The Arecibo 430 MHz Intermediate Galactic Latitude Survey: Discovery of Nine Radio Pulsars

@article{Navarro2003TheA4,
  title={The Arecibo 430 MHz Intermediate Galactic Latitude Survey: Discovery of Nine Radio Pulsars},
  author={J. Navarro and S. Anderson and P. Freire},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={594},
  pages={943-951}
}
  • J. Navarro, S. Anderson, P. Freire
  • Published 2003
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • We have used the Arecibo Radio Telescope to search for millisecond pulsars in two intermediate Galactic latitude regions (7° < |b| < 20°) accessible to this telescope. For these latitudes the useful millisecond pulsar search volume achieved by Arecibo's 430 MHz beam is predicted to be maximal. Searching a total of 130 deg2, we have discovered nine new pulsars and detected four previously known objects. We compare the results of this survey with those of other 430 MHz surveys carried out at… CONTINUE READING
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