A team led by astrophysicist Jewon Jesse Hahn of Harvard University wrote: "Here we show that a dark halo tilted in the same direction as a stellar halo can cause warp and glow in the galaxy disk with the same amplitude and direction as data." Astronomers were able to draw a detailed map of the fluctuations of the Milky Way by the Gaia Space Telescope, which mapped the positions and speeds of stars in the Milky Way with high accuracy.Astronomers found strong evidence of warp and glow, but the reason is still unclear, as the main explanation is interaction with another galaxy, the proposed explanations have not yet shown the cause of the twisting and glow, but last year, a team came to discover that the corona of the stars around the galaxy is also irregular, Scientists have done some modeling of the galaxy to reproduce the observed shape of the Milky Way, twisting, glow, and everything, and found that when the dark matter bubble tilts, the edges of the galaxy deform and glow, just as we see in Gaia telescope observations of the Milky Way. The researchers wrote: "This finding shows that the dark halo of the Milky Way was likely more tilted in the past and has fallen to its current value (~25 degrees) today."