Articles written in Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy
Volume 15 Issue 1 March 1994 pp 69-83
We have looked for and found a possible spatial correlation between the present pulsar distribution and the estimated locations of the spiral arms at earlier epochs. Through a detailed statistical analysis we find a significant correlation between the present distribution of pulsars and the mass distribution (in the spiral arms) expected about 60 Myr ago for a corotation resonance radius of 14kpc. We discuss the implications of this correlation for the minimum mass of the progenitors of pulsars. Interpreting the spread in the locations of pulsars with respect to the past locations of the spiral arms as predominantly due to their space velocities, we derive an average velocity for the pulsar population.
Volume 16 Issue 1 March 1995 pp 53-67
A detailed statistical analysis of pulsar
Volume 16 Issue 2 June 1995 pp 69-88
Volume 19 Issue 1-2 June 1998 pp 19-33
We explore a simple model for the representation of the observed distributions of the motions, and the characteristic ages of the local population of pulsars. The principal difference from earlier models is the introduction of a unique value,
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