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De 12h45 à 13h45

Bernd Vollmer (ObAS)  Thick turbulent gas disks with magnetocentrifugal winds in active galactic...

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Strasbourg, France

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The Local Group, baryons, and the nature of dark matter

Le 7 avril 2017
De 10h30 à 12h00

Mark Lovell

MPIA Heidelberg

It is well known that the number of Local Group galaxies is much smaller than the number density of dark matter haloes predicted by N-body cold dark matter simulations, and these same simulations often predict satellite central (<1kpc) densities higher than what we observe. Solutions to these problems include feedback from baryon processes, novel dark matter physics, and a combination of the two. In this talk I will review the status of baryon models, explain the likely impact of different dark matter candidates on the Local Group with a particular focus on the sterile neutrino, and present work comparing these models with observations.

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