The green bank telescope 350 MHz drift-scan survey II: Data analysis and the timing of 10 new pulsars, Including a relativistic binary
We have completed a 350 MHz Drift-scan Survey using the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope with the goal of finding new radio pulsars, especially millisecond pulsars that can be timed to high precision. This survey covered ∼10,300 deg and all of the data have now been fully processed. We have discovered a total of 31 new pulsars, 7 of which are recycled pulsars. A companion paper by Boyles et al. describes the survey strategy, sky coverage, and instrumental setup, and presents timing solutions for the first 13 pulsars. Here we describe the data analysis pipeline, survey sensitivity, and follow-up observations of new pulsars, and present timing solutions for 10 other pulsars. We highlight several sources - two interesting nulling pulsars, an isolated millisecond pulsar with a measurement of proper motion, and a partially recycled pulsar, PSR J0348+0432, which has a white dwarf companion in a relativistic orbit. PSR J0348+0432 will enable unprecedented tests of theories of gravity. © 2013. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved. 2
Lynch, Ryan S.; Boyles, Jason; Ransom, Scott M.; Stairs, Ingrid H.; Lorimer, Duncan R.; McLaughlin, Maura A.; Hessels, Jason W.T.; Kaspi, Victoria M.; Kondratiev, Vladislav I.; Archibald, Anne M.; Berndsen, Aaron; Cardoso, Rogerio F.; Cherry, Angus; Epstein, Courtney R.; Karako-Argaman, Chen; McPhee, Christie A.; Pennucci, Tim; Roberts, Mallory S.E.; Stovall, Kevin; and Van Leeuwen, Joeri, "The green bank telescope 350 MHz drift-scan survey II: Data analysis and the timing of 10 new pulsars, Including a relativistic binary" (2013). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 631.