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Parkes observations for project P789 semester 2019APRS_05


Recently there has been great success at Parkes discovering millisecond pulsars (MSPs), a class that includes some of the most interesting and scientifically valuable pulsars known. In the last few years, we have discovered more than 40 MSPs though the High Time Resolution Universe Survey (P630) and Fermi searches (P675/P814). Here we propose to ca... more


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https://doi.org/10.25919/5d8e0ff1b6318


01 Apr 2019


30 Sep 2019


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pulsars neutron stars compact binaries and/or black-holes P789_2019APRS


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Spiewak, Renee ; Possenti, Andrea; Johnston, Simon; Kramer, Michael; Burgay, Marta; Freire, Paulo; Camilo, Fernando; Stairs, Ingrid; Bailes, Matthew; Ransom, Scott; Keith, Michael; Eatough, Ralph; Lorimer, Duncan Ross; van Straten, Willem; Stappers, Benjamin; Ray, Paul; Keane, Evan; Levin, Lina; Kerr, Matthew; Champion, David; Ng, Cherry; Ferdman, Robert; Barr, Ewan; Jankowski, Fabian; Morello, Vincent; Cromartie, Thankful; Wex, Norbert (2019): Parkes observations for project P789 semester 2019APRS_05. v2. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5d8e0ff1b6318


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About this Project

Australia Telescope National Facility


P789 - Timing of Binary & Millisecond Pulsars Discovered at Parkes


Millisecond pulsars are neutron stars that weigh more than the sun, are smaller than your capital city and spin faster than your kitchen blender. Rotating once every few milliseconds, their lighthouse beam of radio waves is detected by the Parkes telescope as a train of pulses. By studying these amazing and exotic objects we hope to understand more... more


Observation


Parkes


Renee Spiewak


Andrea Possenti


Simon Johnston


Michael Kramer


Marta Burgay


Paulo Freire


Fernando Camilo


Ingrid Stairs


Matthew Bailes


Scott Ransom


Michael Keith


Ralph Eatough


Duncan Ross Lorimer


Willem van Straten


Benjamin Stappers


Paul Ray


Evan Keane


Lina Levin


Matthew Kerr


David Champion


Cherry Ng


Robert Ferdman


Ewan Barr


Fabian Jankowski


Vincent Morello


Thankful Cromartie


Norbert Wex


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