Primordial Black Hole Dark Matter and Ways to Find It
January 31, 2021
Primordial black holes (PBHs) constitute an attractive non-particle dark matter (DM) candidate. We show how generic PBH formation models based on scalar fields can lead to PBHs with distinct features, including high spin as well as extended mass-spectrum compatible with multiple observations. We discuss how compact stars can serve as unique laboratories for exploring asteroid-mass PBHs constituting DM and also present new ways to test the origin of solar-mass and intermediate-mass PBHs.
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