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IN December 1958 an area of sky including the Coma cluster of galaxies was surveyed using the 250-ft. radio telescope at Jodrell Bank1 with a Dicke-type radiometer, pass-band 408 ± 2 Mc./s., and… (More)
A pulsar with a very short period (0.089 s) has been discovered at the position of a suspected supernova remnant, raising several interesting consequences.
Microstructured polymer optical fibers represent quite new technology that is still in the research and development stage. However, some advances and possible applications are available even now. One… (More)
IN December 1958 observations of the Andromeda Nebula were made using the 250-ft. radio telescope at Jodrell Bank1. A Dicke type radiometer, passband 408 ± 2 Mc./s., noise figure 6 db., was used. The… (More)
WE recently described1 the discovery of seven pulsars found in a search at the Molonglo Radio Observatory using the 408 MHz radio telescope. A conclusion reached on the basis of this search was that… (More)
Turtle and Vaughan1 discovered the pulsar PSR 1749–28 and measured its position coordinates at the Molonglo Radio Observatory. This pulsar is particularly interesting because it is situated only 2… (More)
FOUR further pulsars have been discovered at the Molonglo radio observatory during a pulsar search at 408 MHz. One of the four pulsars, MP 0254, a high galactic latitude pulsar, was discovered in… (More)
FIVE new pulsars have been discovered in a systematic search at low galactic latitudes, using the Mark I radio telescope at Jodrell Bank, and a radio frequency of 408 MHz. A total of 431 independent… (More)
Seven new pulsars are reported from the Molonglo radio observatory. Some conclusions can be drawn about the distribution of pulsars in the galaxy.