Magnetars origin and progenitors with enhanced rotation

@inproceedings{Popov2005MagnetarsOA,
  title={Magnetars origin and progenitors with enhanced rotation},
  author={Sergei B. Popov and Mikhail E. Prokhorov},
  year={2005}
}
Among a dozen known magnetar-candidates there are no binary objects. As an estimate of a fraction of binary neutron stars is about 10% it is reasonable to address the question of solitarity of magnetars, to estimate theoretically the fraction of binary objects among them, and to mark out the most probable companions. We present population synthesis calculations of binary systems. Our goal is to estimate the number of neutron stars originated from progenitors with enhanced rotation, as such… 

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