The XENON phased program

The XENON Dark Matter Direct Search Experiment aims to directly detect the fraction of dark matter in the Universe. The particles sustaining the existence of dark matter are known as WIMPs (Weakly Interactive Massive Particles). The existing models predict interaction rates with regular matter that can be as low as 1 event/ton Xe/year. This way large detection volumes are needed and extreme care is needed with the background radiation levels.
A double phase, liquid and gas, xenon detector is proposed to detect WIMP. The XENON detection principle is based in the detection of primary scintillation (liquid phase) and secondary scintillation (gas phase) induced by the energy deposited by a WIMP interaction in xenon.
XENON10 was the first detector developed for WIMP detection, starting its operation in 2006. The results obtained settled new exclusions limits in the WIMP-nucleon cross section for spin-independent interaction (Phys. Rev. Lett. 100 (2008) 21303).
Since 2008, XENON100, a detector with a 10 fold larger target mass, is acquiring data. With active xenon shielding contributing to a drastically reduced radioactive background activity level plus an increased scintillation efficiency detection, XENON100 consistently delivered the best exclusion limits in dark matter search (Phys. Rev. Lett. 107 (2011) 131302; Phys. Rev. Lett., 109 (2012) 181301; Phys. Rev. Lett., 111 (2013) 021301), and attained its projected sensitivity in 2012.
In 2013 a new phase started with the construction of XENON1T, a 20 fold larger target mass detector than XENON100. With an additional two hundred fold reduction on the background levels XENON1T. It started taking data in 2016 and the WIMP sensitivity limit (two orders of magnitude below the one set by XENON100) was reached after 2 years of operation, keeping the world lead in the dark matter search efforts.
XENONnT construction started in 2018 and is currently acquiring science data. This final step of the program with an over 8 tons ultrapure xenon target will lead the way with the best prospects ever for dark matter detection.
Real-time news on the XENONnT progress can be followed in xenonnt.org


Latest results

July 2022
First results from a Search for New Physics in Electronic Recoils from XENONnT
XENONnT, the latest detector of the XENON Dark Matter program, shows an unprecedentedly low background which facilitates searches for new, very rare phenomena with high sensitivity. First results clarify an exciting excess observed in the predecessor XENON1T and set strong limits on new physics scenarios.

The XENONnT experiment was designed to look for elusive dark matter particles. The detector holds almost 6000 kg of ultrapure liquid xenon as a target for particle interactions; it is installed inside a water Cherenkov active muon and neutron veto, deep underground at the INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso in Italy. Despite the challenging pandemic situation, XENONnT was constructed and subsequently commissioned between spring 2020 and spring 2021. XENONnT took the first science data over 97.1 days, from July 6 to November 10, 2021.
Experiments of this type require the lowest possible levels of natural radioactivity of any kind, both from sources intrinsically present in the liquid xenon target and from construction materials and the environment. The former, dominated by radon, is the most difficult to reduce and its elimination represents the holy grail of current searches at the sensitivity level of XENONnT. However, the XENON collaboration has been instrumental in reducing radon to an unprecedentedly low-level, thanks to extensive material screening and the successful operation of an online cryogenic distillation column that actively removes radon from the xenon.
Two years ago, the XENON collaboration announced the observation of an excess of electronic recoil events in the XENON1T experiment. The result triggered a lot of interest and many publications since this could be interpreted as a signal of new physics beyond known phenomena. Interactions with electrons in the atomic shell within the liquid xenon from solar axions, neutrinos with an anomalous magnetic moment, axion-like particles, or hypothetical dark sector particles might induce so-called “electronic recoil” signals. Today the XENON collaboration has released the first results from its new and more sensitive experiment, XENONnT, with one-fifth of the electronic recoil background of its predecessor, XENON1T. The absence of an excess in the new data indicates that the origin of the XENON1T signal was trace amounts of tritium in the liquid xenon, one of the hypotheses considered at the time. In consequence, this leads now to very strong limits on new physics scenarios originally invoked to explain an excess.
With this new result, obtained through a blind analysis, XENONnT makes its debut, with an initial exposure slightly larger than 1 tonne x year. The existing data are being further analyzed to search for weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs), one of the most promising candidates of Dark Matter in the Universe. XENONnT is meanwhile collecting more data, aiming for even better sensitivity as part of its science program for the next years.


