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dc.contributor.authorRadhakrishnan, V.-
dc.contributor.authorSrinivasan, G.-
dc.identifier.citationIAU Symposium, 1983, Vol.101, p487-494en
dc.descriptionOpen Access. Supernova remnants and their X-ray emission; Proceedings of the Symposium, Venice, Italy, August 30-September 2, 1982 (A84-43078 21-90). Dordrecht, D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1983en
dc.description.abstractAvailable data on associations between pulsars and supernova remnants (SNR) are surveyed for possible conclusions that may be drawn. Pulsars have been detected in the Crab and Vela SNR. The pulsar in Vela is at the periphery of the nebula at the edge of the shell, whereas the shell energy may be derived from other neutron stars in Vela. Calculations of the pulsar birthrate are consistent with the current discovery rate and birthrate of SNRs. It is possible that all SN produce pulsars, some which never reach a detectable, active stage. Finally, the Crab Nebula is regarded as an atypical situation.en
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dc.rights1983 Reidelen
dc.subjectSupernova Remnantsen
dc.subjectCrab nebulaen
dc.subjectNeutron starsen
dc.titleOn the association between pulsars and supernova remnantsen
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