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Directional detection of galactic Dark Matter

Abstract : MIMAC is a project of micro-TPC matrix of gaseous chambers (helium, CF4 ...) for direct detection of non-baryonic dark matter. Measurement of both track and ionization energy will allow the electron-recoil discrimination, while access to the directionnality of the tracks will open a unique way to distinguish a geniune WIMP signal from any background. Firsts results of low energy events (electron, nuclear recoils) will be presented together with the expected performances of the directional detector
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F. Mayet, J. Billard, G. Bernard, G. Bosson, O. Bourrion, et al.. Directional detection of galactic Dark Matter. 12th Marcel Grossmann Meeting (MG12), Jul 2009, Paris, France. pp.870-872. ⟨in2p3-00404391⟩

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