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1850CDT..1784..227M 111 ~ Catalogue des nebuleuses et des amas d'etoiles. MESSIER C.
1892AN....129..233K 83 0 Beobachtungen von Nebelflecken und Sternhaufen mit einem Lamellenmikrometer. KEMPF P.
1910ApJ....32...26R 7 5 On some methods and results in direct photography with the 60-inch reflecting telescope of the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory. RITCHEY G.W.
1918PLicO..13...55C 66 151 The planetary nebulae. CURTIS H.D.
1918PLicO..13...75C 28 52 The spectrographic velocities of the bright-line nebulae. CAMPBELL W.W. and MOORE J.H.
1922ApJ....56..162H 112 90 A general study of diffuse galactic nebulae. HUBBLE E.P.
1943ApJ....97..119B 10 87 Nova Ophiuchi of 1604 as a supernova. BAADE W.
1945AJ.....51..136M 100 8 The space distribution of the novae. McLAUGHLIN D.B.
1945ApJ...102..309B 29 86 B Cassiopeiae as a supernova of type I. BAADE W.
1946MeLu2.119....1C viz 185 84 Studies of bright diffuse galactic nebulae with special regard to their spatial distribution. CEDERBLAD S.
1951ApJ...114..407S 3 8 192 Continuous emission from planetary nebulae. SPITZER L.Jr and GREENSTEIN J.L.
1951AnAp...14..199B 124 1 Repartition des etoiles temporaires galactiques. BERTAUD C.
1952AuJPh...5..456M 6 ~ The positions of six discrete sources of cosmic radio radiation. MILLS B.Y.
1953AuJPh...6..452M 4 31 The radio brightness distributions over four discrete sources of cosmic noise. MILLS B.Y.
1954ApJ...119..215B 2 12 195 In the identification of radio sources. BAADE W. and MINKOWSKI R.
1954Natur.174..176H 25 22 Radio observations of ionized hydrogen nebulae and other discrete sources at a wavelength of 9.4 cm. HADDOCK F.T., MAYER C.H. and SLOANAKER R.M.
1956AuJPh...9...74P 51 18 Cosmic radio sources observed at 600 Mc/s. PIDDINGTON J.H. and TRENT G.H.
1957ApJ...125..300H 66 T                   1 3 20 Polarization of the
Crab Nebula.
HILTNER W.A.
1957ApJ...126..585S 6 23 Observations of discrete sources, the Coma cluster, the Moon, and the Andromeda nebula at a wave length of 75 cm. SEEGER C.L., WESTERHOUT G. and CONWAY R.G.
1957MNRAS.117..680W 38 38 The spectra of radio stars. WHITFIELD G.R.
1958ATsir.191...13K 13 0 Relative Photometrie des kontinuierlichen Spektrums von phi Persei. KUPO I.D.
1958BAN....14..215W viz 94 396 A survey of the continuous radiation from the galactic system at a frequency of 1390 Mc/s . WESTERHOUT G.
1959MmRAS..68...37E viz 474 194 A survey of radio sources at a frequency of 159 Mc/s. EDGE D.O., SHAKESHAFT J.R., McADAM W.B., et al.
1959MmRAS..68...61E 59 25 The positions, flux densities and angular diameters of 64 radio sources observed at a frequency of 178 Mc/s. ELSMORE B., RYLE M. and LESLIE P.R.R.
1959IAUS....9..315M 1 8 79 Optical observations of nonthermal galactic radio sources. MINKOWSKI R.
1960PASP...72..237H 109 125 Radio source measurements at 960 MC/S. HARRIS D.E. and ROBERTS J.A.
1960PASP...72..331W 116 96 A survey of galactic radiation at 960 MC/S. WILSON R.W. and BOLTON J.G.
1960Obs....80..116B 4 20 Interferometric measurements of Cygnus A, Sagittarius A, Virgo A and the supernovae of Tycho Brahe and Kepler. BIRAUD F., LEQUEUX J. and LE ROUX E.
1961ApJ...133..322H 12 31 Observations of radio sources at four frequencies. HEESCHEN D.S.
1961Obs....81..250B 66 T                   1 1 ~ The emission spectrum of the
Crab Nebula.
BRANSON N.J.B.A.
1962ApJ...135..151C 16 74 The hydrogen line in absorption. CLARK B.G., RADHAKRISHNAN V. and WILSON R.W.
1962MmRAS..68..163B viz 240 397 The revised 3C catalogue of radio sources. BENNETT A.S.
1963AJ.....68..181W 125 40 Catalogue of radio sources in the Galactic plane. WILSON R.W.
1963ApJ...137..147M 7 18 Tests for linear polarization in the 1390 MC/S radiation from six intense radio sources. MORRIS D. and RADHAKRISHNAN V.
1963MNRAS.125..261C 161 218 The radio frequency spectra of discrete radio sources. CONWAY R.G., KELLERMANN K.I. and LONG R.J.
1963MmRAS..68..163B 330 ~ The revised 3C catalogue of radio sources. BENNETT A.S.
1964AJ.....69..641M 60 62 A catalogue of linear polarization characteristics of radio sources in the wavelength range 10 to 21 cm. MORRIS D. and BERGE G.L.
1964ApJ...140..969K 241 142 The spectra of non-thermal radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I.
1965ApJ...142.1033J 2 9 130 NGC 2359, NGC 6888, and Wolf-Rayet stars. JOHNSON H.M. and HOGG D.E.
1965ApJ...142.1156E 118 48 The spectra of radio sources at decametric wavelengths. ERICKSON W.C. and CRONYN W.M.
1965ApJ...142.1398C 1 23 222 An interferometer investigation of the 21-centimeter hydrogen-line absorption. CLARK B.G.
1965MNRAS.131..159C 158 26 Observations of radio sources at 612 and 1400 Mc/s. CONWAY R.G. and LONG R.J.
1965BAN....18...11S 1 5 50 A survey of the continuous radiation at a frequency of 400 Mc/s. SEEGER C.L., WESTERHOUT G., CONWAY R.G., et al.
1965BAN....18...42D 196 26 A catalogue of discrete sources observed at 400 Mc/s. DAVIS M.M., GELATO-VOLDERS L. and WESTERHOUT G.
1966ApJ...144..459W 328 275 Optical identification of radio sources in the 3C revised catalogue. WYNDHAM J.D.
1966ApJ...145...21C 193 62 Radio-source fringe visibilities with an interferometer of 21500-wavelength base line. CLARK B.G. and HOGG D.E.
1966ApJ...146..646T 5 16 Lunar occultations of five radio sources. TAYLOR J.H.
1966ApJS...13...65P viz 735 198 Positions and flux densities of radio sources. PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K., WADE C.M. and HEESCHEN D.S.
1966MNRAS.133...67B 14 10 858 On the depolarization of discrete radio sources by Faraday dispersion. BURN B.J.
1966MNRAS.134..371L 261 52 The radio spectra of sources in the fourth Cambridge catalogue. LONG R.J., SMITH M.A., STEWART P., et al.
1966Sci...153.1107Z 5 15 Brightness distributions of radio sources at 2 centimeter wavelength. ZISK S.H.
1967AJ.....72..757D 628 52 A survey of the sky at 610.5 MHz. II. The region between declinations +15 and +22 degrees. DICKEL J.R., YANG K.S., McVITTIE G.C., et al.
1967ApJ...147..471M 4 21 611 Galactic H II regions. I. Observations of their continuum radiation at the frequency 5 GHz. MEZGER P.G. and HENDERSON A.P.
1967ApJ...150...57C 7 41 X-ray intensities and spectra from several cosmic sources. CHODIL G., MARK H., RODRIGUES R., et al.
1967IAUS...31....3V 6 34 Structure and motions in the interstellar medium. VAN WOERDEN H.
1968AJ.....73..135G 626 126 Survey of radio sources observed in the continuum near 1420 MHz, declinations -5 to +70. GALT J.A. and KENNEDY J.E.D.
1968AJ.....73..535T 104 T                   1 1 225 Motions and structure of the filamentary envelope of the
Crab Nebula.
TRIMBLE V.
1968AJ.....73..717B 139 70 Observations of radio sources at 10.03 MHz. BRIDLE A.H. and PURTON C.R.
1968ApJ...151L...9H 79 T                   1 1 76 Observation of gamma radiation from the
Crab Nebula.
HAYMES R.C., ELLIS D.V., FISHMAN G.J., et al.
1968ApJ...151...21C 67 T                   1 16 32 Sky survey of high-energy cosmic X-rays and spectra of the sources in the
Crab Nebula and Cygnus.
CLARK G.W., LEWIN W.H.G. and SMITH W.B.
1968ApJ...151L.125H 1 4 29 Detection of gamma radiation from the Cygnus region. HAYMES R.C., ELLIS D.V., FISHMAN G.J., et al.
1968ApJ...153L..95R 67 T                   1 2 10 A comparison of the X-ray spectra from
Tau XR-1 and the vicinity of Sgr XR-1.
RIEGLER G.R., BOLDT E. and SERLEMITSOS P.
1968ApJ...154..499L 21 1 130 Elliptic polarization of synchrotron radiation. LEGG M.P.C. and WESTFOLD K.C.
1968ApJS...15..131G 43 201 OH absorption in the galaxy. GOSS W.M.
1968ApJS...15..203F 534 116 The east-west structure of radio sources at 1425 MHz. FOMALONT E.B.
1968PASP...80..273B 28 11 A phase stable interferometer of 100,000 wavelengths baseline. BASART J.P., CLARK B.G. and KRAMER J.S.
1968ARA&A...6..417K 31 160 Variable radio sources. KELLERMANN K.I. and PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K.
1968IAUC.2110....2H 67 T                   1 2 4 Pulsating radio sources near
Crab Nebula.
HOWARD W.E., STAELIN D.H. and REIFENSTEIN E.C.
1968Sci...162.1481S 100 T                   1 1 201 Pulsating radio sources near the
Crab Nebula.
STAELIN D.H. and REIFENSTEIN E.C.
1969A&A.....1...48R 7 17 Observation of five sources of cosmic X-rays in the 15-150 keV energy range. ROCCHIA R., ROTHENFLUG R., BOCLET D., et al.
1969AJ.....74..366R viz 210 54 Spectral flux densities of radio sources at 22.25 MHz. I. ROGER R.S., COSTAIN C.H. and LACEY J.D.
1969ApJ...156L.107F 70 T                   1 2 36 Observations of pulsed hard X-radiation from
NP 0532 from 1967 data.
FISHMAN G.J., HARNDEN F.R. and HAYMES R.C.
1969ApJ...157....1K 314 708 The spectra of radio sources in the revised 3C catalogue. KELLERMANN K.I., PAULINY-TOTH I.I.K. and WILLIAMS P.J.S.
1969ApJ...157..215G 67 T                   1 3 9 Observations of X-rays grom
Taurus X-1 and Cygnus X-1.
GLASS I.S.
1969ApJ...157..869G 180 2 2162 Pulsar electrodynamics. GOLDREICH P. and JULIAN W.H.
1969ApJ...157.1395O 45 2 551 On the nature of pulsars. I. Theory. OSTRIKER J.P. and GUNN J.E.
1969ApJ...158L..61F 70 T                   1 2 38 The period and hard-X-ray spectrum of
NP 0532 in 1967.
FISHMAN G.J., HARNDEN F.R., JOHNSON III W.N., et al.
1969ApJ...158L.179G 8 17 Accurate dispersions for thirteen pulsars. GOLDSTEIN S.J. and JAMES J.T.
1969ApL.....3..225R 28 3 509 Magnetic poles and the polarization structure of pulsar radiation. RADHAKRISHNAN V. and COOKE D.J.
1969IBVS..347....1P         O           3 1 A search for the variable optical component of the pulsar NP0527. PENNY A.J.
1969IAUC.2135....2D 2 0 Pulsars. DUTHIE J.G.M., STURCH C.R., RICHER H.B., et al.
