Recent studies have suggested the possibility that the lightest supersymmetric particle is a suitable dark matter candidate. In this theoretical framework, annihilations in high density environments like the center of dark matter halo es may produce an intense flux of gamma-rays. In this paper we discuss the possibility of detecting the signatures of neutralino annihilation in nearby galaxies with next generation ground-based detectors.

Pieri, L., Branchini, E.F. (2003). On the Detectability of Gamma-Rays from Dark Matter Annihilation in the Local Group with Ground-Based Experiments. In Proceedings of the 28th International Cosmic Ray Conference. BRUXELLES : IUPAP.

On the Detectability of Gamma-Rays from Dark Matter Annihilation in the Local Group with Ground-Based Experiments

BRANCHINI, ENZO FRANCO
2003-01-01

Abstract

Recent studies have suggested the possibility that the lightest supersymmetric particle is a suitable dark matter candidate. In this theoretical framework, annihilations in high density environments like the center of dark matter halo es may produce an intense flux of gamma-rays. In this paper we discuss the possibility of detecting the signatures of neutralino annihilation in nearby galaxies with next generation ground-based detectors.
Pieri, L., Branchini, E.F. (2003). On the Detectability of Gamma-Rays from Dark Matter Annihilation in the Local Group with Ground-Based Experiments. In Proceedings of the 28th International Cosmic Ray Conference. BRUXELLES : IUPAP.
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