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. ...”
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