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IAUS 337

Fifty years of pulsar astrophysics

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IAU Symposium 337 was held at Jodrell Bank Observatory in September 2017 to celebrate the past fifty years of pulsar astrophysics and to look forward to the next fifty.

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  1. Institute of Space Sciences (ICE, CSIC-IEEC), Barcelona, Spain

    • Nanda Rea
  2. Anton Pannekoek Institute of the University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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    The timeline of pulsar discoveries over the past 50 years, following searches of the radio to gamma-ray sky. Different colours represent the discovery date as reported in the ATNF Pulsar Catalogue (R. N. Manchester et al. Astron. J. 129, 1993–2006; 2005), spanning from PSR J1921+2153 in violet, the first radio pulsar discovered in 1967 (A. Hewish et al. Nature 217, 709–713; 1968) to PSR J2017+3625 in yellow, a gamma-ray pulsar discovered in Fermi LAT data by the Einstein@Home project (C. J. Clark et al. Astrophys. J. 834, 106; 2017). Credit: S. Serrano Elorduy (CSIC-IEEC) / N. Rea (CSIC-IEEC) / ATNF Pulsar Catalogue.

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