Highly magnetized neutron stars known as magnetars are some of the most interesting objects in the Universe. Non-baryonic dark matter candidate axions are produced in the highly magnetized neutron star via Bremsstrahlung process in the highly dense medium. These axions thus produced are then converted into photons in the strong magnetic field via Primakoff effect giving rise to the observed X-ray luminosity level of these objects. Our results are found within observational limit of SGRs(1806-20, 1900+14,0526-66 and 1627-41) and AXPs(4U0142+61,1E1048-5937,RXS1708-4009 and 1E1841-045).
Volume 40 | Issue 4
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