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Probing Sub-GeV Dark Matter with Conventional Detectors.
The direct detection of dark matter particles with mass below the GeV scale is hampered by soft nuclear recoil energies and finite detector thresholds. For a given maximum relative velocity, theExpand
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US Cosmic Visions: New Ideas in Dark Matter 2017: Community Report
This white paper summarizes the workshop "U.S. Cosmic Visions: New Ideas in Dark Matter" held at University of Maryland on March 23-25, 2017.
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Daily modulation as a smoking gun of dark matter with significant stopping rate
We point out that for a range of parameters, the flux of DM may be stopped significantly by its interactions with the Earth. This can significantly degrade the sensitivity of direct detectionExpand
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Direct Detection of Strongly Interacting Sub-GeV Dark Matter via Electron Recoils
We consider direct-detection searches for sub-GeV dark matter via electron scatterings in the presence of large interactions between dark and ordinary matter. Scatterings both on electrons and nucleiExpand
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Can neutron stars constrain dark matter
Because of their strong gravitational field, neutron stars capture weakly interacting dark matter particles (WIMPs) more efficiently compared to other stars, including the white dwarfs. OnceExpand
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WIMP annihilation and cooling of neutron stars
We study the effect of WIMP annihilation on the temperature of a neutron star. We shall argue that the released energy due to WIMP annihilation inside the neutron stars might affect the temperatureExpand
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Strong interactive massive particles from a strong coupled theory
Minimal walking technicolor models can provide a nontrivial solution for cosmological dark matter, if the lightest technibaryon is doubly charged. Technibaryon asymmetry generated in the earlyExpand
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White Dwarf Critical Tests for Modified Gravity.
Scalar-tensor theories of gravity can lead to modifications of the gravitational force inside astrophysical objects. We exhibit that compact stars such as white dwarfs provide a unique setup to testExpand
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Composite dark matter from a model with composite Higgs boson
In a previous paper [Phys. Rev. D77, 065002 (2008)], we showed how the minimal walking technicolor model can provide a composite dark matter candidate, by forming bound states between a -2Expand
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DaMaSCUS: the impact of underground scatterings on direct detection of light dark matter
Conventional dark matter direct detection experiments set stringent constraints on dark matter by looking for elastic scattering events between dark matter particles and nuclei in undergroundExpand
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