Scientists Say Space Is 

Filled with Invisible Walls

Small galaxies should be distributed

 around their host galaxies in seemingly random orbits.

Observations have found that these

 smaller galaxies arrange themselves in thin disks around their hosts, Vice reports, not unlike Saturn's rings.

Researchers are now trying to reconcile

 this gap by suggesting smaller galaxies may be conforming to invisible "walls" created by a new class of particles called symmetrons

The standard theory, known as the

 Lambda cold dark matter (Lambda-CDM) model suggests that the universe is made up of three key elements

That theory suggests that smaller

 galaxies should be captured by the gravitational pull of larger host galaxies and forced into chaotic orbits

Researchers have used to explain

 gaps in our knowledge of the cosmos, could generate this "force" to form "domain walls," or boundaries in space.

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