“Non-cold” dark matter at small scales: a general approach

Abstract

Structure formation at small cosmological scales provides an important frontier for dark matter (DM) research. Scenarios with small DM particle masses, large momenta or hidden interactions tend to suppress the gravitational clustering at small scales. The details of this suppression depend on the DM particle nature, allowing for a direct link between DM… (More)

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@inproceedings{Murgia2017NoncoldDM, title={“Non-cold” dark matter at small scales: a general approach}, author={Roberta Murgia and Alexander Merle and Matteo Viel and M. Totzauer and Andr{\'e} L Schneider}, year={2017} }