Earth-mass dark-matter haloes as the first structures in the early Universe

@article{Diemand2005EarthmassDH,
  title={Earth-mass dark-matter haloes as the first structures in the early Universe},
  author={J{\"u}rg Diemand and Ben Moore and Joachim Stadel},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2005},
  volume={433},
  pages={389-391}
}
  • Jürg Diemand, Ben Moore, Joachim Stadel
  • Published in Nature 2005
  • Physics, Medicine
  • The Universe was nearly smooth and homogeneous before a redshift of z = 100, about 20 million years after the Big Bang. After this epoch, the tiny fluctuations imprinted upon the matter distribution during the initial expansion began to collapse because of gravity. The properties of these fluctuations depend on the unknown nature of dark matter, the determination of which is one of the biggest challenges in present-day science. Here we report supercomputer simulations of the concordance… CONTINUE READING

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