Energy Emission from a Neutron Star

@article{Pacini1967EnergyEF,
  title={Energy Emission from a Neutron Star},
  author={F. Pacini},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1967},
  volume={216},
  pages={567-568}
}
  • F. Pacini
  • Published 1 November 1967
  • Physics
  • Nature
ALTHOUGH there are still many problems concerning the supernovae, there is little doubt that a very dense stellar core has to be left behind after the explosion (at least in some cases). During the contraction of this core, inverse β reactions take place and transform most of the nuclei and electrons into neutrons. If the mass of the neutron star does not exceed a critical value of about one or two solar masses, a stable equilibrium situation can be reached with the gas pressure balancing the… 

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