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Parkes observations for project P976 semester 2018APRS_05


Spider pulsars - black widows (BW) and redbacks (RB) - reside in incredibly tight orbits with low-mass stellar companions. The close proximity of the two orbiting bodies leads to heavy irradiation of the companion by the pulsar wind, causing material to be driven from its surface. This excess material is not gravitationally bound to the star, and t... more


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https://doi.org/10.25919/5bab012c01f29


22 Sep 2018


24 Sep 2018


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Polzin, Elliott; Johnston, Simon; Roberts, Mallory; Oslowski, Stefan; Sobey, Charlotte; Breton, Rene (2018): Parkes observations for project P976 semester 2018APRS_05. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5bab012c01f29


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About this Project

Australia Telescope National Facility


P976 - Wide-band characterisation of the radio eclipses of black widows and redbacks


Millisecond pulsars are remnants of supernova explosions that, despite being only 20 km in diameter, are more massive than the Sun. Their name arises from the fact that they spin so fast as to complete a rotation once every few milliseconds. Beams of radio waves are emitted from their magnetic poles, which we can detect on Earth as a pulse as the b... more


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Parkes


Elliott Polzin


Simon Johnston


Mallory Roberts


Stefan Oslowski


Charlotte Sobey


Rene Breton


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