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Where is something usually called "dark matter" found?

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AEverywhere in the universe
BOn an artist's palette
CRound the hydrothermal vents in the Mariana Trench
DIn the heart of a white dwarf star

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Explanation:
The present standard model of cosmology indicates that dark matter, not detectable directly but deduced by its effects, constitutes 84.5% of the total mass of the universe.
posted Dec 5, 2017 by anonymous

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