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Dark Matter Search Perspectives with GAMMA-400

  title={Dark Matter Search Perspectives with GAMMA-400},
  author={Alexander A. Moiseev and A. M. Gal’per and Oscar Adriani and R. L. Aptekar' and Irene V. Arkhangelskaja and Andrey Arkhangelskiy and G.A.Avanesov and L.Bergstrom and M.Boezio and V.Bonvicini and K.A.Boyarchuk and V.A.Dogiel and Yu.V. Gusakov and M. I. Fradkin and Ch. Fuglesang and Bohdan Hnatyk and Vassili Kachanov and Vladimir Kaplin and M. D. Kheymits and V. E. Korepanov and Joachim Larsson and A. A. Leonov and Francesco Longo and Paolo Maestro and P. S. Marrocchesi and E. P. Mazets and Vladimir Victorovich Mikhailov and Emiliano Mocchiutti and Nicola Mori and I. V. Moskalenko and P. Yu. Naumov and Paolo Papini and M Pearce and Piergiorgio Picozza and M. F. Runtso and Felix Ryde and Roberta Sparvoli and Piero Spillantini and Sergey Suchkov and Marco Tavani and Nikolai P. Topchiev and Andrea Vacchi and Elena Vannuccini and Yu.T. Yurkin and Nicola Zampa and V. N. Zarikashvili and Valentin G. Zverev},
  • Alexander A. Moiseev, A. M. Gal’per, +44 authors Valentin G. Zverev
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • GAMMA-400 is a future high-energy g-ray telescope, designed to measure the fluxes of g-rays and cosmic-ray electrons + positrons, which can be produced by annihilation or decay of dark matter particles, and to survey the celestial sphere in order to study point and extended sources of g-rays, measure energy spectra of Galactic and extragalactic diffuse g-ray emission, g-ray bursts, and g-ray emission from the Sun. GAMMA-400 covers the energy range from 100 MeV to 3000 GeV. Its angular… CONTINUE READING

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