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A Re-investigation to the Death Line of Radio Pulsars

  • G. J. Qiao (a1), Y. Q. Xue (a1), B. Zhang (a1), R. X. Xu (a1), F. F. Ye (a1) and H. G. Wang (a1)...

Abstract

A new death line for radio pulsars is presented in this paper within the framework of vacuum gap and inverse Compton scattering (ICS) induced pair production process. The 8.5s period pulsar PSR J2144-3933 is located above the death line without any additional assumptions. An “appearance line” instead of the so-called “Hubble line”, is also presented in this paper. Both of those two lines fit observations well.

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