Ramin Skibba
Freelance Journalist, San Diego

Ramin Skibba is an astrophysicist turned science writer and freelance journalist whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, Slate, Scientific American and Nature magazine, among others. He is based in San Diego.

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A section of the Andromeda galaxy M31, from the largest and most detailed image ever taken with the Hubble telescope. The full image shows more than 100 million stars stretching across more than 40,000 light years. Photo courtesy NASA, ESA, J Dalcanton, B F Williams, L C Johnson (University of Washington), the PHAT team and R Gendler

Essay/
Astronomy
Does dark matter exist?

Dark matter is the most ubiquitous thing physicists have never found: it’s time to consider alternative explanations

Ramin Skibba

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