Unveiling the Dark-Matter Universe –“Tracers from the First Galaxies”

  The universe, perhaps surprisingly, is not comprised of galaxies randomly distributed throughout space; that is, it is not very homogeneous. Instead, its galaxies are clustered into distinct structures that harbor dark matter, typically gigantic filaments separated by vast voids—the “large-scale structure (LSS),” an architecture whose discovery and mappings were pioneered by Harvard-Smithsonian Center for … Continue reading Unveiling the Dark-Matter Universe –“Tracers from the First Galaxies”