THE EINSTEIN@HOME SEARCH FOR RADIO PULSARS AND PSR J2007+2722 DISCOVERY

@article{Allen2013THEES,
  title={THE EINSTEIN@HOME SEARCH FOR RADIO PULSARS AND PSR J2007+2722 DISCOVERY},
  author={Bruce Allen and B. Knispel and James M. Cordes and Julia S. Deneva and Jason W. T. Hessels and D. P. Anderson and C. Aulbert and Oliver Bock and Adam Brazier and Shami Chatterjee and Paul B. Demorest and H. B. Eggenstein and H. Fehrmann and Eric V. Gotthelf and David Hammer and Victoria M. Kaspi and Michael Kramer and Andrew G. Lyne and B. Machenschalk and Maura Mclaughlin and Chris Messenger and H. J. Pletsch and Scott M. Ransom and Ingrid H. Stairs and Ben W. Stappers and N. D. Ramesh Bhat and Slavko Bogdanov and Fernando Camilo and David J. Champion and Fronefield Crawford and Gregory Desvignes and Paulo C. C. Freire and George Heald and Fredrick A. Jenet and Patrick Lazarus and K J Lee and Joeri van Leeuwen and Ryan S. Lynch and Maria Alessandra Papa and Reinhard Prix and Rachel Rosen and Paul Scholz and Xavier Siemens and Kevin Stovall and Arun Venkataraman and W. W. Zhu},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={773}
}
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