CERN hunts for Dark Matter particle

cern hunt dark matter particleCERN’s Large Hadron Collider has been redeveloped with its power doubled and next year it will fire up again to start looking for new physics like the Dark Matter particle.

When the world’s most powerful particle accelerator restarts next March, it will help in the quest for “new physics,” including the search for the particle constituting dark matter, the invisible energy that scientists hypothesize holds galaxies intact but has never been observed because it doesn’t absorb, reflect or emit light.
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