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The Vela and Geminga pulsars in the mid-infrared
The Vela and Geminga pulsars are rotation powered neutron stars, which have been identified in various spectral domains, from the near-infrared to hard -rays. In the near-infrared they exhibit
Thermal luminosities of cooling neutron stars
Ages and thermal luminosities of neutron stars, inferred from observations, can be interpreted with the aid of the neutron star cooling theory to gain information on the properties of superdense
X-ray counterpart candidates for six new γ-ray pulsars
Using archival X-ray data we have found point-like X-ray counterpart candidates positionally coincident with six $\gamma$-ray pulsars discovered recently in the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope data
X-ray studies of the gamma-ray pulsar J1826−1256 and its pulsar wind nebula with Chandra and XMM–Newton
We have analyzed archival XMM-Newton and Chandra observations of the gamma-ray radio-quiet pulsar J1826-1256 and its pulsar wind nebula. The pulsar spectrum can be described by a power-law model with
The PSR J1124-5916 wind nebula in the near-infrared
The young radio pulsar J1124-5916 is associated with a Cas A like supernova remnant G292.0+1.8. It powers a compact torus-like pulsar wind nebula with a jet first detected in X-rays and then
Possible optical counterpart of PSR J1357−6429
Context. PSR J1357−6429 is a Vela-like radio pulsar that has been recently detected in X-rays and γ-rays. It powers a compact taillike X-ray pulsar wind nebula and X-ray-radio plerion associated with
Near-infrared observations of PSR J1357-6429
PSR J1357$-$6429 is a young radio pulsar that was detected in X-rays and $\gamma$-rays. We present the high spatial resolution near-infrared imaging of the pulsar field in $J$, $H$ and $K_s$ bands
Local structure of pseudoboehmites
SummaryThe structure of pseudoboehmite was studied by the method of wide-angle X-ray scattering (WAXS). The samples of pseudoboehmite with various characteristics produced by different methods were
A small-angle x-ray scattering study of the nanostructural features of high-ash carbon materials
Nanostructured carbon-silica composite materials are prepared from different compounds in one-pot. They are characterized by BET, transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and small-angle