New Scientist recently ran a cover story on the possibility of a past encounter between the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies, satellite galaxy planes, and superfluid dark matter as a possible explanation of the MOND phenomenon. I was interviewed for the article a while ago and am quoted quite prominently in it, which is pretty cool.
When the article first appeared I was at a conference in a remote town in Austria, but luckily I could finally grab a copy to satisfy my curiosity when connecting in Heathrow on the way back. For you, that’s much simpler right now: until April 13, you can read this and all other New Scientist articles for free online if you register on their website. So go check it out: “Our Impossible Galaxy“.
Our galaxy’s impossible collision could break gravity, plus tiniest working genome and more https://t.co/3mrIcAVfim pic.twitter.com/4jMR1sJg1Y
— New Scientist (@newscientist) March 30, 2016