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Coded-Aperture Timing Measurements of the Crab Pulsar and A0535+26

Cook, W. R. and Gunsfeld, J. M. and Palmer, D. M. and Prince, T. A. and Schindler, S. M. and Stone, E. C. (1990) Coded-Aperture Timing Measurements of the Crab Pulsar and A0535+26. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Cosmic Ray Conference. Vol.1. University of Adelaide , Northfield, South Australia, p. 220.

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We report timing observations of the Crab Pulsar and A0535+26 made with the Caltech imaging gamma-ray telescope, a coded-aperture instrument which operates in the energy range 30 keV - 10 MeV. Observations of the Crab region were made in five separate balloon flights during the period H>86-rn89. A0535+26 was detected in its outburst phase during the fifth observation in 1989 April. The use of coded-aperture instruments for timing and the statistics of the timing measurements will also be discussed.

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Additional Information:© Organizing Committee of the 21st Int. Cosmic Ray Conf. Provided by the NASA Astrophysics Data System. This work has been partially supported by NASA grant NGR 05-002-160.
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