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Todays Pulsar Preprints

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Today’s Pulsar Preprints

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  • Someone broke into the site and overwrote some files. Some features (psrrefs/psrdex/EPN data) will not be avaliable until I fix it!. Sorry if this affects anyone (I’m not sure that anyone uses those features anyway!) M Keith.

  • Does anyone have any suggestions for improvements and things that “should” be on here? Since the break-in I feel like doing some spring cleaning and renovating the site.
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  • Someone broke into the site and overwrote some files. Some features (psrrefs/psrdex/EPN data) will not be avaliable until I fix it!. Sorry if this affects anyone (I’m not sure that anyone uses those features anyway!) M Keith.

  • Does anyone have any suggestions for improvements and things that “should” be on here? Since the break-in I feel like doing some spring cleaning and renovating the site.
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Check out the How To and Tutorials Sections for all kinds of useful tips for pulsar astronomers.

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Job anouncement: SKA Research Chair in Radio Astronomy

See the jobs page for more details.

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March 18, 2010, at 06:41 AM by mkeith -
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Remember: The edit password is 716Hz.

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Domain Transfer Complete

The transfer of pulsarastronomy.net to the new host is complete. I’ve copied most of the files over, but there may be things missing. Please let me know if you spot any errors or other strange things. Currently I seem to be having an issue with the mailing lists, but I expect that it will be resolved soon. Please bare with me as I configure the new server.

- Mike Keith

Spam password

Unfortunately the recent influx of spam has caused me to have to set an edit password for the wiki. I still encourage everyone to add to and edit the site! The password is 716Hz (I am hoping that spam bots are too stupid to read this).

- Mike Keith

Due to popular demand we now have several new areas of the site. A Jobs page has been created, for advertising research positions related to pulsars. We also have started a collection of guides for new Phd/MSc students, to ease the transition into pulsar research. This is intended as a way for the current batch of students to transfer some of their experience to the new students, and since it’s nearly the start of a new year, now is the time to write what you know! →- Mike Keith

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March 18, 2010, at 06:40 AM by mkeith -
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Job anouncement: SKA Research Chair in Radio Astronomy

See the jobs page for more details.

November 24, 2009, at 07:00 AM by 124.170.144.157 -
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Unfortunately the recent influx of spam has caused me to have to set an edit password for the wiki. I still encourage everyone to add to and edit the site! The password is 716Hz (I am hoping that spam bots are too stupid to read this).

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Domain Transfer Complete

The transfer of pulsarastronomy.net to the new host is complete. I’ve copied most of the files over, but there may be things missing. Please let me know if you spot any errors or other strange things. Currently I seem to be having an issue with the mailing lists, but I expect that it will be resolved soon. Please bare with me as I configure the new server.

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Spam password

Unfortunately the recent influx of spam has caused me to have to set an edit password for the wiki. I still encourage everyone to add to and edit the site! The password is 716Hz (I am hoping that spam bots are too stupid to read this).

- Mike Keith
December 30, 2008, at 09:25 PM by 124.171.39.207 -
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ASKAP expressions of interest for pulsar projects are soon to be submitted. To help facilitate discussion on possible pulsar projects we have setup a discussion group and pages where people can declare their interest in these projects.

- George Hobbs
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ASKAP expressions of interest for pulsar projects are soon to be submitted. To help facilitate discussion on possible pulsar projects we have setup a discussion group and pages where people can declare their interest in these projects.

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ASKAP expressions of interest for pulsar projects are soon to be submitted. To help facilitate discussion on possible pulsar projects we have setup a discussion group and pages where people can declare their interest in these projects.

- George Hobbs
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ASKAP expressions of interest for pulsar projects are soon to be submitted. To help facilitate discussion on possible pulsar projects we have setup a discussion group and pages where people can declare their interest in these projects.

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From arxiv.org

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More from the last five days

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

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From arxiv.org

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I think I have fixed the paper feed… but the ‘last 5 days’ page will have to be re-filled. — Mike K

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Sorry, the new paper feed is broken! I’ll try and work out what is wrong as soon as possible! — Mike K

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I think I have fixed the paper feed… but the ‘last 5 days’ page will have to be re-filled. — Mike K

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Sorry, the new paper feed is broken! I’ll try and work out what is wrong as soon as possible! — Mike K

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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations and places to advertise Jobs. There is also a global pulsar mailing list which anyone can sign up to. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations and places to advertise Jobs. There is also a global pulsar mailing list which anyone can sign up to. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. See bolded text below for the edit password! (Note that front page is protected).

