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Young undergrad finds universe's missing mass

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  • As far as I can see, some of the "missing mass" has been detected in filaments. Unlike Jocelyn Bell (who had to wire up the radiotelescope and hand-analyse the data) this student took already existing equipment and made some measurements. Then someone else confirmed the result.

    I expect she's a very bright student. And early luck is important to scientific success. But otherwise this article makes me think of "Colonial cringe" - that everything in Australia has to be wonderful. It's a little bit like the guy

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