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Missing dark matter in dwarf galaxies?

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I will show a selection of results from A Project Of Simulating The Local Environment (APOSTLE), a recent suite of zoom-in simulations of cosmological regions chosen to match constraints on the mass and kinematics of the Local Group of galaxies. I will focus on our attempts to address the so-called small-scale problems of cosmology: missing satellites, too-big-to-fail, the plane of satellites, cusp-core and the closely related, newly proposed ‘missing dark matter’ problem.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Galaxies Discussion Group series.

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