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Parkes observations for project P972 semester 2018OCTS_01


50 years after the discovery of pulsars, these objects continue to push the boundaries in the testing of fundamental physics, most notably in General Relativity and in understanding the equation of state of cold, dense, nuclear matter. A number of pressing open questions remain, as basic as understanding pulsar orientation and radio beam geometry, ... more


Astronomical and Space Sciences not elsewhere classified


https://doi.org/10.25919/5c41ac6639d3b


01 Oct 2018


01 Apr 2019


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Oswald, Lucy; Johnston, Simon; Karastergiou, Aris (2018): Parkes observations for project P972 semester 2018OCTS_01. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.25919/5c41ac6639d3b


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About this Project

Australia Telescope National Facility


P972 - Single pulse studies with the Ultra-Wideband receiver: An unprecedented view of the pulsar magnetosphere


The CSIRO has recently designed and built a fantastic receiver with unique capabilities. We will exploit this receiver to try and figure out how pulsars produce radio waves.


Observation


Parkes


Lucy Oswald


S Johnston


Aris Karastergiou


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