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Status of the LUX dark matter search

  • Author(s): Fiorucci, S
  • Akerib, DS
  • Bedikian, S
  • Bernstein, A
  • Bolozdynya, A
  • Bradley, A
  • Carr, D
  • Chapman, J
  • Clark, K
  • Classen, T
  • Curioni, A
  • Dahl, E
  • Dazeley, S
  • De Viveiros, L
  • Druszkiewicz, E
  • Gaitskell, R
  • Hall, C
  • Hernandez Faham, C
  • Holbrook, B
  • Kastens, L
  • Kazkaz, K
  • Lander, R
  • Lesko, K
  • Malling, D
  • Mannino, R
  • McKinsey, D
  • Mei, D
  • Mock, J
  • Nikkel, J
  • Phelps, P
  • Schroeder, U
  • Shutt, T
  • Skulski, W
  • Sorensen, P
  • Spaans, J
  • Stiegler, T
  • Svoboda, R
  • Sweany, M
  • Thomson, J
  • Toke, J
  • Tripathi, M
  • Walsh, N
  • Webb, R
  • White, J
  • Wolfs, F
  • Woods, M
  • Zhang, C
  • et al.

Published Web Location

https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3327777
Abstract

The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter search experiment is currently being deployed at the Homestake Laboratory in South Dakota. We will highlight the main elements of design which make the experiment a very strong competitor in the field of direct detection, as well as an easily scalable concept. We will also present its potential reach for supersymmetric dark matter detection, within various timeframes ranging from 1 year to 5 years or more. © 2010 American Institute of Physics.

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