Russian scientists find mysterious signals reaching the earth
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Dark matter can form strange cool stars in space, which may be responsible for "alien" signals observed on Earth, a recent study showed.
The study, conducted by a team of scientists at the Nuclear Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, found that the dark matter – which accounts for 80 percent of our universe but has never been detected – can be grouped together in "cold stars". The mysterious radio signals discovered by astronomers around the world.
According to the Daily Mail website, so far these strange signals have no known source, and some have suggested they are extraterrestrial messages.
Scientists have been able to simulate their computer models to learn how dark matter can interact around the edges of dwarf galaxies, the smallest galaxies in the known universe.
"In our work, we simulated the movement of quantum gas from light and dark matter particles," said Dimitri Levkov, lead author of the study. "The simulations showed that the dark matter might be lumped together in the form of invisible stars."
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