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  Finding Pulsars with Einstein@Home

Knispel, B., Allen, B., Cordes, J., Deneva, J., Anderson, D., Aulbert, C., et al. (2011). Finding Pulsars with Einstein@Home. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 43.

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Knispel, B.1, Author              
Allen, B.1, Author              
Cordes, J., Author
Deneva, J., Author
Anderson, D., Author
Aulbert, C., Author
Bhat, N. D. R., Author
Bock, O., Author
Bogdanov, S., Author
Brazier, A., Author
Camilo, F., Author
Champion, D. J., Author
Chatterjee, S., Author
Crawford, F., Author
Demorest, P. B., Author
Fehrmann, H., Author
Freire, P. C. C., Author
Gonzalez, M. E., Author
Hammer, D., Author
Hessels, J. W. T., Author
Jenet, F. A., AuthorKasian, L., AuthorKaspi, V. M., AuthorKramer, M., AuthorLazarus, P., Authorvan Leeuwen, J., AuthorLorimer, D. R., AuthorLyne, A. G., AuthorMachenschalk, B., AuthorMcLaughlin, M. A., AuthorMessenger, C., AuthorNice, D. J., AuthorPapa, M. A., AuthorPletsch, H. J., AuthorPrix, R., AuthorRansom, S. M., AuthorSiemens, X., AuthorStairs, I. H., AuthorStappers, B. W., AuthorStovall, K., AuthorVenkataraman, A., AuthorDesvignes, G., Author more..
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1Observational Relativity and Cosmology, AEI-Hannover, MPI for Gravitational Physics, Max Planck Society, ou_24011              

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 Abstract: The Einstein@Home project is a global distributed computing project and aggregates the computer power of hundreds of thousands of volunteers from 192 countries to "mine" large data sets. Its long-term goal is the detection of continuous gravitational waves in data from the LIGO interferometric gravitational wave detectors. Since March 2009 about a third of Einstein@Home's computation cycles is also used to search for tight binary pulsars in PALFA radio data from the Arecibo observatory. In July 2010, two new pulsars were found by Einstein@Home, J2007+2722 and J1952+26, the latter in a binary system with 9.4 hours orbital period. Here, we present an overview of the status of the Einstein@Home project and describe its search for radio pulsars in binaries with periods larger than 11 minutes. Further, we briefly review Einstein@Home's pulsar discoveries.

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 Dates: 2011
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Title: AAS Meeting 217
Place of Event: Washington, Seattle
Start-/End Date: 2011-01-09 - 2011-01-13

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