From the Post Online Media Magazine, May 7, 2023: Dark Energy Survey scientists recently unveiled the most accurate measurement ever of the large-scale structure of the universe. Using the 570-mega pixel Dark Energy Cam developed and tested at Fermilab, the DES collaboration’s announcement will allow scientists to understand more about the ways the universe has evolved over 14 billion years.

From Physics, Jan. 31, 2023: Fermilab scientists are part of a group of researchers using cross-correlation measurements combining data from the Dark Energy Survey and the South Pole Telescope to determine cosmological parameters with greater precision. The analysis involved more than 150 researchers with results published as a set of three articles in Physical Review D.

From CNET, November 13, 2022: View new photos of radiant galaxies released by NASA using the Dark Energy Camera, developed and tested by Fermilab, and the Hubble Space Telescope. These new images show galaxies scattered across the universe some 200 million light-years away.

From, August 24, 2021: Using the powerful 570-megapixel Dark Energy Camera (DECam) created and tested by Fermilab for the DES, astronomers have discovered an asteroid with the shortest orbital period of any known asteroid in the Solar System.