Handbook of Pulsar Astronomy (Cambridge Observing Handbooks for Research Astronomers)

By D. R. Lorimer

Radio pulsars are speedily rotating, hugely magnetized neutron stars. This finished e-book brings jointly key observational concepts, heritage details and a evaluate of the newest effects, together with the hot discovery of a double pulsar process. helpful software program instruments are supplied to investigate instance facts, made to be had on a similar site. The paintings can be of serious worth to graduate scholars and researchers wishing to hold out and interpret a large choice of radio pulsar observations.

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