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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations. There is also a global pulsar mailing list which anyone can sign up to. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations and places to advertise Jobs. There is also a global pulsar mailing list which anyone can sign up to. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

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Due to popular demand we now have several new areas of the site. A Jobs page has been created, for advertising research positions related to pulsars. We also have started a collection of guides for new Phd/MSc students, to ease the transition into pulsar research. This is intended as a way for the current batch of students to transfer some of their experience to the new students, and since it’s nearly the start of a new year, now is the time to write what you know!

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Unfortunately the recent influx of spam has caused me to have to set an edit password for the wiki. I still encourage everyone to add to and edit the site! The password is 716Hz (I am hoping that spam bots are too stupid to read this).

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Due to popular demand we now have several new areas of the site. A Jobs page has been created, for advertising research positions related to pulsars. We also have started a collection of guides for new Phd/MSc students, to ease the transition into pulsar research. This is intended as a way for the current batch of students to transfer some of their experience to the new students, and since it’s nearly the start of a new year, now is the time to write what you know! →- Mike Keith

November 01, 2007, at 11:42 AM by mkeith - spelling
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Due to popular demand we now have several new areas of the site. A Jobs page has been created, for advertising research positions related to pulsars. We also have started a collection of guides for new Phd/MSc students, to ease the transition into pulsar research. This is intended as a way for the current batch of students to transfer some of their experiance to the new students, and since it’s nearly the start of a new year, now is the time to write what you know!

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Due to popular demand we now have several new areas of the site. A Jobs page has been created, for advertising research positions related to pulsars. We also have started a collection of guides for new Phd/MSc students, to ease the transition into pulsar research. This is intended as a way for the current batch of students to transfer some of their experience to the new students, and since it’s nearly the start of a new year, now is the time to write what you know!

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The ‘40 Years of Pulsars’ Conference in Montreal has begun. For those that cannot attend, there is a webcast avaliable

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The ‘40 Years of Pulsars’ Conference in Montreal has begun. For those that cannot attend, there is a webcast avaliable

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News

Due to popular demand we now have several new areas of the site. A Jobs page has been created, for advertising research positions related to pulsars. We also have started a collection of guides for new Phd/MSc students, to ease the transition into pulsar research. This is intended as a way for the current batch of students to transfer some of their experiance to the new students, and since it’s nearly the start of a new year, now is the time to write what you know!

- Mike Keith
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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations. There is also a global pulsar mailing list which anyone can sign up to. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

April 03, 2007, at 11:54 PM by mkeith -
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If you have any news to be shown here, email it to mkeith at this domain. If you have any problems with the site, or want any new features, please add them to the Suggestions page.

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If you have any news to be shown here, email it to mkeith at this domain. If you have any problems with the site, or want any new features, please add them to the Suggestions page. If you would like to be involved in the running of this site, please email (mkeith at this domain).

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!News

!!!Latest pulsar papers You can now see the latest pulsar preprints from astro-ph collected on this site. See further down this page, or select the latest preprints link on the left. This is generated by getting the papers with pulsar/neutron star in the title or abstract, therefore not all the papers are just about pulsars.

!!!Upcoming releases for Sigproc A new version of Sigproc is expected to be released shortly. It is expected that a number of improvements will be made to seek, including reconstructed profiles, new harmonic summing routines, and the option to use FFTW to improve speed.

If you have any news to be shown here, email it to mkeith at this domain.

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If you have any news to be shown here, email it to mkeith at this domain. If you have any problems with the site, or want any new features, please add them to the Suggestions page.

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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

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Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

April 03, 2007, at 11:49 PM by mkeith -
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Welcome

Welcome to PulsarAstronomy.net. This site aims to be an information hub for pulsar related topics, including software descriptions and instructions, an index of people involved in pulsar research and current projects and collaborations. This site is a wiki, therefore anyone can edit the content. Please add anything missing and correct any errors. There is no password to edit (except the front page, although the password can be given out if requested).

