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China's quantum satellite.
China Plans on Making Major Breakthroughs in Space Science

Visitors view a model of the large sky area multi-object fiber spectroscopic telescope (LAMOST) at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center on Oct. 13, 2006.
Chinese Telescope Obtains Data on 7 Million Stars

Dark matter is present in 27 percent of our observable universe.
Scientists currently building best technology for detecting dark matter

LUX is installed at the center of 72,000 gallon tank filled with deionized water. The water along with the photomultiplier tubes seen lining the tank act together as veto system, ruling out false positive signals.
Not Over Yet? World's Most Sensitive Dark Matter Detector Finds Nothing After 20 Months

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This is a section of the three-dimensional map constructed by BOSS. The rectangle on the far left shows a cut-out of 1000 sq. degrees in the sky containing nearly 120,000 galaxies, or roughly 10% of the total survey.
Biggest Map of the Universe Revealed with 1.2 Million Galaxies

The CMS and ATLAS detectors of CERN's Large Hadron Collider.
Large Hadron Collider Might Have Detected a New Fundamental Particle

This Caltech FIRE (Feedback in Realistic Environments) simulation from shows the predicted distribution of stars (left) and dark matter (right) around a galaxy like the Milky Way.
'Dead Galaxy' Could Contain Highest Amount of Dark Matter Ever

A ghostly ring of dark matter is seen in a galaxy cluster designated Cl 0024+17.
Highest Content Of Dark Matter Found In Dead Galaxy

China is set to launch by mid-December its Dark Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) Satellite developed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
China’s Dark Matter Satellite Ready for Blast-off in Mid-December

China is set to launch a series of scientific satellites this and next year to conduct probe on space particles and other phenomena.
China Prepares for Launching of Scientific Satellites This Year

Many experts, including Nobel Prize laureate Yang Zhenning, believe that more ventures into space could lead to further understanding of dark matter.
Chinese Dark Matter Probe to Orbit Earth

Flaring, active regions of our sun are highlighted in this new image combining observations from several telescopes. High-energy X-rays from NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) are shown in blue; low-energy X-rays from Japan's Hinode spa
Blazing, Psychedelic X-ray Image of Sun Revealed by NuStar

Many experts, including Nobel Prize laureate Yang Zhenning, believe that more ventures into space could lead to further understanding of dark matter.
Chinese Scientists to Launch Dark Matter Probe Later This Year

Protons collide at 13 TeV sending showers of particles through the CMS detector
First Images: Large Hadron Collider Smashes New Energy Record at 13 TeV

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Dark Matter Could Have Caused Earth’s Mass Extinctions Every 26 Million Years, Killed the Dinosaurs

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