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Dark Galaxies Could Explain How Stars Are Formed


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Orion Nebula

Unlike our galaxy, dark galaxies are nearly completely void of stars. An image of the Orion Nebula in the Milky Way.

Credit: Ye Aung Thung/AFP/Getty Images

Scientists may have identified up to six "dark galaxies," a finding that could help solve the mystery of how stars and galaxies are created.

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