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DAMPE (DArk Matter Particle Explorer) is a satellite-born experiment, resulting from the collaboration of Chinese, Italian, and Swiss institutions. Since December 2015, DAMPE flights at the altitude of 500 km and collects data smoothly. The detector is made of four sub-detectors: top layers of plastic scintillators, a silicon-tungsten tracker, a BGO calorimeter (32 radiation lengths), and a bottom boron-doped scintillator to detect delayed neutrons. The main goal of the experiment is the searchdoi:10.1051/epjconf/201920901048 fatcat:huyqn545wvfuhioqcskrdf3qte