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Title: Discovery of a Young, Energetic Pulsar Near the Supernova Remnant G290.1-0.8 and the Gamma-Ray Source 2EG J1103-6106
Authors: Kaspi, V. M.
Bailes, M.
Manchester, R. N.
Stappers, B. W.
Sandhu, J.
Navarro, J.
D'Amico, N.
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: We report on the discovery and follow-up timing observations of a 63-ms radio pulsar, PSR J1105-6107. We show that the pulsar is young, having a characteristic age of only 63kyr. We consider its possible association with the nearby remnant G290.1-0.8 (MSH 11-61A) but uncertainties in the distances and ages preclude a firm conclusion.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/27592
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