Last year, scientists revealed fast radio bursts may help solve the missing baryon problem. As the radiation from fast radio waves pass through clouds of hidden baryonic matter, the redder radio waves are more likely to get slowed than the bluer ones. By analyzing the different times at which redder and bluer signals from fast radio bursts reach Earth, researchers can estimate how much baryonic matter the radio waves passed through along the way.
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Still, it refused to block the law from going into effect for procedural reasons. And within a day, state legislators in Florida and elsewhere announced plans to introduce copycat legislation in their states. The kind of matter that makes stars, galaxies and planets and so on is called “baryonic” matter, because it is mostly made of particles known as baryons, which include the protons and neutrons that make up atomic nuclei.