Thursday April 27th 2017

8 Ways Scientists Look at—But Don’t Yet See—Dark Matter

dark matter The hunt for dark matter is on, and scientists are looking for the mysterious stuff on Earth and in space. I wrote about recent efforts to detect dark matter for the July-August 2009 issue of Discover magazine.

Read the article here.

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