1969Natur.221..453C 73 T                   1 2 83
Crab Nebula Pulsar NP 0532.
COMELLA J.M., CRAFT H.D.Jr, LOVELACE R.V.E., et al.
1969Natur.221..525C 77 T                   1 2 126 Discovery of optical signals from
pulsar NP 0532.
COCKE W.J., DISNEY M.J. and TAYLOR D.J.
1969Natur.224..545B 21 45 Distribution and temperature of interstellar electron gas. BRIDLE A.H. and VENUGOPAL V.R.
1969Sci...164..709F 72 T                   1 2 62 X-ray pulsar in the
Crab Nebula.
FRITZ G., HENRY R.C., MEEKINS J.F., et al.
1970A&A.....7..162D 67 T                   1 2 9 Observation du rayonnement X provenant de la Nebuleuse du
Crabe et du fond du ciel.
DUCROS G., DUCROS R., ROCCHIA R., et al.
1970ApJ...159..201G 1 5 45 The soft X-ray spectra of three cosmic sources and simultaneous optical observations of Sco XR-1. GRADER R.J., HILL R.W., SEWARD F.D., et al.
1970ApJ...159.1111H 1 4 33 Low-energy gamma radiation from Cygnus. HAYMES R.C. and HARNDEN F.R.
1970ApJ...160L...1R 71 T                   1 2 54 Quasi-sinusoidal oscillation in arrival times of pulses from
NP 0532.
RICHARDS D.W., PETTENGILL G.H., COUNSELMAN C.C., et al.
1970ApJ...160..947G 6 19 An X-ray survey of the Cas region, and its implications concerning supernova remnants and the galactic source distribution. GORENSTEIN P., GURSKY H., KELLOGG E.M., et al.
1970ApJ...162L.177H 70 T                   1 2 39 Low-energy gamma rays from
NP 0532.
HILLIER R.R., JACKSON W.R., MURRAY A., et al.
1970ApJ...162..707R 76 T                   1 2 113 Radio pulse shapes, flux densities, and dispersion of pulsar
NP 0532.
RANKIN J.M., COMELLA J.M., CRAFT H.D.Jr, et al.
1970MNRAS.149..301D 6 17 A single-pulse search for pulsars DAVIES J.G. and LARGE M.I.
1970MNRAS.150..271W 68 T                   1 2 13 Polarization of the
Crab Nebula at 21.1 cm wavelength.
WRIGHT M.C.H.
1970QJRAS..11..199O 38 23 Abundances of the elements in gaseous nebulae. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1970IAUS...37...59P 7 11 Properties of individual X-ray sources. PETERSON L.E.
1971AJ.....76....1S 68 16 Flux densities of radio galaxies at 8000 MHz. STULL M.A.
1971ApJ...163L..17P 7 2 88 The secular decrease of the optical and X-ray luminosity of pulsars. PACINI F.
1971ApJ...164L..55F 71 T                   1 2 53 The X-ray spectra of the
Crab Nebula and NP 0532.
FRITZ G., MEEKINS J.F., CHUBB T.A., et al.
1971ApJ...164...61P 1 5 31 Soft X-rays from two supernova remnants. PALMIERI T.M., BURGINYON G., GRADER R.J., et al.
1971ApJ...164..249L 14 69 Interstellar scintillation of pulsar radiation. LANG K.R.
1971ApJ...164..529S 88 2 1064 A model of pulsars. STURROCK P.A.
1971ApJ...165L..27G 28 112 An X-ray scan of the galactic plane from UHURU. GIACCONI R., KELLOGG E., GORENSTEIN P., et al.
1971ApJ...166L..73M 1 4 29 Rapid fluctuations in the high-energy X-ray flux from a source in Crux. McCLINTOCK J.E., RICKER G.R. and LEWIN W.H.G.
1971ApJ...166L..85T 68 T                   1 2 17 Runway stars and the pulsars near the
Crab Nebula.
TRIMBLE V. and REES M.J.
1971ApJ...166L..91H 68 T                   1 2 12 Optical time-of-arrival measurements from the
Crab pulsar: comparison of results from four observatories.
HOROWITZ P., PAPALIOLIOS C., CARLETON N.P., et al.
1971ApJ...166..513C 68 T                   1 2 21 Multipath delay distortion of radio pulses from
NP 0532.
COUNSELMAN C.C. and RANKIN J.M.
1971ApJ...167...77M 67 T                   1 7 21 M 17 and
Taurus A: 3.4-millimeter contout maps and integrated fluxes.
MONTGOMERY J.W., EPSTEIN E.E., OLIVER J.P., et al.
1971ApJ...167..223P 3 5 112 Optical studies of Cassiopeia A. IV. Physical conditions in the gaseous remnant. PEIMBERT M. and VAN DEN BERGH S.
1971ApJ...168L..39K 72 T                   1 2 61 Observations of low-energy gamma radiation from
NP 0532.
KURFESS J.D.
1971ApJ...170L..21S 3 4 72 Further observations of the pulsating X-ray source Cygnus X-1 from UHURU. SCHREIER E., GURSKY H., KELLOGG E., et al.
1971ApJS...23..283M 1 21 132 Observations of pulsar polarization at 410 and 1665 MHz. MANCHESTER R.N.
1971ApJS...23..323H 98 189 An absorption-line study of the galactic neutral hydrogen at 21 centimeters wavelength. HUGHES M.P., THOMPSON A.R. and COLVIN R.S.
1971MNRAS.153..337L 52 136 Charasteristics of the radio pulses from the pulsars. LYNE A.G., SMITH F.G. and GRAHAM D.A.
1971PASP...83..491M 68 T                   1 2 12 A positional determination of
NP 0532.
McNAMARA B.J.
1971ATsir.665....1L 124 3 The fast survey of the sky at frequency 8550 MHz in the range of declination +0 to +30. LARIONOV M.G., GORSHKOV A.G., POPOV M.V., et al.
1971Natur.231...97H 67 T                   1 4 ~
NP 0532 - Frequency structure in individual strong pulses.
HEILES C. and RANKIN J.M.
1971SvA....15..353L 6 20 Spectrophotometry of three filamentary nebulae. LOZINSKAYA T.A. and ESIPOV V.F.
1972A&A....16..443L 67 T                   1 2 11 Search for pulsed gamma-ray emission above 50 MeV from the
Crab Nebula Pulsar NP-0532.
LERAY J.P., VASSEUR J., PARLIER B., et al.
1972A&A....20..347I 2 7 105 A study of galactic supernova remnants. II. Supernova rate, galactic radio emission and pulsars. ILOVAISKY S.A. and LEQUEUX J.
1972A&AS....5..263B 5 4 121 A survey of the continuum radiation at 820 MHz between declinations -7 and +85 degres. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1972AJ.....77..405B viz 573 248 Flux densities, positions, and structures for a complete sample of intense radio sources at 1400 MHz. BRIDLE A.H., DAVIS M.M. and FOMALONT E.B.
1972AJ.....77..810B 59 38 Measurements of the integral Stockes parameters of compact radio sources. BERGE G.L. and SEIELSTAD G.A.
1972ApJ...172...43M 24 86 Pulsar rotation and dispersion measures and the galactic magnetic field. MANCHESTER R.N.
1972ApJ...172..435R 2 2 31 The braking index and period-pulse-width distribution of pulsars. ROBERTS D.H. and STURROCK P.A.
1972ApJ...174L..53M 1 5 49 A new transient source observed by UHURU. MATILSKY T., GIACCONI R., GURSKY H., et al.
1972ApJ...174..165W 1 5 30 A search for discrete sources of cosmic gamma rays of energy 10 11-10 12 eV. WEEKES T.C., FAZIO G.G., HELMKEN H.F., et al.
1972ApJ...175L.117F 69 T                   1 4 57 Detection of high-energy gamma rays from the
Crab Nebula.
FAZIO G.G., HELMKEN H.F., O'MONGAIN E., et al.
1972ApJ...178..281G 143 259 The UHURU catalog of X-ray souces. GIACCONI R., MURRAY S., GURSKY H., et al.
1972MNRAS.159..191M 67 T                   1 11 43 Discovery of interstellar circular polarization in the direction of the
Crab Nebula.
MARTIN P.G., ILLING R. and ANGEL J.R.P.
1972PASP...84..248V 2 2 24 An automatic fast digital-photoelectric photometer with polarimeter. VISVANATHAN N.
1972Natur.236....6F 67 T                   1 4 ~ Infrared astronomy - Observations of M 42, NGC 2024 and
M 1.
FURNISS I., JENNINGS R.E. and MOORWOOD A.F.M.
1973AJ.....78.1030R 227 114 The low-frequency spectra of nonthermal radio sources. ROGER R.S., BRIDLE A.H. and COSTAIN C.H.
1973ApJ...180..547K 69 T                   1 2 13 Gamma-ray pulses from the
Crab Nebula.
KINZER R.L., SHARE G.H. and SEEMAN N.
1973ApJ...182..245B 1 14 130 Pulsar fluctuation spectra and the generalized drifting-subpulse phenomenon. BACKER D.C.
1973ApJ...184..363G 2 6 78 Aperture synthesis of interstellar neutral hydrogen in absorption. I. The Perseus Arm feature of Cassiopeia A. GREISEN E.W.
1973ApJ...184..571M 71 T                   1 2 37 Pulsed high-energy gamma rays from the
Crab Nebula.
McBREEN B., BALL S.E.Jr, CAMPBELL M., et al.
1973ApJS...26...19V 1 23 199 An optical atlas of galactic supernova remnants. VAN DEN BERGH S., MARSCHER A.P. and TERZIAN Y.
1973PASP...85..335V 8 13 The galactic supernovae of the second millennium AD. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1973ApL....14..171B 68 T                   1 2 2 X-Ray observations of pulsars in the area of the
Crab Nebula.
BERTHELSDORF R., LINKE R.A., NOVICK R., et al.
1973IAUS...55...51P 18 21 Hard cosmic X-ray sources. PETERSON L.E.
1974A&A....30...37J 6 25 On the nature of the nonthermal radio emission from the Galactic Center. JONES T.W.
1974A&A....34..133D 17 36 Radio recombination lines in the direction of supernova remnants. DOWNES D. and WILSON T.L.
1974A&A....34..305Z 68 T                   1 2 3 Measurements of the
Crab Nebula and the pulsar NP 0532 in the hard X-ray region.
ZIMMERMANN H.-U.
1974A&A....37..405G 19 23 H I absorption of nine pulsars. GRAHAM D.A., MEBOLD U., HESSE K.H., et al.
1974A&AS...18..267G 124 78 The structure of the Milky Way. I. A radio continuum survey of the galactic plane at 408 MHz. GREEN A.J.
1974AJ.....79..995T 81 T                   1 2 137 The
Crab Nebula as a calibration source for x-ray astronomy.
TOOR A. and SEWARD F.D.
1974AJ.....79.1259M 1 8 48 Extended halos on planetary nebulae. MILLIKAN A.G.
1974ApJ...188..637M 39 151 Structure of the local galactic magnetic field. MANCHESTER R.N.
1974ApJ...189..137B 17 19 Pulsar flux-density spectra. BACKER D.C. and FISHER J.R.
1974ApJ...190..375F 69 T                   1 3 20 Optical polarization of the
Crab nebula pulsar. III. New observations, predictions, and the possibility of variability.
FERGUSON D.C., COCKE W.J. and GEHRELS T.
1974MNRAS.167....1R 116 T                   1 2 487 The origin of the magnetic field and relativistic particles in the
Crab Nebula.
REES M.J. and GUNN J.E.
1974MNRAS.167p..43S 3 ~ Counter-rotation of polarization vectors in pulsars. SMITH F.G.
1974MNRAS.169..395B 58 3 876 A 'Twin-exhaust' model for double radio sources. BLANDFORD R.D. and REES M.J.
