A radio-pulsing white dwarf binary star

@article{Marsh2016ARW,
  title={A radio-pulsing white dwarf binary star},
  author={T. Marsh and B. Gaensicke and S. Huemmerich and F. Hambsch and K. Bernhard and C. Lloyd and E. Breedt and E. Stanway and D. Steeghs and S. Parsons and O. Toloza and M. Schreiber and P. Jonker and J. Roestel and T. Kupfer and A. Pala and V. Dhillon and L. Hardy and S. Littlefair and A. Aungwerojwit and S. Arjyotha and D. Koester and J. Bochiński and C. Haswell and P. Frank and P. Wheatley},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2016},
  volume={537},
  pages={374-377}
}
  • T. Marsh, B. Gaensicke, +23 authors P. Wheatley
  • Published 2016
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
  • White dwarfs are compact stars, similar in size to Earth but approximately 200,000 times more massive. Isolated white dwarfs emit most of their power from ultraviolet to near-infrared wavelengths, but when in close orbits with less dense stars, white dwarfs can strip material from their companions and the resulting mass transfer can generate atomic line and X-ray emission, as well as near- and mid-infrared radiation if the white dwarf is magnetic. However, even in binaries, white dwarfs are… CONTINUE READING
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