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'Unexpected events' found during world's most sensitive dark matter experiment
by Andrew Griffin
The Independent Translate This Article
18 June 2020
On 18 June 2020 The Independent reported:
'Unexpected' events have been detected at the world's most sensitive dark matter experiment. Researchers do not claim to have found dark matter, but they say that there is an as yet unexplained and unexpected rate of events found in data from the experiment, and that they do not know the source.
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The results come from the XENON collaboration, which brought together researchers from across the world who were attempting to detect dark matter. It did so using an experiment known as XENON1T, which was located deep underground in Italy.
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