1974IAUC.2731R...1M 7 0 Lunar occultations of X-ray sources. MORRISON L.V.
1974Rech....5..567A 4 0 Pourquoi les supernovae explosent-elles ? AUDOUZE J.
1975A&A....44..187G 8 18 Observations of eight supernova remnants at 15 GHz. GREEN A.J., BAKER J.R. and LANDECKER T.L.
1975AJ.....80..794T 147 115 Observed properties of 147 pulsars. TAYLOR J.H. and MANCHESTER R.N.
1975AJ.....80..923C 14 24 Meter-wavelenght VLBI. II. The observations. CLARK T.A., ERICKSON W.C., HUTTON L.K., et al.
1975AJ.....80..931V 667 82 26.3-MHz radio source survey. II. Radio source positions and fluxes. VINER M.R. and ERICKSON W.C.
1975ApJ...196...51R 71 5 1790 Theory of pulsars: polar gaps, sparks, and coherent microwave radiation. RUDERMAN M.A. and SUTHERLAND P.G.
1975ApJ...197..471G 70 T                   1 2 27 Change in the high-energy radiation from the
Crab.
GREISEN K., BALL S.E.Jr, CAMPBELL M., et al.
1975ApJ...197..535O 3 10 158 The optical emission-line spectrum of Cygnus A. OSTERBROCK D.E. and MILLER J.S.
1975ApJ...198...95G 3 17 306 Empirical relation between interstellar X-ray absorption extinction. GORENSTEIN P.
1975ApJ...202..502W 71 T                   1 2 39 Measurements of low-energy gamma radiation from the
Crab Nebula and from pulsar NP 0532.
WALRAVEN G.D., HALL R.D., MEEGAN C.A., et al.
1975MNRAS.173...77D 68 T                   1 3 4 The Temporal behaviour of Taurus X-1 (the
Crab Nebula).
DAVISON P.J.N.
1975ApL....16..145C 5 7 Copernicus: the position and nature of Scutum X-1. CHARLES P.A., MASON K.O. and DAVISON P.J.N.
1975IBVS..987....1O 68 T                   1 5 0 Note on the
Crab star at Andromedae.
OLAH K.
1975IAUC.2774Q...1E 3 5 X-ray sources. EYLES C.J., SKINNER G.K. and WILLMORE A.P.
1976A&A....53...89W 69 T                   1 4 25 G 21.5-0.9 - A supernova remnant resembling the
Crab nebula.
WILSON A.S. and WEILER K.W.
1976A&AS...25...25D viz 14       D               1 621 27 HII regions of the Northern Milky Way: medium large field photographic atlas and catalogue. DUBOUT-CRILLON R.
1976AJ.....81..399C 4 12 Millimeter observations of galactic sources. CLEGG P.E., ROWAN-ROBINSON M. and ADE P.A.R.
1976ApJ...203L..57K 2 2 21 New observations of pulsed X-ray emission from NP 0532. KESTENBAUM H.L., KU W., NOVICK R., et al.
1976ApJ...205..541F 12 2 122 Neutrino pair emission from finite-temperature neutron superfluid and the cooling of young neutron stars. FLOWERS E., RUDERMAN M. and SUTHERLAND P.
1976ApJ...206L.135B 17 79 The discovery of X-ray bursts from a region in the constellation Norma. BELIAN R.D., CONNER J.P. and EVANS W.D.
1976ApJ...207L.151M 7 13 Observations with a high-resolution balloon-borne gamma-ray telescope. McKECHNIE S.P., MOUNT K.E. and RAMSDEN D.
1976ApJ...207..949R 42 7 The period-pulse-width distribution of pulsars and their division into three classes. ROBERTS D.H.
1976ApJ...208..849F 21 47 Survey of intensity variability of strong galactic X-ray sources from UHURU. FORMAN W., JONES C. and TANANBAUM H.
1976ApJ...209..584O 80 45 A search of the SAS-2 data for pulsed gamma-ray emission from radio pulsars. OEGELMAN H., FICHTEL C.E., KNIFFEN D.A., et al.
1976ApJ...209..592G 4 2 41 Evidence for a variable flux of >1011 eV gamma rays from NP 0532. GRINDLAY J.E., HELMKEN H.F. and WEEKES T.C.
1976ApJ...209..606F 6 7 The generalized single-vector polarization model for pulsar. II. Fits to published observations. FERGUSON D.C.
1976ApJ...209..895B 57 115 Pulsar average wave forms and hollow-cone beam models. BACKER D.C.
1976MNRAS.175p..71M 68 T                   1 7 ~ PSR 1055-52, a pulsar resembling the
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1976MNRAS.175..573C 9 28 Some implications of the X-ray data from old supernova remnants. CLARK D.H. and CULHANE J.L.
1976MNRAS.176p..53B 68 T                   2 ~ A change in angular size of the compact source in the Crab nebula. BROWN A.G.F.
1976MNRAS.177..601C 52 38 A map of the northern sky at 10 MHz. CASWELL J.L.
1976ApL....17..173T 4 13 SAS-2 gamma ray observations of PSR 1747-46. THOMPSON D.J., FICHTEL C.E., KNIFFEN D.A., et al.
1976Ap&SS..44..479T 146 16 Pulsars : observational parameters and a discussion on dispersion measures. TERZIAN Y. and DAVIDSON K.
1976Natur.260..124M 14 18 Test of pulsar acceleration mechanisms. MORRIS D., RADHAKRISHNAN V. and SHUKRE C.
1976S&T....51..363H 43 0 Deep-sky wonders. HOUSTON W.S.
1976SvA....19..554S 8 2 Hard radiation by young pulsars as the cause of supernovae optical emission. SHKLOVSKII I.S.
1977A&A....54..915S 12 13 On the surface brightness-diameter correlation for galactic supernova remnants. SABBADIN F.
1977A&A....61..279B 73 T                   1 3 84 Cos-B observations of pulsed gamma ray emission from
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1977ApJ...213L...1H 10 30 Pulsar proper motions. HELFAND D.J., TAYLOR J.H. and MANCHESTER R.N.
1977ApJ...213..802G 3 12 Evidence for detection of 1-10 MeV emission from the Taurus region in 1971 August. GRUBER D.E. and LING J.C.
1977ApJ...214..885T 11 14 Acceleration of pulsars by asymmetric radiation. III. Observational evidence. TADEMARU E.
1977ApJ...215..885T 3 10 158 Galactic distribution and evolution of pulsars. TAYLOR J.H. and MANCHESTER R.N.
1977ApJ...216..433R 29 40 Pulsar dispersion measures and H alpha emission measures: limits on the electron density and filling factor for the ionized interstellar gas. REYNOLDS R.J.
1977ApJ...216..560T 73 T                   1 2 57 Observation of X-rays from the
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1977ApJ...216..842H 1 13 75 Pulsar velocity observations: correlations interpretations, and discussion. HELFAND D.J. and TADEMARU E.
1977ApJ...217..809D 71 T                   1 2 30 The high-energy X-ray spectrum of the
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1977MNRAS.179..147L 1 8 43 A synthesis map of the unusual supernova remnant G 292.0+1.8. LOCKHART I.A., GOSS W.M., CASWELL J.L., et al.
1977MNRAS.179..433B 299 2 2990 Electromagnetic extraction of energy from Kerr black holes. BLANDFORD R.D. and ZNAJEK R.L.
1977MNRAS.180..717W 68 T                   1 14 63 Proper motion of the
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WYCKOFF S. and MURRAY C.A.
1977MNRAS.181p..57C 68 T                   1 4 ~ Angular size of the
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COLES W.A. and KAUFMAN J.J.
1977MNRAS.181..455V 68 T                   1 4 8 Structure of Kepler's SNR and the
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VELUSAMY T. and SARMA N.V.G.
1977Ap.....13..174A 2 0 On the paper "Magnetosphere of baryon stars". AVAKYAN R.M., ALODZHANTS G.P., SAAKYAN G.S., et al.
1977Ap&SS..52..365R 38 10 The scale., strength of the galactic magnetic field according to the pulsar data. RUZMAIKIN A.A. and SOKOLOFF D.D.
1977IAUC.3099S...1K 5 1 Variable X-ray sources. KALUZIENSKI L.J.
1977JRASC..71...21K 34 10 Index of extragalactic radio-source catalogues. KESTEVEN M.J.L. and BRIDLE A.H.
1977Natur.269..494H 1 21 152 New high energy gamma-ray sources observed by COS B. HERMSEN W., SWANENBURG B.N., BIGNAMI G.F., et al.
1977SvA....21...55M 26 2 Some implications of Smith's pulsar model. MALOV I.F. and MALOFEEV V.M.
1977SvAL....3...66K 33 1 Analysis of pulsars by means of the mathematical theory of experiments. KLYAKOTKO M.A.
1977SSRv...20..687M 27 40 Sco X-1. MIYAMOTO S. and MATSUOKA M.
1977SSRv...20..757O 1 11 109 Cyg X-1 - A candidate of the black hole. ODA M.
1978A&A....64...27F 26 25 A detailed, high time resolution study of high frequency radio emission from PSR 1133+16. FERGUSON D.C. and SEIRADAKIS J.H.
1978A&A....67...55S 2 3 33 Gamma ray emission from pulsars. SALVATI M. and MASSARO E.
1978A&A....70..419W 4 5 104 Are Crab-type supernova remnants (Plerions) short-lived? WEILER K.W. and PANAGIA N.
1978ApJ...220L.117W 80 T                   1 2 129 A precision measurement of the X-ray polarization of the
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1978ApJ...221..268G 11 23 High-energy pulsed gamma rays from pulsars. GUPTA S.K., MURTHY P.V.R., SREEKANTAN B.V., et al.
1978ApJ...225..574W 85 10 Pulsar magnetogyro ratios and pulsar evolution. WOODWARD J.F.
1978ApJ...225..970P 22 81 Intensity and spectral variability of strong galactic X-ray sources observed by ANS. PARSIGNAULT D.R. and GRINDLAY J.E.
1978ApJS...38..119V 129 78 A systematic search for galactic Supernova Remnants. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1978ApJS...38..357F viz 380 578 The fourth UHURU catalog of X-ray sources. FORMAN W., JONES C., COMINSKY L., et al.
1978MNRAS.184p..39S 68 T                   1 2 ~ Resolution of the peak of the
Crab pulsar optical pulse.
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1978MNRAS.184..159M 21 42 Optical observations of southern PSR. MANCHESTER R.N., LYNE A.G., GOSS W.M., et al.
1978MNRAS.185..441K 22 17 Spectra of nine pulsars at 61-1420 MHz. KUZMIN A.D., MALOFEEV V.M., SHITOV Y.P., et al.
1978Ap&SS..55..441U 5 5 Supernova models with slow energy pumping., galactic supernova remnants. UTROBIN V.P.
1978LicOB.775....1O 9 3 Physical state of the emission-line region. OSTERBROCK D.E.
1978MmSAI..49..315T 2 5 50 Some statistical properties of SNR. TAMMANN G.A.
1978MmSAI..49..465K 5 3 SN spectra and young remnants. KIRSHNER R.P.
1978MmSAI..49..545W 6 10 Crab-like SNR. WEILER K.W.
1978MmSAI..49..559D 9 8 Filamentary velocities in SNR. DANZIGER I.J., CLARK D.H. and MURDIN P.
1978Natur.271..524Z 3 2 32 Revised estimate of gravitational radiation from Crab and Vela pulsar. ZIMMERMANN M.
1978Natur.272..679M 16 25 Possible X-ray counterparts of gamma-ray sources. MARASCHI L., MARKERT T., APPARAO K.M.V., et al.
1978Natur.272..699J 16 24 Faint X-ray sources detected near COS B gamma-ray positions. JULIEN P.F. and HELMKEN H.F.
1978Natur.274..343C 20 29 Hard X-ray observations of cosmic gamma-ray sources. COE M.J., QUENBY J.J. and ENGEL A.R.
