Dark matter can move out of a galaxy's centre as a result of star formation due to effect of 'dark matter heating'
Dark matter is believed to make up about 85 per cent of all the matter in the universe. Finding it, though, has been challenging
Faint starlight that lingers between massive clusters of galaxies could reveal universe's dark matter
Finding refutes many earlier studies that suggest that galaxies don't have much dark matter at the time of their birth
The experiment is currently underway at South Korea's Yangyang Underground Laboratory
Dr Jamie Farnes' theory suggests that dark energy and dark matter can possess 'negative mass' or 'negative gravity'
Cosmic event will not cause any disruption on Earth, say scientists
Dark matter holds the Universe together - and gravitational waves could help identify it
Statistical analysis of 740 of the brightest supernovas discovered since 2014 suggests scientists will need to look elsewhere for dark matter
The answers could be found at the edge of the galaxy
Multiverse theorists claim that dark matter has only a 'modest impact' on the creation of stars, planets and life
Discovery of dark matter should answer questions about the formation of the universe, claim scientists