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WIMP direct detection and the ultra-local dark matter distribution

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WIMP Direct detection experiments have reached the sensitivity required to detect WIM Ps and are beginning to probe the parameter space of supersymmetric models. The signals expected in these experiments, in particular the annual modulation, depend on the ultra-local (sub-milli-pc) dark matter distribution. I will overview recent results on the dark matter velocity and density distribution, before focusing on work in progress on the ultra-local dark matter distribution.

This talk is part of the Cosmology Lunch series.

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