One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A mysterious element; specifically a hypothetical substance to which a galactic radio emission at 1665 megahertz was formerly attributed, later identified as an exceptionally strong component of a set of four spectral lines emitted by hydroxyl radicals in interstellar space.
1960s. Either from myster- + -ium, or from classical Latin mystērium mystery.
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