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Dark Side of the Universe: Enlightenment Through Gamma-Rays
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Additional AP Seminar
The data of the Fermi LAT gamma-ray satellite telescope shows sharp excess around 130 GeV. The excess can be explained as the signature of annihilation of Dark Matter (DM). After giving a brief introduction to last developments in the search of indirect signals of DM annihilation/decay, I am concentrating on the implications of gamma-ray line(s) at 130 GeV. The talk based on arXiv:1205.1045, 1209.4578, 1207.4466 and some more recent results.
This talk is part of the Cavendish Astrophysics Seminars series.
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