2020
DOI: 10.48550/arxiv.2012.04670
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Michela Rigoselli,
Sandro Mereghetti,
Roberto Taverna
et al.

Abstract: The radio-quiet pulsar PSR J2021+4026 is mostly known because it is the only rotation-powered pulsar that shows variability in its γ-ray emission. Using XMM-Newton archival data, we first confirmed that its flux is steady in the X-ray band, and then we showed that both the spectral and timing X-ray properties, i.e. the narrow pulse profile, the high pulsed fraction of 80-90% and its dependence on the energy, can be better reproduced using a magnetized atmosphere model instead of a simply blackbody. With a maxi… Show more

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