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Dark Matter and Cooling Flows

  • B. J. Carr (a1) and K. M. Ashman (a1)

Abstract

Cosmological arguments suggest that a large fraction of the baryons in the Universe are dark. Although the background dark matter required to make up the critical density would have to consist of some kind of elementary particle, the dark matter in galactic halos could be baryonic. In particular, we argue that it could consist of jupiters made in pregalactic or protogalactic cooling flows. These would be analagous to the cluster cooling flows observed at the present epoch but on a smaller scale.

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