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  1. Dark Matter in Astrophysics and Particle Physics 1998: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Dark Matter in Astro and Particle Physics, held in Heidelberg, Germany, 20-25 July 1998 by L Baudis, 1999-01-01
  2. Dark Matter in Astro- and Particle Physics: Proceedings of the International Conference DARK 2002, Cape Town, South Africa, 4-9 February 2002
  3. Dark Matter in Astro and Particle Physics Dark 2009: Proceedings of the 7th International Heidelberg Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand 18-24 January 2009
  4. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Dark Matter in Astro- And Particle Physics (Dark '96): Heidelberg, Germany, 16-20 September 1996
  6. 5th International Workshop on the Dark Side of the Universe (AIP Conference Proceedings / Astronomy and Astrophysics)

1. Dark Matter - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In astronomy and cosmology, dark matter is matter that is inferred to exist from gravitational effects on visible matter and background radiation, but is undetectable by emitted or
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3. [0907.1912] Dark Matter Astrophysics
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Authors: Marc Kamionkowski Kris Sigurdson (Submitted on 10 Jul 2009) Abstract: These lectures are intended to provide a brief pedagogical review of dark matter for the newcomer to the subject. We begin with a discussion of the astrophysical evidence for dark matter. The standard weakly-interacting massive particle (WIMP) scenariothe motivation, particle models, and detection techniquesis then reviewed. We provide a brief sampling of some recent variations to the standard WIMP scenario as well as some alternatives (axions and sterile neutrinos). Exercises are provided for the reader. Comments: Based on lectures given by MK at the Villa Olmo School on "The Dark Side of the Universe," 1418 May 2007 and by KS at the XIX Heidelberg Physics Graduate Days, 812 October 2007. 33 pages, 15 figures Subjects: Cosmology and Extragalactic Astrophysics (astro-ph.CO)

4. Imperial College - Pipl Profiles
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5. The Infography About Dark Matter
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Through a Universe Darkly: A Cosmic Tale of Ancient Ethers, Dark Matter, and the Fate of the Universe, by Marcia Bartusiak, Harper, 1993. Chapter 5 of The Whole Shebang (A State of the Universe Report), by Timothy Ferris, Touchstone, Simon and Schuster, 1997. Dark Matter in Astro- and Particle Physics (Proceedings of DARK '96: Heidelberg, Germany, 16-20 September 1996), edited by H.V. Klapdor-Kleingrothaus and Y. Ramachers, Singapore and River Edge, NJ: World Scientific, 1997. Galactic Astronomy, by James Binney and Michael Merrifield, Princeton University Press, 1998. Supersymmtric Dark Matter, by Jungman, Kamionkowski, and Griest, Physics Reports, 267, 195 (1996). Dark Matter, by K. Ashman, Proceedings of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 104, 110 (1992).
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Modern Astrophysics, by Carroll and Ostlie, Addison-Wesley, 1996. Dark Matter in the Universe (Proceedings of the International Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter in the Universe: Santa Monica, California, 14-16 February 1996), edited by D.B. Cline, North-Holland, c1996.

6. The Homestake Mine Through The Years From Nuggets To Neutrinos
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7. Dark Matter
Dark matter articles and theories The distribution of dark matter in a cluster of galaxies. Image MaxPlanck Institute for Astrophysics
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Image: Max-Planck Institute for Astrophysics Dark matter refers to non-luminous matter particles whose presence is suggested because of the gravitational effects on the rotation rate of visible matter such galaxies and the presence of clusters of galaxies. Introduction First observational evidences The galactic rotation problem Dark matter within galaxies ... String theory Updated 24th July 2007
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9. TCDM - Tilted Cold Dark Matter (astrophysics)
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Written by  Ian O'Neill Foton M3 after landing in Kazakhstan after the experiment. Samples, including Orkney sample, are screwed onto the outside (R. Demets/F. Brandstatter) In an effort to understand how organic chemicals might survive after a period in the vacuum of space and then violent re-entry through the atmosphere, scientists have uncovered some interesting results. Last year, the ESA/Russian Foton-M3 mission was launched to test the effects of microgravity on various biological samples. However, a sample of Orkney rock had a harder journey than most. Attached to the outside of the craft, this sample underwent extreme heating during the descent toward the plains of Kazakhstan. Although most of the sample was vaporized, scientists have unveiled results that the sample still contains very obvious signs that it once harboured life. These exciting results set new limits on how organic chemicals may survive unaltered for long periods in space before plunging through a planetary atmosphere, plus it raises some interesting questions into how future searches for extraterrestrial life may be performed...

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12. HUSEP Physics Workshop Agenda
Dark matter; astrophysics Session Chair Dan Akerib. Prospects for detecting supernova neutrinos (30') Louie Strigari, Univ. of California, Irvine
Physics at Henderson DUSEL Workshop
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Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Colorado State University NOTE: The Topical Workshop on Geoscience at Henderson DUSEL will run in parallel with our workshop. Registration, coffee breaks, and the reception will be in common. At the Friday evening reception, we will also be joined by local science teachers attending a workshop to solicit their input for the design of an Education and Outreach program for Henderson DUSEL. AGENDA FRIDAY, November 18, 2005

13. Scalar Field Dark Matter - VisWiki
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14. Cygnus 2009 Directional Dark Matter Workshop Program V7 (6.10.09)
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arXivastroph/9 407024v1 7 Jul 1994 BARYONIC DARK MATTER † Joseph Silk Departments of Astronomy and Physics, and Center for Particle Astrophysics University of California, Berkeley, CA
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18. Billions Of Particles Of Anti-matter Created In Laboratory
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19. Gravitational Lensing: Astronomers Harness Einstein’s Telescope
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20. SIMP - VisWiki
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