A MAGNETAR-LIKE OUTBURST FROM A HIGH-B RADIO PULSAR

@article{Archibald2016AMO,
  title={A MAGNETAR-LIKE OUTBURST FROM A HIGH-B RADIO PULSAR},
  author={Robert F. Archibald and Victoria M. Kaspi and Shriharsh P. Tendulkar and Paul Scholz},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2016},
  volume={829}
}
Radio pulsars are believed to have their emission powered by the loss of rotational kinetic energy. By contrast, magnetars show intense X-ray and γ-ray radiation whose luminosity greatly exceeds that due to spin down and magnetar luminosity is believed to be powered by intense internal magnetic fields. A basic prediction of this picture is that radio pulsars of high magnetic field should show magnetar-like emission. Here we report on a magnetar-like X-ray outburst from the radio pulsar PSR… 
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