1997A&A...322..846K


Query : 1997A&A...322..846K

1997A&A...322..846K - Astronomy and Astrophysics, volume 322, 846-856 (1997/6-3)

Origin of pulsar radio emission. I. High frequency data.

KRAMER M., XILOURIS K.M., JESSNER A., LORIMER D.R., WIELEBINSKI R. and LYNE A.G.

Abstract (from CDS):

Using the pulse arrival times from pulsar observations made between 1.4 and 32 GHz, we constrain the location and size of the magnetospheric region which is responsible for the observed radio emission. We demonstrate that for long period pulsars the magnetic field maintains its dipolar form throughout the whole emission region. The emission region itself is located very close to the stellar surface and confined to a small slab of a few tens stellar radii in height.

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Journal keyword(s): pulsars: general - pulsars: individual: B0329+54 (PSR 0329+54), B0355+54 (PSR 0355+54), B0540+23 (PSR 0540+23), B1133+16 (PSR 1133+16), B1706-16 (PSR 1706-16), B1929+10 (PSR 1929+10), B2020+28 (PSR 2020+28), B2021+51 (PSR 2021+51) - radiation mechanisms: miscellaneous

Simbad objects: 10

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Number of rows : 10
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2022
#notes
1 PSR B0329+54 Psr 03 32 59.3370698592 +54 34 45.028206408           ~ 602 1
2 PSR B0355+54 Psr 03 58 53.7165 +54 13 13.727           ~ 412 1
3 PSR B0525+21 Psr 05 28 52.308 +22 00 01.00     14.30     ~ 338 0
4 PSR B0540+23 Psr 05 43 09.65 +23 29 06.1     14.40     ~ 238 0
5 PSR B1133+16 Psr 11 36 03.0720 +15 51 15.500           ~ 635 0
6 PSR B1237+25 Psr 12 39 40.386 +24 53 49.87           ~ 437 0
7 PSR B1706-16 Psr 17 09 26.4470 -16 40 56.200           ~ 209 0
8 PSR B1929+10 Psr 19 32 14.0570 +10 59 33.380           ~ 720 0
9 PSR B2020+28 Psr 20 22 37.0671 +28 54 23.104           ~ 292 1
10 PSR B2021+51 Psr 20 22 49.8730 +51 54 50.233           ~ 251 1

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