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    Title: ASCA and RXTE upper limits to pulsed emissions from PSR B1951+32
    Authors: Chang HK;Guo TF
    教師: 張祥光
    Date: 2000
    Relation: PULSAR ASTRONOMY - 2000 AND BEYOND: IAU COLLOQUIUM 177,Book Series: ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC CONFERENCE SERIES,Volume: 202,Pages: 327-328,Published: 2000
    Keywords: ASCA and RXTE upper limits
    PSR B1951+32
    Abstract: We report upper limits to pulsed X-ray emissions from PSR B1951+32 in 0.5 - 250 keV based on observations of ASCA in 1993 and RXTE in 1996. Together with earlier ROSAT report, these upper limits strongly suggest a thermal pulsed component below about 1 keV. These upper limits also indicate a spectral bending occurring in 100 keV - 3 MeV, which favors an outer-magnetosphere origin for gamma-ray emissions from PSR B1951+32.
    URI: http://aspbooks.org/a/volumes/article_details/?paper_id=19464
    http://nthur.lib.nthu.edu.tw/dspace/handle/987654321/53739
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