A search for annihilating dark matter in 47 Tucanae and Omega Centauri

@article{StaveleySmith2022ASF,
  title={A search for annihilating dark matter in 47 Tucanae and Omega Centauri},
  author={Lister Staveley-Smith and Emma Frances Bond and Kenji Bekki and T. Westmeier},
  journal={Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia},
  year={2022},
  volume={39}
}
Abstract A plausible formation scenario for the Galactic globular clusters 47 Tucanae (47 Tuc) and Omega Centauri $(\omega$ Cen) is that they are tidally stripped remnants of dwarf galaxies, in which case they are likely to have retained a fraction of their dark matter cores. In this study, we have used the ultra-wide band receiver on the Parkes telescope (Murriyang) to place upper limits on the annihilation rate of exotic Light Dark Matter particles $(\chi)$ via the $\chi\chi\rightarrow e… 

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