dark matter

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(cosmology) a hypothetical form of matter that is believed to make up 90 percent of the universe

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As well as the Black matter, he sacked coaches John Fletcher and Peter Walton recently, citing wrong "chemistry" with the players - meaning it had all got too cosy.
If these men do not die well," warns a soldier in Shakespeare's Henry V, "it will be a black matter for the king that led them to it.
The clouds formed, then popped, disgorging hideous monsters - skeletal beings dragging pieces of purple and black matter that at one time might have been portions of their bodies; strings of eyeballs trailed behind them on the ground as they capered and slid down the pyre, eagerly grabbing at one of the humans still chained to the ground.
For five years, it will scrutinize stars, galaxies and quasars, search for black holes and study the so-called black matter that fills the cosmos.