Planck: New revelations on dark matter and fossil neutrinos   

The Planck collaboration, which notably involves the CNRS, the CEA, the CNES and several French universities, will unveil from today at the Ferrara conference (Italy) the results of the four-year observation of the European Space Agency's (ESA) Planck satellite, dedicated to the study of "fossil radiation", the oldest light in the universe. For the first time, the oldest image in our universe is measured precisely according to two light parameters (intensity and polarization), over the entire celestial vault. This primordial light allows us to "see" the most elusive particles: dark matter and fossil neutrinos.


Click here to read the press release in French on the CEA website 

E. Lemaitre, 2014-12-01 00:00:00


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