A Common Origin of Neutralino Stars and Supermassive Black Holes

Abstract

To account for the microlensing events observed in the Galactic halo, Gurevich, Zybin, and Sirota have proposed a model of gravitationally bound, noncompact objects with masses of ∼ (0.01 ÷ 1)M⊙. These objects are formed in the expanding Universe from adiabatic density perturbations and consist of weakly interacting particles of dark matter, for example… (More)

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@inproceedings{Dokuchaev2002ACO, title={A Common Origin of Neutralino Stars and Supermassive Black Holes}, author={V. I. Dokuchaev and Yu. N. Eroshenko}, year={2002} }