A new calculation of stellar core-collapse explosions that includes all three neutrino flavors shows unusual spectral patterns that will be important in understanding signals from future galactic supernovae.
A model in which the dark matter relic density was inherited from the lepton asymmetry in the early universe can result in lepton-favoring dark matter annihilations today, which may explain recent anomalous cosmic-ray positron observations.
Physics2, 107 (2009) – Published December 21, 2009
A recent theory of high-energy bottom quark jet quenching in nuclear collisions accentuates the novelty of heavy quark jet dynamics in strongly coupled quark-gluon plasmas discovered at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.
The insights of a provocative connection between general relativity and quantum field theory, called the AdS/CFT correspondence, have been extended to rotating black holes that can occur astrophysically.