Magnetar on December 27, 2004, astronomers observed the greatest lash of light ever recorded from outside the

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Magnetar on December 27, 2004, astronomers observed the greatest lash of light ever recorded from outside the solar system. It came from the highly magnetic neutron star SGR 1806-20 (a magnetar). During 0.20 s, this star released as much energy as our sun does in 250,000 years. If P is the average power output of our sun, what was the average power output (in terms of P) of this magnetar?
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Physics

ISBN: 978-1118486894

10th edition

Authors: David Young, Shane Stadler

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