Considering the annihilation of massive tau-neutrinos in the Galactic Halo, we show that it is difficult to obtain concordance between the observed (directly on indirectly) and predicted fluxes of cosmic electrons and positrons in the case of a stable tau-neutrino with mass approximate to 1-24 MeV and magnetic moment mu similar to 10(-6) mu(B). These results exclude the possibility Tor such a tau-neutrino being the dominant cold dark matter particle component.
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