Scientists have created the largest ever virtual universe.
NASA delivers detectors for Euclid mission that will examine the invisible phenomena of dark energy in space.
A recent study looks at the probability of dark matter being more fuzzy than cold.
For the first time, scientists managed to image intergalactic dark matter through gravitational lensing.
By combining images of distant galaxies located 4.5 billion light-years away, researchers now have photographic evidence of dark matter web that links galaxies together.
A new study suggests that dark energy does not exist, and therefore, 68 percent of the universe does not exist.
The proposed dark axion portal may be the connecting link between the visible and the dark universe.
Dark matter, which envelops the Universe by 84 percent today, was much smaller in the galaxies in the early Universe.
According to the world-renowned physicist, the "string theory" could have the potential to be a "Theory of Everything."
These signals are similar to those found in the Milky Way in 2014.
Dwarf galaxies may explain further the existence of dark matter and the ways to understand its presence.