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1999ApJ...526L..37G - Astrophys. J., 526, L37-L40 (1999/November-3)

A new supernova remnant coincident with the slow X-ray pulsar AX J1845-0258.

GAENSLER B.M., GOTTHELF E.V. and VASISHT G.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report on Very Large Array observations in the direction of the recently discovered slow X-ray pulsar AX J1845-0258. In the resulting images, we find a 5' shell of radio emission; the shell is linearly polarized with a nonthermal spectral index. We classify this source as a previously unidentified, young (<8000 yr) supernova remnant (SNR), G29.6+0.1, which we propose is physically associated with AX J1845-0258. The young age of G29.6+0.1 is then consistent with the interpretation that anomalous X-ray pulsars (AXPs) are isolated, highly magnetized neutron stars (``magnetars''). Three of the six known AXPs can now be associated with SNRs; we conclude that AXPs are young (≲10,000 yr) objects and that they are produced in at least 5% of core-collapse supernovae.

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Journal keyword(s): ISM: Individual: Alphanumeric: G29.6+0.1 - Stars: Pulsars: Individual: Alphanumeric: AX J1845-0258 (read: AX J1844.8-0258) - Radio Continuum: ISM - Stars: Neutron - ISM: Supernova Remnants - X-Rays: Stars

Nomenclature: p.38: [GGV99] JHHMMSS.ss-DDMMSS.s N=2.

CDS comments: PSR J1845-0258 = AX J1844.8-0258.

Simbad objects: 12

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