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We cannot see the streams of dark matter forming a web across the sky, but unusual cross-shaped galaxies may mark where they intersect.
Recent sky surveys suggest that most of the universe's mass consists of clumps and filaments of invisible, flowing dark matter. Astronomers think galaxies often form at the intersection of two or more filaments, which act like colliding jets of water.