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Magnetically supramassive neutron stars

@inproceedings{Suvorov2021MagneticallySN,
  title={Magnetically supramassive neutron stars},
  author={Arthur George Suvorov and Kostas Glampedakis},
  year={2021}
}
It is commonly believed that neutron stars exceeding the maximum mass limit for stability could be formed in the aftermath of binary neutron star mergers, enjoying a short life of metastability before losing centrifugal support and collapsing to a black hole. It is suggested here that a similar scenario could take place when the remnant’s excess mass is supported by an ultra-strong (& 10 G) magnetic field that could be generated during, and shortly after, coalescence. We show that such… 

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