Team Members

Current Coimbra XENON team:

Former Coimbra XENON team:


Collaboration

Institutes involved in the XENON Project:












Publications

  • Material radiopurity control in the XENONnT experiment, E. Aprile et al. , Eur. Phys. J. C 82 (2022) 599
  • Application and modeling of an online distillation method to reduce krypton and argon in XENON1T , E. Aprile et al., Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, (2022) 053H01
  • The Xenon Road to Direct Detection of Dark Matter at LNGS: The XENON Project, Pietro Di Gangi on behalf of the XENON Collaboration, Universe, 7 (2021)313
  • 222Rn emanation measurements for the XENON1T experiment, E. Aprile et al., Eur. Phys. J. C 81 (2021) 337
  • Search for inelastic scattering of WIMP dark matter in XENON1T, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 103(2021) 063028
  • Search for Coherent Elastic Scattering of Solar 8B Neutrinos in the XENON1T Dark Matter Experiment, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 126 (2021) 091301
  • Projected WIMP sensitivity of the XENONnT dark matter experiment, E. Aprile et al., JCAP 11 (2020) 031
  • Excess electronic recoil events in XENON1T, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 102 (2020) 072004
  • Energy resolution and linearity of XENON1T in the MeV energy range, E. Aprile et al., European Physical Journal C 80 (2020) 785
  • Results of the 1 tonne x year WIMP search with XENON1T, P. Di Gangi et al., Nuovo Cimento C 42 (2019) 76
  • Search for Light Dark Matter Interactions Enhanced by the Migdal Effect or Bremsstrahlung in XENON1T, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 123 (2019) 241803
  • Light Dark Matter Search with Ionization Signals in XENON1T, E. Aprile et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 123 (2019) 251801
  • XENON1T dark matter data analysis: signal reconstruction, calibration, and event selection, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 100 (2019) 052014
  • The XENON1T data acquisition system, E. Aprile et al., JINST (2019) P07016
  • XENON1T dark matter data analysis: signal and background models and statistical inference, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 99 (2019) 112009
  • Measurement of electron multiplication and ionization coefficients in high-pressure xenon,H. Kusano, J.A.M. Lopes e N. Hasebe, Nucl. Instr. Meth. A 937 (2019) 53
  • Observation of two-neutrino double electron capture in 124Xe with XENON1T, E. Aprile et al., Nature 568 (2019) 532
  • First Results on the Scalar WIMP-Pion Coupling, Using the XENON1T Experiment, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 122 (2019) 071301
  • Constraining the Spin-Dependent WIMP-Nucleon Cross Sections with XENON1T, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 122 (2019) 141301
  • Dark Matter Search Results from a One Ton-Year Exposure of XENON1T, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 121 (2018) 111302
  • Signal yields of keV electronic recoils and their discrimination from nuclear recoils in liquid xenon, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 97 (2018) 092007
  • Intrinsic backgrounds from Rn and Kr in the XENON100 experiment, E. Aprile et al., Eur. Phys. J. C 78 (2018) 132
  • Material radioassay and selection for the XENON1T dark matter experiment, E. Aprile et al., Eur. Phys. J. C 77 (2017) 890
  • The XENON1T dark matter experiment, E. Aprile et al., Eur. Phys. J. C 77 (2017) 881
  • Search for bosonic super-WIMP interactions with the XENON100 experiment, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 96 (2017) 122002
  • First Dark Matter Results from the XENON1T Experiment, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 119 (2017) 181301
  • Search for magnetic inelastic dark matter with XENON100, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. JCAP 10 (2017) 039
  • Effective field theory search for high-energy nuclear recoils using the XENON100 dark matter detector, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 96 (2017) 042004
  • Search for WIMP inelastic scattering off xenon nuclei with XENON100, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 96 (2017) 022008
  • Online Rn-222 removal by cryogenic distillation in the XENON100 experiment, E. Aprile et al., Eur. Phys. J. C 77 (2017) ͘358
  • Removing krypton from xenon by cryogenic distillation to the ppq level, E. Aprile et al., Eur. Phys. J. C 77 (2017) ͘358
  • Results from a calibration of XENON100 using a source of dissolved radon-220, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 95 (2017) 072008
  • Search for Electronic Recoil Event Rate Modulation with 4 Years of XENON100 Data, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 118 (2017) 101101
