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Seeking dark matter, they detected another mystery
by Dennis Overbye
The New York Times Translate This Article
17 June 2020
On 17 June 2020 The New York Times reported:
A team of scientists hunting dark matter has recorded suspicious pings coming from a vat of liquid xenon underneath a mountain in Italy. They are not claiming to have discovered dark matter -- or anything, for that matter -- yet. But these pings, they say, could be tapping out a new view of the universe.
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If the signal is real and persists, the scientists say, it may be evidence of a species of subatomic particles called axions -- long theorized to play a crucial role in keeping nature symmetrical but never seen -- streaming from the sun.
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