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We present the results of precision gamma-ray timing measurements of the binary millisecond pulsar PSR J2339–0533, an irradiating system of the "redback" type, using data from the Fermi Large Area
The Einstein@Home Gamma-ray Pulsar Survey: I. Search Methods, Sensitivity and Discovery of New Young Gamma-ray Pulsars
We report on the results of a recent blind search survey for gamma-ray pulsars in Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) data being carried out on the distributed volunteer computing system,
The Braking Index of a Radio-quiet Gamma-ray Pulsar
We report the discovery and timing measurements of PSR J1208-6238, a young and highly magnetized gamma-ray pulsar, with a spin period of 440 ms. The pulsar was discovered in gamma-ray photon data
Kepler K2 observations of the transitional millisecond pulsar PSR J1023+0038
For 80 days in 2017, the Kepler Space Telescope continuously observed the transitional millisecond pulsar system PSR J1023$+$0038 in its accreting state. We present analyses of the 59-second cadence
LOFAR discovery of the fastest-spinning millisecond pulsar in the Galactic field
We report the discovery of PSR J0952$-$0607, a 707-Hz binary millisecond pulsar which is now the fastest-spinning neutron star known in the Galactic field (i.e., outside of a globular cluster). PSR
Einstein@Home discovers a radio-quiet gamma-ray millisecond pulsar
A citizen science project discovers a new type of gamma-ray millisecond pulsar with no detectable radio pulsations, and finds two isolated MSPs, one of which is the only known rotation-powered MSP to remain undetected in radio observations.
High-Energy Variability of PSR J1311-3430
We have studied the variability of the black-widow type binary millisecond pulsar PSR J1311$-$3430 from optical to gamma-ray energies. We confirm evidence for orbital modulation in the weak off-pulse
Discovery of a Gamma-Ray Black Widow Pulsar by GPU-accelerated Einstein@Home
We report the discovery of 1.97 ms period gamma-ray pulsations from the 75 minute orbital-period binary pulsar now named PSR J1653-0158. The associated Fermi Large Area Telescope gamma-ray source
PSR J1906+0722: An Elusive Gamma-ray Pulsar
We report the discovery of PSR J1906+0722, a gamma-ray pulsar detected as part of a blind survey of unidentified Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) sources being carried out on the volunteer
FAST discovery of an extremely radio-faint millisecond pulsar from the Fermi-LAT unassociated source 3FGL J0318.1+0252
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