Dark matter found? Gamma rays at centre of Milky Way promise clue to mystery of universe

Scientists in Boston have released an image which they say could be the first time dark matter has ever been captured on a Nasa telescope.

The new study of gamma rays captured by the US space agency's Fermi apparatus picked up a signal which "cannot be explained by other alternatives" - meaning that by process of elimination what we are seeing has a high chance of being the elusive substance.

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