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      Pulsars: general; stars: neutron; X-rays: individual (PSR B0943+10).

    • Abstract

       

      Observations obtained in the last years challenged the widespread notion that rotation-powered neutron stars are steady X-ray emitters. Besides a few allegedly rotation-powered neutron stars that showed ‘magnetar-like’ variability, a particularly interesting case is that of PSR B0943+10. Recent observations have shown that this pulsar, well studied in the radio band where it alternates between a bright and a quiescent mode, displays significant X-ray variations, anticorrelated in flux with the radio emission. The study of such synchronous radio/X-ray mode switching opens a new window to investigate the processes responsible for the pulsar radio and high-energy emission. Here we review the main X-ray properties of PSR B0943+10 derived from recent coordinated X-ray and radio observations.

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      Sandro Mereghetti1 Michela Rigoselli1 2

      1. IASF-Milano, INAF, v. Bassini 15, 20133 Milano, Italy.
      2. Dipartimento di Fisica, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Piazza della Scienza 3, 20126 Milano, Italy.
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