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by Harrison, Fiona A and Craig, William W and Christensen, Finn E and Hailey, Charles J and Zhang, William W and Boggs, Steven E and Stern, Daniel and Cook, W. Rick and Forster, Karl and Giommi, Paolo and Grefenstette, Brian W and Kim, Yunjin and Kitaguchi, Takao and Koglin, Jason E and Madsen, Kristin K and Mao, Peter H and Miyasaka, Hiromasa and Mori, Kaya and Perri, Matteo and Pivovaroff, Michael J and Puccetti, Simonetta and Rana, Vikram R and Westergaard, Niels J and Willis, Jason and Zoglauer, Andreas and An, Hongjun and Bachetti, Matteo and Barrière, Nicolas M and Bellm, Eric C and Bhalerao, Varun and Brejnholt, Nicolai F and Fuerst, Felix and Liebe, Carl C and Markwardt, Craig B and Nynka, Melania and Vogel, Julia K and Walton, Dominic J and Wik, Daniel R and Alexander, David M and Cominsky, Lynn R and Hornschemeier, Ann E and Hornstrup, Allan and Kaspi, Victoria M and Madejski, Greg M and Matt, Giorgio and Molendi, Silvano and Smith, David M and Tomsick, John A and Ajello, Marco and Ballantyne, David R and Baloković, Mislav and Barret, Didier and Bauer, Franz E and Blandford, Roger D and Brandt, W. Niel and Brenneman, Laura W and Chiang, James and Chakrabarty, Deepto and Chenevez, Jerome and Comastri, Andrea and Dufour, Francois and Elvis, Martin and Fabian, Andrew C and Farrah, Duncan and Fryer, Chris L and Gotthelf, Eric V and Grindlay, Jonathan E and Helfand, David J and Krivonos, Roman and Meier, David L and Miller, Jon M and Natalucci, Lorenzo and Ogle, Patrick and Ofek, Eran O and Ptak, Andrew and Reynolds, Stephen P and Rigby, Jane R and Tagliaferri, Gianpiero and Thorsett, Stephen E and Treister, Ezequiel and Urry, C. Megan
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, Volume 770, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 19
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 7/2003, Volume 301, Issue 5630, pp. 193 - 196
The pulsar B1620-26 has two companions, one of stellar mass and one of planetary mass. We detected the stellar companion with the use of Hubble Space Telescope... 
Stellar masses | Planets | Astronomical objects | Stars | Pulsars | Proper motions | Main sequence stars | Reports | Stellar orbits | Planetary orbits | White dwarfs | OPTICAL COUNTERPART | SEARCH | SYSTEM PSR B1620-26 | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | SEQUENCE | TRIPLE SYSTEM | GLOBULAR-CLUSTER MESSIER-4 | MILLISECOND PULSARS | Stars & galaxies | Astronomy
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by Harrison, Fiona A and Craig, William W and Christensen, Finn E and Hailey, Charles J and Zhang, Will W and Boggs, Steven E and Stern, Daniel and Cook, W. Rick and Forster, Karl and Giommi, Paolo and Grefenstette, Brian W and Kim, Yunjin and Kitaguchi, Takao and Koglin, Jason E and Madsen, Kristin K and Mao, Peter H and Miyasaka, Hiromasa and Mori, Kaya and Perri, Matteo and Pivovaroff, Michael J and Puccetti, Simonetta and Rana, Vikram R and Westergaard, Niels J and Willis, Jason and Zoglauer, Andreas and An, Hongjun and Bachetti, Matteo and Barriere, Nicolas M and Bellm, Eric C and Bhalerao, Varun and Brejnholt, Nicolai F and Fuerst, Felix and Liebe, Carl C and Markwardt, Craig B and Nynka, Melania and Vogel, Julia K and Walton, Dominic J and Wik, Daniel R and Alexander, David M and Cominsky, Lynn R and Hornschemeier, Ann E and Hornstrup, Allan and Kaspi, Victoria M and Madejski, Greg M and Matt, Giorgio and Molendi, Silvano and Smith, David M and Tomsick, John A and Ajello, Marco and Ballantyne, David R and Balokovic, Mislav and Barret, Diddier and Bauer, Franz E and Blandford, Roger D and Brandt, W. Niel and Brenneman, Laura W and Chiang, James and Chakrabarty, Deepto and Chenevez, Jerome and Comastri, Andrea and Elvis, Martin and Fabian, Andrew C and Farrah, Duncan and Fryer, Chris L and Gotthelf, Eric V and Grindlay, Jonathan E and Helfand, David J and Krivonos, Roman and Meier, David L and Miller, Jon M and Natalucci, Lorenzo and Ogle, Patrick and Ofek, Eran O and Ptak, Andrew and Reynolds, Stephen P and Rigby, Jand R and Tagliaferri, Gianpiero and Thorsett, Stephen E and Treister, Ezequiel and Urry, C. Megan and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States)
Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 01/2013, Volume 770, Issue 2
The Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) mission, launched on 13 June 2012, is the first focusing high-energy X-ray telescope in orbit. NuSTAR... 
ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS | Astrophysics,ASTRO
Journal Article
Journal Article
The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 05/2010, Volume 715, Issue 1, pp. 335 - 341
Journal Article
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 1538-4357, 03/2009, Volume 693, Issue 2, pp. L109 - L112
We calculate the joint period-spin-down (P-(P)over dot) distributions of millisecond radio pulsars (MSRPs) for the standard evolutionary model in order to test... 
Pulsars: general | Stars: statistics | X-rays: binaries | Stars: neutron | pulsars: individual (B1937+21) | MAGNETIC-FIELDS | pulsars: general | X-RAY PULSAR | NEUTRON-STARS | BINARY | RADIO PULSARS | stars: neutron | DISCOVERY | TIMING-EXPLORER | stars: statistics | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | FREQUENCY | OSCILLATIONS | PULSATIONS
Journal Article
by Harrison, Fiona A and Craig, William W and Christensen, Finn E and Hailey, Charles J and Zhang, William W and Boggs, Steven E and Stern, Daniel and Cook, W. Rick and Forster, Karl and Giommi, Paolo and Grefenstette, Brian W and Kim, Yunjin and Kitaguchi, Takao and Koglin, Jason E and Madsen, Kristin K and Mao, Peter H and Miyasaka, Hiromasa and Mori, Kaya and Perri, Matteo and Pivovaroff, Michael J and Puccetti, Simonetta and Rana, Vikram R and Westergaard, Niels J and Willis, Jason and Zoglauer, Andreas and An, Hongjun and Bachetti, Matteo and Barrière, Nicolas M and Bellm, Eric C and Bhalerao, Varun and Brejnholt, Nicolai F and Fuerst, Felix and Liebe, Carl C and Markwardt, Craig B and Nynka, Melania and Vogel, Julia K and Walton, Dominic J and Wik, Daniel R and Alexander, David M and Cominsky, Lynn R and Hornschemeier, Ann E and Hornstrup, Allan and Kaspi, Victoria M and Madejski, Greg M and Matt, Giorgio and Molendi, Silvano and Smith, David M and Tomsick, John A and Ajello, Marco and Ballantyne, David R and Baloković, Mislav and Barret, Didier and Bauer, Franz E and Blandford, Roger D and Brandt, W. Niel and Brenneman, Laura W and Chiang, James and Chakrabarty, Deepto and Chenevez, Jerome and Comastri, Andrea and Dufour, Francois and Elvis, Martin and Fabian, Andrew C and Farrah, Duncan and Fryer, Chris L and Gotthelf, Eric V and Grindlay, Jonathan E and Helfand, David J and Krivonos, Roman and Meier, David L and Miller, Jon M and Natalucci, Lorenzo and Ogle, Patrick and Ofek, Eran O and Ptak, Andrew and Reynolds, Stephen P and Rigby, Jane R and Tagliaferri, Gianpiero and Thorsett, Stephen E and Treister, Ezequiel and Urry, C. Megan
The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 05/2013, Volume 770, Issue 2, p. 103
Journal Article
AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN 0094-243X, 02/2009, Volume 1280, pp. 57 - 64
The discovery of millisecond pulsations from neutron stars in low mass X-ray binary (LMXB) systems has substantiated the theoretical prediction that links... 
Neutron stars | Evolutionary | Pulsars | X-rays | Millisecond pulsars | Mathematical models | Radio | Standards
Journal Article
1991, Princeton paperbacks, ISBN 9780691024493, xvi, 319
Aimed at helping the physics student to develop a solid grasp of basic graduate-level material, this book presents worked solutions to a wide range of... 
Physics | Problems, exercises, etc
Book
The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 05/1999, Volume 516, Issue 2, pp. 683 - 692
We report on observations of the fading optical counterpart of the gamma-ray burst GRB 970228, made with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) and the Keck I... 
Gamma rays: bursts | Infrared: galaxies | GAMMA-RAY BURST | INTERSTELLAR NA I | CA-II | HUBBLE-SPACE-TELESCOPE | DEEP FIELD | HIGH-REDSHIFT GALAXIES | gamma rays : bursts | LINES | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | STARS | infrared : galaxies | EMISSION | SPECTRA
Journal Article
The Astrophysical Journal, ISSN 0004-637X, 04/2005, Volume 622, Issue 2 I, pp. 977 - 985
X-ray flashes (XRFs) are, like gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), thought to signal the collapse of massive stars in distant galaxies. Many models posit that the... 
Gamma rays: bursts | LOW-LUMINOSITY | SN 2003LW | GRB-031203 | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | OPTICAL AFTERGLOW | ORPHAN AFTERGLOWS | GALAXIES | EMISSION | GAMMA-RAY BURSTS | FLASH | gamma rays : bursts | DISCOVERY
Journal Article
by Newbury and Nathan;newman and M
03/2015, ISBN 9780691024493, 337
Aimed at helping the physics student to develop a solid grasp of basic graduate-level material, this book presents worked solutions to a wide range of... 
Science | Physics | Problems, exercises, etc
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