Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer aboard ISS reveals tantalizing hints of dark matter

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This week, CERN scientists published an analysis of data from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), which has been riding aboard the International Space Station since 2011, which detects subatomic particles constantly bombarding Earth. They include positrons, also known as anti-electrons, exceedingly rare antimatter particles that can result from the breakdown of dark matter.

"AMS now unveiled data that no other experiment could ever record," said CERN spokesman Arnaud Marsollier.
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