What is dark matter?
Is it even real?
Astrophysicists theorize what it could be — what an ordeal!
Dark matter makes up 27% of the matter in the universe
But no one can see it,
So, where’s the proof that it exists?
Here are some clues if you permit it.
Scientists cannot see dark matter,
But there’s evidence that it bends light in space.
Dark matter affects the movement of stars
When scientists graph their predicted place.
Dark matter doesn’t interfere with electromagnetic forces:
We know this from many reliable sources.
Studying the properties of dark matter requires more time, inquiry, and innovation,
But it’s really important to do so, as it’s the key to understanding the universe’s formation.