EIGHT γ-RAY PULSARS DISCOVERED IN BLIND FREQUENCY SEARCHES OF FERMI LAT DATA

@article{SazParkinson2010EIGHTP,
  title={EIGHT $\gamma$-RAY PULSARS DISCOVERED IN BLIND FREQUENCY SEARCHES OF FERMI LAT DATA},
  author={Pablo M. Saz Parkinson and Michael H. Dormody and Marcus Ziegler and Paul. S. Ray and Aous A. Abdo and Jean Ballet and Matthew G. Baring and Andrea Belfiore and Toby Burnett and G. A. Caliandro and Fernando Camilo and Patrizia A. Caraveo and Andrea De Luca and Elizabeth C. Ferrara and Paulo C. C. Freire and J. E. Grove and Chul Gwon and Alice K. Harding and R. P. Johnson and Tyrel J. Johnson and Simon Johnston and Michael J. Keith and Matthew Kerr and J. Kn{\"o}dlseder and Alexei Makeev and Martino Marelli and P. F. Michelson and Damien Parent and Scott M. Ransom and O. Reimer and R. W. Romani and D. A. Smith and D. J. Thompson and Karen Watters and Patrick Weltevrede and Michael T. Wolff and Kent S. Wood},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={725},
  pages={571 - 584}
}
We report the discovery of eight γ-ray pulsars in blind frequency searches of ∼650 source positions using the Large Area Telescope (LAT), on board the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. We present the timing models, light curves, and detailed spectral parameters of the new pulsars. PSRs J1023–5746, J1044–5737, J1413–5205, J1429–5911, and J1954+2836 are young (τc < 100 kyr), energetic ( erg s−1), and located within the Galactic plane (|b| < 3°). The remaining three pulsars, PSRs J1846+0919, J1957… 
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