On The Rotation And Magnetic Field Evolution Of Superconducting Strange Stars

Is pulsar make up of strange matter? The magnetic field decay of a pulsar may be able to give us an answer. Since Cooper pairing of quarks occurs inside a sufficiently cold strange star, the strange stellar core is superconducting. In order to compensate the effect of rotation, different superconducting species inside a rotating strange star try to set up… (More)