The survey, which included 400 individual scientists from 25 institutions in 7 countries, observed over 226 million galaxies. The goal of the survey was to the distribution of dark matter and the effect of dark energy.
Astronomers have released a catalog of 316 trans-Neptunian objects (TNOs) - minor planets located in the far reaches of the Solar System - detected from the first four years of the Dark Energy Survey.
The new clue to Planet Nine's existence was spotted in data from the Dark Energy Survey. The new object we can see and observe is called 2015 BP519, and looks like it could be as big as Pluto itself.
Results from the first data release of the Dark Energy Survey include eleven new stellar streams in the Milky Way galaxy.
Dark Energy Survey scientists unveiled the most accurate measurement ever made of the present large-scale structure of dark matter in the Universe.