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Parkes observations for project P888 semester 2015APRS_BPSR_02

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Parkes observations for project P888 semester 2015APRS_BPSR_02


Erratically-emitting neutron stars like Rotating Radio Transients (RRATs), represent approximately 3% (and increasing) of radio-emitting pulsars as they are found via searches of archival and current pulsar surveys. The sporadic emission from these sources makes them difficult to study and nearly all information about the properties of the objects ... more


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https://doi.org/10.4225/08/58dd13f32f4dc


01 Apr 2015


30 Sep 2015


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pulsars neutron stars transients BPSR


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Petroff, Emily; Johnston, Simon; van Straten, Willem; Keane, Evan; Caleb, Manisha (2015): Parkes observations for project P888 semester 2015APRS_BPSR_02. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/58dd13f32f4dc


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About this Project

Australia Telescope National Facility


P888 - Expanding the rotating radio transient parameter space


Neutron stars are the result of stellar explosions (supernovae) which occur in massive stars once they have reached the ends of their lives. Most pulsars are detectable by their regular intervals of pulsed emission (occurring every few seconds, up to several hundred times a second!), which happens because the star is rotating and flashing a beam of... more


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Parkes


Emily Petroff


Simon Johnston


Willem van Straten


Evan Keane


Manisha Caleb


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