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|Title:||On the origin of the recently discovered ultra-rapid pulsar|
|Publisher:||Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, India.|
|Citation:||Current Science, 1982, Vol. 51, p1096-1099.|
|Abstract:||The rapid rotation rate of ~ 1.5 ms of the newly discovered pulsar PSR 1937 + 21 is attributed to spin-up in a long-lived mass transfer binary. Such a history leads to a prediction of a very low period derivative ~ 6 X 10^-19 ss-1 for this pulsar. The gravitational radiation from this pulsar is expected to be negligible.|
|Copyright:||Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, India.|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Papers (A&A)|
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