Institute of Astronomy

How clumpy is the dark matter in the Milky Way?

SpeakerTalk DateWeekly Handout
Denis Erkal30 November 2016
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Talk Summary

The Milky Way contains more than 5 times as much dark matter as regular matter. Exactly how this dark matter is distributed in our Galaxy will tell us a lot about its properties. In this talk I will review the evidence for dark matter, present some new results which suggest that it is clumpy, and discuss the implications.
 

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