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Giant Radio Pulses from Pulsars

  • Ashok K. Singal
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Abstract

We present some results from our observations of giant pulses from PSR B0950+08 at103 MHz. These observations, now extending over a year, have shown the highest rate of occurrenceof giant pulses seen from any known pulsar. Large fluctuations in the intensity levels of individualgiant pulses and in their occurrence rate per unit interval of time are seen during a single day’sobservations, as well as from one day to the next. We conclude that these intensity variations arelikely to be intrinsic to the pulsar.

Keywords

Magnetic Field Strength Radio Telescope Millisecond Pulsar Individual Pulse Crab Pulsar 
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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2001

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ashok K. Singal
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  1. 1.Astronomy and Astrophysics DivisionPhysical Research LaboratoryNavrangpura, AhmedabadIndia

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