  • Search for two-neutrino double electron capture of 124Xe with XENON100, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. C 95 (2017) 024605
  • XENON100 dark matter results from a combination of 477 live days, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 94 (2016) 122001
  • The XENON dark matter search experiment, J. Naganoma et al., JINST 11 (2016) C02048
  • Low-mass dark matter search using ionization signals in XENON100, E. Aprile et al., Phys. Rev. D 94 (2016) 092001
  • Physics reach of the XENON1T dark matter experiment, E. Aprile et al., JCAP 04 (2016 )027
  • Lowering the radioactivity of the photomultiplier tubes for the XENON1T dark matter experiment, Eur .Phys .J. C 75 (2015) 546
  • Search for Event Rate Modulation in XENON100 Electronic Recoil Data, Phys. Rev. Lett. 115 (2015) 091302
  • Exclusion of Leptophilic Dark Matter Models using XENON100 Electronic Recoil Data, Science 349 (2015) 851
  • Conceptual design and simulation of a water Cherenkov muon veto for the XENON1T experiment, J. Inst. 9 (2014) P11006
  • First axion results from the XENON100 experiment, Phys. Rev. D 90 (2014) 062009
  • Observation and applications of single-electron charge signals in the XENON100 experiment, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 41 (2014) 035201
  • Analysis of the XENON100 dark matter search data, Astropart. Phys. 54 (2014) 11-24
  • The neutron background of the XENON100 dark matter search experiment, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 40 (2013) 115201
  • Response of the XENON100 dark matter detector to nuclear recoils, Phys. Rev. D, 88 (2013) 012006
  • Limits on spin-dependent WIMP-nucleon cross sections from 225 live days of XENON100 data, Physical Review Letters, 111 (2013) 021301
  • Longitudinal and transverse diffusion of electrons in high-pressure xenon, J. Inst. 8 (2013) C01028
  • The distributed Slow Control System of the XENON100 Experiment, J. Inst. 7 (2012) T12001
  • Electron Mobility and Longitudinal Diffusion Coefficient in High-Density Gaseous Xenon, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 51 (2012) 116301
  • Scintillation and ionization yields produced by alpha-particles in high-density gaseous xenon, Nucl. Instr. Meth. A, 683 (2012) 40-45
  • Density Dependence of the Longitudinal Diffusion Coefficient of Electrons in Xenon Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 51 (2012) 048001
  • Dark Matter Results from 225 Live Days of XENON100 Data, Physical Review Letters, 109 (2012) 181301
  • The XENON100 dark matter experiment, Astropart.Phys. 35 (2012) 573-590
  • CsI-THGEM gaseous photomultipliers for RICH and noble-liquid detectors, Nucl. Instr. Meth. A, 639 (2011) 117–120
  • Dark Matter Results from 100 Live Days of XENON100 Data, Physical Review Letters, 107 (2011) 131302
  • Likelihood approach to the first dark matter results from XENON100, Phys. Rev. D, 84 (2011) 052003
  • A search for light dark matter in XENON10 data, Physical Review Letters, 107 (2011) 051301
  • Material screening and selection for XENON100, Astropart.Phys. 35 (2011) 43-49
  • Implications on inelastic dark matter from 100 live days of XENON100 data, Phys. Rev. D 84 (2011) 061101
  • Study of the electromagnetic background in the XENON100 experiment, Phys. Rev. D 83 (2011) 082001
  • Design and Performance of the XENON10 Dark Matter Experiment, Astroparticle Physics 34 (2011) 679-698
  • A Monte Carlo study of photoelectron transmission in Xe-CH4 and Ne-CH4 mixtures for CsI photocathodes, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 43(2010) 065002
  • First Dark Matter Results from the XENON100 Experiment, Physical Review Letters 105 (2010) 131302
  • Measurements of photoelectron extraction efficiency from CsI into mixtures of Ne with CH4, CF4, CO2 and N2, J. Inst. 4 (2009) P11025
  • Photoelectron transmission efficiency in Ar-CH4 and Xe-CH4 mixtures: Experimental results. Nucl. Instr. Meth. A, 607 (2009) 587-590
  • The scintillation and ionization yield of liquid Xe for nuclear recoils, Nucl. Instr. Meth. A, 601 (2009) 339-346
  • Constraints on inelastic dark matter from XENON10, Phys. Rev. D, 80 (2009) 115005
  • Limits on spin-dependent WIMP-nucleon cross-section from the XENON10 experiment, Physical Review Letters 101 (2008) 91301
  • First Results from the XENON10 Dark Matter Experiment at the Gran Sasso Laboratory, Physical Review Letters 100 (2008) 21303
  • Xenon GPSC high-pressure operation with large-area avalanche photodiode, Nucl.Instr.Meth. A 575 (2007) 444-448
  • Secondary Scintillation Yield in Pure Xenon, J. Inst. 2 (2007) P05001
  • Performance of an LAAPD in a liquid xenon ionization and scintillation chamber, Nucl.Instr.Meth. A 551(2005) 356

