The Fermi-LAT detection of magnetar-like pulsar PSR J1846-0258 at high-energy gamma-rays

@article{Kuiper2018TheFD,
  title={The Fermi-LAT detection of magnetar-like pulsar PSR J1846-0258 at high-energy gamma-rays},
  author={Lucien Kuiper and W. Hermsen and A. Dekker Sron - Netherlands Institute for Space Research and Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek' UvA and Amsterdam and The Netherlands.},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={475},
  pages={1238-1250}
}
We report the detection of the pulsed signal of the radio-quiet magnetar-like pulsar PSR J1846−0258 in the high-energy γ-ray data of the Fermi Large Area Telescope (Fermi LAT). We produced phase-coherent timing models exploiting RXTE PCA and Swift XRT monitoring data for the post- (magnetar-like) outburst period from 2007 August 28 to 2016 September 4, with independent verification using INTEGRAL ISGRI and Fermi GBM data. Phase-folding barycentric arrival times of selected Fermi LAT events from… 
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