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Sterile Neutrino Dark Matter


Author : Alexander Merle
language : en
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
Release Date : 2017-05-10

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This book is a new look at one of the hottest topics in contemporary science, Dark Matter. It is the pioneering text dedicated to sterile neutrinos as candidate particles for Dark Matter, challenging some of the standard assumptions which may be true for some Dark Matter candidates but not for all. So, this can be seen either as an introduction to a specialized topic or an out-of-the-box introduction to the field of Dark Matter in general. No matter if you are a theoretical particle physicist, an observational astronomer, or a ground based experimentalist, no matter if you are a grad student or an active researcher, you can benefit from this text, for a simple reason: a non-standard candidate for Dark Matter can teach you a lot about what we truly know about our standard picture of how the Universe works.

Sterile Neutrino Dark Matter


Author : Alexander Merle
language : en
Publisher: Morgan & Claypool Publishers
Release Date : 2017-05-10

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This book is a new look at one of the hottest topics in contemporary science, Dark Matter. It is the pioneering text dedicated to sterile neutrinos as candidate particles for Dark Matter, challenging some of the standard assumptions which may be true for some Dark Matter candidates but not for all. So, this can be seen either as an introduction to a specialized topic or an out-of-the-box introduction to the field of Dark Matter in general. No matter if you are a theoretical particle physicist, an observational astronomer, or a ground based experimentalist, no matter if you are a grad student or an active researcher, you can benefit from this text, for a simple reason: a non-standard candidate for Dark Matter can teach you a lot about what we truly know about our standard picture of how the Universe works.

Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay


Author : V. K. B. Kota
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2008

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"One of the most important physics question is, whether neutrinos are Majorana particles, i.e., they are their own antiparticles. This will also mean that there is lepton number violation in nature. This will have several interesting consequences in astrophysics and cosmology. Search for the Neutrinoless double beta decay can answer this question and provide the absolute mass of the neutrinos, which is the most important unknown parameter in neutrino physics at present. In this effort the main problem is to detect this extremely rare process. In addition, proper interpretation of the results require calculation of complicated nuclear structure matrix elements from nuclear models. Considering the importance, many new neutrinoless double beta decay experiments are planned all over the world. In India also there is an effort to perform this experiment in the underground laboratory of the proposed India-based Neutrino Observatory. In this book this and other related experiments are reviewed and also the theoretical aspects of the neutrinoless double beta decay and its consequences are summarized."--BOOK JACKET.

Self Interacting Dark Matter And Sterile Neutrinos


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language : en
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Release Date : 2016

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Abstract: We discuss some possible astrophysical and cosmological connections between dark matter and sterile neutrinos. Both the controversies at small scales for traditional cold dark matter (CDM) and anomalies in neutrino experiments seem to suggest that there might be new self-interactions for dark matter and sterile neutrinos. Surprisingly, if the new interaction also mediates between dark matter and sterile neutrinos, "missing satellite problem" in CDM paradigm can also be solved. On the other hand, light sterile neutrinos with self-interacting can also satisfy the cosmological bounds.

Particle Dark Matter


Author : Gianfranco Bertone
language : en
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2010

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Describes the dark matter problem in particle physics, astrophysics and cosmology for graduate students and researchers.

Stellar Collapse


Author : Chris L. Fryer
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2004-04-30

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Supernovae, hypernovae and gamma-ray bursts are among the most energetic explosions in the universe. The light from these outbursts is, for a brief time, comparable to billions of stars and can outshine the host galaxy within which the explosions reside. Most of the heavy elements in the universe are formed within these energetic explosions. Surprisingly enough, the collapse of massive stars is the primary source of not just one, but all three of these explosions. As all of these explosions arise from stellar collapse, to understand one requires an understanding of the others. Stellar Collapse marks the first book to combine discussions of all three phenomena, focusing on the similarities and differences between them. Designed for graduate students and scientists newly entering this field, this book provides a review not only of these explosions, but the detailed physical models used to explain them from the numerical techniques used to model neutrino transport and gamma-ray transport to the detailed nuclear physics behind the evolution of the collapse to the observations that have led to these three classes of explosions.

The 4 Percent Universe


Author : Richard Panek
language : en
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release Date : 2011-01-10

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The epic, behind-the-scenes story of an astounding gap in our scientific knowledge of the cosmos. In the past few years, a handful of scientists have been in a race to explain a disturbing aspect of our universe: only 4 percent of it consists of the matter that makes up you, me, our books, and every planet, star, and galaxy. The rest—96 percent of the universe—is completely unknown. Richard Panek tells the dramatic story of how scientists reached this conclusion, and what they’re doing to find this "dark" matter and an even more bizarre substance called dark energy. Based on in-depth, on-site reporting and hundreds of interviews—with everyone from Berkeley’s feisty Saul Perlmutter and Johns Hopkins’s meticulous Adam Riess to the quietly revolutionary Vera Rubin—the book offers an intimate portrait of the bitter rivalries and fruitful collaborations, the eureka moments and blind alleys, that have fueled their search, redefined science, and reinvented the universe.