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Interactive video lesson plan for: ¿Qué es la materia oscura?

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En este episodio discutimos la Materia Oscura, un tipo de materia exótica de la que sabemos muy poco, a pesar del hecho de que ¡representa alrededor del 80% de toda la materia en el universo!
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Este video es una traducción de "What is Dark Matter?"

Creado por Henry Reich - http://www.youtube.com/user/minutephysics

Traducido por Ever Salazar http://www.youtube.com/user/EverST88

Tagged under: Materia Oscura,gravedad,galaxias,corrimiento al rojo,MinutoDeFisica,MinutePhysics,Español,Física,Minuto,Materia Visible,Tono,Efecto Doppler,minuto,Ciencia,estrellas

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