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Further experimental tests of relativistic gravity using the binary pulsar PSR 1913+16
Fourteen-year observations of the binary pulsar PSR 1913 + 16 provided data consistent with a straightforward model allowing for the motion of the earth, special and general relativistic effectsExpand
ON PULSAR DISTANCE MEASUREMENTS AND THEIR UNCERTAINTIES
Accurate distances to pulsars can be used for a variety of studies of the Galaxy and its electron content. However, most distance measures to pulsars have been derived from the absorption (or lackExpand
Emission Beam Geometry of Selected Pulsars Derived from Average Pulse Polarization Data
By fitting the classical rotating vector model (RVM) to high-quality polarization data for selected radio pulsars, we find the inclination of the magnetic axis to the spin axis, α, as well as theExpand
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
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
A search for low-luminosity pulsars.
The results of Phase I of the Princeton-NRAO pulsar survey, carried out at 390 MHz using the 92 m telescope at Green Bank, West Virginia, are presented. This search discovered 34 new pulsars andExpand
RELATIVISTIC MEASUREMENTS FROM TIMING THE BINARY PULSAR PSR B1913+16
We present relativistic analyses of 9257 measurements of times-of-arrival from the first binary pulsar, PSR B1913+16, acquired over the last 35 years. The determination of the "Keplerian" orbitalExpand
The eclipsing millisecond pulsar PSR 1957 + 20
Information obtained over the past year on the eclipsing millisecond pulsar PSR 1957 + 20 and its orbiting companion is discussed. The pulsar is found to be similar in many ways to other millisecondExpand
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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