1978Natur.274..346M 12 3 On the identification of celestial gamma-ray sources. MASSARO E. and SCARSI L.
1978Natur.274..572B 16 25 Observability of gamma-ray pulsars. BUCCHERI R., D'AMICO N., MASSARO E., et al.
1978Natur.275..298S 5 6 173 COS B observation of high-energy gamma radiation from 3C 273. SWANENBURG B.N., BENNETT K., BIGNAMI G.F., et al.
1978Natur.275..723L 35 3 Long-term variability of galactic X-ray sources. LI F., CLARK G. and MARKERT T.
1978PASAu...3..200M 49 13 The magnetic pole model for pulsar emission. MANCHESTER R.N.
1978SvA....22..420P 6 ~ The light curves of five galactic SN. PSKOVSKII Y.P.
1979A&A....80..170B 18 13 The interpulse emission structure in pulsars. BRUCK Y.M. and USTIMENKO B.Y.
1979ApJ...228..531H 12 23 A search for very high energy gamma-ray emission from CG 195+4, CG 135+1 and other 100 MeV sources. HELMKEN H.F. and WEEKES T.C.
1979ApJ...229L..47C 2 2 25 Helios 2-Vela-Ariel 5 gamma-ray burst source position. CLINE T.L., DESAI U.D., PIZZICHINI G., et al.
1979ApJ...230L..15S 71 T                   1 2 39 The hard X-ray spectrum of the
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STRICKMAN M.S., JOHNSON W.N. and KURFESS J.D.
1979ApJ...230..597H 4 4 93 Galactic plane gamma-radiation. HARTMAN R.C., KNIFFEN D.A., THOMPSON D.J., et al.
1979ApJ...231..896L 72 T                   1 2 43 A possible line feature at 73 keV from the
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1979ApJS...39..573M 142 77 The MIT/OSO 7 catalog of X-ray sources : intensities, spectra and long-term variability. MARKERT T.H., WINKLER P.F., LAIRD F.N., et al.
1979ApJS...40..657M 176 160 New hard X-ray sources observed with HEAO A-2. MARSHALL F.E., BOLDT E.A., HOLT S.S., et al.
1979ApJS...41..327A 467 26 A catalog of X-ray sources. AMNUEL P.R., GUSEINOV O.H. and RAKHAMINOV S.Y.
1979MNRAS.189..823M 5 4 A geometrical analysis of the gamma-ray light curves of pulsars. MASSARO E., SALVATI M. and BUCCHERI R.
1979MNRAS.189..867F 3 12 Observations of the polarized emission of Taurus A, Cas A and Cygnus A at 9-mm wavelength. FLETT A.M. and HENDERSON C.
1979AuJPh..32...83M 129 272 A new catalogue of galactic SNRs corrected for distance from the galactic plane. MILNE D.K.
1979Natur.277...17P 1 5 30 Present status of gamma-ray astronomy. PINKAU K.
1979Natur.277..116K 68 T                   1 3 3 Is
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KOCHHAR R.K.
1979Natur.282..383D 17 34 Does PSR 0329+54 have companions ? DEMIANSKI M. and PROSZYNSKI M.
1979Natur.282..692S 20 11 X-ray emission from gam-ray sources in the galactic anticentre region. SHARE G.H., BONNARDEAU M., WOOD K., et al.
1979SvAL....5...96O 68 T                   1 2 7 The nature of the radiation from the
Crab nebular pulsar.
OCHELKOV Y.P. and USOV V.V.
1980A&A....82..352B 4 2 49 Thermal radiation from highly magnetized neutron stars. BRINKMANN W.
1980ApJ...235....4M 34 2 347 The diffuse X-ray background spectrum from 3 to 50 keV. MARSHALL F.E., BOLDT E.A., HOLT S.S., et al.
1980ApJ...237..227A 5 18 Gamma-rays from pulsars. AYASLI S. and OEGELMAN H.
1980ApJ...239..640C 51 122 Pulsar timing. III. Timing noise of 50 pulsars. CORDES J.M. and HELFAND D.J.
1980ApJ...241.1161B 3 9 The log N-log S graph for the COS-B galactic-ray sources. BIGNAMI G.F. and CARAVEO P.A.
1980MNRAS.192p..51E 4 ~ Astrometry and high-speed photometry of an optical candidate for PSR 1913+16. ELLIOTT K.H., PETERSON B.A., WALLACE P.T., et al.
1980MNRAS.193..439L 23 2 234 A model for the magnetic-field structure in extended radio sources. LAING R.A.
1980JBAA...91...54M 7 1 Searching for SN. MARTYS C.R.
1980Natur.283..337H 33 110 Thermal X-ray emission from neutron stars. HELFAND D.J., CHANAN G.A. and NOVICK R.
1980Natur.283..459B 1 3 16 Coronal Faraday rotation during solar occultation of PSR 0525+21. BIRD M.K., SCHRUFER E. and VOLLAND H.
1980Natur.287..124M 5 10 Low energy gamma rays from PSR 1822-09. MANDROU P. and VEDRENNE G.
1980PASAu...4....4T 21 1 X-ray observations of supernova remnants from the Einstein Observatory. TUOHY I.R.
1980PASAu...4...26F 25 5 The Llanherne VHF radio telescope. FERRIS R.H., TURNER P.J., HAMILTON P.A., et al.
1980S&T....60..180M 27 4 Variable stars and the AAVSO. MATTEI J.A., MAYER E.H. and BALDWIN M.E.
1980SvA....24...54M 40 28 Mean spectra for 39 pulsars, and the interpretation of their characteristic features. MALOFEEV V.M. and MALOV I.F.
1980IUE80......701B 69 T                   1 2 ~ IUE observations of the
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1980IUE2n......339B 69 T                   1 2 ~ IUE observations of the
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1981AJ.....86.1953M 329 299 Observed and derived parameters for 330 pulsars. MANCHESTER R.N. and TAYLOR J.H.
1981ApJ...243L..69S 2 29 348 Second COS-B catalogue of high-energy gamma-ray sources. SWANENBURG B.N., BENNETT K., BIGNAMI G.F., et al.
1981ApJ...245..267H 1 20 147 Pulsar gamma-rays : spectra, luminosities and efficiencies. HARDING A.K.
1981ApJ...245.1060C 12 40 Pulsar timing. IV. Physical models for timing noise processes. CORDES J.M. and GREENSTEIN G.
1981ApJ...249..698A 3 12 The gamma-ray spectra of radio pulsars. AYASLI S.
1981MNRAS.196..943J 71 T                   1 2 24 Linear polarization of optical radiation from the
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JONES D.H.P., SMITH F.G. and WALLACE P.T.
1981MNRAS.197..865W viz 111 135 The Ariel V (3A) catalogue of X-ray sources. I. Sources at low galactic latitude (|b|<10 deg.). WARWICK R.S., MARSHALL N., FRASER G.W., et al.
1981Ap&SS..78...73M 21 23 Radio spectra of pulsars. MALOV I.F. and MALOFEEV V.M.
1981Natur.294..637R 1 3 26 Supernovae and nitrate in the Greenland ice sheet. RISBO T., CLAUSEN H.B. and RASMUSSEN K.L.
1981IAUS...95..221S 8 12 Optical observations of pulsars. SMITH F.G.
1982A&A...110L...3H 76 T                   1 2 71 An exploding 10 M. star: a model for the
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HILLEBRANDT W.
1982A&A...113L...3N 15 57 Geometry of pulsar beams: relative orientations of rotation axis, magnetic axis, and line of sight. NARAYAN R. and VIVEKANAND M.
1982A&A...113..311S 1 12 78 Causal relationship between pulsar long-term intensity variations and the interstellar medium. SIEBER W.
1982ApJ...252..172M 71 T                   1 3 30 Line feature around 73 KEV from the
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1982ApJ...252..337D 38 2 382 Electromagnetic cascades in pulsars. DAUGHERTY J.K. and HARDING A.K.
1982ApJ...253L..23S 71 T                   1 3 34 A transient 77 KeV emission feature from the
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STRICKMAN M.S., KURFESS J.D. and JOHNSON W.N.
1982ApJ...253..696D 73 T                   1 3 71 The ultraviolet spectrum of the
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1982ApJ...256..151M 14 19 A search for interstellar and stellar iron monoxide. MERER A.J., WALMSLEY C.M. and CHURCHWELL E.
1982ApJ...260..520G 23 25 Pulsar timing irregularities. GULLAHORN G.E. and RANKIN J.M.
1982ApJ...260..538K 75 T                   1 2 67 Observations and interpretations of the pulsed emission from the
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1982ApJ...260..553K 13 25 X-ray and gamma-ray upper limits for pulsed emission from radio pulsars. KNIGHT F.K., MATTESON J.L., PETERSON L.E., et al.
1982ApJ...262L..31M 3 5 85 Discovery of radio pulsations from the X-ray pulsar in the supernova remnant G 320.4-1.2 MANCHESTER R.N., TUOHY I.R. and D'AMICO N.
1982ApJ...263..677G 10 44 Gamma-ray emission from the galactic anticenter at MeV energies. GRASER U. and SCHOENFELDER V.
1982ApJS...49..183B viz 409 398 Catalogue of CO radial velocities toward galactic HII regions. BLITZ L., FICH M. and STARK A.A.
1982MNRAS.198..773P 69 T                   1 4 13
Crab pulsar infrared fluxes and pulse shapes.
PENNY A.J.
1982MNRAS.201..503L 2 27 282 The proper motions of 26 pulsars. LYNE A.G., ANDERSON B. and SALTER M.J.
1982Ap&SS..82....3A 471 20 Second catalogue of X-ray sources. AMNUEL P.R., GUSEINOV O.H. and RAKHAMINOV S.Y.
1982BICDS..23...53H 441 0 Variable stars in the General Catalogue of trigonometric parallaxes. HOFFLEIT D.
1982IzKry..65..163G 3 0 Initial period and pulsar's age. GERASIMOV S.A., NESHPOR Y.I. and STEPANIAN A.A.
1982Natur.296..723W 73 T                   1 2 42 High-energy gam-ray light curve of
PSR 0531+21.
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1982Natur.296..833G 75 T                   1 2 60 Transient emission of ultra-high energy pulsed gam rays from
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1982PASAu...4..278S 255 13 Spectra, dimensions and luminosities of radio sources in the Culgoora-3 list. SLEE O.B., SIEGMAN B.C. and MULHALL P.S.
1982SvAL....8...80G 69 T                   1 2 3 The role of turbulence of the relativistic electron-position plasma in generating in the prepulses of the
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GEDALIN M.E. and MACHABELI G.Z.
1983A&A...118...29N 21 3 Determination of the time scale of the magnetic moment decay in pulsars. NOWAKOWSKI L.A.
1983A&A...121L..15K 71 T                   1 2 23 Supernova shell structure and the spur of the
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KUNDT W.
1983A&A...121..232W 69 T                   1 3 8 A search for very high energy gamma-ray transients from Cygnus X-3 and
PSR 0531.
WEEKES T.C.
1983A&A...123L...5G 12 7 Possible supernova remnant associated with pulsar PSR 1930+22. GOMEZ-GONZALEZ J. and DEL ROMERO A.
1983A&A...126....7B 2 2 27 Do filaments form at the supernova explosions ? BANDIERA R., PACINI F. and SALVATI M.
1983A&A...126...22H 25 14 Galactic gamma radiation : the contribution from discrete sources. HOUSTON B.P. and WOLFENDALE A.W.
1983A&A...127...42D 72 T                   1 2 37 The
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DENNEFELD M. and PEQUIGNOT D.
1983ApJ...264...49Y 8 10 On the possibility of detecting very hot gas through absorption-line studies. YORK D.G. and COWIE L.L.
1983ApJ...266..188M 7 23 Radio pulsar disk electrodynamics. MICHEL F.C.
