Optical and ultraviolet pulsed emission from an accreting millisecond pulsar

@inproceedings{Ambrosino2021OpticalAU,
  title={Optical and ultraviolet pulsed emission from an accreting millisecond pulsar},
  author={Filippo Ambrosino and A. Miraval Zanon and Alessandro Papitto and Francesco Coti Zelati and Sergio Campana and Paolo D’Avanzo and Luigi Stella and Tiziana Di Salvo and L. Burderi and Piergiorgio Casella and Andrea Sanna and Domitilla de Martino and Mario Cadelano and Adriano Ghedina and Fiammetta Leone and F. Meddi and Paolo Cretaro and Maria Cristina Baglio and Ennio Poretti and R. P. Mignani and Diego F. Torres and Gian Luca Israel and M. Cecconi and David M. Russell and M. D. Gonzalez Gomez and A. Luis Riverol Rodr{\'i}guez and H{\'e}ctor P{\'e}rez Ventura and Marcos Hernandez Diaz and J. J. San Juan and Daniel M. Bramich and F. Lewis},
  year={2021}
}
millisecond pulsar F. Ambrosino1,2,3,∗,†, A. Miraval Zanon4,5,∗,†, A. Papitto, F. Coti Zelati, S. Campana, P. D’Avanzo, L. Stella, T. Di Salvo, L. Burderi, P. Casella, A. Sanna, D. de Martino, M. Cadelano, A. Ghedina, F. Leone, F. Meddi, P. Cretaro, M. C. Baglio, E. Poretti, R. P. Mignani, D. F. Torres, G. L. Israel, M. Cecconi, D. M. Russell, M. D. Gonzalez Gomez, A. L. Riverol Rodriguez, H. Perez Ventura, M. Hernandez Diaz, J. J. San Juan, D. M. Bramich, F. Lewis 

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