Radio and X-ray observations of giant pulses from XTE J1810−197

  title={Radio and X-ray observations of giant pulses from XTE J1810−197},
  author={Manisha Caleb and Kaustubh Rajwade and Gregory Desvignes and Ben W. Stappers and Andrew G. Lyne and Patrick Weltevrede and M. Kramer and Lina Levin and Mayuresh P. Surnis},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
We present the results of two years of radio and X-ray monitoring of the magnetar XTE J1810−197 since the radio re-activation in late 2018. Single pulse analysis of radio observations from the Lovell and MkII telescopes at 1564 MHz and the Effelsberg telescope at 6 GHz has resulted in the detection of a total of 91 giant pulses (GPs) between MJDs 58858 and 59117. These GPs appear to be confined to two specific phase ranges (0.473 ≤ φ ≤ 0.502 and 0.541 ≤ φ ≤ 0.567). We also observe that the… 

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