1983ApJ...266..215A 18 3 275 Pair creation above pulsar polar caps: geometrical structure and energetics of slot gaps. ARONS J.
1983ApJ...268..778T 7 33 The central X-ray source in RCW 103 : evidence for blackbody emission. TUOHY I.R., GARMIRE G.P., MANCHESTER R.N., et al.
1983ApJ...269..273W 70 T                   1 2 16 The pulse profile of the
Crab pulsar in the energy range 45 keV-1.2 MeV.
WILSON R.B. and FISHMAN G.J.
1983ApJ...270..144H 71 T                   1 3 30 Hard X-ray observations of the
Crab nebula and AO535+26 with a high energy resolution spectrometer.
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1983ApJ...271..271C 3 4 64 X-rays from radio pulsars : the detection of PSR 1055-52. CHENG A.F. and HELFAND D.J.
1983ApJ...273L..75H 1 3 27 Distance to the 1.5 millisecond pulsar and other 4C 21.53 objects. HEILES C., KULKARNI S.R., STEVENS M.A., et al.
1983ApJ...273..261M 71 T                   1 2 25 Infrared study of the
Crab Pulsar : the "shoulder" pulse and the 3.45 micron pulse profile.
MIDDLEDITCH J., PENNYPACKER C. and BURNS M.S.
1983ApJ...274..369P 1 6 38 The optical luminosity of very fast pulsars. PACINI F. and SALVATI M.
1983ApJS...51....1N 118 78 HEAO A-2 soft X-ray source catalog. NUGENT J.J., JENSEN K.A., NOUSEK J.A., et al.
1983ApJS...52..293W 120 54 A catalog of high accuracy polarization measurements. WEILER K.W. and DE PATER I.
1983MNRAS.202..437D 72 T                   1 2 37 Timing of the
Crab pulsar: consequences of the large glitch of 1975.
DEMIANSKI M. and PROSZYNSKI M.
1983MNRAS.202..495M 1 9 63 Inverse Compton gamma-rays from pulsars. I. The Vela pulsar. MORINI M.
1983MNRAS.202..605P 5 6 4C 21.53 : a possible supernova remnant in Vulpecula. PURVIS A.
1983MNRAS.204..415C 74 T                   1 2 59 Three dimensional structure of the
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CLARK D.H., MURDIN P., WOOD R., et al.
1983MNRAS.204.1125D 1 2 11 Pulsar electrodynamics : cylindrical model and radio and gamma-ray radiation. DA COSTA A.A.
1983MNRAS.205..285A 70 T                   1 2 19 Gamma-ray line features from the
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1983ARA&A..21...67B 1 28 142 Galactic gamma-ray sources. BIGNAMI G.F. and HERMSEN W.
1983Afz....19..161M 18 6 Energies of electrons and angles between magnetic field and rotation axis in pulsars. MALOV I.F.
1983AZh....60..493P 60 6 A search for galactic compact radio sources. II. PYNZAR A.V. and UDAL'TSOV V.A.
1983AZh....60..742L 12 0 A search for optical emission from radio pulsars at the 6-meter telescope. LEBEDEV V.S., NEIZVESTNYJ S.I., PIMONOV A.A., et al.
1983Ap&SS..89..325H 2 1 Soft X-ray reflectivity measurements of the mirrors flown on the Ariel-6 satellite. HERRING J.R.H., CAMPBELL D.J., GOODALL C.V., et al.
1983Ap&SS..90...19L 73 T                   1 3 69 Theory of NP 0532 pulsar radiation and the nature of the activity of the
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LOMINADZE J.G., MACHABELI G.Z. and USOV V.V.
1983BAAS...15..637H 10 0 The observation of stellar remnants from recent supernovae. HELFAND D.J. and BECKER R.H.
1983BAAS...15..638W 69 T                   1 2 0 Pulsed gamma rays of 1-20 MeV from the Crab pulsar
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1983BAAS...15..674K 69 T                   1 2 0 Properties of the
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KNIGHT F.K.
1983ComAp..10...23B 4 0 The 1.5 millisecond pulsar. BACKER D.C.
1983GriO...47i...3G 4 0 Modern music of the spheres : the millisecond pulsar. GOLDSMITH D.
1983GriO...47i..17B 69 T                   1 2 0 Portraits in the sky, Alexander the Great and the
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BARKER W.A. and DREHER D.E.
1983IzKry..67...55M 69 T                   1 2 4 Observational results of gamma-radiation of very high energies from the
Crab Nebula, obtained in 1979-81 in Tian-Shan.
MUKANOV D.B.
1983MitAG..58....7T 13 1 Rontgenquellen und Pulsare. TRUEMPER J.
1983MitAG..60..362R 46 0 Multifrequenzbeobachtungen von Supernovauberresten mit dem Effelsberger 100 m-Teleskop. REICH W., FURST E., MORSI H., et al.
1983Natur.301..586B 71 T                   1 2 23 Trail of the
Crab progenitor star.
BLANDFORD R.D., KENNEL C.F., McKEE C.F., et al.
1983Natur.302..690S 4 18 Polarimetry of the millisecond pulsar. STINEBRING D.R.
1983Natur.303..597A 27 74 On the origin of pulsar velocities. ANDERSON B. and LYNE A.G.
1983Natur.304..243M 71 T                   1 2 20 High-resolution polarization images of
Crab Nebula with a charge-coupled device camera.
McLEAN I.S., ASPIN C. and REITSEMA H.
1983Natur.305..609W 2 4 45 Cosmic gamma rays and cosmic particles. WDOWCZYK J. and WOLFENDALE A.W.
1983Obs...103...20A 69 T                   1 2 2 J and K waveband observations of the
Crab Nebula
ADAMS D.J., EATON N.C. and LAWSON P.A.
1983Obs...103...73W 69 T                   1 2 9 The
Crab Nebula and others like it.
WILSON A.S.
1983Obs...103...85W 69 T                   1 19 44 The
Crab Nebula is not alone.
WEILER K.W.
1983Obs...103..106B 69 T                   1 2 3 Ancient records and the
Crab Nebula supernova.
BRECHER K., FESEN R.A., MARAN S.P., et al.
1983Obs...103..114D 69 T                   1 2 3 Early drawings of Messier I : pineapple or
Crab ?
DEWHIRST D.W.
1983PhR....97..175T 10 2 Gamma-ray astrophysics. TROMBKA J.I. and FICHTEL C.E.
1983PAZh....9..149K 301 6 Evaluation of the angles of magnetic axis relative to rotation axis of the Pulsars. KUZ'MIN D.K. and DAGKESAMANSKAYA I.M.
1983PAZh....9..280B 69 T                   1 2 0 Optical light curve of the
Crab nebula pulsar with high time resolution.
BESKIN G.M., NEIZVESTNYJ S.I., PIMONOV A.A., et al.
1983PAZh....9..409S 69 T                   1 3 0 Analysis of the polarization measurements during the occultations of the
Crab Nebula by the plasma surrounding the Sun in 1977-1982.
SOBOLEVA N.S. and TIMOFEEVA G.M.
1983SSRv...36...61H 29 22 Gamma-ray sources observed by COS-B. HERMSEN W.
1983SSRv...36...93M 16 26 Point-like gamma-ray sources. MORFILL G.E. and TENORIO-TAGLE G.
1983SSRv...36..145S 6 5 Gamma-ray pulsars in the MeV region. SALVATI M.
1983SSRv...36..195D 16 12 Search for pulsars as counterparts of the galactic gamma-ray sources. D'AMICO N.
1983S&W....22..398M 3 1 Radioastronomie in Deutchland. MEZGER P.G. and SCHWARTZ R.
1983S&W....22..466G 5 0 Gamma-astronomie mit COS-B. GOTTWALD M.
1984A&A...134...13F 4 3 56 A study of the diffuse galactic gamma radiation. FICHTEL C.E. and KNIFFEN D.A.
1984A&A...134..199V 69 14 Magnetic field structure associated with the large "Monogem" X-ray ring. VALLEE J.P., BROTEN N.W. and MacLEOD J.M.
1984A&A...134..390R 16 3 203 Slow scintillation in the interstellar medium. RICKETT B.J., COLES W.A. and BOURGOIS G.
1984A&A...136..351B 4 3 51 The high energy X-ray spectrum of 3C 273. BEZLER M., KENDZIORRA E., STAUBERT R., et al.
1984A&A...137...17G 23 40 Ammonia observations and star counts in the Taurus dark cloud complex. GAIDA M., UNGERECHTS H. and WINNEWISSER G.
1984A&A...137..117C 44 59 One-millimeter continuum observations of galactic and extragalactic sources. CHINI R., KREYSA E., MEZGER P.G., et al.
1984A&AS...56..415B 90 12 A catalogue of X-ray spectra observed with the Ariel V proportional counter (Experiment C). BELL BURNELL S.J. and CHIAPPETTI L.
1984ApJ...278L..29M 78 T                   1 2 79 Far-infrared observations of the
Crab nebula.
MARSDEN P.L., GILLETT F.C., JENNINGS R.E., et al.
1984ApJ...278..619H 73 T                   1 2 33 Near-infrared spectrophotometry of
Crab nebula filaments.
HENRY R.B.C., MacALPINE G.M. and KIRSHNER R.P.
1984ApJ...278..630R 4 12 203 Evolution of pulsar-driven supernova remnants. REYNOLDS S.P. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1984ApJ...278..784M 73 T                   1 2 38 HEAO 3 observations of the
Crab pulsar.
MAHONEY W.A., LING J.C. and JACOBSON A.S.
1984ApJ...280..255H 15 22 A search for X-ray polarization in cosmic X-ray sources. HUGHES J.P., LONG K.S. and NOVICK R.
1984ApJ...280..797C 3 2 27 The interaction of Crab-like supernova remnants with their surroundings. CHEVALIER R.A.
1984ApJ...281..644H 70 T                   1 4 19 The unusual nickel/iron abundance ratio in the
Crab nebula filaments.
HENRY R.B.C.
1984ApJ...281..673R 9 20 On the X-ray emission from Crab-like supernova remnants. REYNOLDS S.P. and CHANAN G.A.
1984ApJ...282..154B 2 3 32 Magnetically ordered jets from pulsars. BENFORD G.
1984ApJ...282..291M 1 3 15 On the detection of positrons via the optical lines of positronium. McCLINTOCK J.E.
1984ApJ...282..402B 17 18 Time variability of the 87 GHz linear polarization and flux density of active extragalactic objects. BARVAINIS R. and PREDMORE C.R.
1984ApJ...282..533A 21 3 253 Rapid postglitch spin-up of the superfluid core in pulsars. ALPAR M.A., LANGER S.A. and SAULS J.A.
1984ApJ...283..279H 80 T                   1 2 92 Einstein observations of the
Crab Nebula pulsar.
HARNDEN F.R.Jr and SEWARD F.D.
1984ApJ...283..694K 171 T                   1 2 817 Confinement of the
Crab pulsar's wind by its supernova remnant.
KENNEL C.F. and CORONITI F.V.
1984ApJ...283..710K 116 T                   1 2 381 Magnetohydrodynamic model of
Crab nebula radiation.
KENNEL C.F. and CORONITI F.V.
1984ApJ...284..856M 1 4 30 On the nature of the galactic gamma-ray sources. MORFILL G.E., FORMAN M. and BIGNAMI G.
1984ApJ...285L..75S 71 T                   1 2 20 The kinematics of the
Crab nebula's jet.
SHULL P.Jr, CARSENTY U., SARCANDER M., et al.
1984ApJ...285..134B 1 8 44 The evolution of nonthermal supernova remnants. II. Can radio supernovae become plerions ? BANDIERA R., PACINI F. and SALVATI M.
1984ApJ...285..264B 71 T                   1 2 17 Search for 10 15 eV gamma-rays from the
Crab pulsar and surrounding regions.
