2020
DOI: 10.1093/mnras/staa287
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Abstract: We report results of XMM-Newton observations of a γ-ray pulsar J0633+0632 and its wind nebula. We reveal, for the first time, pulsations of the pulsar X-ray emission with a single sinusoidal pulse-profile and a pulsed fraction of 23 ± 6 per cent in the 0.3-2 keV band. We confirm previous Chandra findings that the pulsar X-ray spectrum consists of thermal and non-thermal components. However, we do not find the absorption feature that was previously detected at about 0.8 keV. Thanks to the greater sensitivity of… Show more

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“…Finally, we note that evidence for large emitting regions, which are hotter than the remaining part of the surface, has also been found in other pulsars with ages similar to PSR J2021+4026 (Caraveo et al 2010;Maitra et al 2017;Arumugasamy et al 2018;Danilenko et al 2020). Some of them, as PSR J0007+7303, also have a high PF, reinforcing the hypothesis of a localized origin of this thermal component.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 80%
“…Finally, we note that evidence for large emitting regions, which are hotter than the remaining part of the surface, has also been found in other pulsars with ages similar to PSR J2021+4026 (Caraveo et al 2010;Maitra et al 2017;Arumugasamy et al 2018;Danilenko et al 2020). Some of them, as PSR J0007+7303, also have a high PF, reinforcing the hypothesis of a localized origin of this thermal component.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 80%
“…Finally, we note that evidence for large emitting regions, hotter than the remaining part of the surface, has been found also in other pulsars of age similar to PSR J2021+4026 (Caraveo et al 2010;Maitra et al 2017;Arumugasamy et al 2018;Danilenko et al 2020). Some of them, as PSR J0007+7303, have also a high PF, reinforcing the hypothesis of a localized origin of this thermal component.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 79%
“…The OC is located in the Monoceros Loop within the larger Monoceros star-forming region [105]. It has also been proposed that Collinder 106 is associated with the gamma-ray pulsar J0633+0632 [106]. The COCD, which the ADOCs were selected from, lists Collinder 106 with an age estimate of 5.50 Myr, which would place it among the youngest 25% of ADOCs.…”
Section: Open Cluster Analysesmentioning
confidence: 99%