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Dark matter is a huge mystery. This device is trying to detect it.
by Michael Greshko, photographs by Tony Luong
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5 October 2018
On 5 October 2018 National Geographic reported:
In an otherwise unassuming facility in northern Seattle, a supercooled tangle of tubes and wires is poised to remake the world. ... Meet the Axion Dark Matter eXperiment, or ADMX: the most sensitive scientific instrument of its kind ever built. If ADMX confirms the existence of its prey, a theoretical particle called the axion, it could finally explain the massive cosmic mystery of dark matter.
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