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Paper   IPM / P / 17710
School of Physics
  Title:   Singlet scalar dark matter in the noncommutative space–time: A viable hypothesis to explain the gamma-ray excess in the galactic center
1.  Z. Rezari
2.  S.P. Zakeri
  Status:   Published
  Journal: Int. J. Mod. Phys. A
  No.:  35n36
  Vol.:  38
  Year:  2023
  Pages:   2350190
  Supported by:  IPM
In this paper, we explore the noncommutative space–time to revive the idea that gamma-ray excess in the galactic center may stem from the annihilation of particle dark matter. In the noncommutative theory, the photon spectrum is produced by direct emission during this annihilation wherein a photon can be embed in the final state together with other direct products in new vertices. In the various configurations of dark matter phenomenology, we pursue the most prevalent model known as singlet scalar. Calculating the relevant aspects of the model and determining the parameters phase space, we derive the photon flux in the galactic center. This region, known for its high density and occasional existence of robust magnetic fields, serves as an ideal location for investigating theories that encompass the concept of Lorentz symmetry breaking. Upon comparing our numerical achievements with experimental data, it becomes evident that noncommutative space–time can be a reliable framework to explain the gamma-ray excess.

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