Scientific American: Starless Galaxy Said Found

Astronomers announced yesterday that they have discovered what is believed to be the first dark galaxy ever detected, a starless mass of spinning matter located some 50 million light-years away in the Virgo cluster of galaxies.

Ahh -- It's that Virgo thing, trying to make it neat and clean. They'll probably find the stars in the closet and under the dark hole, just put there until after company leaves.


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