Parkes Transient Events. I. Database of Single Pulses, Initial Results, and Missing Fast Radio Bursts

@article{Zhang2020ParkesTE,
  title={Parkes Transient Events. I. Database of Single Pulses, Initial Results, and Missing Fast Radio Bursts},
  author={S.-B. Zhang and George Hobbs and Christopher J. Russell and Lawrence Toomey and Shi Dai and James Dempsey and Richard N. Manchester and Simon Johnston and Lister Staveley-Smith and X.-F. Wu and D. Z. Li and Y.Y. Yang and S.-Q. Wang and H. Qiu and Rui Luo and C. Wang and C. M. Zhang and L. Zhang and R. Mandow},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2020},
  volume={249}
}
A large number of observations from the Parkes 64 m diameter radio telescope, recorded with high time resolution, are publicly available. We have reprocessed all of the observations obtained during the first four years (from 1997–2001) of the Parkes Multibeam Receiver system in order to identify transient events, and have built a database that records the 568,736,756 pulse candidates generated during this search. We have discovered a new fast radio burst (FRB), FRB 010305, with a dispersion… 

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