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Overduin J.M., Wesson P.S. — Dark sky, dark matter
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Название: Dark sky, dark matter

Авторы: Overduin J.M., Wesson P.S.

Аннотация:

The approach of the authors is to compare the best observational data from large telescopes with the best cosmological theory based on general relativity and particle physics. Gives a more accurate picture of the universe and the exotic material believed to constitute dark matter.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/Гравитационное взаимодействие/Космология/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 2003

Количество страниц: 216

Добавлена в каталог: 29.09.2005

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Предметный указатель
$\gamma$ ray band      11 147 160 183
$\gamma$ ray band, high energy      164
$\gamma$ ray band, low-energy      164
$\gamma$ ray band, very high-energy (VHE)      165
$\gamma$-ray bursts (GRBs)      173
Absorption, by Earth s atmosphere      10
Absorption, by intergalactic dust      63 128 135
Absorption, by neutral hydrogen      135
Absorption, by neutral hydrogen, in the disc      129 130
Absorption, by neutral hydrogen, intergalactic      63 128 136
Active galactic nuclei (AGN)      164
Age crisis      70
Age, of metal poor halo stars      70
Age, of the galaxies      7 28
Age, of the Universe $({t}_{0})$      39 70 99 180
Amanda      148
Anthropic principle      80
Antipodal redshift      80
Apollo      164
Arrow of time      91
Asteroids      2
Axinos      194
Axion decay      113
Axion decay, and cavity detectors      115
Axion decay, bolometric intensity due to      119
Axion decay, Feynman diagram      115
Axion decay, halo luminosity due to      118
Axion decay, lifetime $({\tau}_{a})$      115
Axion decay, spectral intensity due to      121
Axions      13 76 113 146 192
Axions, and red giants      114 116
Axions, and supernovae      114 116
Axions, comoving number density $({n}_{a})$      115
Axions, coupling parameter $(\zeta)$      115 122
Axions, density parameter $({\Omega}_{a})$      116 124
Axions, DFSZ      116
Axions, in clusters of galaxies      124
Axions, in galaxy halos      117
Axions, invisible      115
Axions, KSVZ (hadromc)      116
Axions, multi-eV      116
Axions, production mechanisms, axionic string decay      114
Axions, production mechanisms, thermal      115
Axions, production mechanisms, vacuum misalignment      114
Axions, rest mass $({m}_{a})$      114 116 124
B band      21 50 136
Baade — Wesselink method      68
Baryogenesis      161
Baryomc dark matter (BDM)      67
Baryomc dark matter (BDM), density parameter $({\Omega}_{bar})$      67
Baryon to photon ratio      84 98
Baryonic matter, dark fraction $({f}_{bdm})$      72
Baryonic matter, density parameter $({\Omega}_{bar})$      72 130
BDM      see “Baryonic dark matter”
Beige dwarfs      73
Berkeley UVX      142
Bianchi identities      91
Big bounce, in vacuum dominated models      32
Big bounce, with variable A-term      94
Big-bang theory      6
Black dwarfs      72
Black holes      13 72 170
Black holes, higher dimensional      see “Solitons”
Black holes, primordial      see “Primordial black holes”
Black holes, temperature      178
Blazars      164
Boltzmann equation      115 146
BOOMERANG      83
Brane world scenario      194
Brans Dicke theory      92
Brown dwarfs      72
CDM      see “Cold dark matter”
CDMS      148
Cepheid variables      68
Cerenkov detectors      116 149 185
CGRO      164
Charge-parity (CP)      113
Circular velocity (vc)      50 118
CMB      see “Cosmic microwave background”
CNOC collaboration      74
COBE      11 49 83 95 108 122
Coincidence problem      86
Cold dark matter (CDM)      67 70 85 113 146 170
Cold dark matter (CDM), density parameter $({\Omega}_{cdm})$      67 76
Comoving luminosity density $(L)$      45
Comoving luminosity density $(L)$, at z = 0 ${L}_{0}$      21
Comoving luminosity density $(L)$, relative to z = 0 $L$      46
Comoving number density (n)      19
Comoving number density (n), at z = 0 $({n}_{0})$      117
Comoving number density (n), relative to z = 0 (n)      59
COMPTEL      153 156 160 164 184
Conformal rescaling      92
Conservation, of energy      90 91 93
Conservation, of entropy      103
Conservation, of galaxies      23
Conservation, of particle number      97
Constrained minimal supersymmetric model (CMSSM)      148
Continuum units (CUs)      46 108
Cosmic microwave background (cmb)      7 13 41
