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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Power = energy / time
Over 250,000 years, the sun would release P * 250,000 years * 365 days/year * 24 hour/day * 3600 sec/hr = 7.88 * 10^12 times the energy our sun puts out in 1 sec. this was also released in 0.2 sec so the power = P * 7.88 * 10^12 / 0.2 = P * 3.94 * 10^13 of what our sun puts out.
Quite the energetic 'object'
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