Central Compact Objects in Kes 79 and RCW 103 as ‘Hidden’ Magnetars with Crustal Activityстатья

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[1] Popov S. B., Kaurov A. A., Kaminker A. D. Central compact objects in kes 79 and rcw 103 as ‘hidden’ magnetars with crustal activity // Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia. — 2015. — Vol. 32. — P. 18. We propose that observations of `hidden' magnetars in central compact objects can be used to probe crustal activity of neutron stars with large internal magnetic fields. Estimates based on calculations by Perna & Pons, Pons & Rea and Kaminker et al. suggest that central compact objects, which are proposed to be `hidden' magnetars, must demonstrate flux variations on the time scale of months-years. However, the most prominent candidate for the `hidden' magnetars - CXO J1852.6+0040 in Kes 79 - shows constant (within error bars) flux. This can be interpreted by lower variable crustal activity than in typical magnetars. Alternatively, CXO J1852.6+0040 can be in a high state of variable activity during the whole period of observations. Then we consider the source 1E161348 - 5055 in RCW103 as another candidate. Employing a simple 2D-modelling we argue that properties of the source can be explained by the crustal activity of the magnetar type. Thus, this object may be supplemented for the three known candidates for the `hidden' magnetars among central compact objects discussed in literature. [ DOI ]

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