On the multi-frequency emission and evolution of the white dwarf pulsar binary system AR Scorpii
January 30, 2018
May 30, 2018
The peculiar close binary system AR Scorpii, since its discovery in 2016, sparked huge interest due to its peculiar multi-frequency emission from radio frequencies to X-ray energies. The multi-frequency Spectral Energy Distribution (SED) from this system is dominated entirely by non-thermal emission from radio to X-ray energies, which resulted in several theoretical papers appearing in literature that attempted to explain the peculiar multi-frequency properties of this enigmatic source. In this paper, an emphatic theoretical framework will be presented to explain the multi-frequency SED of AR Sco, as well as a model to explain the possible origin and evolution of this enigmatic source.
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