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Observations of some further Pulsed Radio Sources

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Details are now given of three of the four pulsating radio sources discovered at Cambridge.

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PILKINGTON, J., HEWISH, A., BELL, S. et al. Observations of some further Pulsed Radio Sources. Nature 218, 126–129 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1038/218126a0

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