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Timing Observations of the SMC Binary PSR J0045-7319

  • V. M. Kaspi (a1), R. N. Manchester (a2), M. Bailes (a2) and J. F. Bell (a3)

Abstract

We describe radio timing observations of the binary pulsar PSR J0045-7319 made over the past 3.3 yr. We show that a simple timing model involving a standard Keplerian orbit describes the data well; however, significant low-level systematic residuals never before seen in other binary pulsars remain. We consider various possible origins of the residuals.

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