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A Search for Variations in the Intensity of the Optical Pulses from NP 0532

  • D. Hegyi (a1), R. Novick (a2) and P. Thaddeus (a3)

Abstract

A search for short-time variability of NP 0532 using the 82 and 107 in. telescopes at McDonald Observatory is described. Observations were made of the mean intensity, the mean square of the intensity and the mean autocorrelation function of the pulsar light. Limits are placed on the variability of the optical pulsar.

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