The MAVERIC Survey: Variable Jet-accretion Coupling in Luminous Accreting Neutron Stars in Galactic Globular Clusters

@article{Panurach2021TheMS,
  title={The MAVERIC Survey: Variable Jet-accretion Coupling in Luminous Accreting Neutron Stars in Galactic Globular Clusters},
  author={Teresa Panurach and Jay Strader and Arash Bahramian and Laura Chomiuk and James C. A. Miller-Jones and Craig O. Heinke and Thomas J. Maccarone and Laura Shishkovsky and Gregory R. Sivakoff and Evangelia Tremou and Vlad Tudor and Ryan Urquhart},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={923}
}
Accreting neutron stars in low-mass X-ray binaries show outflows—and sometimes jets—in the general manner of accreting black holes. However, the quantitative link between the accretion flow (traced by X-rays) and outflows and/or jets (traced by radio emission) is much less well understood for neutron stars than for black holes, other than the general observation that neutron stars are fainter in the radio at a given X-ray luminosity. We use data from the deep MAVERIC radio continuum survey of… 

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