A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF RELATIVISTIC GRAVITY USING PSR B1534+12

@article{Fonseca2014ACS,
  title={A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF RELATIVISTIC GRAVITY USING PSR B1534+12},
  author={E. Fonseca and I. Stairs and S. Thorsett},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={787},
  pages={82}
}
We present updated analyses of pulse profiles and their arrival times from PSR B1534+12, a 37.9 ms radio pulsar in orbit with another neutron star. A high-precision timing model is derived from 22 yr of timing data and accounts for all astrophysical processes that systematically affect pulse arrival times. Five 'post-Keplerian' parameters are measured that represent relativistic corrections to the standard Keplerian quantities of the pulsar's binary orbit. These relativistic parameters are then… Expand

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