VLA proper motion constraints on the origin, age, and potential magnetar future of PSR J1734-3333

@article{Espinoza2021VLAPM,
  title={VLA proper motion constraints on the origin, age, and potential magnetar future of PSR J1734-3333},
  author={Crist{\'o}bal M. Espinoza and M. Vidal-Navarro and Wynn C. G. Ho and Adam T. Deller and S. Chatterjee},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. The characteristic age of PSR J1734 − 3333 estimated from its current spin down rate implies that it is a young pulsar ( τ c = 8 . 1kyr). However, the time derivative of its spin-down rate di ff ers markedly from that assumed for normal radio pulsars, meaning its actual age is uncertain. G354.8 − 0.8 is a supernova remnant (SNR) whose centre is located 21 (cid:48) away from the pulsar, and which has a morphology that suggests an association with the pulsar. Aims. We aim to assess the… 

Figures and Tables from this paper

Evolution of Spin Period and Magnetic Field of the Crab Pulsar: Decay of the Braking Index by the Particle Wind Flow Torque

The evolutions of a neutron star’s rotation and magnetic field (B-field) have remained unsolved puzzles for over half a century. We ascribe the rotational braking torques of pulsar to both

Pulsar Glitches: A Review

∼6% of all known pulsars have been observed to exhibit sudden spin-up events, known as glitches. For more than fifty years, these phenomena have played an important role in helping to understand

References

SHOWING 1-2 OF 2 REFERENCES

Soft Gamma Repeaters and Anomalous X-ray Pulsars: Together Forever

I review of the observational properties of Soft Gamma Repeaters (SGRs) and Anomalous X-ray Pulsars (AXPs), two unusual manifestations of neutron stars. I summarize the reasoning for SGRs being

Pulsar Astronomy Lyne

  • Young Neutron Stars and Their Environments
  • 2004