A Survey of 56 Midlatitude EGRET Error Boxes for Radio Pulsars

@article{Crawford2006ASO,
  title={A Survey of 56 Midlatitude EGRET Error Boxes for Radio Pulsars},
  author={Fronefield Crawford and Mallory S. E. Roberts and Jason W. T. Hessels and Scott M. Ransom and Margaret A. Livingstone and Cindy R. Tam and Victoria M. Kaspi},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={652},
  pages={1499-1507}
}
We have conducted a radio pulsar survey of 56 unidentified � -ray sources from the third EGRETcatalog that are at intermediateGalacticlatitudes(5 � 5 � with no proposed active galactic nucleus counterpart were covered in this survey. We detected nine isolated pulsars and four recycled binary pulsars, with three from each class being new discoveries. Timing observations suggest that only one of the pulsars has a spin-down luminosity that is even marginally consistent with the inferred luminosity… 

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