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Stringent upper limits on pulsed radio emission during an active bursting phase of the Galactic magnetar SGRJ1935+2154

@inproceedings{Lin2020StringentUL,
  title={Stringent upper limits on pulsed radio emission during an active bursting phase of the Galactic magnetar SGRJ1935+2154},
  author={L. Lin and C. Zhang and P. Wang and H. Gao and X. Guan and J. L. Han and J. C. Jiang and P. Jiang and K. J. Lee and D. Li and Y. Men and C. Miao and C. Niu and J. Niu and C. Sun and B. J. Wang and Z. L. Wang and H. Xu and J. Xu and J. W. Xu and Y. Yang and W. Yu and B. Zhang and B-B Zhang and D. Zhou and W. Zhu and A. Castro-Tirado and Z. Dai and M. Ge and Y. Hu and C. K. Li and Y. Li and Z. Li and E. Liang and S. Jia and R. Querel and L. Shao and F. Y. Wang and X. G. Wang and X. Wu and S. Xiong and R. Xu and Y-S Yang and G. Zhang and S. Zhang and T. Zheng and Jin-Hang Zou},
  year={2020}
}
Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are mysterious millisecond-duration radio transients observed from extragalactic distances. Magnetars have been long speculated as the possible engine to power repeating bursts from FRB sources, but no convincing evidence has been collected so far. Recently, a Galactic magnetar dubbed Soft Gamma-ray Repeater (SGR) J1935+2154 entered an active phase by emitting intense soft gamma-ray bursts. One fast radio burst with two peaks (hereafter FRB 200428) and a luminosity… Expand

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