Cold dark matter, the structure of galactic haloes and the origin of the Hubble sequence


A popular theory for galaxy formation holds that the Universe is dominated by exotic particles such as axions, photinos or gravitinos (collectively known as cold dark matter, CDM)1–3. This hypothesis can reconcile the aesthetically pleasing idea of a flat universe with the standard theory of primordial nucleosynthesis and with upper limits on anisotropies… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/317595a0


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