BOONE J., CADY R., CASSIDAY G.L., et al.
1984ApJ...286L..35D 77 T                   1 2 68 Evidence for pulsed 1000 GeV gamma-rays from the
Crab pulsar.
DOWTHWAITE J.C., HARRISON A.B., KIRKMAN I.W., et al.
1984ApJ...286...42F 7 3 85 osmic rays and the emission-line regions of active galactic nuclei. FERLAND G.J. and MUSHOTZKY R.F.
1984ApJ...287L..19S 6 6 160 Discovery of a 50 millisecond pulsar in the Large Magellanic Cloud. SEWARD F.D., HARNDEN F.R.Jr and HELFAND D.J.
1984ApJ...287..633M 2 14 117 SAS 3 survey of the soft X-ray background. MARSHALL F.J. and CLARK G.W.
1984ApJS...54..581L 73 150 The HEAO1 A-4 catalog of high-energy X-ray sources. LEVINE A.M., LANG F.L., LEWIN W.H.G., et al.
1984ApJS...56..507W viz 900 352 The HEAO A-1 X-ray source catalog. WOOD K.S., MEEKINS J.F., YENTIS D.J., et al.
1984MNRAS.207..649P 1 6 40 Radio and X-ray maps of the supernova remnant W 49B. PYE J.P., BECKER R.H., SEWARD F.D., et al.
1984MNRAS.209..449G 149 289 Statistical studies of supernova remnants. GREEN D.A.
1984MNRAS.210..113F 60 22 Astrometry of 59 pulsars: a comparison of interferometric and timing positions. FOMALONT E.B., GOSS W.M., LYNE A.G., et al.
1984MNRAS.210..845D 13 25 Observations of the remnants of three historical (?) supernovae. DOWNES A.
1984ARA&A..22...75R 28 50 Observations of supernova remnants. RAYMOND J.C.
1984Afz....20..565M 2 0 On the nonlinear theory of the generation of radiation in a pulsar plasma. MIKHAILOVSKI A.B. and SURAMLISHVILI G.I.
1984Afz....21..283A 69 T                   1 2 2 Results of radioastronomical observations of the lunar occultation of the
Crab nebula on January 26, 1983.
AGAFONOV M.I., ASLANYAN A.M., BARABANOV A.P., et al.
1984Afz....21..609T 2 0 The processes of energy exhange between electrons and photons at intense radiation encountered in some astronomical objects. I. TER-KAZARIAN G.T.
1984AZh....61..275Z 2 3 On the role of stimulated processes in annihilation line radiation of cosmic sources. I. ZHELEZNYAKOV V.V. and LITVINCHUK A.A.
1984AZh....61..708G 326 8 Space distribution of pulsars. GUSEJNOV O.H. and YUSIFOV I.M.
1984AZh....61.1113K 18 16 Interaction of e = with photns in magnetosheres of neutron stars. KARDASHEV N.S., MITROFANOV N.S. and NOVIKOV I.D.
1984ApL....24...21K 2 0 Electromagnetic radiation in a helical magnetic field. KRISHAN V.
1984Ap&SS.102..327S 2 3 33 Propagation of gamma-radiation in strong magnetic fields of pulsars. SHABAD A.E. and USOV V.V.
1984BAAS...16..405F 69 T                   1 5 0 New optical imaging of the supernova remnants CTB 80, 3C 58, and the
Crab Nebula.
FESEN R.A. and GULL T.R.
1984BAAS...16..447B 5 0 Gamma-ray emission from fast pulsars. BRECHER K.
1984BAAS...16..459E 69 T                   1 3 0 Bowen fluorescence in the
Crab nebula and the Seyfert 2 galaxy UM 363.
EASTMAN R.G., MacALPINE G.M., KIRSHNER R.P., et al.
1984BAAS...16..466U 69 T                   1 2 0 Helium abundance distribution in the
Crab nebula.
UOMOTO A.K. and MacALPINE G.M.
1984BAAS...16..467A 69 T                   1 2 0 The observed decrease with time of the radio flux of the
Crab nebula.
ALLER H.D. and REYNOLDS S.P.
1984BAAS...16Q.523S 2 4 Electron acceleration in solar flares. SCHWARTZ R.A., LIN R.P., PELLING R.M., et al.
1984BAAS...16..541R 2 0 Crablike supernova remnants : The underpopulation problem. REYNOLDS S.P.
1984BAAS...16..926M 4 5 X-ray halos around supernova remnants. MAUCHE C. and GORENSTEIN P.
1984BAAS...16..935W 69 T                   1 2 ~ Gamma rays of 0.3-30 MeV from
PSR 0531+21.
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1984BAAS...16..936T 69 T                   1 2 0 Search for very high energy Gamma rays from the
Crab pulsar.
TUMER O.T., WHEATON W.A., GODFREY C.P., et al.
1984BAAS...16..941C 2 ~ A possible representation of the supernova of 1054 AD in the Quetico provincial park. COLLINS G.W.
1984BAAS...16..944M 4 0 Optical pulsar in LMC remnant 0540-69.3. MIDDLEDITCH J. and PENNYPACKER C.R.
1984BAAS...16Z.963G 3 ~ The application of imaging to very high energy gamma ray astronomy. GIBBS K., WEEKES T.C., GORHAM P.N., et al.
1984BAAS...16..982W 69 T                   1 2 0 Hard X-ray time variability of the mean pulsar profile of the
Crab pulsar.
WILSON R.B., FISHMAN G.J. and MEEGAN C.A.
1984BAAS...16..996G 69 T                   1 2 0 Changes in structure of the
Crab Nebula's jet.
GULL T.R. and FESEN R.A.
1984ChA&A...8..173L 28 ~ Three Gamma-ray sources with large angular size. LI T.-P.
1984IrAJ...16..202P 8 0 Report on the gamma-ray astronomy papers presented at the 18th International Cosmic-ray Conference, Bangalore, India. PORTER N.A.
1984JApA....5..307G 17 3 Braking index diagnostics of pulsars. I. Alignment, counteralignment and slowing-down noise. GHOSH P.
1984JApA....5..403S 19 33 On the supernova remnants produced by pulsars. SRINIVASAN G., BHATTACHARYA D. and DWARAKANATH K.S.
1984MitAG..62..101B 17 0 First results from the X-ray satellite EXOSAT. BIERMANN P.
1984Natur.307..215H 1 16 127 Observation of stellar remnants from recent supernovae. HELFAND D.J. and BECKER R.H.
1984Natur.308..251V 71 T                   1 4 37 Radio detection of the
Crab nebula.
VELUSAMY T.
1984NewSc.102...34W 7 0 Europe X-rays the skies. WHITEHOUSE D. and BRANDUARDI-RAYMONT G.
1984PAZh...10..111M 69 T                   1 2 1 Study of the
Crab Nebula region at 21 cm wavelength.
MATVEENKO L.I.
1984PAZh...10..116B 69 T                   1 2 0 The decametric observations of the lunar occultation of
Crab Nebula on december 2, 1982.
BOVKUN V.P. and ZHUK I.N.
1984PASJ...36..659K 9 2 76 Performance verification of the gas scintillation proportional counters on board the Tenma satellite. KOYAMA K., IKEGAMI T., INOUE H., et al.
1984PASJ...36..769H 2 3 30 Energy spectra and time variations of the X-ray source Cygnus X-2. HIRANO T., HAYAKAWA S., KUNIEDA H., et al.
1984RMxAA...9...13B 8 3 On the mass ejected by supernova explosions. BOHIGAS J.
1984Sci...225..177A 11 2 X-ray gas scintillation spectrometer experiment. ANDRESEN R.D., BOELLA G., FALCONI B., et al.
1985A&A...143....1D 18 1 High energy X-ray observations of COS-B gamma-ray sources from OSO-8. DOLAN J.F., CARAVEO P.A., CRANNELL C.J., et al.
1985A&A...143..443G 5 7 A model of radio emission from the millisecond pulsar PSR 1937+214. GIL J.
1985A&A...147..237B 4 8 Radio recombination lines from the galactic plane in Cygnus. BARCIA A., GOMEZ-GONZALEZ J., LOCKMAN F.J., et al.
1985A&A...148..391H 160 7 Two types of pulsars. HUANG J.H., HUANG K.L. and PENG Q.H.
1985A&A...149..171C 70 T                   1 2 5 The numerical inversion of synchrotron spectra and the
Crab nebula as a synchrotron source.
CRAIG I.J.D., McCLEMENTS K.G., THOMPSON A.M., et al.
1985A&A...149..259S 7 13 CTB 80 : probable changes in the central nebulosity, 1953-1981. STROM R.G. and BLAIR W.P.
1985A&A...151..101V 70 T                   1 3 11 Optical observations of the jet of the
Crab nebula.
VERON-CETTY M.-P., VERON P. and WOLTJER L.
1985AJ.....90.2312R 1 4 23 No shell around 3C 58. REYNOLDS S.P. and ALLER H.D.
1985ApJ...288..191A 72 T                   1 4 46 Vortex creep and the internal temperature of neutron stars : the
Crab pulsar and PSR 0525+21.
ALPAR M.A., NANDKUMAR R. and PINES D.
1985ApJ...288..221C 75 258 Small-scale electron density turbulence in the interstellar medium. CORDES J.M., WEISBERG J.M. and BORIAKOFF V.
1985ApJ...293L..73A 74 T                   1 2 39 The decrease with time of the radio flux of the
Crab nebula.
ALLER H.D. and REYNOLDS S.P.
1985ApJ...294L.121W 72 T                   1 2 20 Magnetic fields in the "jet" of the
Crab nebula.
WILSON A.S., SAMARASINHA N.H. and HOGG D.E.
1985ApJ...297L..25B 5 17 Identification of G 20.0-0.2 as a Crab-like SNR. BECKER R.H. and HELFAND D.J.
1985ApJ...299L..23W 70 T                   1 6 12 Low-energy and medium-energy gamma-rays from
PSR 0531+21.
WHITE R.S., SWEENEY W., TUMER T., et al.
1985ApJ...299..154G 10 32 Interpulse beams and profile components. GIL J.
1985ApJS...59..513A 106 364 Spectra and linear polarizations of extragalactic variable sources at centimeter wavelengths. ALLER H.D., ALLER M.F., LATIMER G.E., et al.
1985MNRAS.212..359V 75 T                   1 2 40 Structure of the
Crab nebula: intensity and polarization at 20 cm.
VELUSAMY T.
1985MNRAS.213..591B 2 9 105 Low-frequency variability of pulsars. BLANDFORD R. and NARAYAN R.
1985MNRAS.213..613L 13 9 472 The galactic population of pulsars. LYNE A.G., MANCHESTER R.N. and TAYLOR J.H.
1985MNRAS.214p..15K 3 ~ Dependence of pulsewidth on the age of pulsars - a comment on Candy and Blair's analysis. KRISHNAMOHAN S.
1985AcA....35..441W 3 1 The high speed photometer at the Torun Observatory WIKIERSKI B. and TURLO Z.
1985ARA&A..23..119D 85 T                   1 2 127 Recent developments concerning the
Crab Nebula.
DAVIDSON K. and FESEN R.A.
1985Aster..90...17T 7 0 La constel lacio de Tauro. TORRENTS S.
1985AZh....62...34B 6 2 Observations of the source 4C 21.53 in the frequency range 10-25 MHz . BRAUDE S.Y., ZAKHARENKO S.M. and SOKOLOV K.P.
1985AZh....62..240G 66 1 On orientation of pulsars radiation. GUSEINOV O.H. and YUSIFOV I.M.
1985AZh....62..608M 4 5 Spectra of short-period pulsars in the light of the hypothesis of the two types of pulsars. MALOV I.F.
1985Ap&SS.111..157W 70 T                   1 3 2 Line features from Cygnus X-1 and the
Crab Nebula in the energy range30-270 keV.
WATANABE H.
