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Parkes observations for project P892 semester 2016OCTS_BPSR_40

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Parkes observations for project P892 semester 2016OCTS_BPSR_40


SUPERBx is an extension to the SUPERB survey which looks at the highest Galactic latitudes in a search for fast radio bursts (FRBs). Our most recent results show that there is a strong Galactic latitude dependence to FRB detectability with the detection rate being 4 times higher ~45 degrees and higher above the plane; this is where SUPERBx will foc... more


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https://doi.org/10.25919/5bb0ef6b85bad


01 Oct 2016


31 Mar 2017


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pulsars neutron stars compact binaries and/or black-holes interstellar medium in and around the Milky Way magnetic fields BPSR HIPSR


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Keane, Evan; Possenti, Andrea; Green, James; Johnston, Simon; Kramer, M; Burgay, Marta; Bailes, Matthew; Bhat, Ramesh; Burke-Spolaor, Sarah; Eatough, Ralph; van Straten, Willem; Stappers, Benjamin; Levin, Lina; Jameson, Andrew; Ng, Cherry; Tiburzi, Caterina; Petroff, Emily; Barr, Ewan; Flynn, Chris; Jankowski, Fabian; Caleb, Manisha; Morello, Vincent; Bhandari, Shivani (2017): Parkes observations for project P892 semester 2016OCTS_BPSR_40. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5bb0ef6b85bad


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Australia Telescope National Facility


P892 - SUPERBx - The SUrvey for Pulsars & Extragalactic Radio Bursts Extension


We are surveying the sky to find fast radio bursts (FRBs). FRBs originate from outside of our Galaxy, and are about a million times more distant than the pulsars that Parkes often studies. FRBs are one-off flashes of radio light, only recently discovered. Unlike pulsars we do not know what causes FRBs. A leading theory is that they are the bangs yo... more


Observation


Parkes


Evan Keane


Andrea Possenti


James Green


Simon Johnston


Michael Kramer


Marta Burgay


Matthew Bailes


Ramesh Bhat


Sarah Burke-Spolaor


Ralph Eatough


Willem van Straten


Benjamin Stappers


Lina Levin


Andrew Jameson


Cherry Ng


Caterina Tiburzi


Emily Petroff


Ewan Barr


Chris Flynn


Fabian Jankowski


Manisha Caleb


Vincent Morello


Shivani Bhandari


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