From Science News, Jan. 26, 2018: Fermilab scientist Dan Hooper comments on the possibility of clumps of dark matter sailing through the Milky Way and other galaxies.
From Seeker, Jan. 23, 2018: Seeker, Discovery Digital’s new initiative, produced this video about the Dark Energy Survey’s recent results.
From IFLScience, Jan. 17, 2018: The Dark Energy Survey has identified 11 new stellar streams, and their positioning and trajectories suggest that they were once galaxies a little smaller than our own that, over astronomical timescale, were torn asunder.
From National Geographic, Jan. 12, 2018: The Dark Energy Survey announced that it detected 11 streamers of stars, some of which have been given Aboriginal names.
From Daily Mail, Jan. 14, 2018: Preliminary results from the Dark Energy survey have revealed a stunning look at the remains of 11 smaller galaxies that have been devoured by our own, reducing them to stellar streams.
From Sky and Telescope, Jan. 17, 2018: Free, detailed information on 400 million astronomical objects, anybody? Just visit the website of the Dark Energy Survey (DES) – it’s there for the taking.
From New Scientist, Jan. 11, 2018: Fermilab scientist Dan Hooper is quoted in this piece about the possible origins of a potential source of dark matter in the cosmos.