1985Ap&SS.112...75O 2 0 Evaluation of Compton contamination events in an actively shielded Ge gamma-ray detector. OWENS A.
1985Ap&SS.115....1A 16 4 Pulsars : space kinematic characteristics and their connection with supernova remnants. ALLAKHVERDIEV A.O., GUSEINOV O.H. and KASUMOV F.K.
1985Ap&SS.115..163G 3 11 A design study of atmospheric Cerenkov radiation telescope for very high energy gamma-ray astronomy. GUPTA S.K., RAMANA MURTHY P.V., TONWAR S.C., et al.
1985Ap&SS.115..399C 2 0 A note on the energy loss from pulsars. CADEZ A.
1985Ap&SS.116...61S 12 3 The X-ray gas scintillation spectrometer experiment on the first spacelab flight. SIMS M.R., ANDRESEN R.D., LEIMANN E.A., et al.
1985Ap&SS.117..309S 2 5 42 Gamma-quanta conversion into positronium atoms in a strong magnetic field. SHABAD A.E. and USOV V.V.
1985BAAS...17..566E 4 ~ The decametric wavelength spectra of fast pulsars. ERICKSON W.C. and KASSIM N.E.
1985BAAS...17..604M 4 0 First results from the UNH directional gamma-ray telescope. McCONNELL M.L., DUNPHY P.P., FORREST D.J., et al.
1985BAAS...17..758H 3 0 Energetic radiation from rapidly spinning pulsars (Vela). HO C., CHENG K.S. and RUDERMAN M.A.
1985BAAS...17Q.849M 2 0 Analysis of imaging data from a balloon-borne coded aperture gamma-ray telescope. McCONNELL M.L., DUNPHY P.P., FORREST D.J., et al.
1985ComAp..11...15S 45 25 Supernova remnants containing neutron stars. SEWARD F.D.
1985IrAJ...17...16F 9 0 X-ray binaries and high-energy gamma rays. FEGAN D.J.
1985JApA....6..233B 70 T                   1 2 2 Has the
Crab pulsar magnetic field grown after its birth ?
BHATTACHARYA D. and SHUKRE C.S.
1985KodOB...5...27S 70 T                   1 2 0 A fast optical pulse counting system for
Crab pulsar.
SANTHANAM P. and BHATTACHARYYA J.C.
1985Natur.313..661M 71 T                   1 2 10 A shadowed flow in the stem of the
Crab nebula ?
MORRISON P. and ROBERTS D.
1985Natur.313..662B 75 T                   1 2 46 X-ray morphology of the
Crab nebula.
BRINKMANN W., ASCHENBACH B. and LANGMEIER A.
1985Natur.316...27P 13 4 213 Superfluidity in neutron stars. PINES D. and ALPAR M.A.
1985Obs...105....7M 70 T                   1 2 1 Infrared observations of the
Crab nebula.
MARSDEN P.L.
1985PASAu...6...65G 9 0 Very high energy gamma ray astronomy. GREGORY A.G.
1985PASAu...6...89M 4 2 Pulsar astronomy at Molonglo. MANCHESTER R.N.
1985Rech...16.1315A 52 0 Le rayonnement des pulsars. ASSEO E.
1985S&T....70..301B 9 1 Gamma-ray astronomy comes of age. BIGNAMI G.F.
1985S&T....70..539K 70 T                   1 2 0
Crab jet update.
KILLIAN A.M.
1985SSRv...40..507B 8 1 Synchrotron nebulae. BECKER R.H.
1985SSRv...40..513D 5 1 2-10 keV spectra of Crab-like SNR's as observed by EXOSAT. DAVELAAR J. and SMITH A.
1985SSRv...40..521K 5 2 Spectral observation of the composite supernova remnant G 29.7-0.3. KOCH-MIRAMOND L., ROCCHIA R., DAVELAAR J., et al.
1985S&W....24...76B 2 0 Der Krebs-Nebel. Ein Prufstein fur Supernova-modellvorstellungen. BRINKMANN W.
1986A&A...162L...6L 71 T                   1 2 12 Photoionization of a fast shell around the
Crab Nebula.
LUNDQVIST P., FRANSSON C. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1986A&A...165..254R 2 0 Propagation of relativistic plasma waves: global nonlinear aspects. ROBNIK M., FRITZ K.D. and SCHRUFER E.
1986A&A...166..257B 85 84 Properties of supernova remnants at known distances. I. Surface brightness and radio spectral index. BERKHUIJSEN E.M.
1986A&A...167..117M 1 5 25 The nature of the Vela supernova remnant. MILNE D.K. and MANCHESTER R.N.
1986A&A...167..145M 74 T                   1 3 51 Maps of Cassiopeia A and the
Crab nebula at lambda 1.2 mm.
MEZGER P.G., TUFFS R.J., CHINI R., et al.
1986A&AS...65..485R viz 406 21 Spectral flux densities of radio sources at 22 MHz. ROGER R.S., COSTAIN C.H. and STEWART D.I.
1986AJ.....91.1051C viz 1 11 74 A 1400 MHz sky survey. II. Confusion-limited maps covering 19h 30m <alpha <7h 30m, -5 <delta < +82. CONDON J.J. and BRODERICK J.J.
1986AJ.....92..412W 34 1 A search for optically variable objects in the Texas radio source survey. WILLS D., BOZYAN F.A., DOUGLAS J.N., et al.
1986AJ.....92.1138R 2 6 62 Radio observations of the remnant of the supernova of A.D. 1006. I. Total intensity observations. REYNOLDS S.P. and GILMORE D.M.
1986ApJ...300L..59D 1 5 34 X-ray spectral observations of the Crab-like supernova remnants G 21.5-0.9 and 3C 58. DAVELAAR J., SMITH A. and BECKER R.H.
1986ApJ...300..297P 1 3 14 Hard X-ray observations of Cygnus X-1 with the MISO telescope. PEROTTI F., DELLA VENTURA A., VILLA G., et al.
1986ApJ...300..500C 68 3 826 Energetic radiation from rapidly spinning pulsars. I. Outer magnetosphere gaps. CHENG K.S., HO C. and RUDERMAN M.
1986ApJ...300..522C 101 T                   1 3 379 Energetic radiation from rapidly spinning pulsars. II. Vela and
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CHENG K.S., HO C. and RUDERMAN M.
1986ApJ...301..759S 77 T                   1 2 57 High-resolution X-ray spectroscopy of the
Crab nebula and the oxygen abundance of the interstellar medium.
SCHATTENBURG M.L. and CANIZARES C.R.
1986ApJ...303..280B 1 10 45 Probing the magnetic field of radio pulsars : a reexamination of polarization position angle swings. BARNARD J.J.
1986ApJ...304..140C 12 46 Are pulsars born as slow rotators ? CHEVALIER R.A. and EMMERING R.T.
1986ApJ...304..256H 45 51 Frequency dependence of the main pulse to interpulse separation for seven pulsars. HANKINS T.H. and FOWLER L.A.
1986ApJ...304..682L 5 2 42 Gamma-ray burst annihilation lines and neutron star structure. LIANG E.P.
1986ApJ...305L..19N 1 12 50 Confronting X-ray observations of young supernova remnants with neutron star cooling models. NOMOTO K. and TSURUTA S.
1986ApJ...306..255S 5 9 A search for vibrationally excited interstellar H+2. SHUTER W.L.H., WILLIAMS D.R.W., KULKARNI S.R., et al.
1986ApJ...306..259F 72 T                   1 2 17 The optical structure of the
Crab nebula's "jet".
FESEN R.A. and GULL T.R.
1986ApJ...309..804H 24 95 Molecular clouds and supernova remnants in the outer galaxy. HUANG Y.-L. and THADDEUS P.
1986ApJ...311..197A 25 48 Vortex creep and the internal temperature of neutron stars : timing noise in pulsars. ALPAR M.A., NANDKUMAR R. and PINES D.
1986ApJ...311..258A 86 16 The HEAO A-1 all-sky survey of fast X-ray transients. AMBRUSTER C.W. and WOOD K.S.
1986ApJS...61..465L 1 2 14 Acceleration of protons and electrons in the electromagnetic field of a rotating orthogonal magnetic dipole. LAUE H. and THIELHEIM K.O.
1986MNRAS.219..729S 72 T                   1 4 45 The geometry of emission from the Vela and the
Crab pulsars.
SMITH F.G.
1986PASP...98..448V 4 9 CCD observations of supernova remnants. VAN DEN BERGH S. and PRITCHET C.J.
1986PASP...98..556S 47 14 IRAS observations of binaries with compact objects. SCHAEFER B.E.
1986PASP...98.1044H 71 T                   1 2 15 XX. Elemental abundances in the
Crab nebula.
HENRY R.B.
1986ARA&A..24..205W 6 25 689 The physics of supernova explosions. WOOSLEY S.E. and WEAVER T.A.
1986ARA&A..24..285T 1 18 136 Recent progress in the understanding of pulsars. TAYLOR J.H. and STINEBRING D.R.
1986Aster..95...30N 9 0 Els enigmes de les supernoves. NOY J.R.
1986Aster..96....9C 7 0 El cataleg Messier. CASTELLOTE V.
1986Afz....24..507M 277 7 On the angles between the axis of magnetic dipole and the axis of rotation of pulsars. MALOV I.F.
1986Afz....25...57G 70 T                   2 1 The chemical composition of
Crab nebulae filaments. I. The observed regularities in the spectra of filaments.
GOLOVATY V.V. and PRONIK V.I.
1986Afz....25..119K 3 3 Effect of magnetic field inhomogeneity on excitation of longitudal (sic) waves in pulsar magnetosphere. KAZBEGI A.Z., MACHABELI G.Z. and MELIKIDZE G.I.
1986AZh....63..265G 4 0 Evolution of pulsars. GUSEINOV O.H. and YUSIFOV I.M.
1986AZh....63..914L 8 1 Evolution of supernova remnants with a central pulsar. LOZINSKAYA T.A.
1986AZh....63..946K 70 T                   1 2 1 X-ray observations of the
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1986AZh....63.1111S 26 1 The two phases of the interstellar medium. The distribution of electron density in the galactic disk. SHAPIROVSKAYA N.Y. and BOCHAROV A.A.
1986Ap&SS.118..329R 4 10 The pulsar velocities and their binary origins. RADHAKRISHNAN V. and SHUKRE C.S.
1986Ap&SS.121....1A 36 9 Velocities and birthplaces of pulsars. AMNUEL P.R., GUSEINOV O.H. and RUSTAMOV Y.S.
1986Ap&SS.122..151L 4 1 The fields of pulsars and magnetic white dwarf stars. LEIBY C.C.Jr
1986BICDS..31..137O 38 0 Some aspects of the bibliography of astronomical objects. OCHSENBEIN F. and DUBOIS P.
1986BAAS...18..678F 70 T                   1 2 0 High signal to noise studies of the Crab nebula pulsar (
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1986BAAS...18..692U 70 T                   1 2 0 The helium distribution and mass of the
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1986BAAS...18..978M 70 T                   1 5 1 Gamma-ray imaging observations of the
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1986BAAS...18.1049P 4 0 Optical and X-ray emission from fast pulsars. PACINI F. and SALVATI M.
1986BAAS...18.1052A 70 T                   1 4 5 The evolution of the radio emission from the supernova remnants 3C 58,
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1986BAAS...18.1053R 70 T                   1 3 0 No
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1986ComAp..11..151T 17 56 Neutron stars : current cooling theories and observational results. TSURUTA S.
1986CoKon..86..379L 17 0 Ejection of matter by massive stars. LOZINSKAYA T.A.
1986Icar...65..152V 100 4 A search for the tritium hyperfine line from nearby stars. VALDES F. and FREITAS R.A.Jr
1986JAF....28....3E 3 0 Le projet ISO. (Infrared Space Observatory) ENCRENAZ T.
1986JBAA...96..342C 3 1 A star can be cold. COLE G.H.A.
