Parkes observations for project P1031 semester 2019OCTS_03

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Parkes observations for project P1031 semester 2019OCTS_03

We propose to study the pulsar emission mechanism using novel statistical methods that enable us to study the dynamics of the radio pulsar signal on short time scales (e.g. quasi-periodic sub-pulse structure, transitions between orthogonally polarized modes of emission, nulling, etc.) without needing to detect individual pulses. This pilot study w... more

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01 Oct 2019

31 Mar 2020

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pulsars neutron stars P1031_2019OCTS

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Primak, Natalia; van Straten, Willem; Tiburzi, Caterina; Parthasarathy, Aditya (2019): Parkes observations for project P1031 semester 2019OCTS_03. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.

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Australia Telescope National Facility

P1031 - A pilot study to demonstrate novel radio pulsar emission analysis techniques

Pulsars emit light-house like beams of radio waves that sweep across the Galaxy with each rotation of the star. Unlike a steady search beam, the pulsar beam crackles and pops with lightning-like discharges of energy. By studying these discharges, we learn more about what generates the pulsar signal and the physics of the turbulent plasma in the p... more



Natalia Primak

Willem van Straten

Caterina Tiburzi

Aditya Parthasarathy

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