Extreme scattering of pulsars


Extreme Scattering Events are radio-wave lensing events caused by AU-sized concentrations of ionised gas. Although they were discovered more than a decade ago we still have no clear picture of the physical nature of the lenses. To discriminate between the various models, we need to amass more information on multiple imaging phenomena. Pulsars are perfect… (More)


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@inproceedings{Walker1999ExtremeSO, title={Extreme scattering of pulsars}, author={Mark A. Walker}, year={1999} }