Neutron Stars – Victoria Kaspi

I’ve read Springer books – well, a book – about pulsars in the past and this is certainly not the first post here on this blog covering these topics, yet I definitely found this lecture hard to follow. It’s highly technical, but occasionally quite interesting.

Some links related to the lecture coverage:

Coherence time.
Coherence (physics).
Pulsar timing and its applications (Manchester 2018).
NE2001. I. A new model for the galactic distribution of free electrons and its fluctuations (Cordes and Lazio).
Pulsar Timing.
Supplementary parameters in the parameterized post-Keplerian formalism.
Shapiro time delay.
Fonseca et al. 2014.
Hulse–Taylor binary.
PSR J0737−3039.
Spin–orbit coupling.
Tests of general relativity – Binary pulsars.
Relativistic Spin Precession in the Double Pulsar (Breton et al. 2008).
PSR J1614−2230.
PSR J0348+0432.
Scalar–tensor theory.
A Massive Pulsar in a Compact Relativistic Binary (Antoniadis et al. 2013).
The strong equivalence principle.
Nordtvedt effect.
PSR J0337+1715.
A millisecond pulsar in a stellar triple system (Ransom, Archibald et al. 2014).
Millisecond pulsar (recycled pulsar).
A comprehensive study of binary compact objects as gravitational wave sources: Evolutionary channels, rates, and physical properties (Belczynski et al. 2002).
Relativistic binary pulsars with black-hole companions (Pfahl et al. 2005).
Pulsar timing array.
PALFA (Pulsar Arecibo L-band Feed Array) Survey.
Green Bank North Celestial Cap (GBNCC) Survey.

August 6, 2019 - Posted by | Astronomy, Lectures, Physics, Studies

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