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Recent discoveries of energetic young radio pulsars

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January 17, 2003
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Astrophysics, abstract
astro-ph/0301327


From: Dunc Lorimer <[email protected]>
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 16:30:07 GMT (369kb)

Recent discoveries of energetic young radio pulsars


Authors:
D.R. Lorimer (Jodrell Bank Observatory)

Comments: 10 pages, 5 figures, to appear in the proceedings of the workshop
“Pulsars, AXPs and SGRs observed with BeppoSAX and other Observatories” held
in Marsala, Sicily, September 2001


The observed population of young radio pulsars has grown substantially in
recent years due to a combination of large-scale surveys and deep targeted
searches. Many of the pulsars are associated with supernova remnants and/or
unidentified gamma-ray sources. This review summarises the state of play and
looks ahead to likely advances in the near future.

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