Cosmic microwave background (CMB), angular power spectrum      83 94
Cosmic microwave background (CMB), temperature $({T}_{cmb})$      103 157
Cosmic string loops      78 173
Cosmological constant $(\Lambda)$      68 78
Cosmological constant $(\Lambda)$ variable      see “Variable cosmological term”
Cosmological constant problem      79 85 90 113
Cosmological models, ABDM      48 70 84 98 116
Cosmological models, ACDM      48 70 85 98 116 152
Cosmological models, closed (spherical)      25 83
Cosmological models, de Sitter      30
Cosmological models, Eddington Lemaitre      80
Cosmological models, Einstein de Sitter (EdS)      27 30 70 73 81 98 122 133 152 181
Cosmological models, flat (Euclidean)      24
Cosmological models, Milne      31
Cosmological models, OCDM      48 70
Cosmological models, open (hyperbolic)      25 85
Cosmological models, radiation      29
Cosmological models, SCDM      see “EdS above”
Cosmological scale factor (R)      17
Cosmological scale factor (R), as function of t      37 38 71 99 181
Cosmological scale factor (R), at present $({R}_{0})$      17
Cosmological scale factor (R), relative to present (R)      19
Critical density $({\rho}_{crit})$      24
Critical density $({\rho}_{crit})$, present value of $({\rho}_{crit,0})$      24
Curvature constant (k)      17 26
Curvature scalar (R)      17 92
Cus      see “Continuum units”
CYGNUS air-shower array      185
DAMA      148
Dark energy      see “Vacuum energy”
Dark matter      13 66 192
Dark matter, baryonic      see “Baryomc dark matter”
Dark matter, cold      69 see
Dark matter, hot      see “Hot dark matter”
Dark matter, warm      see “Warm dark matter”
DASI      83
DE      1 142
de Sitter model      see “Cosmological models”
Decaying-neutrino hypothesis      77 127 142
Dicke coincidences      27
DISM      see “Interstellar medium diffuse”
Dust grains, fluffy silicate      138
Dust grains, Mie scattering      137
Dust grains, PAH nanostrucrures      138
Dust grains, silicate/graphite      137
Dust, and dimming of SNIa      82
Dust, and galaxy SEDs      56
Dust, and lensing statistics      81
Dust, extinction $(\xi)$      136 137
DUVE      142
EBL      see “Extragalactic background light”
Eclipsing binaries      69
EDELWEISS      148
EGRET      153 156 160 164 184
Einstein limit $({\Omega}_{\Lambda\;E})$      80
Einstein tensor      92
Einstein's 'biggest blunder      79
Einstein's field equations, in 4, dimensions      16
Einstein's field equations, in 5, dimensions      187
Electromagnetic cascades      158 160
Electron positron annihilation      103
Electroweak theory      79
Emstem — de Sitter (EdS) model      see “Cosmological models”
Energy momentum tensor $({\cal T}_{\mu\nu})$      17
Energy momentum tensor $({\cal T}_{\mu\nu})$ for induced matter      188
Energy momentum tensor $({\cal T}_{\mu\nu})$ for perfect fluids      22 96
Energy momentum tensor $({\cal T}_{\mu\nu})$ for scalar fields      93
Equation of state      22 172
Equation of state, dustlike      22 96 172 176
Equation of state, radiation      22 96 172
Equation of state, scalar field      23
Equation of state, stiff      23 172
Equation of state, superhard      172
Equation of state, vacuum      22 102
Equivalence principle      189
EURD      142
Extragalactic background light (EBL)      11
Extragalactic background light (EBL), bolometric intensity of (Q)      19
Extragalactic background light (EBL), bolometric intensity of (Q), in de Sitter model      30
Extragalactic background light (EBL), bolometric intensity of (Q), in EdS model      30
Extragalactic background light (EBL), bolometric intensity of (Q), in Milne model      31
Extragalactic background light (EBL), bolometric intensity of (Q), in models with matter and vacuum energy      33
Extragalactic background light (EBL), bolometric intensity of (Q), in radiation model      30
Extragalactic background light (EBL), bolometric intensity of (Q), typical value ${Q}_{*}$      22
Extragalactic background light (EBL), spectral intensity of $({I}_{\lambda})$      43
Extragalactic background light (EBL), spectral intensity of $({I}_{\lambda})$, with blackbody SED      53
Extragalactic background light (EBL), spectral intensity of $({I}_{\lambda})$, with delta-function SED      48
Extragalactic background light (EBL), spectral intensity of $({I}_{\lambda})$, with Gaussian SED      50
Extragalactic background light (EBL), spectral intensity of $({I}_{\lambda})$, with two component SED      59
Fnedmann Lemaitre equation      26
Free streaming neutrinos, bolometric intensity due to      134
