A 1.4 GHz Arecibo Survey for Pulsars in Globular Clusters

@article{Hessels2007A1G,
  title={A 1.4 GHz Arecibo Survey for Pulsars in Globular Clusters},
  author={Jason W. T. Hessels and Scott M. Ransom and Ingrid H. Stairs and Victoria M. Kaspi and Paulo C. C. Freire},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={670},
  pages={363 - 378}
}
We have surveyed all 22 known Galactic globular clusters observable with the Arecibo radio telescope and within 70 kpc of the Sun for radio pulsations at ~1.4 GHz. Data were taken with the Wideband Arecibo Pulsar Processor, which provided the large bandwidth and high time and frequency resolution needed to detect fast-spinning, faint pulsars. We have also employed advanced search techniques to maintain sensitivity to short orbital period binaries. These searches have discovered 11 new… 
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