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Neutron Star Interiors

  • Charles Alcock (a1)

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The current status of the theory of neutron star interiors is reviewed. The various phases of matter that might exist are discussed and their relation to other areas of astrophysics briefly noted. Observational distinction between the models is not simply obtained; analysis of pulsar post-glitch relation, of neutron star precession and neutron star cooling are promising in this regard.

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