The glitches of the Anomalous X-ray Pulsar 1RXS J170849.0--400910

@inproceedings{DallOsso2001TheGO,
  title={The glitches of the Anomalous X-ray Pulsar 1RXS J170849.0--400910},
  author={Simone Dall’Osso and Gian Luca Israel and Luigi Stella and Andrea Possenti and Ettore Perozzi},
  year={2001}
}
We report on a timing analysis of archival observations of the Anomalous X– ray Pulsar 1RXS J170849.0–400910 made with the RXTE Proportional Counter Array. We detect a new large glitch (∆ν/ν ' 3× 10−6) which occurred between 2001 March 27 and 2001 May 6, with an associated large increase in the spin– down rate (∆ν̇/ν̇ ' 0.3). The short time (1.5 yrs) elapsed from the previously detected glitch and the large amplitude of the new spin–up place this source among the most frequent glitchers, with… Expand

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