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New sky survey shows that dark energy may one day tear us apart

The best cosmic map yet of the universe’s make-up finds 24 per cent less dark matter than we thought and could call for a rewrite of physics

Cosmological Models Proven Correct by Dark Energy Survey

While we cannot directly observe dark matter and dark energy, we know these are the driving force behind the universe's expansion. To test the predictions made by the standard model of cosmology, scientists needed to observe a huge number...Show More Summary

New Map Of The Universe Probes The Enduring Mystery Of Dark Matter

One of science’s most enduring mysteries was the subject of a new map of the Universe that was released earlier this week. The product of over five years of intense study by The Dark Energy Survey (DES), the map is the most accurate yet of the substance. Show More Summary

Dark Energy Survey: Most Accurate Map of Recent Universe Unveiled by Scientists

Map is in line with measurements predicted by the Standard Model—currently our best explanation for the universe.

Dark Energy Probe of 26 Million Galaxies --"Confirms the Prevailing 'Big Bang' Model of the Cosmos" (Today's 'Galaxy'Stream)

“While Planck looked at the structure of the very early universe, the Dark Energy Survey (DES) has measured structures that evolved much later,” said Daniel Gruen, a NASA Einstein postdoctoral fellow at the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology...        

Standard model of the universe withstands most precise test by Dark Energy Survey (Update)

Astrophysicists have a fairly accurate understanding of how the universe ages: That's the conclusion of new results from the Dark Energy Survey (DES), a large international science collaboration, including researchers from the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, that put models of cosmic structure formation and evolution to the most precise test yet.

Standard model of the universe withstands most precise test by Dark Energy Survey

(DOE/SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Astrophysicists have a fairly accurate understanding of how the universe ages: that's the conclusion of new results from the Dark Energy Survey (DES), a large international science collaboration,...Show More Summary

Dark Energy Survey reveals most accurate measurement of universe's dark matter

(DOE/Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory) Dark Energy Survey scientists have unveiled the most accurate measurement ever made of the present large-scale structure of the universe. These measurements of the amount and 'clumpiness' (or...Show More Summary

Dark Energy Survey reveals most accurate measurement of dark matter structure in the universe

Imagine planting a single seed and, with great precision, being able to predict the exact height of the tree that grows from it. Now imagine traveling to the future and snapping photographic proof that you were right.

Our clumpy cosmos

The Dark Energy Survey reveals the most accurate measurement of dark matter structure in the universe. Imagine planting a single seed and, with great precision, being able to predict the exact height of the tree that grows from it. Now...Show More Summary

Dark Energy Survey reveals most accurate measurement of dark matter structure in the universe

New result rivals precision of cosmic microwave background measurements, supports view that dark matter and dark energy make up most of the cosmos   Imagine planting a single seed and, with great precision, being able to predict the exact height of the tree that grows from it. Show More Summary

Dark Energy Survey discovers potential new dwarf planet

Thanks to scientists on the Dark Energy Survey (DES), the solar system just got another member.

Dark Energy Survey discovers potential new dwarf planet

DeeDee, a potential new dwarf planet at the edge of our solar system, was discovered in one of DES’ many analyses of faraway galaxies.

Largest-ever map of 1.2 million galaxies measures dark energy

A decade-long survey of galaxies in the universe has revealed the crispest measurements yet of how dark energy drives the expansion fo the universe

The Most Beautiful Sights in Space Get an Art Exhibition

At Fermilab Art Gallery, cosmology collaborative The Dark Energy Survey shows off their images of space in the name of art.

Art of Darkness

The Dark Energy Survey’s art show offers a glimpse of the expanding universe. Imagine a clear night in the mountains, away from glaring city lights. In the sky, gleaming speckles from distant stars cascade into the bright streams of the Milky Way. Show More Summary

NASA to Launch New WFIRST Telescope Project Aimed at Studying Dark Matter

NASA (US National Aeronautics and Space Administration) plans to launch its new Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) in the mid-2020s to study dark energy and matter.

Exploring the dark universe with supercomputers

Next-generation telescopic surveys will work hand-in-hand with supercomputers to study the nature of dark energy. The 2020s could see a rapid expansion in dark energy research. For starters, two powerful new instruments will scan the night sky for distant galaxies. Show More Summary

Dark Energy Survey finds more celestial neighbors

The observation of new dwarf galaxy candidates could mean our sky is more crowded than we thought. Scientists on the Dark Energy Survey, using one of the world’s most powerful digital cameras, have discovered eight more faint celestial objects hovering near our Milky Way galaxy. Show More Summary

Dark Energy Survey finds more celestial neighbors

Scientists on the Dark Energy Survey, using one of the world's most powerful digital cameras, have discovered eight more faint celestial objects hovering near our Milky Way galaxy.

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