Detection of new pulsars at 111 MHz

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The first results of a search for pulsars using the Large Phased Array of the Lebedev Physical Institute at 111 MHz for right ascensions 0h-24h and declinations 21°-42° are reported. Data with a time resolution of 100 ms in six frequency channels within a 2.5-MHz frequency band have been processed. Thirty-four pulsars have been detected, of which seventeen were observed on this telescope earlier; ten known pulsars had not been observed earlier. Seven new pulsars have been discovered.

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Original Russian Text © S.A. Tyul’bashev, V.S. Tyul’bashev, V.V. Oreshko, S.V. Logvinenko, 2016, published in Astronomicheskii Zhurnal, 2016, Vol. 93, No. 2, pp. 177–190.

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Tyul’bashev, S.A., Tyul’bashev, V.S., Oreshko, V.V. et al. Detection of new pulsars at 111 MHz. Astron. Rep. 60, 220–232 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1063772916020128

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  • Spectral Index
  • Radio Source
  • Astronomy Report
  • Radio Telescope
  • Lebedev Physical Institute