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Magnetospheric Switching in PSR B1828–11

  • I. H. Stairs (a1), A. G. Lyne (a2), M. Kramer (a2) (a3), B. W. Stappers (a2), J. van Leeuwen (a4) (a5), A. Tung (a1) (a6), R. N. Manchester (a7), G. B. Hobbs (a7), D. R. Lorimer (a8) (a9) and A. Melatos (a10)...

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PSR B1828–11 is a young pulsar once thought to be undergoing free precession and recently found instead to be switching magnetospheric states in tandem with spin-down changes. Here we show the two extreme states of the mode-changing found for this pulsar and comment briefly on its interpretation.

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Magnetospheric Switching in PSR B1828–11

  • I. H. Stairs (a1), A. G. Lyne (a2), M. Kramer (a2) (a3), B. W. Stappers (a2), J. van Leeuwen (a4) (a5), A. Tung (a1) (a6), R. N. Manchester (a7), G. B. Hobbs (a7), D. R. Lorimer (a8) (a9) and A. Melatos (a10)...

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