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    Default Quanta: missing dwarf galaxies are now in excess



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    Default Re: Quanta: missing dwarf galaxies are now in excess

    An interesting read, thank you for posting it
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    Default Re: Quanta: missing dwarf galaxies are now in excess

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabby76 View Post
    An interesting read, thank you for posting it
    There's a chance that one might get some insight into key unknown parameters of DM from the satellite galaxy formation rates. The rate of formation likely has at least weak dependencies on particle masses and self interaction.
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