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Discovery potential for directional Dark Matter detection with nuclear emulsions


Agafonova, N. (Moscow, INR) ; Aleksandrov, A. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Anokhina, A. (SINP, Moscow) ; Asada, T. (KMI, Nagoya) ; Ashikhmin, V.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Bodnarchuk, I. (Dubna, JINR) ; Buonaura, A. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Chernyavskii, M. (Lebedev Inst.) ; Chukanov, A. (Dubna, JINR) ; D'Ambrosio, N. (Gran Sasso) ; De Lellis, G. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Di Crescenzo, A. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Di Marco, N. (Gran Sasso) ; Dmitrievski, S. (Dubna, JINR) ; Enikeev, R.I. (Moscow, INR) ; Fini, R.A. (INFN, Bari) ; Galati, G. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Gentile, V. (GSSI, Aquila) ; Gorbunov, S. (Lebedev Inst.) ; Gornushkin, Y. (Dubna, JINR) ; Guler, A.M. (Middle East Tech. U., Ankara) ; Ichiki, H. (KMI, Nagoya) ; Katsuragawa, T. (KMI, Nagoya) ; Konovalova, N. (Lebedev Inst.) ; Kuge, K. (Chiba U.) ; Lauria, A. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Lee, K.Y. (Gyeongsang Natl. U.) ; Lista, L. (INFN, Naples) ; Malgin, A.S. (Moscow, INR) ; Managadze, A. (SINP, Moscow) ; Monacelli, P. (INFN, Rome) ; Montesi, M.C. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Naka, T. (KMI, Nagoya) ; Park, B.D. (Gyeongsang Natl. U.) ; Podgrudkov, D. (SINP, Moscow) ; Polukhina, N. (Moscow Phys. Eng. Inst.) ; Pupilli, F. (INFN, Padua) ; Roganova, T. (SINP, Moscow) ; Rogozhnikov, A. (Yandex Sch. Data Anal., Moscow) ; Rosa, G. (Rome U.) ; Ryazhskaya, O.G. (Moscow, INR) ; Sato, O. (KMI, Nagoya) ; Shakiryanova, I.R. (Moscow, INR) ; Shchedrina, T. (Lebedev Inst.) ; Sirignano, C. (INFN, Padua) ; Sohn, J.Y. (Gyeongsang Natl. U.) ; Sotnikov, A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Starkov, N. (Lebedev Inst.) ; Strolin, P. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Tioukov, V. (Napoli Seconda U.) ; Umemoto, A. (KMI, Nagoya) ; Ustyuzhanin, A. (Higher Sch. of Economics, Moscow) ; Vladymyrov, M. (Lebedev Inst.) ; Yoon, C.S. (Gyeongsang Natl. U.) ; Yoshimoto, M. (KMI, Nagoya) ; Vasina, S. (Dubna, JINR)

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Abstract: Direct Dark Matter searches are nowadays one of the most fervid research topics with many experimental efforts devoted to the search for nuclear recoils induced by the scattering of Weakly Interactive Massive Particles (WIMPs). Detectors able to reconstruct the direction of the nucleus recoiling against the scattering WIMP are opening a new frontier to possibly extend Dark Matter searches beyond the neutrino background. Exploiting directionality would also prove the galactic origin of Dark Matter with an unambiguous signal-to-background separation. Indeed, the angular distribution of recoiled nuclei is centered around the direction of the Cygnus constellation, while the background distribution is expected to be isotropic. Current directional experiments are based on gas TPC whose sensitivity is limited by the small achievable detector mass. In this paper we present the discovery potential of a directional experiment based on the use of a solid target made of newly developed nuclear emulsions and of optical read-out systems reaching unprecedented nanometric resolution.

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