Statistical tests of young radio pulsars with/without supernova remnants: implying two origins of neutron stars

@article{Cui2021StatisticalTO,
  title={Statistical tests of young radio pulsars with/without supernova remnants: implying two origins of neutron stars},
  author={X. H. Cui and Cheng-Min Zhang and Di Li and Jianwei Zhang and Bo Peng and Wei-Wei Zhu and Qing-Dong Wu and Shuang Wang and Na Wang and De-hua Wang and Yiyan Yang and Zhenqi Diao and Chang-Qing Ye and Hsiang-Kuang Chang},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2021}
}
  • X. Cui, Cheng-Min Zhang, +11 authors Hsiang-Kuang Chang
  • Published 1 October 2021
  • Physics
  • Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society
The properties of the young pulsars and their relations to the supernova remnants (SNRs) have been the interesting topics. At present, 383 SNRs in the Milky Way Galaxy have been published, which are associated with 64 radio pulsars and 46 pulsars with high-energy emissions. However, we noticed that 630 young radio pulsars with the spin periods of less than half a second have been not yet observed the SNRs surrounding or nearby them, which arises a question of that could the two types of young… 

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