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Ultrahigh energy neutrinos from hidden-sector topological defects
Physical Review D, Particles and fields
We study Topological Defects (TD) in hidden (mirror) matter as possible sources of ultra-high energy neutrinos. The hidden/mirror and ordinary matter are assumed to interact very weakly through gravity or superheavy particles. An inflationary scenario is outlined in which superheavy defects are formed in hidden/mirror matter (and not in ordinary matter), and at the same time the density of mirror matter produced at the end of inflation is much smaller than that of ordinary matter. Superheavydoi:10.1103/physrevd.62.083512 fatcat:4r2iba3tsncinl5pjbq3a6mrf4