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Today’s Pulsar Preprints

A two-minute burst of highly polarised radio emission originating from low Galactic latitude

Dougal Dobie, Andrew Zic, Lucy S. Oswald, Joshua Pritchard, Marcus E. Lower, Ziteng Wang, Hao Qiu, Natasha Hurley-Walker, Yuanming Wang, Emil Lenc, David L. Kaplan, Akash Anumarlapudi, Katie Auchettl, Matthew Bailes, Andrew D. Cameron, Jeffrey Cooke, Adam Deller, Laura N. Driessen, James Freeburn, Tara Murphy, Ryan M. Shannon, Adam J. Stew

The Galactic population of canonical pulsars II

Matt\'eo Sautron, J\'er\^ome P\'etri, Dipanjan Mitra, Ludmilla Dir

Constraining neutron star matter from $dM/dR$

M\'arcio Ferreira, Constan\c{c}a Provid\^en

Rethinking Thorne-\.{Z}ytkow Object Formation: Assembly via Common Envelope in Field Binaries

Rosa Wallace Everson, Tenley Hutchinson-Smith, Alejandro Vigna-G\'omez, Enrico Ramirez-R

Coordinated Followup Could Have Enabled the Discovery of the GW190425 Kilonova

Ido Keinan (Tel Aviv University), Iair Arcavi (Tel Aviv Universi

View more from the last five days. Preprints provided by arxiv.org

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