At the moment, we use the Lambda cold matter model to understand our space. This model says that small galaxies revolve in chaotic orbits of large galaxies. But according to the new study, in fact, many of the smaller galaxies that orbit larger galaxies are held in a thin flat disc-like shape similar to the rings of the planet Saturn. These systems can only exist if there are invisible walls in space that would challenge the lambda model.
In other words, these small satellite galaxies are pulled into flat panels by the gravity of the larger galaxies. Whereas the lambda model says that they live in scattered orbits of large galaxies. These smaller galaxies have been observed to orbit in sync with our own Galaxy, the Milky Way, and neighboring galaxies. However, this new study by researchers at the University of Nottingham has given a new explanation. this pre-print server arXiv available through. They call it the First Potential New Physics Explanation. It suggests that symmetricrons can create invisible walls in space.
Still this study is only a proof of concept. To prove that walls exist in space, scientists must first prove that symmetrons exist. This will require NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, which should be ready for scientific observation this summer.