The next generation of gravitational-wave experiments, such as Einstein Telescope, Cosmic Explorer and LISA, will test the primordial black hole scenario. We provide a forecast for the minimum testable value of the abundance of primordial black holes as a function of their masses for both the unclustered and clustered spatial distributions at formation. In particular, we show that these instruments may test abundances, relative to the dark matter, as low as 10-10.

The minimum testable abundance of primordial black holes at future gravitational-wave detectors / De Luca, V.; Franciolini, G.; Pani, P.; Riotto, A.. - In: JOURNAL OF COSMOLOGY AND ASTROPARTICLE PHYSICS. - ISSN 1475-7516. - 2021:11(2021), p. 039. [10.1088/1475-7516/2021/11/039]

The minimum testable abundance of primordial black holes at future gravitational-wave detectors

Franciolini G.;Riotto A.
2021

Abstract

The next generation of gravitational-wave experiments, such as Einstein Telescope, Cosmic Explorer and LISA, will test the primordial black hole scenario. We provide a forecast for the minimum testable value of the abundance of primordial black holes as a function of their masses for both the unclustered and clustered spatial distributions at formation. In particular, we show that these instruments may test abundances, relative to the dark matter, as low as 10-10.
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