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Parkes observations for project P595 semester 2018APRS_01

Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
George Hobbs (Principal investigator)
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We propose to continue the PULSE@Parkes project in which high school students from Australia and around the World use the Parkes radio telescope in a remote observing model to observe and analyse pulsar data. The data from some PULSE@Parkes observations are used to support the FERMI Gamma ray mission, other observations supplement the P456 Pulsar Timing Array project and the remainder were chosen in order to make a detailed analysis of pulsar timing irregularities and intermittency.

Data time period: 2018-04-01 to 2018-09-30

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