Free streaming neutrinos, comoving luminosity density due to      134
Galaxies, faint blue excess      58
Galaxies, faint number counts      81 94
Galaxies, low surface brightness      61
Galaxies, luminosity (Lo)      21
Galaxies, luminosity density of      see “Comoving luminosity density”
Galaxies, luminosity ratio $({l}_{0})$      57
Galaxies, merger parameter $(\eta)$      57
Galaxies, morphological types      55
Galaxies, normal (quiescent)      55
Galaxies, normal (quiescent), luminosity $({L}_{n})$      57
Galaxies, normal (quiescent), number density $({n}_{n})$      57
Galaxies, number density of      see “Comoving number density”
Galaxies, peculiar velocities      75
Galaxies, spectral energy distributions      56
Galaxies, starburst (active)      44 55
Galaxies, starburst (active), luminosity $({L}_{s})$      57
Galaxies, starburst (active), number density $({n}_{s})$      57
Galaxies, starburst fraction $(f)$      57
Galaxies, starburst fraction $(f)$, at $z = 0 ({f}_{0})$      57
Galaxy clusters, baryon fraction      74
Galaxy clusters, rich      74
Galaxy current $({J}_{g}^{\mu})$      18
Galaxy distribution, bias in      81
Galaxy distribution, power spectrum of      75
Galaxy evolution, luminosity density      45
Galaxy evolution, number density      59 75
Galaxy evolution, starburst fraction      59
GALLEX      78
General relativity      16
General relativity, classical tests of      189
General relativity, in higher dimensions      see “Kaluza Klein gravity”
GI theory      see “Gravitational instability theory”
Glumos      194
Grand Unified Theories (GUTs)      79 115 173
Gravitational instability (GI) theory      75—77
Gravitational lensing      70 80
Gravitational lensing, statistics of      81 94
Gravitino problem      161 186
Gravitinos      147 193
Gravitinos, bolometric intensity due to      162
Gravitinos, decay      see “WIMP decay”
Gravitinos, decay lifetime $({\tau}_{\tilde{g}})$      162 166
Gravitinos, rest mass $({m}_{\tilde{g}})$      161
Gravitinos, spectral intensity due to      162
Hawking evaporation      13 170
HDM      see “Hot dark matter”
HEAO-1      164
Higgsinos $(\tilde{h})$      147 159
Homestake      78
Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope      128
Hopkins UVX      49 121
Hot dark matter (HDM)      67 77 128
Hubble Deep Field (HDF)      46 72
Hubble Key Project (HKP)      68
Hubble s energy and number effects      17
Hubble s law      6
Hubble Space Telescope (HST)      11 49 122
Hubble's parameter (H)      20
Hubble's parameter (H), as function of t      38
Hubble's parameter (H), as function of z      26 119 133
Hubble's parameter (H), at present $({H}_{0})$      20
Hubble's parameter (H), normalized $({h}_{0})$      20 70
Hubble's parameter (H), relative to present $(\tilde{H})$      21 26
HZT      81
ICS      see “Inverse Compton scattering”
Inflation      23 27 73 161 186
Inflation and reheat temperature      161
Infrared (IR) band      11 12 120
Infrared (IR) band, far infrared (FIR)      109
Infrared (IR) band, near infrared (NIR)      48
Integral flux conversion to      165
Intensity, of a single galaxy      17
Intensity, of all galaxies      see “Extragalactic background light”
Intensity, of galaxies in a shell bolometric      19
Intensity, of galaxies in a shell bolometric, spectral      42
Intensity, reading-room      9 39
Intergalactic medium (IGM)      135
Interstellar medium diffuse (DISM)      137
Inverse Compton scattering (ICS)      157 160 161
Isothermal density profile      151
J band      49
Jaffe profile      118
K band      49 81
Kaluza — Klein gravity      186
Kitt Peak telescope      12
Kosmos      164
L band      49
Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC)      68 72 149
Large scale structure formation      73 81 94 127
Las Campanas telescope      49 122
Lee Weinberg bound      150
LEP collider      77
Light travel time      7
Lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP)      146 161
Long baseline radio interferometry      69
Look back time      19
LSND      78
Luminous matter, average density      6
Luminous matter, density parameter $({\Omega}_{lum})$      68 71
Luminous matter, rate of energy output      5
Lyman a absorbers      72 75 84 136
M theory      194
Mach s principle      92
MACHO survey      72 73 173
MACHOS      see “Massive compact halo objects”
Magnirude-redshift relation      81
MAP      84
Mass to light ratio      74
Mass-to-light ratio (M/L)      72
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