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The slow X-ray pulsar SXP 1062 and associated supernova remnant in the Wing of the Small Magellanic Cloud

  • L. M. Oskinova (a1), M. A. Guerrero (a2), V. Hénault-Brunet (a3), W. Sun (a4), Y.-H. Chu (a5), C. Evans (a3), J. S. Gallagher (a6), R. A. Gruendl (a5) and J. Reyes-Iturbide (a7)...

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SXP 1062 is an exceptional case of a young neutron star in a wind-fed high-mass X-ray binary associated with a supernova remnant. A unique combination of measured spin period, its derivative, luminosity and young age makes this source a key probe for the physics of accretion and neutron star evolution. Theoretical models proposed to explain the properties of SXP 1062 shall be tested with new data.

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The slow X-ray pulsar SXP 1062 and associated supernova remnant in the Wing of the Small Magellanic Cloud

  • L. M. Oskinova (a1), M. A. Guerrero (a2), V. Hénault-Brunet (a3), W. Sun (a4), Y.-H. Chu (a5), C. Evans (a3), J. S. Gallagher (a6), R. A. Gruendl (a5) and J. Reyes-Iturbide (a7)...

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