Non Baryonic Dark Matter with a Concentration on Cold Dark Matter from Supersymmetry

Ever since astronomers have been studying galaxies and their mass/luminosity relationship, there is clearly something wrong. There is a missing luminosity problem - there is a lot of non-luminous (about \(90 \%\)) matter in a galaxy. Possible dark matter candidates come from cold dark matter, warm dark matter, hot dark matter, and axions. After years of research, astronomers and physicists can rule out warm and hot dark matter, but cold dark matter and axions are both extremely probable candidates of dark matter. In this report, I will explain about all the different candidates of dark matter and their implications.