The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar Survey – XVI. Discovery and timing of 40 pulsars from the southern Galactic plane

  title={The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar Survey – XVI. Discovery and timing of 40 pulsars from the southern Galactic plane},
  author={Andrew D. Cameron and David J. Champion and Matthew Bailes and Vishnu Balakrishnan and Ewan D. Barr and C. G. Bassa and Samuel Bates and Shivani Bhandari and N. D. Ramesh Bhat and Marta Burgay and Sarah Burke-Spolaor and Chris Flynn and Andrew Jameson and Simon Johnston and Michael J. Keith and Michael Kramer and Lina Levin and Andrew G. Lyne and Cherry Ng and Emily Petroff and Andrea Possenti and D. A. Smith and Ben W. Stappers and W van Straten and Caterina Tiburzi and J. Wu},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
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