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The Hidden Cosmos: Exploring the intriguing world of dark galaxies

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The recent discovery of dark galaxies, galaxies with sparse and faint stars, challenges conventional views on the formation and evolution of galaxies. Astronomers have found a galaxy composed solely of gas, unable to form stars due to its diffuse nature. Another small dark galaxy, named Nube, has stars spread thinly across a large volume. These findings offer insights into the nature of dark matter, which makes up most of the universe. The existence of dark galaxies prompts a reevaluation of the definition of a galaxy. Further research is needed to understand these discoveries fully.