of the stars within the tiny galaxy, which has been named Segue 2. Scientists used Hawaii's Keck Observatory and explained that the finding adds support to theories about universe's creation.
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