Dark matter constraints from an observation of dSphs and theстатья

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[1] Dark matter constraints from an observation of dsphs and the / A. D. Avrorin, A. V. Avrorin, V. M. Aynutdinov et al. // Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics. — 2017. — Vol. 125, no. 1. — P. 80–90. We have analyzed the neutrino events recoded in the deep-water neutrino experiment NT200 in Lake Baikal in five years of observations toward dark dwarf spheroidal galaxies (dSphs) in the southern hemisphere and the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC). This analysis completes the series of works based on NT200 data in the search for a dark matter annihilation signal in astrophysical objects. We have found no significant excess in the number of observed events relative to the expected background from atmospheric neutrinos in all tested directions, in 22 dSphs and the LMC. For a sample of five selected dwarf galaxies we have performed a joint analysis of the data by the maximum likelihood method. We have obtained a correspondence of the observational data to the null hypothesis about the presence of only background events and established 90% confidence-level upper limits for the annihilation cross sections of dark matter particles with a mass from 30 GeV to 10 TeV in several annihilation channels both in the joint analysis of the selected sample of galaxies and in the analysis toward the LMC. The strongest constraints at a level of 7 × 10–21 cm3 s–1 have been obtained for the direction toward the LMC in the channel of annihilation into a pair of neutrinos. [ DOI ]

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