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Looking deep into the night sky, there are countless stars, myriad shapes of gas clouds, pulsars, supernovae, and galaxies. However, it is now proven that the Universe is mostly filled with what we cannot see; the dark energy and the dark matter. Astrophysical observation indicates that 68% of the Universe is made up with dark energy, 27% is dark matter, and the rest 5% is normal matter. Therefore, probing the dark components of the Universe is the most prominent subject in the modern particle physics.