The Einstein@Home Gamma-ray Pulsar Survey. II. Source Selection, Spectral Analysis, and Multiwavelength Follow-up

  title={The Einstein@Home Gamma-ray Pulsar Survey. II. Source Selection, Spectral Analysis, and Multiwavelength Follow-up},
  author={J. Wu and Christopher J. R. Clark and H. J. Pletsch and Lucas Guillemot and Tyrel J. Johnson and Pablo Torne and David J. Champion and Julia S. Deneva and Paul. S. Ray and David Salvetti and Michael Kramer and C. Aulbert and C. Beer and Bhaswati Bhattacharyya and Oliver Bock and Fernando Camilo and Ismael Cognard and A. Cu'ellar and H. B. Eggenstein and H. Fehrmann and Elizabeth C. Ferrara and Matthew Kerr and B. Machenschalk and Scott M. Ransom and S. Sanpa-arsa and Kent S. Wood},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
We report on the analysis of 13 gamma-ray pulsars discovered in the Einstein@Home blind search survey using Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) Pass 8 data. The 13 new gamma-ray pulsars were discovered by searching 118 unassociated LAT sources from the third LAT source catalog (3FGL), selected using the Gaussian Mixture Model machine-learning algorithm on the basis of their gamma-ray emission properties being suggestive of pulsar magnetospheric emission. The new gamma-ray pulsars have pulse… 
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