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IDM2008 - Identification of Dark Matter 2008
IDM2008 - Identification of Dark Matter 2008
18-22 August 2008 AlbaNova
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PAMELA - an experiment searching for dark matter with cosmic antiparticles (35'+5')
The PAMELA satellite experiment was launched into low earth orbit on June 
15th 2006 for a 3 year mission. The 
combination of a permanent magnet silicon strip spectrometer, and a silicon-
tungsten imaging calorimeter allows 
precision studies of the charged cosmic radiation to be conducted over a wide 
energy range (~100 MeV - ~200 GeV) 
with high statistics. The primary scientific goal is the measurement of 
antiparticle energy spectra, allowing a search 
for exotic sources such as dark matter particle annihilations. The status of the 
PAMELA experiment will be reviewed 
with a particular focus on results concerning antiprotons and positrons.
Id: 389
Place: AlbaNova
Room: Oskar Klein auditorium
Starting date:
20-Aug-2008   15:30
Duration: 40'
Contribution type: Talk
Primary Authors: Prof. PEARCE, Mark (KTH Fysik)
Presenters: Dr. BOEZIO, Mirko
Included in session: Indirect searches - charged cosmic rays
Included in track: Indirect searches - charged cosmic rays

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