OBSERVATIONS OF GIANT PULSES FROM PULSAR B0950+08 USING LWA1

@article{Tsai2015OBSERVATIONSOG,
  title={OBSERVATIONS OF GIANT PULSES FROM PULSAR B0950+08 USING LWA1},
  author={- Wei Tsai and John H. Simonetti and Bernadine Akukwe and Brandon Bear and Sean E. Cutchin and Jayce Dowell and Jonathan D. Gough and Jonah Kanner and Namir E. Kassim and Frank K. Schinzel and Peter Shawhan and Gregory B. Taylor and Cregg C. Yancey and Leandro Quezada and Michael Kavic},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={149}
}
We report the detection of giant pulse (GP) emission from PSR B0950+08 in 24 hours of observations made at 39.4 MHz, with a bandwidth of 16 MHz, using the first station of the Long Wavelength Array. We detected 119 GPs from PSR B0950+08 (at its dispersion measure (DM)), which we define as having a signal-to-noise ratio at least 10 times larger than for the mean pulse in our data set. These 119 pulses are 0.035% of the total number of pulse periods in the 24 hours of observations. The rate of… 
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