Address/Location

Physics Department of the University of Coimbra
3004-516 Coimbra
Portugal
Phone Number: (+351) 239410667


PhD/Jobs

There are currently both Ph.D. and Postdoc positions available.

For information and application please contact Prof. Jose Matias-Lopes (fcjam (at) gian.fis.uc.pt).


Outreach

2007:

The 6 most important Experiments in the World
2007-11-14, Discover Magazine
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Researchers use high-tech machines to detect mysterious dark matter
2007-08-12, Associated Press article, published in USA Today and Washington Post (AP)
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Liquid Xenon Detector Joins the Run for Dark Matter
2007-08-01, Physics Today, pp.16-18

Dark matter looks to be particularly wimpy
2007-04-17, Nature
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2010:

Portugueses em Destaque
Correio da Manhã, 29/09/2010, pág. 20, “Portugueses em destaque”

Investigadores da UC em busca da matéria negra do universo
Diário de Coimbra, 29/09/2010, pág. 3

Experiência XENON100: Próximo da Matéria Negra
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Physics World reveals its top 10 breakthroughs for 2010
2010-12-20, New Scientist
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Dark matter stays dark
2010-05-14, Nature
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Early Results from Large Dark Matter Detector Cast Doubt on Earlier Claims
2010-05-05, Scientific American
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Dark Matter Claims Thrown Into Doubt by New Data
2010-05-03, New Scientist
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Particle Detector Shows Promise, if Nothing Else
2010-05-03, The New York Times
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2011:

Eureka - A um passo da matéria negra
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Caça à matéria negra
Visão, 21-04-2011, 94

Cientistas de Coimbra estão na corrida pelo Nobel da Física
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Investigadores da FCTUC a um passo da matéria negra
Diário As Beiras, 19-04-2011, 11

José Matias – Identificação da matéria negra
Correio da Manhã, 19-04-2011, 20

Cientistas mais perto da matéria negra
Diário de Coimbra, 19-04-2011, 10

Matéria negra: detecção mais perto que nunca
Jornal i, 19-04-2011, 38

Portugueses querem ver matéria negra do universo
Diário de Noticias, 19-04-2011, 32

A um passo da matéria negra
Diário Económico, 19-04-2011, 7

A "um passo" da descoberta da matéria negra: experiência XENON100 apresenta os melhores resultados de sempre
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Programa Portugal em Directo
Programa Portugal em Directo, Antena 1, 18-04-2011

Ciência: Cientistas da Universidade de Coimbra integram equipa internacional que “persegue” descoberta da matéria negra
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A «um passo» da descoberta da matéria negra: experiência XENON100 apresenta os melhores resultados de sempre
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Coimbra na rota do Nobel
2011-03-17 Coimbra na rota do Nobel, Cnoticias, (2011) 38


2012:

Universidade de Coimbra ajuda a pesquisar matéria negra
Diário de Coimbra, 05/08/2012, pág. 5

XENON com resultado histórico na pesquisa da matéria negra
Diário das Beiras, 03/08/2012, pág. 24

Investigadores mais perto de descobrir a matéria negra
Diário das Beiras, 01/08/2012, pág. 6


2013:

Enlightening the dark (Sep 27, 2013)
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2015:

Investigadores de Coimbra participam em descoberta sobre matéria escura (21-08-2015)
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Portugal: Experiência XENON destaca-se na procura da matéria escura (22-08-2015)
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Investigadores da Universidade de Coimbra publicam na revista Science (24-08-2015)
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2 Steps Closer to the Search for Dark Matter and Dark Energy (21-08-2015)
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Projeto criado num dos maiores laboratórios subterrâneos procura matéria escura (11-11-2015)
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Matéria escura pode ser descoberta nos próximos dois anos (11-11-2015)
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Equipamento inédito para detetar matéria negra é inaugurado hoje em Itália (11-11-2015)
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Equipamento inédito para detetar matéria negra é inaugurado hoje em Itália (11-11-2015)
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Equipamento inédito para detetar matéria negra é inaugurado hoje em Itália (11-11-2015)
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Equipamento inédito para detetar matéria negra é inaugurado hoje em Itália (11-11-2015)
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Equipa internacional inaugura o XENON1T e dá um passo de gigante na procura de matéria escura (11-11-2015)
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Equipamento inédito para detetar matéria escura é inaugurado hoje em Itália (11-11-2015)
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Equipamento inédito para detetar matéria escura é inaugurado hoje em Itália (11-11-2015)
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MATÉRIA ESCURA PODE SER DESCOBERTA NOS PRÓXIMOS DOIS ANOS (11-11-2015)
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Equipamento inédito para detectar matéria escura é inaugurado hoje em Itália (11-11-2015)
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Um passo de gigante na procura de matéria escura (12-11-2015)
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2016:

