Particle-physics constraints from the globular cluster M5: neutrino dipole moments ?

@article{Viaux2013ParticlephysicsCF,
  title={Particle-physics constraints from the globular cluster M5: neutrino dipole moments ?},
  author={N. Viaux and M. Catel{\'a}n and P. Stetson and G. Raffelt and J. Redondo and A. Valcarce and A. Weiss},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2013},
  volume={558},
  pages={1-17}
}
Stellar evolution is modified if energy is lost in a “dark channel” similar to neutrino emission. Comparing modified stellar evolution sequences with observations provides some of the most restrictive limits on axions and other hypothetical low-mass particles and on non-standard neutrino properties. In particular, a putative neutrino magnetic dipole moment enhances the plasmon decay process, postpones helium ignition in low-mass stars, and therefore extends the red giant branch (RGB) in… Expand
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