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1E 1547.0–5408: A Radio-emitting Magnetar with a Rotation Period of 2 Seconds
The variable X-ray source 1E 1547.0-5408 was identified by Gelfand & Gaensler as a likely magnetar in G327.24-0.13, an apparent supernova remnant. No X-ray pulsations have been detected from it.Expand
Transient pulsed radio emission from a magnetar
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It is shown that XTE J1810 - 197 emits bright, narrow, highly linearly polarized radio pulses, observed at every rotation, thereby establishing that magnetars can be radio pulsars. Expand
Jets in Gamma-Ray Bursts
In the afterglows of several gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), rapid temporal decay, which is inconsistent with spherical (isotropic) blast-wave models, is observed. In particular, GRB 980519 had the mostExpand
The afterglow, redshift and extreme energetics of the γ-ray burst of 23 January 1999
Long-lived emission, known as afterglow, has now been detected from about a dozen γ-ray bursts. Distance determinations place the bursts at cosmological distances, with redshifts, z, ranging from ∼1Expand
The afterglow, the redshift, and the extreme energetics of the gamma-ray burst 990123
Afterglow, or long-lived emission, has now been detected from about a dozen well-positioned gamma-ray bursts. Distance determinations made by measuring optical emission lines from the host galaxy, orExpand
Structure of line-emitting accretion disks in active galactic nuclei - Arp 102B
The prime objects of the present self-consistent model of a line-emitting accretion disk able to account for the properties observed in a small class of AGNs are Arp 102B and 3C 390.3, whoseExpand
GRB 060218/SN 2006aj: A Gamma-Ray Burst and Prompt Supernova at z = 0.0335
We report the imaging and spectroscopic localization of GRB 060218 to a low-metallicity dwarf starburst galaxy at z = 0.03345 ± 0.00006. In addition to making it the second nearest gamma-ray burstExpand
Completion of a Survey and Detailed Study of Double-peaked Emission Lines in Radio-loud Active Galactic Nuclei
We report the completion of a survey of radio-loud active galactic nuclei (AGNs) begun in an earlier paper with the main goal of finding and studying broad, double-peaked Balmer lines. We present HαExpand
Vela pulsar and its synchrotron nebula
We present high-resolution Chandra X-ray observations of PSR B0833-45, the 89 ms pulsar associated with the Vela supernova remnant. We have acquired two observations separated by 1 month to searchExpand
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