Technology.org 2013.10.31 08:07
After its first run of more than three months, operating a mile underground
in the Black Hills of South Dakota, a new experiment named LUX has proven
itself the most sensitive dark matter detector in the world.
"LUX is blazing the path to illuminate the nature of dark matter," says
Brown University physicist Rick Gaitskell, co-spokesperson for LUX with
physicist Dan McKinsey of Yale University.
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