Observing Dark Worlds Project Overview Figure 1. Rendered Images from Our Training Dataset. Dmh Are Shown as Red Circles with Arbitrary Radius and Galaxies as White Ellipses

Abstract

Galaxies are elliptical in nature, but we assume this property to be inherently random across all space, such that the total ellipticity with respect to a given point averages out to zero. A DMH between us and the observed galaxies will bend space-time, forcing the galaxies to appear to have a different ellipticity than they actually do. This phenomenon is… (More)

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@inproceedings{Aguilar2012ObservingDW, title={Observing Dark Worlds Project Overview Figure 1. Rendered Images from Our Training Dataset. Dmh Are Shown as Red Circles with Arbitrary Radius and Galaxies as White Ellipses}, author={Alvaro Diaz Aguilar and Sebastian Echegaray}, year={2012} }