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Parkes observations for project P1154 semester 2022APRS_08

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Lower, Marcus ; Johnston, Simon ; Kramer, Michael ; Karastergiou, Aris ; Shannon, Ryan
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Pulsars with high surface magnetic field-strengths (high-B pulsars) provide a rich seam of study for both observers and theorists alike. Studies of their population properties have the potential to answer several fundamental questions about the nature of these objects and how they fit in with the overall pulsar population. These questions include: How do their magnetic fields arise? How is pulsed radio emission produced above the quantum critical field? How do the various populations of high-B pulsars evolve with time? In this proposal we will use the Ultra-Wideband Low (UWL) receiver system on Parkes to complete a Southern-Sky radio census of these high-B pulsars in order to determine their geometric and emission properties with the aim of providing the answers to the questions posed above.

Data time period: 2022-04-01 to 2022-09-30

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