There’s an abundance of antimatter in our atmosphere, and dark matter decay might be to blame


Antimatter In Our Atmosphere

Crab nebula. Credit: NASA. In 2008, physicists found that the number of high-energy positrons – the antiparticle or the antimatter counterpart of the electron – hitting Earth was three times greater than the Standard Model predicted. Some scientists have suggested that nearby pulsars, which expel copious amounts of positrons as they spin erratically, could account for…




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There’s an abundance of antimatter in our atmosphere, and dark matter decay might be to blame
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