Pulsars with the Australian square kilometre array pathfinder

I. H. Stairs, M. J. Keith, Z. Arzoumanian, W. Becker, A. Berndsen, A. Bouchard, N. D R Bhat, M. Burgay, D. J. Champion, S. Chatterjee, T. Colegate, J. M. Cordes, F. M. Crawford, R. Dodson, P. C C Freire, G. B. Hobbs, A. W. Hotan, S. Johnston, V. M. Kaspi, V. KondratievM. Kramer, T. J W Lazio, W. Majid, R. N. Manchester, D. J. Nice, A. Pellizzoni, A. Possenti, S. M. Ransom, N. Rea, R. Shannon, R. Smits, B. W. Stappers, D. F. Torres, A. G J Van Leeuwen, W. Van Straten, P. Weltevrede

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    The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) is a 36-element array with a 30-square-degree field of view being built at the proposed SKA site in Western Australia. We are conducting a Design Study for pulsar observations with ASKAP, planning both timing and search observations. We provide an overview of the ASKAP telescope and an update on pulsar-related progress. © 2011 American Institute of Physics.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAIP Conference Proceedings|AIP Conf. Proc.
    Number of pages5
    Publication statusPublished - 2011
    EventRadio Pulsars: An Astrophysical Key to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe - Chia (Sardinia)
    Duration: 1 Jul 2011 → …

    Publication series

    NameAmerican Institute of Physics Conference Series


    ConferenceRadio Pulsars: An Astrophysical Key to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe
    CityChia (Sardinia)
    Period1/07/11 → …


    • ASKAP
    • pulsars


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