Entrevista ao programa “Mentes que brilham”, Porto Canal (2016)
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2018:

Consórcio internacional com equipa de Coimbra lidera na procura pela matéria escura
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Cientistas da Experiência Internacional XENON discutem em Coimbra novos dados sobre a misteriosa matéria escura do Universo
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Novos dados sobre a misteriosa matéria escura do Universo
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Consórcio internacional com equipa de Coimbra lidera na procura pela matéria escura
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Matéria escura do Universo reúne cientistas mundiais em Coimbra
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Cientistas discutem em Coimbra novos dados sobre a misteriosa matéria escura do Universo
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2019:

Entrevista ao Café Central
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Cientistas medem isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Cientistas medem isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Cientistas medem isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Cientistas encontram isótopo radioativo muito mais antigo do que o próprio Universo
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Um isótopo do xénon tem a meia-vida mais longa do Universol
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Cientistas encontram-se radioativos muito mais antigos que proprio Universo
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Um isótopo tem a meia-vida mais longa do Universo
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Cientistas encontram isótopo radioativo muito mais antigo do que o próprio Universo
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Um isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo
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Investigadores da Universidade de Coimbra ajudam a medir o mais longo tempo de vida média de sempre de um isótopo radioativo
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Portugal discovers a Radioactive Isotope 1 billion times older than the Universe
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A radioactive isotope one billion times older than the Universe!
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A radioactive isotope one billion times older than the Universe!
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A radioactive isotope one billion times older than the Universe!
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Cientistas medem isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Universidade de Coimbra | Um isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo!
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Um isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo – Nature
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Cientistas medem isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Cientistas de Coimbra ajudam a medir isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Medido isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Física | Projeto Xenon mede vida de isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo
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Medido isótopo radioactivo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo, Diario de Coimbra, 25.04.2019"

Um isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo!
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Medido isótopo radioactivo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Um isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo!
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Cientistas medem isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho do que o Universo
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Um isótopo radioativo um bilião de vezes mais velho que o Universo!
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https://elvasnews.pt/a-meia-vida-mais-longa-do-universo/
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A meia-vida mais longa do Universo
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Entrevista ao programa “Os Dias do Futuro”
Antena 1, a partir do minuto 21:32
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Entrevista ao programa 90 segundos de ciência
Antena 1
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2020:

Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam cientistas da descoberta da matéria escura
Observador
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“Eventos surpreendentes” aproximam cientistas da descoberta da matéria escura
tvi24
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"Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam descoberta da matéria escura
theworldnews
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Cientistas pensam estar mais perto da detecção da matéria escura
Ardina News
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Cientistas mais perto da descoberta da matéria escura devido a «eventos surpreendentes»
Executive Digest
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Universidade de Coimbra | Descoberta de novas partículas?
Litoral Centro
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Cientistas portugueses desvendam segredos da matéria escura
Bom Dia Europa
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"Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam descoberta da matéria escura
Noticias ao Minuto
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Descoberta de novas partículas?
Beira News
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"Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam cientistas da descoberta da matéria escura
RTP
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Equipa com investigadores da UC pode ter descoberto novas partículas
Campeao das Provincias
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Existe mesmo matéria escura? "Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam cientistas da descoberta
Diário de Notícias
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Descoberta de novas partículas?
Elvasnews
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Discovery of new particles
Portugalinews
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Portugal: 'Surprising events' underway in detection of dark matter - researchers
Lusa
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"Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam cientistas da descoberta da matéria escura
Destak
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Descoberta de novas partículas?
Jornal do Luxemburgo
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Cientistas pensam estar mais perto da detecção da matéria escura
Publico
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Matéria escura: colaboração internacional XENON1T anuncia novas descobertas
Press Point
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"Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam cientistas da descoberta da matéria escura
Porto Canal.
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Investigadores da Universidade de Coimbra ajudam a descobrir novas partículas
Noticias de Coimbra.
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"Eventos surpreendentes" aproximam cientistas da descoberta da matéria escura
Sic Noticias.
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Consócio internacional pode ter descoberto novas partículas
e-global
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Descoberta de novas partículas?
Rua Direita
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“Eventos surpreendentes” aproximam cientistas da descoberta da matéria escura
Zap aeiou.
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Experimento de detecção de matéria escura captura “sinais inexplicáveis”
Zedd Brasil
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Experimento com a detecção de matéria escura registra “sinais inexplicáveis”
Turnozero
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Experimento de detecção da matéria escura capta "sinais inexplicáveis"
Tilt
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Experimento de detecção da matéria escura capta "sinais inexplicáveis"
bol
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Descoberta de novas partículas?
Pravda
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