The Characteristics of Millisecond Pulsar Emission. II. Polarimetry

@article{Xilouris1998TheCO,
  title={The Characteristics of Millisecond Pulsar Emission. II. Polarimetry},
  author={Kiriaki M. Xilouris and Michael Kramer and Axel Jessner and Alexis von Hoensbroech and Duncan R. Lorimer and Richard Wielebinski and Alex Wolszczan and F. Camilo Naic and Arecibo Observatory and Puerto Rico. and Usa and Mpi fuer Radioastronomie and Bonn and H Germany and Department of Physics Astronomy and Astrophysics and Pennsylvania State University and Nral and Jodrell Bank and UK.},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={1998},
  volume={501},
  pages={286 - 306}
}
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