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Compatibility of DAMA/LIBRA dark matter detection with other searches
The DAMA/NaI and DAMA/LIBRA annual modulation data, which may be interpreted as a signal for the existence of weakly interacting dark matter (WIMPs) in our galactic halo, are examined in light ofExpand
The Simons Observatory : Science goals and forecasts
The Simons Observatory (SO) is a new cosmic microwave background experiment being built on Cerro Toco in Chile, due to begin observations in the early 2020s. We describe the scientific goals of theExpand
Dark matter and the first stars: a new phase of stellar evolution.
A mechanism is identified whereby dark matter (DM) in protostellar halos dramatically alters the current theoretical framework for the formation of the first stars. Heat from neutralino DMExpand
The Simons Observatory
Cardassian expansion: a model in which the universe is flat, matter dominated, and accelerating
Abstract A modification to the Friedmann–Robertson–Walker equation is proposed in which the universe is flat, matter dominated, and accelerating. An additional term, which contains only matter orExpand
Unveiling $ν$ secrets with cosmological data: neutrino masses and mass hierarchy
Using some of the latest cosmological data sets publicly available, we derive the strongest bounds in the literature on the sum of the three active neutrino masses, M-nu, within the assumption of aExpand
Annual Modulation of Dark Matter: A Review
Direct detection experiments, which are designed to detect the scattering of dark matter off nuclei in detectors, are a critical component in the search for the Universe’s missing matter. The countExpand
DARK STARS: A NEW LOOK AT THE FIRST STARS IN THE UNIVERSE
We have proposed that the first phase of stellar evolution in the history of the Universe may be Dark Stars (DS), powered by dark matter heating rather than by nuclear fusion, and in this paper weExpand
Colloquium: Annual modulation of dark matter
Direct detection experiments, which are designed to detect the scattering of dark matter off nuclei in detectors, are a critical component in the search for the Universe’s missing matter. ThisExpand
Can Scalar Neutrinos Or Massive Dirac Neutrinos Be the Missing Mass
Abstract Scalar neutrinos and massive Dirac neutrinos in the mass range 2–20 GeV have been proposed as candidates to provide the dark matter in the halo of our galaxy. If so, the particles areExpand
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