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Seven new pulsars discovered by Einstein@Home volunteers!

27 Aug 2012, 08:19 UTC
Seven new pulsars discovered by Einstein@Home volunteers!
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Congratulations to our Einstein@Home volunteers for discovering seven new radio pulsars!

Four were found in data from the Arecibo radio telescope, by
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- Mel S. Stark, Illinois, USA
- TRON
J1903+06
- Jyrki Ojala, Turku, Finland
- Paul Frei, Switzerland
J1912+09
- Matthias Pfister, Switzerland
- Ryan D. Morton, Michigan, USA
J1908+0831
- Josef Hahn, Neuss, Germany
- Charles Robert Adams II, New Mexico, USA ,
and three were found in archival data from the Parkes radio telescope, by
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- Aku Leijala, Veikkola, Finland
- Og
J1644-46
- Augusto Cortemiglia, Tortona, Italy
- Axiel
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- J├╝rgen Sauermann, Berlin, Germany
- Stan Galka.
Further details can be found on our Arecibo Discoveries Page and on our Parkes Discoveries Page and will be published in due course.

A big "thank you"! to all of our volunteers. So far, Einstein@Home has discovered 46 new radio pulsars.

Bruce Allen
Director, Einstein@Home

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