• No detectable supernova remnant near the pulsar PSR 1930 + 22

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      pulsar—supernova remnant

    • Abstract


      No supernova remnant has been found near the third youngest pulsar PSR 1930+22 down to a -limiting brightness temperature of 1·4 K at 610 MHz. This is 6–8 times less than expected of a typical remnant whose age is that of the pulsar (3·60×104 years).

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      W. M. Goss1 D. Morris2 3

      1. Kapteyn Astronomical Institute, Groningen - 9700 AV, Netherlands
      2. Raman Research Institute, Bangalore - 560080, India
      3. I.R.A.M., B.P. 391, Grenoble - F 38017, France
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