General Analysis of Antideuteron Searches for Dark Matter

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Title: General Analysis of Antideuteron Searches for Dark Matter
Author: Cui, Yanou; Mason, John; Randall, Lisa

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Citation: Cui, Yanou, John D. Mason, and Lisa Randall. 2010. General Analysis of Antideuteron Searches for Dark Matter. Journal of High Energy Physics 2010(11): 1-36.
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Abstract: Low energy cosmic ray antideuterons provide a unique low background channel for indirect detection of dark matter. We compute the cosmic ray flux of antideuterons from hadronic annihilations of dark matter for various Standard Model final states and determine the mass reach of two future experiments (AMS-02 and GAPS) designed to greatly increase the sensitivity of antideuteron detection over current bounds. We consider generic models of scalar, fermion, and massive vector bosons as thermal dark matter, describe their basic features relevant to direct and indirect detection, and discuss the implications of direct detection bounds on models of dark matter as a thermal relic. We also consider specific dark matter candidates and assess their potential for detection via antideuterons from their hadronic annihilation channels. Since the dark matter mass reach of the GAPS experiment can be well above 100 GeV, we find that antideuterons can be a good indirect detection channel for a variety of thermal relic electroweak scale dark matter candidates, even when the rate for direct detection is highly suppressed.
Published Version: doi:10.1007/JHEP11(2010)017
Other Sources: http://arxiv.org/abs/1006.0983v1
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Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:8015814

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