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New CAST Limit on the Axion-Photon Interaction
During 2003--2015, the CERN Axion Solar Telescope (CAST) has searched for $a\to\gamma$ conversion in the 9 T magnetic field of a refurbished LHC test magnet that can be directed toward the Sun. In
A High Braking Index for a Pulsar
We present a phase-coherent timing solution for PSR J1640-4631, a young 206 ms pulsar using X-ray timing observations taken with NuSTAR. Over this timing campaign, we have measured the braking index
Chandra Imaging of the X-Ray Nebula Powered by Pulsar B1509?58
We present observations with the Chandra X-Ray Observatory of the pulsar wind nebula (PWN) powered by the energetic young pulsar B1509-58. These data confirm the complicated morphology of the system
THE CENTRAL X-RAY POINT SOURCE IN CASSIOPEIA A
The spectacular ii —rst light ˇˇ observation by the Chandra X-Ray Observatory revealed an X-ray point source near the center of the 300 yr old Cas A supernova remnant. We present an analysis of the
Rapid Variability of Blazar 3C 279 During Flaring States in 2013-2014 with Joint Fermi-LAT, NuSTAR, Swift, and Ground-Based Multi-Wavelength Observations
We report the results of a multiband observing campaign on the famous blazar 3C 279 conducted during a phase of increased activity from 2013 December to 2014 April, including first observations of it
XMM-Newton observations of PSR B1823-13 : an asymmetric synchrotron nebula around a Vela-like pulsar
We present a deep observation with the X-Ray Multimirror Mission of PSR B1823-13, a young pulsar with similar properties to the Vela pulsar. We detect two components to the X-ray emission associated
Asymmetries in core-collapse supernovae from maps of radioactive 44Ti in Cassiopeia A
TLDR
The observed spatial distribution rules out symmetric explosions even with a high level of convective mixing, as well as highly asymmetric bipolar explosions resulting from a fast-rotating progenitor, providing strong evidence for the development of low-mode convective instabilities in core-collapse supernovae.
Chandra X-Ray Observations of G11.2–0.3: Implications for Pulsar Ages
We present Chandra X-Ray Observatory imaging observations of the young Galactic supernova remnant G11.2-0.3. The image shows that the previously known young 65 ms X-ray pulsar is at position (J2000)
44Ti gamma-ray emission lines from SN1987A reveal an asymmetric explosion
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Observations of supernova 1987A (SN1987A) have resolved the 67.87- and 78.32–kilo–electron volt emission lines from decay of 44Ti produced in the supernova explosion, direct evidence of large-scale asymmetry in the explosion.
Working Group Report: New Light Weakly Coupled Particles
Dark sectors, consisting of new, light, weakly-coupled particles that do not interact with the known strong, weak, or electromagnetic forces, are a particularly compelling possibility for new
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