I’m spending the week in Munich at the 12th international conference on topics in Astroparticle and underground physics (TAUP) conference. I have a new story published by New Scientist today from the conference:
“Antimatter enthusiasts will love it; dark matter hunters not so much. NASA's FERMI satellite has confirmed a previous hint that there is more antimatter than expected coming from space. The bad news is that the result almost certainly rules out dark matter as the source. ...”
To read the full story for free click here.
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