What prediction based on simulation of the effects of dark matter interactions can be tested using the next generation of experiments like those that have been conducted by the COBE satellite?

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    Localized temperature deviations as small as 200 microkelvins in the microwave background temperature can be measured with an angular resolution of approximately 10 degrees.
     The cosmic background should display a pattern of well-defined holes corresponding to the presence of dark matter interference.
     The accuracy of measurements of the effective temperature of the cosmic background radiation can be extended to four significant digits.
     Localized temperature deviations as small as 200 microkelvins in the microwave background temperature can be measured with an angular resolution of approximately 0.5 degrees or better.
     The overall velocity of the solar system through space should produce an observable asymmetry in the effective temperature of the cosmic microwave background radiation.
asked Sep 20, 2012 in Astronomy by anonymous
    

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Localized temperature deviations as small as 200 microkelvins in the microwave background temperature can be measured with an angular resolution of approximately 0.5 degrees or better.
answered Sep 22, 2012 by SkyStar ~Expert~ (2,855 points)

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