Since discovered last year, the origin of a disproportionate amount of extreme heavy elements in a dwarf galaxy has been a mystery. Could it be the work of an invisible hand?
Today’s paper takes a look at combined data from two different gamma-ray experiments in the search for the products of dark matter annihilation
What if I told you it was true? All of it.
We can’t study dark matter directly by our usual means of studying the cosmos: light. But dark matter leaves its fingerprints on the universe in other ways…
In a special particlebites cross-post, we cover the latest results in the search for a direct detection of dark matter from the LHC.
Today we use a new paper to revisit the possible dwarf galaxy discovered 90 kpc from the Milky Way.