Early phases of different types of isolated neutron star

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Ankay A., Şahin S., Karanfil G., Yazgan E.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MODERN PHYSICS D, vol.14, no.6, pp.1075-1082, 2005 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier

  • Publication Type: Article / Article
  • Volume: 14 Issue: 6
  • Publication Date: 2005
  • Doi Number: 10.1142/s0218271805006535
  • Journal Indexes: Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Scopus
  • Page Numbers: pp.1075-1082
  • Keywords: neutron star, pulsar : J1846-0258, J1811-1925, J0540-69, evolution, SUPERNOVA REMNANT, X-RAY, SPIN-DOWN, PULSAR, SPECTROSCOPY, DISCOVERY, G11.2-0.3, MAGNETAR, RADIO
  • TED University Affiliated: No


Two Galactic isolated strong X-ray pulsars seem to be in the densest environments compared to other types of Galactic pulsar. X-ray pulsar J1846-0258 can be in an early phase of anomalous X-ray pulsars and soft gamma repeaters if its average braking index is similar to 1.8-2.0. X-ray pulsar J1811-1925 must have a very large average braking index (similar to 11) if this pulsar was formed by SN 386AD. This X-ray pulsar can be in an early phase of the evolution of the radio pulsars located in the region P similar to 50-150 ms and P similar to 10(-14)-10(-16) ss(-1) of the P-P diagram. X-ray/radio pulsar J0540-69 seems to be evolving in the direction to the dim isolated thermal neutron star region on the P-P diagram. Possible progenitors of different types of neutron star are also discussed.