2013MNRAS.430..571E


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2013MNRAS.430..571E - Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc., 430, 571-587 (2013/March-3)

Six millisecond pulsars detected by the Fermi Large Area Telescope and the radio/gamma-ray connection of millisecond pulsars.

ESPINOZA C.M., GUILLEMOT L., CELIK O., WELTEVREDE P., STAPPERS B.W., SMITH D.A., KERR M., ZAVLIN V.E., COGNARD I., EATOUGH R.P., FREIRE P.C.C., JANSSEN G.H., CAMILO F., DESVIGNES G., HEWITT J.W., HOU X., JOHNSTON S., KEITH M., KRAMER M., LYNE A., MANCHESTER R.N., RANSOM S.M., RAY P.S., SHANNON R., THEUREAU G. and WEBB N.

Abstract (from CDS):

We report on the discovery of gamma-ray pulsations from five millisecond pulsars (MSPs) using the Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) and timing ephemerides provided by various radio observatories. We also present confirmation of the gamma-ray pulsations from a sixth source, PSR J2051-0827. Five of these six MSPs are in binary systems: PSRs J1713+0747, J1741+1351, J1600-3053 and the two black widow binary pulsars PSRs J0610-2100 and J2051-0827. The only isolated MSP is the nearby PSR J1024-0719, which is also known to emit X-rays. We present X-ray observations in the direction of PSRs J1600-3053 and J2051-0827. While PSR J2051-0827 is firmly detected, we can only give upper limits for the X-ray flux of PSR J1600-3053. There are no dedicated X-ray observations available for the other three objects.

The MSPs mentioned above, together with most of the MSPs detected by Fermi, are used to put together a sample of 30 gamma-ray MSPs. This sample is used to study the morphology and phase connection of radio and gamma-ray pulse profiles. We show that MSPs with pulsed gamma-ray emission which is phase-aligned with the radio emission present the steepest radio spectra and the largest magnetic fields at the light cylinder among all MSPs. Also, we observe a trend towards very low, or undetectable, radio linear polarization levels. These properties could be attributed to caustic radio emission produced at a range of different altitudes in the magnetosphere. We note that most of these characteristics are also observed in the Crab pulsar, the only other radio pulsar known to exhibit phase-aligned radio and gamma-ray emission.


Abstract Copyright: © 2013 The Authors Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society (2013)

Journal keyword(s): pulsars: general - gamma-rays: general - X-rays: general

Simbad objects: 32

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Number of rows : 32

N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2021
#notes
1 PSR J0030+0451 Psr 00 30 27.4277 +04 51 39.710           ~ 285 1
2 PSR J0034-05 Psr 00 34 21.8281 -05 34 36.620           ~ 162 0
3 PSR J0101-6422 Psr 01 01 11.1163 -64 22 30.171           ~ 41 0
4 PSR J0218+42 Psr 02 18 06.3604 +42 32 17.365           ~ 305 2
5 PSR J0340+41 Psr 03 40 23.2887 +41 30 45.300           ~ 54 0
6 PSR J0437-47 Psr 04 37 15.99744 -47 15 09.7170           DC 785 0
7 V* CM Tau Psr 05 34 31.93830 +22 00 52.1758           ~ 4886 1
8 PSR J0610-2100 Psr 06 10 13.5921 -21 00 28.016           ~ 65 0
9 PSR B0613-02.0 Psr 06 13 43.9759 -02 00 47.228           ~ 213 1
10 PSR J0614-3329 Psr 06 14 10.3479 -33 29 54.116           ~ 74 1
11 PSR J0751+1807 Psr 07 51 09.1539 +18 07 38.335           ~ 261 1
12 PSR J1024-0719 Psr 10 24 38.697 -07 19 19.07           ~ 193 0
13 PSR J1125-58 Psr 11 25 44.3654 -58 25 16.896           ~ 34 1
14 PSR J1231-1411 Psr 12 31 11.3069 -14 11 43.628           ~ 93 0
15 PSR J1446-4701 Psr 14 46 35.7143 -47 01 26.762           ~ 44 1
16 PSR J1600-3053 Psr 16 00 51.90403 -30 53 49.3190           ~ 125 0
17 PSR J1614-2230 Psr 16 14 36.5070 -22 30 31.207           ~ 311 1
18 PSR J1713+0447 Psr 17 13 49.53053 +07 47 37.5264           ~ 375 1
19 PSR J1741+1351 Psr 17 41 28.0 +13 54 33           ~ 68 0
20 PSR J1744-1134 Psr 17 44 29.4172 -11 34 54.710           ~ 216 1
21 PSR J1820-30A Psr 18 23 40.4842 -30 21 39.920           ~ 131 1
22 PSR J1824-2452A Psr 18 24 32.009 -24 52 11.10           ~ 445 2
23 PSR J1902-5105 Psr 19 02 02.8476 -51 05 56.969           ~ 34 0
24 PSR B1937+21 Psr 19 39 39.6 +21 37 22           ~ 982 2
25 PSR J1959+2048 Psr 19 59 36.7480 +20 48 14.599   20.4       ~ 719 2
26 PSR J2017+0603 Psr 20 17 22.7048 +06 03 05.585           ~ 79 1
27 PSR J2043+1711 Psr 20 43 20.8828 +17 11 28.941           ~ 82 1
28 V* LY Aqr Psr 20 51 07.5145 -08 27 37.795           ~ 171 2
29 PSR J2124-3358 Psr 21 24 43.8464 -33 58 44.961           ~ 256 1
30 PSR J2214+3000 Psr 22 14 38.8480 +30 00 38.209           ~ 82 0
31 PSR J2241-5236 Psr 22 41 42.03161 -52 36 36.2492           ~ 79 1
32 PSR J2302+4442 Psr 23 02 46.9789 +44 42 22.102           ~ 79 0

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