X-ray counterpart candidates for six new γ-ray pulsars

@article{Zyuzin2018XrayCC,
  title={X-ray counterpart candidates for six new $\gamma$-ray pulsars},
  author={D Zyuzin and A. V. Karpova and Yu. A. Shibanov},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={476},
  pages={2177-2185}
}
Using archival X-ray data we have found point-like X-ray counterpart candidates positionally coincident with six $\gamma$-ray pulsars discovered recently in the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope data by the Einstein@Home project. The candidates for PSRs J0002$+$6216, J0554$+$3107, J1844$-$0346 and J1105$-$6037 are detected with Swift, and those for PSRs J0359$+$5414 and J2017$+$3625 are detected with Chandra. Despite a low count statistics for some candidates, assuming plausible constraints on… 

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