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News

Preprints

Unfortunately there are a few missing preprints for this week, as my hosting company changed the server settings without telling me.

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Astro-ph is missing

For some reason the astro-ph rss feed has gone missing, therefore the new paper updates are out of date.

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Preprints

Unfortunately there are a few missing preprints for this week, as my hosting company changed the server settings without telling me.

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Preprints now working

It seems that requesting the paper list exactly on the hour caused it to time out! Probably there are some other automated scripts doing the same thing.

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Astro-ph is missing

For some reason the astro-ph rss feed has gone missing, therefore the new paper updates are out of date.

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Pulsar preprints update

Looks like there is a bug in the preprint fetching script, I think it is caused by arxiv.org not responding fast enough. I’ll build in more error handling shortly.

PulsarHunter 1.2.0 Released

The first public release of PulsarHunter is now available.

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Preprints now working

It seems that requesting the paper list exactly on the hour caused it to time out! Probably there are some other automated scripts doing the same thing.

February 15, 2007, at 04:11 AM by mkeith -
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Pulsar preprints update

Looks like there is a bug in the preprint fetching script, I think it is caused by arxiv.org not responding fast enough. I’ll build in more error handling shortly.

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Latest pulsar papers

You can now see the latest pulsar preprints from astro-ph collected on this site. See further down this page, or select the latest preprints link on the left. This is generated by getting the papers with pulsar/neutron star in the title or abstract, therefore not all the papers are just about pulsars.

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!!!Latest pulsar papers You can now see the latest pulsar preprints from astro-ph collected on this site. See further down this page, or select the latest preprints link on the left. This is generated by getting the papers with pulsar/neutron star in the title or abstract, therefore not all the papers are just about pulsars.

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PulsarHunter 1.2.0 Released

The first public release of PulsarHunter is now available.

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Upcoming releases for Sigproc and PulsarHunter

A new version of Sigproc is expected to be released shortly. It is expected that a number of improvements will be made to seek, including reconstructed profiles, new harmonic summing routines, and the option to use FFTW to improve speed.

PulsarHunter will also be having it’s first public release, scheduled for early February. This is some new tools which should complement the current Sigproc package by adding more time domain analysis options. It will also contain the latest JReaper release.

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!!!Upcoming releases for Sigproc A new version of Sigproc is expected to be released shortly. It is expected that a number of improvements will be made to seek, including reconstructed profiles, new harmonic summing routines, and the option to use FFTW to improve speed.

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Email addresses

If you would like a @pulsarastronomy.net email forwarder, drop me a line (mkeith at this domain). Let me know the email you want forwarding to and the name you would like (only sensible names are accepted, e.g your.name or aname).

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You can now see the latest pulsar papers from astro-ph collected on this site. See futher down this page, or select the latest preprints link on the left.

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You can now see the latest pulsar preprints from astro-ph collected on this site. See further down this page, or select the latest preprints link on the left. This is generated by getting the papers with pulsar/neutron star in the title or abstract, therefore not all the papers are just about pulsars.

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(:keywords pulsars,pulsar,neutron stars,conference,radio,astromomy:) (:description Pulsar Astronomy Community Pages:) (:title Pulsar Astronomy Network:)

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You can now see the latest pulsar papers from astro-ph collected on this site. See futher down this page, or select the latest papers link on the left.

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You can now see the latest pulsar papers from astro-ph collected on this site. See futher down this page, or select the latest preprints link on the left.

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Latest pulsar papers

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Latest Pulsar Preprints

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Todays Pulsar Preprints

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Welcome to the Pulsar Astronomy Network

News and notes

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A new version of Sigproc is expected to be released shortly. It is expected that a number of improvements will be made to seek, including reconstructed profiles, new harmonic summing routines, and the option to use FFTW to improve speed.

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Latest Pulsar Preprints

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Latest Pulsar Preprints

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New Papers

Site Contents

  • People Involved in Pulsar Astronomy
  • Current and Former Projects and Surveys
  • Software developed for pulsar research

  • Please add your Suggestions for new sections/content

About

This site aims to bring together the communities surrounding research into pulsars and neutron stars. There is no affiliation with any particular institute, and anyone involved in the field is invited to contribute.

The content for this site is community created, please add or update missing or erroneous information. Click a link to an empty page, or click the edit button of an existing page to add more information. Only the sidebar and title page are locked from editing.

