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The Launching of La Belle Epoque of High Energy Physics and Cosmology
The observed velocities of radio pulsars, which range in the hundreds kilometers per second, and many of which exceed 1000 km/s, are not explained by the standard physics of the supernova explosion. However, if a sterile neutrino with mass in the 1-20 keV range exists, it would be emitted asymmetrically from a cooling neutron star, which could give it a sufficient recoil to explain the pulsar motions. The same particle can be the cosmological dark mater. Future observations of X-ray telescopesdoi:10.1142/9789812701992_0021 fatcat:a3l6cgqo7rd4lng5vqvpr4ld44