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Parkes observations for project P1011 semester 2019APRS_16


Pulsars with features in their radio spectra, such as curvature or breaks seem to be special cases among the known pulsar population, with only about 20 per cent exhibiting them. Unfortunately, reliable flux density measurements besides at 1.4 GHz are often unavailable, so that their spectral morphologies and features cannot be determined accuratel... more


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https://doi.org/10.25919/5d9c553a71b9a


01 Apr 2019


30 Sep 2019


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Jankowski, Fabian; Stappers, Benjamin; Keane, Evan (2019): Parkes observations for project P1011 semester 2019APRS_16. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5d9c553a71b9a


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Australia Telescope National Facility


P1011 - A wideband survey of pulsars with spectral features


Pulsars are rapidly rotating and heavily magnetized neutron stars, city-sized objects that have masses that are greater than that of our Sun. They are visible through their radio emission in the form of pulses that reach the observatory when the beam sweeps past our line of sight. However, the physical processes that make pulsars shine at radio fre... more


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Parkes


Fabian Jankowski


Benjamin Stappers


Evan Keane


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