Magnetars: a short review and some sparse considerations

@article{Esposito2018MagnetarsAS,
  title={Magnetars: a short review and some sparse considerations},
  author={P. Esposito and N. Rea and G. Israel},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2018}
}
We currently know about 30 magnetars: seemingly isolated neutron stars whose properties can be (in part) comprehended only acknowledging that they are endowed with magnetic fields of complex morphology and exceptional intensity-at least in some components of the field structure. Although magnetars represent only a small percentage of the known isolated neutron stars, there are almost certainly many more of them, since most magnetars were discovered in transitory phases called outbursts, during… Expand
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