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On the high energy pulsar population detected by Fermi

@article{Caliandro2009OnTH,
  title={On the high energy pulsar population detected by Fermi},
  author={G. Caliandro and E. Ferrara and D. Parent and R. Romani},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena},
  year={2009}
}
The Large Area Telescope (LAT), Fermi’s main instrument, is providing a new view of the local energetic pulsar population. In addition to identifying a pulsar origin of a large fraction of the bright unidentified Galactic EGRET sources, the LAT results provide a great opportunity to study a sizable population of high-energy pulsars. Correlations of their physical properties, such as the trend of the luminosity versus the rotational energy loss rate, help identify global features of the gamma… Expand

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