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Is anomalous scattering typical for pulsars?

  • Wojciech Lewandowski (a1), Jarosław Kijak (a1), Leszek Błaszkiewicz (a2) (a3), Karolina Rożko (a1) and Andrzej Krankowski (a2)...

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Recent studies of interstellar scattering frequency evolution indicate, that for a large number of pulsars the measured scatter time to frequency scaling does not follow predictions based upon simple scattering models. The number of such deviations suggests, that what was previously known as “anomalous scattering” is actually quite normal for a large subset of the pulsar population. New observations are needed, especially at low frequencies, to study the scattering of low-DM objects. In this regard even small telescopes, such as single LOFAR stations - like PL-612 in Bałdy, near Olsztyn, Poland - can be extremely helpful.

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Is anomalous scattering typical for pulsars?

  • Wojciech Lewandowski (a1), Jarosław Kijak (a1), Leszek Błaszkiewicz (a2) (a3), Karolina Rożko (a1) and Andrzej Krankowski (a2)...

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