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Astroparticle physics is the both the study of astrophysical phenomenon via particle physics and the study of particle physics in astrophysical environments.

Astroparticle physics is the both the study of astrophysical phenomenon via particle physics and the study of particle physics in astrophysical environments. This is a place to learn what astroparticle physics is and to discuss latest results in astroparticle physics.

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Past Friday I was speaking about indirect inference of dark matter from antiprotons in the South American Dark Matter workshop (https://lnkd.in/drHR3wb). The full talk is here!

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2020/12/09
10:03 UTC

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Interesting talk on gravitational waves!

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2020/09/30
13:45 UTC

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Could the discrepancies in the measurements of neutron lifetime be an indication of exotic physics?

https://phys.org/news/2020-09-mystery-neutron-lifetime.html?fbclid=IwAR10Uj5MG1As9Hnxsj6w4YoY2YF4Ab0UYwFC7BBggGIIH0ueOG-eQPWqRwc

In particular, I am very fascinated by the possibility of decays in non-standard model particles, something similar to what was observed in the decays of Be-8 and excited states of He-4 (https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/evidence-of-new-x17-particle-reported-but-scientists-are-wary/).

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2020/09/08
21:55 UTC

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Indirect search of dark matter from cosmic ray studies

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2020/09/02
17:19 UTC

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Nice review on the phenomenology of Galactic cosmic rays

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2020/08/25
00:55 UTC

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Adam Riess and collaborators have been misrepresenting the tilt (bulk flow) of the local Universe as 'dark energy'.

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2019/11/29
11:55 UTC

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