Antimatter, Dark Matter, and Helium

Antimatter, Dark Matter, and Helium
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A new measurement at CERN tells us something about the way particles travel through interstellar space. Which in turn may help a satellite on the International Space Station find evidence for Dark Matter.

One of the satisfying and sometimes wonderful things about science is the way information from very different experiments can combine to tell us something new. A couple of weeks ago Michael Winn, from the LHCb experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland, gave another example of how this can work.

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