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A millisecond pulsar in an eclipsing binary
We have discovered a remarkable pulsar with period 1.6 ms, moving in a nearly circular 9.17-h orbit around a low-mass companion star. At an observing frequency of 430 MHz, the pulsar, PSR1957 + 20,Expand
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A new test of general relativity - Gravitational radiation and the binary pulsar PSR 1913+16
Observations of pulse arrival times from the binary pulsar PSR 1913+16 between 1974 September and 1981 March are now sufficient to yield a solution for the component masses and the absolute size ofExpand
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Timing Measurements of the Relativistic Binary Pulsar PSR B1913+16
We present results of more than three decades of timing measurements of the first known binary pulsar, PSR B1913+16. Like most other pulsars, its rotational behavior over such long timescales isExpand
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Pulsar timing and relativistic gravity
  • J. Taylor
  • Physics
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 15 October 1992
In addition to being fascinating objects to study in their own right, pulsars are exquisite tools for probing a variety of issues in basic physics. Recycled pulsars, thought to have been spun up inExpand
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The Relativistic binary pulsar B1913+16
We describe the results of a relativistic analysis of our observations of binary pulsar B1913+16, up to the latest measurements in 2001 August.
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Studies of the Relativistic Binary Pulsar PSR B1534+12. I. Timing Analysis
We have continued our long-term study of the double neutron star binary pulsar PSR B1534+12, using new instrumentation to make very high precision measurements at the Arecibo Observatory. We haveExpand
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Orbital Variability in the Eclipsing Pulsar Binary PSR B1957+20
We have conducted timing observations of the eclipsing millisecond binary pulsar PSR~B1957+20, extending the span of data on this pulsar to more than five years. During this time the orbital periodExpand
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A fast pulsar in radio nebula CTB80
A fast pulsar with period of 39.5 milliseconds has been discovered in the peculiar combination nebula CTB80. This nebula has been proposed as the remnant of a possible historical supernova in ad 1408Expand
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Evidence for geodetic spin precession in the binary pulsar 1913+16
Six years of careful observations have revealed a gradual secular evolution in the pulse profile of binary pulsar PSR 1913 + 16. At frequencies near 1400 MHz, the flux density in the first componentExpand
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