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More

!! Site Contents

*People Involved in Pulsar Astronomy *Current and Former Projects and Surveys *Software developed for pulsar research

*Please add your Suggestions for new sections/content

!!About

This site aims to bring together the communities surrounding research into pulsars and neutron stars. There is no affiliation with any particular institute, and anyone involved in the field is invited to contribute.

The content for this site is community created, please add or update missing or erroneous information. Click a link to an empty page, or click the edit button of an existing page to add more information. Only the sidebar and title page are locked from editing.

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Latest Pulsar Preprints

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New Papers

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Home of Pulsar Astronomy and Neutron Star Astrophysics

This site aims to bring together the communities surrounding research into pulsars and neutron stars. There is no affiliation with any particular institute, and anyone involved in the field is invited to contribute.

The content for this site is community created, please add or update missing or erroneous information. Click a link to an empty page, or click the edit button of an existing page to add more information. Only the sidebar and title page are locked from editing.

Contents

  • People Involved in Pulsar Astronomy
  • Current and Former Projects and Surveys
  • Software developed for pulsar research

  • Please add your Suggestions for new sections/content

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If you would like a @pulsarastronomy.net email forwarder, drop me a line (mkeith at this domain). Let me know the email you want forwarding to and the name you would like (only sensible names are accepted, e.g your.name or aname).

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If you would like a @pulsarastronomy.net email forwarder, drop me a line (mkeith at this domain). Let me know the email you want forwarding to and the name you would like (only sensible names are accepted, e.g your.name or aname).

Site Contents

  • People Involved in Pulsar Astronomy
  • Current and Former Projects and Surveys
  • Software developed for pulsar research

  • Please add your Suggestions for new sections/content

About

This site aims to bring together the communities surrounding research into pulsars and neutron stars. There is no affiliation with any particular institute, and anyone involved in the field is invited to contribute.

The content for this site is community created, please add or update missing or erroneous information. Click a link to an empty page, or click the edit button of an existing page to add more information. Only the sidebar and title page are locked from editing.

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Pulsarastronomy.net is online

The site is ‘open’. Much of the content is not finished yet, however people can feel free to add their own. I will try and update the site myself when I get time.

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Upcoming releases for Sigproc and PulsarHunter

A new version of Sigproc is expected to be released shortly. It is expected that a number of improvements will be made to seek, including reconstructed profiles, new harmonic summing routines, and the option to use FFTW to improve speed.

PulsarHunter will also be having it’s first public release, scheduled for early February. This is some new tools which should complement the current Sigproc package by adding more time domain analysis options. It will also contain the latest JReaper release.

If you have any news to be shown here, email it to mkeith at this domain.

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News and notes

Pulsarastronomy.net is online

The site is ‘open’. Much of the content is not finished yet, however people can feel free to add their own. I will try and update the site myself when I get time.

Email addresses

If you would like a @pulsarastronomy.net email forwarder, drop me a line (mkeith at this domain). Let me know the email you want forwarding to and the name you would like (only sensible names are accepted, e.g your.name or aname).

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The content for this site is community created, please add or update missing or erroneous information. Click a link to an empty page, or click the edit button of an existing page to add more information.

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The content for this site is community created, please add or update missing or erroneous information. Click a link to an empty page, or click the edit button of an existing page to add more information. Only the sidebar and title page are locked from editing.

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Welcome to the Pulsar Astronomy Network.

Currently this site is not operational

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Welcome to the Pulsar Astronomy Network

Home of Pulsar Astronomy and Neutron Star Astrophysics

This site aims to bring together the communities surrounding research into pulsars and neutron stars. There is no affiliation with any particular institute, and anyone involved in the field is invited to contribute.

The content for this site is community created, please add or update missing or erroneous information. Click a link to an empty page, or click the edit button of an existing page to add more information.

Contents

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Welcome to the Pulsar Astronomy Network.

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Welcome to the Pulsar Astronomy Network.

Currently this site is not operational

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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki’s documentation has been installed along with the software, and is available via the documentation index.

To continue setting up PmWiki, see initial setup tasks.

The basic editing page describes how to create pages in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the wiki sandbox.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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Welcome to the Pulsar Astronomy Network.

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