What are the distributions of atomic matter, dark matter, and dark energy in the universe?

1 Answer
Oct 21, 2015

Answer:

More Dark Energy.

Explanation:

All the Observable universe including everything around us in this world and every thing we can see far in the universe, Stars, Nebulae, Galaxies, Blackholes, Quasars, Neutron Stars and Everything else accounts for only 5% of the observable universe. Dark Matter which we do not understand what it is, most probably a WIMP(Weakly interaction Massive Particle) accounts for 28% of the universe, the rest is mysterious Dark Energy which is accelerating the expansion of the universe.