CHANDRA OBSERVATIONS OF THE HIGH-MAGNETIC-FIELD RADIO PULSAR J1718−3718

@article{Zhu2010CHANDRAOO,
  title={CHANDRA OBSERVATIONS OF THE HIGH-MAGNETIC-FIELD RADIO PULSAR J1718−3718},
  author={W. W. Zhu and Victoria M. Kaspi and Maura Mclaughlin and George G. Pavlov and C-Y. Ng and Richard N. Manchester and Bryan M. Gaensler and Peter M. Woods},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={734}
}
High-magnetic-field pulsars represent an important class of objects for studying the relationship between magnetars and radio pulsars. Here we report on four Chandra observations of the high-magnetic-field pulsar J1718−3718 (B = 7.4 × 1013 G) taken in 2009 as well as a reanalysis of 2002 Chandra observations of the region. We also report an improved radio position for this pulsar based on ATCA observations. We detect X-ray pulsations at the pulsar's period in the 2009 data, with a pulsed… 
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