Indirect Detection of Dark Matter in the Galaxy. (arXiv:2006.00513v1 [hep-ph])

Indirect Detection of Dark Matter in the Galaxy. (arXiv:2006.00513v1 [hep-ph])
<a href="http://arxiv.org/find/hep-ph/1/au:+Leane_R/0/1/0/all/0/1">Rebecca K. Leane</a>

I present a short overview of the latest developments in indirect searches
for dark matter using gamma rays, X-rays, charged cosmic rays, micro waves,
radio waves, and neutrinos. I briefly outline key past, present, and future
experiments and their search strategies. In several searches there are exciting
anomalies which could potentially be emerging dark matter signals. I discuss
these anomalous signals, and some future prospects to determine their origins.

I present a short overview of the latest developments in indirect searches
for dark matter using gamma rays, X-rays, charged cosmic rays, micro waves,
radio waves, and neutrinos. I briefly outline key past, present, and future
experiments and their search strategies. In several searches there are exciting
anomalies which could potentially be emerging dark matter signals. I discuss
these anomalous signals, and some future prospects to determine their origins.

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