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A Population of Gamma-Ray Millisecond Pulsars Seen with the Fermi Large Area Telescope

Pulsars are born with subsecond spin periods and slow by electromagnetic braking for several tens of millions of years, when detectable radiation ceases. A second life can occur for neutron stars in binary systems. They can acquire mass and angular momentum from their companions, to be spun up to mi... Full description

Journal Title: Science (Washington) Aug 13, 2009, Vol.325(5942), pp.848-852
Main Author: Abdo, A
Other Authors: Ackermann, M , Ajello, M , Atwood, W , Axelsson, M , Baldini, L , Ballet, J , Barbiellini, G , Baring, M , Bastieri, D , Baughman, B , Bechtol, K , Bellazzini, R , Berenji, B , Bignami, G , Blandford, R , Bloom, Ed , Bonamente, E , Borgland, A , Bregeon, J , Brez, A , Brigida, M , Bruel, P , Burnett, Th , Caliandro, G , Cameron, R , Camilo, F , Caraveo, P , Carlson, P , Casandjian, J , Cecchi, C , Celik, O , Charles, E , Chekhtman, A , Cheung, C , Chiang, J , Ciprini, S , Claus, R , Cognard, I , Cohen-Tanugi, J , Cominsky, L , Conrad, J , Corbet, R , Cutini, S , Dermer, C , Desvignes, G , De Angelis, A , De Luca, A , De Palma, F , Digel, S , Dormody, M , Drell, P , Dubois, R , Dumora, D , Edmonds, Y , Farnier, C , Favuzzi, C , Fegan, S , Focke, W , Frailis, M , Freire, PCC , Fukazawa, Y , Funk, S , Fusco, P , Gargano, F , Gasparrini, D , Gehrels, N , Germani, S , Giebels, B , Giglietto, N , Giordano, F , Glanzman, T , Godfrey, G , Grenier, Ia , Grondin, M , Grove, Je , Guillemot, L , Guiriec, S , Hanabata, Y , Harding, A , Hayashida, M , Hays, E , Hobbs, G , Hughes, R , Johannesson, G , Johnson, A , Johnson, R , Johnson, T , Johnson, W , Johnston, S , Kamae, T , Katagiri, H , Kataoka, J , Kawai, N , Kerr, M , Knodlseder, J , Kocian, M , Kramer, M , Kuss, M , Lande, J , Latronico, L , Lemoine-Goumard, M , Longo, F , Loparco, F , Lott, B , Lovellette, M , Lubrano, P , Madejski, G , Makeev, A , Manchester, R , Marelli, M , Mazziotta, M , Mcconville, W , Mcenery, Je , Mclaughlin, MA , Meurer, C , Michelson, P , Mitthumsiri, W , Mizuno, T , Moiseev, A , Monte, C , Monzani, ME , Morselli, A , Moskalenko, I , Murgia, S , Nolan, P , Norris, J , Nuss, E , Ohsugi, T , Omodei, N , Orlando, E , Ormes, J , Paneque, D , Panetta, J , Parent, D , Pelassa, V , Pepe, M , Pesce-Rollins, M , Piron, F , Porter, T , Raino, S , Rando, R , Ransom, S , Ray, P , Razzano, M , Rea, N , Reimer, A , Reimer, O , Reposeur, T , Ritz, S , Rochester, L , Rodriguez, A , Romani, R , Roth, M , Ryde, F , Sadrozinski, Hfw , Sanchez, D , Sander, A , Saz Parkinson, Pm , Scargle, J , Schalk, T , Sgro, C , Siskind, E , Smith, Da , Smith, P , Spandre, G , Spinelli, P , Stappers, B , Starck, J , Striani, E , Strickman, D , Suson, H , Tajima, H , Takahashi, T , Tanaka, J , Thayer, J , Thayer, G , Theureau, D , Thompson, Se , Thorsett, L , Tibaldo, D , Torres, G , Tosti, A , Tramacere, Y , Uchiyama, T , Usher, A , Van Etten, V , Vasileiou, C , Venter, N , Vilchez, V , Vitale, E , Waite, P , Wallace, K , Wang, N , Watters, P , Webb, B , Weltevrede, K , Winer, T , Wood, M , Ylinen, A , Ziegler, A , Abdo, A
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  • Ajello, M
  • Atwood, W
  • Axelsson, M
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  • Bloom, Ed
  • Bonamente, E
  • Borgland, A
  • Bregeon, J
  • Brez, A
  • Brigida, M
  • Bruel, P
  • Burnett, Th
  • Caliandro, G
  • Cameron, R
  • Camilo, F
  • Caraveo, P
  • Carlson, P
  • Casandjian, J
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  • Charles, E
  • Chekhtman, A
  • Cheung, C
  • Chiang, J
  • Ciprini, S
  • Claus, R
  • Cognard, I
  • Cohen-Tanugi, J
  • Cominsky, L
  • Conrad, J
  • Corbet, R
  • Cutini, S
  • Dermer, C
  • Desvignes, G
  • De Angelis, A
  • De Luca, A
  • De Palma, F
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  • Dubois, R
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  • Godfrey, G
  • Grenier, Ia
  • Grondin, M
  • Grove, Je
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  • Guiriec, S
  • Hanabata, Y
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  • Hayashida, M
  • Hays, E
  • Hobbs, G
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  • Kuss, M
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  • Lemoine-Goumard, M
  • Longo, F
  • Loparco, F
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  • Porter, T
