Scientists ready dark matter search at Homestake lab
LEAD (AP) -- Scientists hoping to detect dark matter deep in a former South Dakota gold mine are hoping to flip the switch on their experiment next month.
Sanford Lab at Homestake science liaison director Jaret Heise tells the Black Hills Pioneer that scientists next week will begin cooling the Large Underground Xenon detector's xenon gas into a liquid form using liquid nitrogen.
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