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Proceedings of High Time Resolution Astrophysics (HTRA) IV - The Era of Extremely Large Telescopes — PoS(HTRA-IV)
Observations of the thermal X-ray emission from radio pulsars implicate that the size of hot spots is much smaller then the size of the polar cap that follows from the purely dipolar geometry of pulsar magnetic field. Most plausible explanation of this phenomena is an assumption that the magnetic field at the stellar surface differs essentially from the purely dipolar field. We can determine magnetic field at the surface by the conservation of the magnetic flux through the area bounded by opendoi:10.22323/1.108.0027 fatcat:dxvqyypgancjpfbyd5hv2hayri