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Absorption of dark matter by a supermassive black hole at the Galactic center: role of boundary conditions
M.I.Zelnikov ; E.A.Vasiliev ;
Date 31 Mar 2005
Journal JETP Lett. 81 (2005) 85-89; Pisma Zh.Eksp.Teor.Fiz. 81 (2005) 115-119
Subject astro-ph
AbstractThe evolution of the dark matter distribution at the Galactic center is analyzed, which is caused by the combination of gravitational scattering on Galactic bulge stars and absorption by a supermassive black hole at the center of the bulge. Attention is focused on the boundary condition on the black hole. It is shown that its form depends on the energy of dark matter particles. The modified flux of dark matter particles onto the black hole is calculated. Estimates of the amount of dark matter absorbed show that the fraction of dark matter in the total mass of the black hole may be significant. The density of dark matter at the central part of the bulge is calculated. It is shown that recently observed gamma radiation from the Galactic center can be attributed to the annihilation of dark matter with this density.
Source arXiv, astro-ph/0503712
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