Discovery of Three Pulsars from a Galactic Center Pulsar Population

@article{Deneva2009DiscoveryOT,
  title={Discovery of Three Pulsars from a Galactic Center Pulsar Population},
  author={J. Deneva and J. Cordes and T. Lazio},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2009}
}
We report the discovery of three pulsars whose large dispersion measures and angular proximity to \sgr indicate the existence of a Galactic center population of neutron stars. The relatively long periods (0.98 to 1.48 s) most likely reflect strong selection against short-period pulsars from radio-wave scattering at the observation frequency of 2 GHz used in our survey with the Green Bank Telescope. One object (PSR J1746-2850I) has a characteristic spindown age of only 13 kyr along with a high… Expand
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