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Parkes observations for project P1052 semester 2020APRS_01


After five decades of study, the physics of radio wave emission and propagation in the pulsar magnetosphere remains poorly understood. This is largely due to the wide variety of dynamic phenomena observed in pulsar signals that are neither predicted nor explained by current theory, the limited window of the pulsar spectrum that previously could be... more


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https://doi.org/10.25919/5eb8c1afc4174


01 Apr 2020


30 Sep 2020


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van Straten, Willem; Green, James; Johnston, Simon; Hobbs, George; Karastergiou, Aris; Bhat, Ramesh; Keith, Michael; Weltevrede, Patrick; Toomey, Lawrence; Jameson, Andrew; Dempsey, James; Tiburzi, Caterina; Jankowski, Fabian; Venkatraman Krishnan, Vivek; McSweeney, Samuel James; Primak, Natalia; Parthasarathy, Aditya; Oswald, Lucy; Shaifullah, Golam; Griffin, Anthony; Hankin, Robin; Maan, Yogesh; Szary, Andrzej; Dyks, Jaroslaw; Vohl, Dany (2020): Parkes observations for project P1052 semester 2020APRS_01. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5eb8c1afc4174


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About this Project

Australia Telescope National Facility


P1052 - Pulsar Radio Emission Statistics Survey (PRESS)


We are observing signals from a type of star known as a pulsar, one of the most extreme objects in the Universe. A pulsar is born during a dramatic explosion known as a supernova, which happens when a bright star many times bigger than our Sun runs out of fuel. The heavy core of the star collapses under its own weight into something more dense th... more


Observation


Parkes


Willem van Straten


James Green


Simon Johnston


George Hobbs


Aris Karastergiou


Ramesh Bhat


Michael Keith


Patrick Weltevrede


Lawrence Toomey


Andrew Jameson


James Dempsey


Caterina Tiburzi


Fabian Jankowski


Vivek Venkatraman Krishnan


Samuel James McSweeney


Natalia Primak


Aditya Parthasarathy


Lucy Oswald


Golam Shaifullah


Anthony Griffin


Robin Hankin


Yogesh Maan


Andrzej Szary


Jaroslaw Dyks


Dany Vohl