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The mysterious particles of physics, part 2

The mysterious particles of physics, part 2

Update: 2022-07-114
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Episode 2: Lost in the Dark

Physics is getting a good understanding of atoms, but embarrassingly they’re only a minor part of the Universe. Far more of it is made of something heavy and dark, so-called dark matter. The scientists who discovered the Higgs boson ten years ago thought they’d also create dark matter in the underground atom smasher at CERN. But they haven’t seen it yet. Roland Pease joins them as they redouble their efforts at the upgraded Large Hadron Collider, and travels to Boulby Underground Laboratory inside Britain's deepest mine, where subterranean telescopes hope to see dark matter streaming through the Galaxy.

Image: CMS Beampipe removal LS2 2019 (Credit: Maximilien Brice/CERN)
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The mysterious particles of physics, part 2

The mysterious particles of physics, part 2

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