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a map of dark matter
N. Jeffrey/ Dark Energy Survey Collaboration
The distribution of dark matter among 226 million galaxies in the Southern Hemisphere sky.

[Rerun] On the trail of the enigmatic antibody of the universe

CERN physicists have succeeded in demonstrating a so-called symmetry break, which can theoretically explain part of the giant mystery of physics: Why does the world consist of matter? Henrik Prætorius interviews Troels Petersen from the Niels Bohr Institute (in Danish).

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The podcast was produced with support from the Novo Nordisk Foundation.

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