Pulsar timing irregularities and neutron star interior in the era of SKA: An Indian outlook
JAIKHOMBA SINGHA BHAL CHANDRA JOSHI DEBADES BANDYOPADHYAY HIMANSHU GROVER SHANTANU DESAI P. ARUMUGAM SARMISTHA BANIK
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There are two types of timing irregularities seen in pulsars: glitches and timing noise. Both of these phenomena can help us to probe the interior of such exotic objects. This paper presents a brief overview of the observational and theoretical aspects of pulsar timing irregularities and the main results from the investigationsof these phenomena in India. The relevance of such Indian programs for monitoring of young pulsars with the square kilometer array (SKA) is presented, highlighting possible contributions of the Indian neutron star community to the upcoming SKA endeavor.
JAIKHOMBA SINGHA1 BHAL CHANDRA JOSHI2 DEBADES BANDYOPADHYAY3 HIMANSHU GROVER1 SHANTANU DESAI4 P. ARUMUGAM1 SARMISTHA BANIK5
Volume 44, 2023
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