What objects make up the majority of observable matter in galaxies?

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Oct 13, 2015

Answer:

Everything you see whether it's around you or through the hubble telescope 14 Billion years further..all accounts for roughly 5% of the universe.

Explanation:

Observable universe including this planet and everything in it, every atom and all other planets, stars, galaxies, quasars, planetary nebulae, protostars and every subatomic particle in these objects accounts for only 5% of the universe... the rest 28% is Dark Matter and 68% is Dark Energy.