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Viewpoint: Cosmic Clues from Mini Clumps of Dark Matter

Author(s): David Parkinson Searches for ultracompact clumps of cold dark matter have come up empty, but these nondetections place new limits on the early expansion history of the Universe. [Physics 9, 110] Published Wed Sep 28, 2016
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