2019 October 25
DArk Matter Particle Explorer (DAMPE) measures the gamma rays with an excellent energy resolution. Therefore, DAMPE is suitable for the search of gamma-ray line emission that could arise from dark matter annihilation or decay. We have analyzed the Galactic center and nearby galaxy clusters with 3 years of DAMPE data. No statistically significant line is identified between 10 GeV and 300 GeV and we present the 95% confidence limits of the velocity-averaged cross section for dark matter particle annihilation into a pair of gamma rays.