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Long-term timing observations of four southern pulsars

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posted on 2023-05-16, 10:59 authored by D'Alessandro, F, Peter McCulloch
Pulse arrival-time measurements made during the period 1987-1994 at the Mt Pleasant Observatory have revealed the first observed glitch in PSR B1727-47 and a continuation of the known high glitch rate in PSR B1737-30. The observations also show an unusual sequence of alternating microjumps in the rotation rate of PSR B1240-64 and the possibility of free precession in PSR B0959-54. The observations and results are discussed in terms of current neutron star theories. © 1997 RAS.

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Publication title

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

Volume

292

Issue

4

Pagination

879-886

ISSN

0035-8711

Department/School

University College

Publisher

Royal Astronomical Society

Place of publication

London

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