Reviving MeV-GeV Indirect Detection with Inelastic Dark Matter

Kavli Affiliate: Gordan Krnjaic | First 5 Authors: Asher Berlin, Gordan Krnjaic, Elena Pinetti, , | Summary: Thermal relic dark matter below $sim 10 text{GeV}$ is excluded by cosmic microwave background data if its annihilation to visible particles is unsuppressed near the epoch of recombination. Usual model-building measures to avoid this bound involve kinematically suppressing […]


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Weak Limit of $W^{1,2}$ Homeomorphisms in $mathbb{R}^3$ Can Have Any Degree

Kavli Affiliate: Zheng Zhu | First 5 Authors: OndÅ™ej Bouchala, Stanislav Hencl, Zheng Zhu, , | Summary: In this paper for every $kinmathbb{Z}$ we construct a sequence of weakly converging homeomorphisms $h_mcolon B(0,10)tomathbb{R}^3$, $h_mrightharpoonup h$ in $W^{1,2}(B(0,10))$, such that $h_m(x)=x$ on $partial B(0,10)$ and for every $rin left(tfrac5{16},tfrac{7}{16}right)$ the degree of $h$ with respect to […]


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Flow Morphology of a Supersonic Gravitating Sphere

Kavli Affiliate: Lars Bildsten | First 5 Authors: Logan J. Prust, Lars Bildsten, , , | Summary: Stars and planets move supersonically in a gaseous medium during planetary engulfment, stellar interactions and within protoplanetary disks. For a nearly uniform medium, the relevant parameters are the Mach number and the size of the body, $R$, relative […]


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C-Silicon-based metasurfaces for aperture-robust spectrometer/imaging with angle integration

Kavli Affiliate: Ting Xu | First 5 Authors: Weizhu Xu, Qingbin Fan, Peicheng Lin, Jiarong Wang, Hao Hu | Summary: Compared with conventional grating-based spectrometers, reconstructive spectrometers based on spectrally engineered filtering have the advantage of miniaturization because of the less demand for dispersive optics and free propagation space. However, available reconstructive spectrometers fail to […]


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Further Development of Event-Based Analysis of X-ray Polarization Data

Kavli Affiliate: Herman L. Marshall | First 5 Authors: Herman L. Marshall, , , , | Summary: An event-based maximum likelihood method for handling X-ray polarimetry data is extended to include the effects of background and nonuniform sampling of the possible position angle space. While nonuniform sampling in position angle space generally introduces cross terms […]


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Further Development of Event-Based Analysis of X-ray Polarization Data

Kavli Affiliate: Herman L. Marshall | First 5 Authors: Herman L. Marshall, , , , | Summary: An event-based maximum likelihood method for handling X-ray polarimetry data is extended to include the effects of background and nonuniform sampling of the possible position angle space. While nonuniform sampling in position angle space generally introduces cross terms […]


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Further Development of Event-Based Analysis of X-ray Polarization Data

Kavli Affiliate: Herman L. Marshall | First 5 Authors: Herman L. Marshall, , , , | Summary: An event-based maximum likelihood method for handling X-ray polarimetry data is extended to include the effects of background and nonuniform sampling of the possible position angle space. While nonuniform sampling in position angle space generally introduces cross terms […]


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Co-evolution and Nuclear Structure in the Dwarf Galaxy POX 52 Studied by Multi-wavelength Data From Radio to X-ray

Kavli Affiliate: Claudio Ricci | First 5 Authors: Taiki Kawamuro, Claudio Ricci, Satoshi Yamada, Hirofumi Noda, Ruancun Li | Summary: The nearby dwarf galaxy POX 52 at $z = 0.021$ hosts an active galactic nucleus (AGN) with a black-hole (BH) mass of $M_{rm BH} sim 10^{5-6} M_odot$ and an Eddington ratio of $sim$ 0.1-1. This […]


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Planets Across Space and Time (PAST) IV: The Occurrence and Architecture of Kepler Planetary Systems as a Function of Kinematic Age Revealed by the LAMOST-Gaia-Kepler Sample

Kavli Affiliate: Subo Dong | First 5 Authors: Jia-Yi Yang, Di-Chang Chen, Ji-Wei Xie, Ji-Lin Zhou, Subo Dong | Summary: One of the fundamental questions in astronomy is how planetary systems form and evolve. Measuring the planetary occurrence and architecture as a function of time directly addresses this question. In the fourth paper of the […]


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Quantum Parton Shower with Kinematics

Kavli Affiliate: Masahito Yamazaki | First 5 Authors: Christian W. Bauer, So Chigusa, Masahito Yamazaki, , | Summary: Parton showers which can efficiently incorporate quantum interference effects have been shown to be run efficiently on quantum computers. However, so far these quantum parton showers did not include the full kinematical information required to reconstruct an […]


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