Dark energy … in a dark matter detector?

La cuve de xénon liquide du laboratoire souterrain de Gran Sasso

In June 2020, Discovery of interesting additional events in data collected as part of the XENON1T experiment Created a special madness in the world of physics. International cooperation aimed at expelling dark matter inside a particle detector in Gran Sasso, Italy, indicated that imaginary and hitherto undetected particles had been found: Solar axes, Elementary particles are predicted but never observed, as their name implies, produced by the sun. Although solar axons are not directly considered candidates for dark matter, they are other types of axes, so finding one would be a big step.

One year later, Axion Theory came to the fore on September 15, 2021, with its publication in the Journal. Physical Review d, A new interpretation of this data by a team of theoretical physicists at the University of Amsterdam, Cambridge, Hawaii, and Paris-Sacle. They claim that there are too many solar axons to produce the observed signal. In short, if the model involving the axes were correct, the largest stars would produce a lot of energy in the form of axes and have a much shorter lifespan than we know. So there is a bone. That is why the first author of the article, Sunny Wagnosi and his colleagues suggested another scenario, which is not exciting: the signal energy found can be matched to particles that carry energy like energy.

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