Observations of Accreting Pulsars

@article{Bildsten1997ObservationsOA,
  title={Observations of Accreting Pulsars},
  author={L. Bildsten and D. Chakrabarty and John Chiu and M. Finger and Danny T. Koh and R. Nelson and T. Prince and B. Rubin and D. M. Scott and M. Stollberg and B. Vaughan and Colleen. A. Wilson and Robert B. Wilson},
  journal={Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={1997},
  volume={113},
  pages={367-408}
}
We discuss recent observations of accreting binary pulsars with the all-sky BATSE instrument on the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory. BATSE has detected and studied nearly half of the known accreting pulsar systems. Continuous timing studies over a two-year period have yielded accurate orbital parameters for 9 of these systems, as well as new insights into long-term accretion torque histories. 

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