Has dark matter finally been seen?

![This view of the gamma-ray sky is constructed from one year of Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) observations. The blue color includes the extragalactic gamma-ray background. The map shows the rate at which the LAT detects gamma rays with energies above 300 million electron volts — about 120 million times the energy of visible light — from different sky directions. Brighter colors represent higher rates.][1]In a new finding that could have game-changing effects if borne out, two astrophysicists think they’ve finally tracked down the elusive signature of dark matter.

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