Antiproton count hints at dark matter annihilation

New analyses of data from Space Station’s AMS experiment show signs of elusive cosmic mass

AMS experiment

ANTIPROTON ODDITY Two teams of researchers report possible signs of dark matter in data from the AMS experiment on the International Space Station (shown). Some of the antiprotons detected by AMS could have come from dark matter particles annihilating one another in space.

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