  • Raino, S
  • Rando, R
  • Ransom, S
  • Ray, P
  • Razzano, M
  • Rea, N
  • Reimer, A
  • Reimer, O
  • Reposeur, T
  • Ritz, S
  • Rochester, L
  • Rodriguez, A
  • Romani, R
  • Roth, M
  • Ryde, F
  • Sadrozinski, Hfw
  • Sanchez, D
  • Sander, A
  • Saz Parkinson, Pm
  • Scargle, J
  • Schalk, T
  • Sgro, C
  • Siskind, E
  • Smith, Da
  • Smith, P
  • Spandre, G
  • Spinelli, P
  • Stappers, B
  • Starck, J
  • Striani, E
  • Strickman, D
  • Suson, H
  • Tajima, H
  • Takahashi, T
  • Tanaka, J
  • Thayer, J
  • Thayer, G
  • Theureau, D
  • Thompson, Se
  • Thorsett, L
  • Tibaldo, D
  • Torres, G
  • Tosti, A
  • Tramacere, Y
  • Uchiyama, T
  • Usher, A
  • Van Etten, V
  • Vasileiou, C
  • Venter, N
  • Vilchez, V
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  • Wang, N
  • Watters, P
  • Webb, B
  • Weltevrede, K
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  • Wood, M
  • Ylinen, A
  • Ziegler, A
  • Abdo, A
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  • Radiation
  • Binary Stars
  • Gamma-Radiation
  • Angular Momentum
  • Neutron Stars
  • Pulsars
  • Stars, Universe (524)
ispartof: Science (Washington), Aug 13, 2009, Vol.325(5942), pp.848-852
description: Pulsars are born with subsecond spin periods and slow by electromagnetic braking for several tens of millions of years, when detectable radiation ceases. A second life can occur for neutron stars in binary systems. They can acquire mass and angular momentum from their companions, to be spun up to millisecond periods and begin radiating again. We searched Fermi Large Area Telescope data for pulsations from all known millisecond pulsars (MSPs) outside of globular clusters, using rotation parameters from radio telescopes. Strong gamma-ray pulsations were detected for eight MSPs. The gamma-ray pulse profiles and spectral properties resemble those of young gamma-ray pulsars. The basic emission mechanism seems to be the same for MSPs and young pulsars, with the emission originating in regions far from the neutron star surface.
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32Charles, E
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35Chiang, J
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37Claus, R
38Cognard, I
39Cohen-Tanugi, J
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45Desvignes, G
46De Angelis, A
47De Luca, A
48De Palma, F
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50Dormody, M
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52Dubois, R
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55Farnier, C
56Favuzzi, C
57Fegan, S
58Focke, W
59Frailis, M
60Freire, PCC
61Fukazawa, Y
62Funk, S
63Fusco, P
64Gargano, F
65Gasparrini, D
66Gehrels, N
67Germani, S
68Giebels, B
69Giglietto, N
70Giordano, F
71Glanzman, T
72Godfrey, G
73Grenier, Ia
74Grondin, M
75Grove, Je
76Guillemot, L
77Guiriec, S
78Hanabata, Y
79Harding, A
80Hayashida, M
81Hays, E
82Hobbs, G
83Hughes, R
84Johannesson, G
85Johnson, A
86Johnson, R
87Johnson, T
88Johnson, W
89Johnston, S
90Kamae, T
91Katagiri, H
92Kataoka, J
93Kawai, N
94Kerr, M
95Knodlseder, J
96Kocian, M
97Kramer, M
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atitleA Population of Gamma-Ray Millisecond Pulsars Seen with the Fermi Large Area Telescope
jtitleScience (Washington)
risdate20090813
volume325
issue5942
spage848
epage852
pages848-852
issn0036-8075
eissn1095-9203
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ristypeJOUR
abstractPulsars are born with subsecond spin periods and slow by electromagnetic braking for several tens of millions of years, when detectable radiation ceases. A second life can occur for neutron stars in binary systems. They can acquire mass and angular momentum from their companions, to be spun up to millisecond periods and begin radiating again. We searched Fermi Large Area Telescope data for pulsations from all known millisecond pulsars (MSPs) outside of globular clusters, using rotation parameters from radio telescopes. Strong gamma-ray pulsations were detected for eight MSPs. The gamma-ray pulse profiles and spectral properties resemble those of young gamma-ray pulsars. The basic emission mechanism seems to be the same for MSPs and young pulsars, with the emission originating in regions far from the neutron star surface.
doi10.1126/science.1176113
urlhttp://search.proquest.com/docview/20775056/
orcidid0000-0002-0014-7809: 0000-0001-6885-7156
date2009-08-13