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Parkes observations for project P427 semester 2012OCTS

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
D&apos ( Contributor ) Amico, Nichi ( Contributor ) Possenti, Andrea ( Contributor ) Manchester, Dick ( Contributor ) Johnston, Simon ( Contributor ) Kramer, Michael ( Contributor ) Sarkissian, John ( Contributor ) Lyne, Andrew ( Contributor ) Burgay, Marta ( Contributor ) Corongiu, Alessandro ( Contributor ) Camilo, Fernando ( Contributor ) Bailes, Matthew ( Contributor ) van Straten, Willem ( Contributor )
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Timing of the dozen pulsars discovered by us in P303 is ensuring high quality results: (a) the peculiarities (in position or projected acceleration) of all the 5 millisecond pulsars in NGC6752 suggested the presence of non thermal dynamics in the core, perhaps due to black-holes of intermediate mass; (b) the eclipsing pulsar in NGC6397 is a stereotype for studying the late evolution of exotic binaries. We propose to continue our timing project focusing mostly on NGC6752 at 20cm (in order to measure additional parameters useful to constrain the existence of a black-hole) and NGC6397 at 10cm (for studying the orbital secular evolution, the eclipse region, and the mechanisms leading to the ejection of matter from the binary system).

Data time period: 2012-10-01 to 2013-03-31

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