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Anihelium flux from antimatter globular cluster

@article{Khlopov2020AniheliumFF,
  title={Anihelium flux from antimatter globular cluster},
  author={Maxim Yu. Khlopov and A. O. Kirichenko and Austria Department of Physics and Southern Federal University and Rostov on Don and Russia. and National Research Nuclear University MEPhI and Moscow and Universit'e de Paris and Cnrs and Astroparticule et Cosmologie and Par{\'i}s and France.},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2020}
}
Macroscopic cosmic antimatter objects are predicted in baryonasymmetrical Universe in the models of strongly nonhomogeneousbaryosynthesis. We test the hypothesis of the existence of an oldglobular cluster of anti-stars in the galactic halo by evaluating theflux of helium anti-nuclei in galactic cosmic rays. Due to the symme-try of matter and antimatter we assume that the antimatter clusterevolves in a similar way as a matter cluster. The energy density ofantiparticles in galactic cosmic rays… 

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