Chinese satellite DAMPE has detected mysterious TeV (tera electron volt) information. So surprising is this spectral structure and a possibly related previously detected positron anomaly, that the international scientific collaboration team are even considering alternative exotic physical processes as possible sources because dark stuff theory is struggling to interpret the data.
DAMPE has directly detected a spectral break at ~0.9 TeV, with the spectral index changing from ~3.1 to ~3.9. The precise measurement of the cosmic ray electron and positron spectrum, in particular the flux declination at TeV energies, considerably narrows the parameter space of models such as nearby pulsars, supernova remnants, and/or candidates for particle dark matter that were proposed to account for the "positron anomaly" revealed previously by PAMELA and AMS-02
... Data also hint at the presence of spectral structure between 1 and 2 TeV energies - a possible result of nearby cosmic ray sources or exotic physical processes. Yet, more data are definitely required to explore this phenomenon.
First finding of China's DAMPE may shed light on dark matter research | phys.org
Looking through the Tera electron volt window
The mission will continue to study galactic cosmic rays up to ~10 TeV for electrons/gamma-rays and hundreds of TeV for nuclei, respectively. DAMPE data is expected to reveal new phenomena of the universe in the TeV window.
The spacecraft mission is called DArk Matter Particle Explorer but known in China as Wukong - Monkey King. They will be surprised by what they find and what it could mean through other exotic alternative theories, such as the Electric Universe theory, plasma cosmology or plasma based cosmology etc
Electromagnetic spectrum windows
The DAMPE mission is the first of five space science missions the Chinese have developed - two more will take place next year - one of which is being billed as the first quantum-communications satellite (its purpose is to see if photons sent from ground stations to the satellite can continue to be entangled with their Earthbound counterparts, which, if so, could eventually lead to a quantum network.)
The other mission will have the Chinese sending an X-ray telescope into orbit with unique energy band sensing capabilities—it will be used mostly to study radiation emitted from black holes.
China launches dark matter detecting satellite into orbit | phys.org