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Eventually, answering the question of what dark matter actually is requires the synthesis of particle physics with astrophysics, the understanding of phenomena at the largest and the smallest scales in the same time. Supersymmetric Supersymmetric Dark MatterDark Matter 435 3. Supersymmetry Over the second half of the twentieth century, the standard model of particle physics became established as the theoretical framework describing everything that was known about particle physics. With the exception of gravity the standard model incorporates all the fundamental forces that have ever been observed: the electromagnetic, weak and strong forces.
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Historically, dark matter was proposed in order to explain a number of anomalous astrophysical observations in which the effects of gravity could not be accounted for by the measured mass of luminous matter. Initial evidence for dark matter came from the curious observation that outer parts of galaxies rotate faster than they should. In the seminal observations of Vera Rubin, the orbital velocities of stars were measured as a function of distance from the center of the Andromeda Galaxy (Rubin & Ford, 1970).
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