The Pulsar Wind Nebula Around PSR B1853+01 in the Supernova Remnant W44

@article{Frail1996ThePW,
  title={The Pulsar Wind Nebula Around PSR B1853+01 in the Supernova Remnant W44},
  author={Dale A. Frail and Elsa Beatriz Giacani and W. M. Goss and Gloria Mabel Dubner},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={1996},
  volume={464},
  pages={L165 - L168}
}
We present radio observations of a region in the vicinity of the young pulsar PSR B1853+01 in the supernova remnant W44. The pulsar is located at the apex of an extended feature with cometary morphology. We argue on the basis of its morphology and its spectral index and polarization properties that this is a synchrotron nebula produced by the spin-down energy of the pulsar. The geometry and physical parameters of this pulsar-powered nebula and W44 are used to derive three different measures of… 

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