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Toward an Empirical Theory of Pulsar Emission. VI. The Geometry of the Conal Emission Region
This paper presents an empirical analysis of the geometry of the conal emission region for a total population of some 150 pulsars for which an adequate body of observations now exists. It continuesExpand
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Toward an empirical theory of pulsar emission. IV. Geometry of the core emission region
The core-component widths of pulsars with interpulses are studied in an effort to define the geometric properties of the core emission region. The results are then applied to a large population ofExpand
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Toward an Empirical Theory of Pulsar Emission. VI. The Geometry of the Conal Emission Region: Appendix and Tables
This paper presents auxiliary material pertaining to an empirical analysis of the geometry of the conal emission region of pulsars. The primary discussion appears in Part I (1993 ApJ, 405, 285). AnExpand
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Pulsar polarization fluctuations. I. 1404 MHz statistical summaries.
Observations de polarisation des pulsations individuelles des 11 pulsars PSR 0525+21, PSR 0823+26, PSR 0834+06 a , PSR 0919+06, PSR 0950+08 a , PSR 1133+16, PSR 1237+25, PSR 1929+10 a , PSR 1944+17,Expand
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Pulsar magnetospheric emission mapping: images and implications of polar-cap weather
The beautiful sequences of drifting subpulses observed in some radio pulsars have been regarded as among the most salient and potentially instructive characteristics of their emission, not leastExpand
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Toward an empirical theory of pulsar emission. III: Mode changing, drifting subpulses, and pulse nulling
Etude des phenomenes intervenant au cours d'une sequence de pulsation, afin d'examiner leurs implications dans le modele empirique developpe par l'auteur
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Synchronous X-ray and Radio Mode Switches: A Rapid Global Transformation of the Pulsar Magnetosphere
Pondering Pulsars Pulsars are rapidly rotating, magnetized neutron stars that are powered by the loss of rotational energy. Because their emission is beamed, their light appears to pulse on and offExpand
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The Crab Nebula pulsar - Variability of dispersion and scattering
Previous investigations of the effects of interstellar dispersion and scattering on the waveform of the Crab Nebula pulsar (NP 0532) have indicated a two-screen scattering model with one variableExpand
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