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Multi-messenger Probes of Inflationary Fluctuations and Primordial Black Holes

@article{Unal2020MultimessengerPO,
  title={Multi-messenger Probes of Inflationary Fluctuations and Primordial Black Holes},
  author={Caner Unal and Ely D. Kovetz and Subodh P. Patil},
  journal={arXiv: Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
Next generation cosmic microwave background spectral distortion and pulsar timing array experiments have the potential to probe primordial fluctuations at small scales with remarkable sensitivity. We demonstrate the potential of these probes to either detect signatures of primordial black holes (PBHs) sourced from primordial overdensities within the standard thermal history of the universe over a 13-decade mass range ${\cal O}(0.1-10^{12})M_\odot$, or constrain their existence to a negligible… 

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