This slide presentation reports on the current status of Magnetar observations, and on the results combining multi-satellite
Magnetars are magnetically powered neutron stars. There is discussion about several Soft Gamma Repeaters (SGR) also known as Magnetars, though there aer other neutron stars that may be considered as magnetars (i.e., Anomalous X-ray Pulsars (AXPs) Dim Isolated Neutron Stars (DINs) Compact Central X-ray Objects (CCOs) Rotation Powered Pulsars.) An example of a Rotation Powered PSRs, (i.e., PSR J1846-0258) is reviewed, and examples of SGRs are reviewed (i.e., SGR 0501 4516, SGR 0501 4516, SGR J1550-5418, and SGR 0418 5729). There is also discussion about Photospheric Radius Expansion (PRE) in thermonuclear bursts.