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Parkes observations for project P892 semester 2018OCTS_BPSR_02

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Parkes observations for project P892 semester 2018OCTS_BPSR_02


SUPERBx looks at the highest Galactic latitudes in a search for pulsars and fast radio bursts (FRBs). We use optimised GPU codes and supercomputing to search for these, making discoveries in real time. Handling our data as it comes in is essential for the SKA Phase I era so this work applies directly to the high-data rates of next generation telesc... more


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https://doi.org/10.25919/5bc1df51e814d


30 Sep 2018


01 Apr 2019


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pulsars neutron stars compact binaries and/or black-holes interstellar medium in and around the Milky Way magnetic fields P892_2018OCTS BPSR HIPSR


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Keane, Evan; Possenti, Andrea; Green, James; Johnston, Simon; Kramer, Michael; Burgay, Marta; Bailes, Matthew; Bhat, Ramesh; 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; Venkatraman Krishnan, Vivek; Primak, Natalia; Spiewak, Renee ; Farah, Wael (2018): Parkes observations for project P892 semester 2018OCTS_BPSR_02. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5bc1df51e814d


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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


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


Vivek Venkatraman Krishnan


Natalia Primak


Renee Spiewak


Wael Farah


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