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12/21/2015 03:31 PM ID: 101441 Permalink   

China Joins the Hunt for Dark Matter

 

China announced on Friday that it has launched a new satellite that will search for high-energy particles and gamma-rays in order to learn more about dark matter.

"DAMPE satellite will observe the direction, energy and electric charge of high-energy particles in space in search of dark matter," Chang Jin, chief scientist on the "Wukong" project, says.

Dark matter is the invisible force believed to make up most of the matter in the universe.

 
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