Parkes Radio Telescope pulsar timing

We report here on two years of timing of 168 pulsars using the Parkes radio telescope. The vast majority of these pulsars have spin-down luminosities in excess of 10^34^erg/s and are prime target candidates to be detected in gamma-rays by the Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope. We provide the ephemerides for the ten pulsars being timed at Parkes which have been detected by Fermi in its first year of operation. These ephemerides, in conjunction with the publicly available photon list, can be used to generate gamma-ray profiles from the Fermi archive. We will make the ephemerides of any pulsars of interest available to the community upon request. In addition to the timing ephemerides, we present the parameters for 14 glitches which have occurred in 13 pulsars, seven of which have no previously known glitch history. The Parkes timing programme, in conjunction with Fermi observations, is expected to continue for at least the next four years.

Cone search capability for table J/other/PASA/27.64/pulsars (Parameters and post-fit RMS)

Cone search capability for table J/other/PASA/27.64/table3 (Parameters of the 14 glitches observed in the timing data)

Cone search capability for table J/other/PASA/27.64/table4 (Timing parameters for 10 pulsars detected in gamma-rays by Fermi)

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Creator Weltevrede P.; Johnston S.; Manchester R.N.; Bhat R.; Burgay M.,Champion D.; Hobbs G.B.; Kiziltan B.; Keith M.; Possenti A.; Reynolds J.E.,Watters K.
Publisher CDS
Publication Year 2011
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Resource Type Dataset; AstroObjects
Discipline Astrophysical Processes; Astrophysics and Astronomy; Natural Sciences; Physics; Stellar Astronomy