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Parkes observations for project P1101 semester 2021APRS_12

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Dai, Shi ; Hobbs, George ; Li, Di ; Zhu, Weiwei ; Feng, Yi ; Niu, Chenhui
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We propose to carry out fortnightly monitoring of a very active repeater, FRB~190520, with the Parkes UWL system. Our current observations show that FRB~190520 is not only the most active FRB that can be observed with Parkes, but also shows unique behaviour at 2 to 3 GHz frequency. This makes UWL the ideal instrument to carry out in-depth studies of this repeating FRB. With this program, we expect to detect a large sample of bursts from FRB~190520, and in collaboration with the FAST telescope we will search for potential periodicity and study emission properties over an extremely wide bandwidth with high sensitivity.

Data time period: 2021-04-01 to 2021-09-30

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