The DArk Matter Particle Explorer mission

@article{Chang2017TheDM,
  title={The DArk Matter Particle Explorer mission},
  author={J. Chang and Giovanni Ambrosi and Qi An and Ruslan Asfandiyarov and Philipp Azzarello and Paolo Bernardini and B. Bertucci and Ming-sheng Cai and Micaela Caragiulo and D. Y. Chen and Huei Fen Chen and J. L. Chen and W. Chen and Mingyang Cui and Tian Shu Cui and A. D’Amone and Antonio De Benedittis and Ivan De Mitri and Margherita Di Santo and J. N. Dong and Tie-kuang Dong and Y. F. Dong and Z. X. Dong and Giacinto Donvito and David Droz and Kai Kai Duan and Jizhou Duan and Matteo Duranti and Domenico D'urso and Rui-rui Fan and Y. Z. Fan and Fang Fang and Changqing Feng and L. L. Feng and P. Fusco and Valentina Santina Gallo and F. J. Gan and Weiqun Gan and Ming Gao and S. S. Gao and Fabio Gargano and Keyun Gong and Yi Zhong Gong and J. H. Guo and Y. M. Hu and G. S. Huang and Y. Y. Huang and Maria Ionica and D. Jiang and W. Jiang and X. Jin and Jie Kong and Shijun Lei and S. S. Li and Xiaowang Li and W. L. Li and Yiteng Li and Y. F. Liang and Y. M. Liang and Neng-hui Liao and Q. Z. Liu and H. Liu and Jiangxu Liu and Shao Bei Liu and W. Q. Liu and Yichin Liu and Francesco Loparco and J. Lu and Minglin Ma and Pengxiong Ma and S. Y. Ma and T. Ma and X. Q. Ma and X. Ma and Giovanni Marsella and Mario Nicola Mazziotta and D. C. Mo and Ting Miao and Xu-yan Niu and Martin Pohl and X. Y. Peng and Wen-xi Peng and Rui Qiao and J. N. Rao and Maria Fernanda Munoz Salinas and Guan Zhi Shang and W. H. Shen and Z. Q. Shen and Z. T. Shen and J. X. Song and H. Su and M. Su and Z. Y. Sun and Antonio Surdo and Xue Jian Teng and X. Tian and Andrii Tykhonov and V. Vagelli and Stefania Vitillo and Chi Wang and Chi Wang and H. Wang and H. Wang and Junfeng Wang and L. G. Wang and Q. Wang and S. Wang and Xiu Hai Wang and Xia Wang and Y. F. Wang and Y. P. Wang and Y. Z. Wang and S. C. Wen and Z. M. Wang and D M Wei and J. J. Wei and Y. Wei and D. Wu and Junwei. Wu and S. S. Wu and X. Wu and Kang Xi and Z. Q. Xia and Yuliang Xin and H. T. Xu and Z. L. Xu and Z. Z. Xu and G. F. Xue and H. B. Yang and J. Yang and P. Yang and Y. Q. Yang and Z. L. Yang and Haifeng Yao and Y. H. Yu and Qiang Yuan and Chong-xing Yue and Jingjing Zang and C. Zhang and D. L. Zhang and F. Zhang and Jin Bao Zhang and Joyce Y. Zhang and Jing Zhang and Lijuan Zhang and P. F. Zhang and S. X. Zhang and W. Zhang and Yuan Qi Zhang and Yi Jia Zhang and Yun Qiu Zhang and Yan Ling Zhang and Yuan Qi Zhang and Z-Z Zhang and Z-Z Zhang and H. Y. Zhao and H. Y. Zhao and X. F. Zhao and C. Y. Zhou and Y. Zhou and X. L. Zhu and Y. Zhu and Stefan Zimmer},
  journal={Astroparticle Physics},
  year={2017},
  volume={95},
  pages={6-24}
}
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