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Theoretical Considerations of Compact Objects

  • L. Woltjer (a1)

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The rotation of massive objects with magnetic fields may provide the highly efficient means of energy conversion required to explain the high luminosity of compact objects. Several variations of the ‘massive rotator’ model are discussed.

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