News Release 11-074 - Video
Physicists are using the most sensitive detector yet, the XENON100, to try to glimpse dark matter.
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Dark matter has so far foiled most means of detection, but researchers are continuing to pursue its mysteries. They're using the most sensitive detector yet, called XENON100, to try to glimpse the particles. See how it works in this video.
Credit: National Science Foundation