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Low-Mass Results from XENON1T

Low-Mass Results from XENON1T

Using the charge signal (S2) only, XENON1T places tight constraints on various low-mass dark matter models.

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Searching Particles with a Force Sensor

Searching Particles with a Force Sensor

KWISP Detector at CERN places tight constraints on hypothetical dark energy particle.

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PATRAS 2019 @ Freiburg

PATRAS 2019 @ Freiburg

The Freiburg group for Experimental Astroparticle Physics hosted the 15th edition of the international "PATRAS Workshop on Axions, WIMPs and WISPs" from June 3-7, 2019.

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XENON discovery makes Nature Cover Story

XENON discovery makes Nature Cover Story

The universe is almost 14 billion years old. An inconceivable length of time by human standards – yet compared to some physical processes, it is but a moment. There are radioactive nuclei that decay on much longer time scales. Using our XENON1T detector at the INFN Gran Sasso National Laboratory, we were able to observe the decay of Xenon-124 atomic nuclei for the first time, which is the observation of the rarest process ever measured.

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New result from XENON1T

New result from XENON1T

Most stringent result on WIMP dark matter ever.

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