**title** Asp Conference Series, Vol. **volume***, **year of Publication** **names of Editors** the Xmm-newton View of the Radio-quiet Neutron Star 1e 1207.4–5209

Abstract

We have observed the radio-quiet X-ray pulsar 1E 1207.4– 5209 with the high throughput EPIC cameras onboard XMM-Newton. The spectrum of this peculiar source is characterized by two broad absorption features which present significant substructures and show a clear phase-dependence. We believe that these features represent a strong evidence for the presence of a magnetized atmosphere containing heavy elements.

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@inproceedings{Mereghetti2002titleAC, title={**title** Asp Conference Series, Vol. **volume***, **year of Publication** **names of Editors** the Xmm-newton View of the Radio-quiet Neutron Star 1e 1207.4–5209}, author={Sandro Mereghetti and Patrizia A. Caraveo}, year={2002} }