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‘Chameleon’ model of dark energy fails to reveal itself

Diamagnetically levitated force sensor with a thin yellow film on top.

A piece of graphite (black wafer in hole) forms part of a force sensor designed to detect one form of dark energy suggested to account for the increasing rate of expansion of the Universe. Credit: Han Xie

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Nature 609, 445 (2022)



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