Destroy the universe dark energy

expansion of the universe is accelerating all, never stops, and in the end it will turn into a lifeless space.This was stated by astronomers solve the mystery of the mysterious cosmic matter, the so-called dark energy, the magazine reports Science.Rasshirenie universe is accelerating all, never stops, and in the end it will turn into a lifeless space.This was stated by astronomers solve the mystery of the mysterious cosmic matter, the so-called dark energy, reports the journal Science.

new discovery could make through the study of one of the largest star cluster located in the constellation Virgo.Having reviewed his pictures made telescope Hubble and installations of the European Space Observatory in Chile, a group of NASA experts found that due to the extremely large mass of this cluster of matter has a significant gravitational influence on the rays of light passing by it to Earth from more distant objects.It bends space and time, like a normal lens, the experts found.

According to astronomers, the

invisible dark energy, contributing to the recession of galaxies, is 72% of the space substance.Another 24% - the same invisible to surveillance equipment dark matter exerts on stars and galaxies "normal" gravitational influence.Thus, humanity sees only 4% of the universe, experts say.The findings, they add, gives all grounds to say that the universe will continue to grow indefinitely.

On the possibility of the existence of dark energy first began 12 years ago, when the acceleration of the expansion of space has been proven and open the anomaly associated with the "dispersion" of galaxies and clusters of galaxies in different directions despite the action of gravitational forces.To explain this behavior is based on the known properties of substances - planets, stars, galaxies, nebulae and other cosmic objects - was impossible.Therefore, scientists have suggested that there is an additional substance that does not interact with any type of electromagnetic radiation, and therefore not visible in telescopes.