1986MitAG..65...53M 9 0 Accretion discs. MORFILL G.E. and HASINGER G.
1986Natur.319..127B 74 T                   1 2 32 A very high energy gamma-ray burst from the
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1986Natur.321...46V 70 T                   1 2 6 Resolution of
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1986PAZh...12..198T 70 T                   1 2 2 Is there any radio shell around the
Crab nebula ?
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1986PAZh...12..275A 70 T                   2 2 Radio image of the
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1986PAZh...12..440G 70 T                   1 2 1 Photoionization model of luminescence and dispersion of chemical element abundances in the
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1986PASAu...6..280P 13 12 Gamma-ray astronomy at the highest energies. PROTHEROE R.J.
1986QJRAS..27..435P 4 1 British X-ray astronomy. POUNDS K.A.
1986S&T....71....6S 14 0 Neutron stars in supernova remnants. SEWARD F.D.
1986SvA....30..560K 70 T                   1 2 0 Observations of X-ray emission of the
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1987A&A...172L...7W 72 T                   1 2 20 Discovery of continuum emission in the jet and of absorption in the filaments of the
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1987A&A...174....5C 18 5 Model calculations for supernova remnants in the Large Magellanic Cloud. CONTINI M.
1987A&A...174...85C 80 T                   1 2 82 A detailed analysis of the high energy gamma-ray emission from the
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1987A&A...176..329R 4 2 33 The hydrodynamics of clouds overtaken by surpernova remnants. II. Attrition shocks, condensation and ejection of clouds. ROZYCZKA M. and TENORIO-TAGLE G.
1987A&A...183L..17C 3 0 The pulsewidth-age relation of radio pulsars. CANDY B.N. and BLAIR D.G.
1987A&A...186L..17O 7 12 Soft X-ray imaging observations of the 39 millisecond pulsar PSR 1951+32. OEGELMAN H. and BUCCHERI R.
1987A&AS...69..533M 10 34 32 GHz radio continuum observations of four plerionic supernova remnants. MORSI H.W. and REICH W.
1987AJ.....93.1511U 73 T                   1 2 30 Distribution of the He I lambda 5876/H-beta line emission ratio in the
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1987AJ.....94..964D 71 T                   1 5 21 Spectrophotometry of the
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1987ApJ...314..203H 1 19 117 G 0.9+0.1 and the emerging class of composite supernova remnants. HELFAND D.J. and BECKER R.H.
1987ApJ...315..420S 1 10 50 An upper limit on the flux of extraterrestrial neutrinos. SVOBODA R., BIONTA R.M., BLEWITT G., et al.
1987ApJ...315..666C 27 86 Refractive scintillation in the interstellar medium. COLES W.A., FREHLICH R.G., RICKETT B.J., et al.
1987ApJ...316..691M 1 5 29 Neutrino emission processes in hyperon-populated neutron stars. MAXWELL O.V.
1987ApJ...319..416P 77 T                   1 2 63 A scanning modulation collimator observation of the high-energy X-ray source in the
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1987ApJ...319..930C 10 12 Gamma-ray pulsar model. COHEN J.M. and MUSTAFA E.
1987ApJ...321..334E 12 2 97 Shocked relativistic magnetohydrodynamic flows with application to pulsar winds. EMMERING R.T. and CHEVALIER R.A.
1987ApJ...321..447P 2 5 50 Optical and X-ray radiation from fast pulsars : effects of duty cycle and spectral shape. PACINI F. and SALVATI M.
1987ApJ...321..543M 72 T                   1 3 24 Gamma-ray observations of the
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1987ApJ...321..799C 13 42 Outer magnetospheric fluctuations and pulsar timing noise. CHENG K.S.
1987ApJ...322..206N 25 2 203 Evolution of 8-10M stars toward electron capture supernovae. II. Collapse of an O + Ne + Mg core. NOMOTO K.
1987ApJ...322..399H 71 T                   1 3 12 Predicted Ni II infrared line strengths in the
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HENRY R.B.C.
1987ApJ...322..673R 1 3 14 A radio search for Crab-like nebulae in M 33. REYNOLDS S.P. and FIX J.D.
1987MNRAS.224.1073H 169 71 Faraday rotation measurements on 163 pulsars. HAMILTON P.A. and LYNE A.G.
1987MNRAS.225..329C 1 8 32 The galactic radio sources G 5.4-1.2 and G 5.27-0.90. CASWELL J.L., KESTEVEN M.J., KOMESAROFF M.M., et al.
1987MNRAS.228p..47R 2 ~ Magnetic confinement of broad-line clouds in active galactic nuclei. REES M.J.
1987MNRAS.229..223L 73 T                   1 3 40 A glitch in the
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LYNE A.G. and PRITCHARD R.S.
1987PASP...99..387W 70 T                   1 2 3 Lunar occultation observations of the
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1987PASP...99..858B 2 2 High-explosive simulation of supernovae. BROWN W.K.
1987PASP...99.1152S 5 0 The first optical identifications of radio sources. SULLIVAN III W.T.
1987AcApS...7..140D 70 T                   1 7 0 A hard X-ray telescope HAPI-1 and its observation for
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1987Afz....27...65G 70 T                   1 2 1 On the anisotropy of
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1987AZh....64...60A 70 T                   1 2 5 Radio emission on the
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1987AZh....64..280B 70 T                   1 2 5 Experimental study of evolution of the
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1987AZh....64..734B 70 T                   1 2 0 The low-frequency compact source in the
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1987ApL....25..159V 4 2 A search for radio pulses from GBS 0526-66. VAUGHAN A.E. and LARGE M.I.
1987ApL....26...99W 22 ~ Studies of isolated neutron stars, pulsars and pulsar-driven nebulae with the advanced X-ray astrophysics facility (AXAF). WILSON A.S.
1987Ap&SS.132..201M 2 0 The current sheets in the magnetosphere of a pulsar. MAO X.-J. and TONG Y.
1987Ap&SS.134..407K 10 6 SS 433 - again. KUNDT W.
1987Ap&SS.136..337S 3 2 27 Techniques for the analysis of data from coded-mask X-ray telescopes. SKINNER G.K., PONMAN T.J., HAMMERSLEY A.P., et al.
1987Ap&SS.136..369L 1 3 16 The gas scintillation proportional counter in the spacelab environment : in-flight performance and post-flight calibration. LAMB P., MANZO G., RE S., et al.
1987AuJPh..40..731M 10 4 Two types of pulsar. MALOV I.F.
1987AuJPh..40..755K 1 3 15 Radio emission model of a 'typical' pulsar. KAZBEGI A.Z., MACHABELI G.Z. and MELIKIDZE G.I.
1987AuJPh..40..767L 6 0 Relationship between supernova type and their remnants. LOZINSKAYA T.A. and CHUGAJ N.N.
1987AuJPh..40..771M 24 52 An atlas of supernova remnant magnetic fields. MILNE D.K.
1987AuJPh..40..801I 4 4 Nonstationary phenomena in the radiation of young supernova remnants. IVANOV V.P. and STANKEVICH K.S.
1987AuJPh..40..831G 7 1 Problem of the estimate of distances to pulsars. GUSEINOV O.H. and YUSIFOV I.M.
1987AuJPh..40..837A 16 1 Spatial distribution of pulsars and supernova remnants. ALLAKHVERDIEV A.O., GUSEINOV O.H. and YUSIFOV I.M.
1987BAAS...19..684K 70 T                   1 2 0 A new particle acceleration mechanism in
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1987BAAS...19..736D 70 T                   1 2 0 "Sweeping" spectroscopy of the
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DAVIDSON K.
1987EM&P...37..241L 64 10 Cosmic-ray volleys from the galactic center and their recent impact on the Earth environment. LAVIOLETTE P.A.
1987JApA....8...69V 70 T                   1 2 6 Very high energy gamma rays from the
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1987JRASC..81..113G 11 0 The mysterious nebulae, 1610-1924. GINGERICH O.
1987Mercu..16..162W 2 0 The binary pulsar : gravity waves exist. WILL C.
1987Natur.329..611C 1 6 28 Circumstellar interaction and a pulsar nebula the supernova 1986j. CHEVALIER R.A.
1987Natur.329..696C 2 6 50 Sustained magnetic fields in binary millisecond pulsars. CHANMUGAM G. and BRECHER K.
1987Natur.330..230D 6 7 191 Discovery of an unusual hard X-ray source in the region of supernova 1987A. DOTANI T., HAYASHIDA K., INOUE H., et al.
1987Natur.330..524D 5 1 Polarized gamma-rays from Vela. DEAN A.J.
1987NewSc.114...41M 3 0 Elderly pulsar comes to light. MURDIN P.
1987PhT....40i..28B 5 11 The birth of neutron stars and black holes. BURROWS A.
1987PASAu...7..163S 4 0 Gamma-ray astronomy from balloons and satellites. SOOD R.K.
1987PBeiO...9...73Y 27 0 High energy astrophysics and X-ray astronomy. YANG H.-S.
1987Rech...18..324S 2 0 L'explosion des etoiles. SURAUD E.
1987Rech...18..766D 2 0 Le renouveau de la relativite generale. DAMOUR T.
1987Rech...18.1416W 9 2 La supernova de la dynastie Shang. WANG Z.-R.
1987Sci...235.1485W 3 6 Two gamma-ray sources and ancient guest stars. WANG Z.-R.
1987IAUS..125....3M 14 5 Pulsar surveys. MANCHESTER R.N.
1987IAUS..125...79S 9 1 Neutron star coupling to its environment. SALVATI M. and PACINI F.
1987IAUS..125...99S 13 4 Neutron stars in twelve supernova remnants. SEWARD F.D.
1987IAUS..125..305W 14 3 Ancient guest stars as Harbingers of neutron star formation. WANG Z.-R.
1987IAUS..125..453C 70 T                   1 2 0 Inverse compton scattering in strong magnetic fields : applied to the radiation mechanism of
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1987IAUS..125..457H 5 0 Einstein Observatory limits on neutron star surface temperatures. HARNDEN F.R.Jr
1987IAUS..125..465B 6 5 Neutron stars and gamma-rays. BIGNAMI G.F.
1988A&A...191L...7C 5 6 A search for infrared pulsations from PSR 1951+32. CLIFTON T.R., BACKER D.C., NEUGEBAUER G., et al.
1988A&A...201L..19M 5 5 Spectral characteristics of the emerging X-rays from a possible pulsar in supernova 1987A. MASTICHIADIS A., OEGELMAN H. and KIRK J.G.
1988A&A...201L..27V 3 6 Optical flux changes in the Crab nebula. VERON-CETTY M.-P. and WOLTJER L.
1988A&A...201..194B 3 8 High resolution cluster method for topological studies of the light curves of gamma-ray pulsars. BUCCHERI R., DI GESU V., MACCARONE M.C., et al.
1988A&A...202..166R 4 2 32 The Crab nebula: secular variations in the Faraday rotation of the pulsar and the great 1974-1975 scattering event. RANKIN J.M., CAMPBELL D.B., ISAACMAN R.B., et al.
1988A&A...203..322B 26 10 Gravitational wave background from a sample of 330+4 pulsars. BARONE F., MILANO L., PINTO I., et al.
1988A&A...207....1S 20 6 482 The radial distribution of galactic gamma rays. IV. The whole galaxy. STRONG A.W., BLOEMEN J.B.G.M., DAME T.M., et al.
1988A&AS...74....7R 2 15 165 A map of spectral indices of the galactic radio continuum emission between 408 MHz and 1420 MHz for the entire northern sky. REICH P. and REICH W.
1988AJ.....95.1162V 7 27 G 54.1+0.3 : a new Crab-like supernova remnant. VELUSAMY T. and BECKER R.H.
1988AJ.....96.1011B 4 5 The electron temperature and optical emission structure of the central component of CTB 80. BLAIR W.P., FESEN R.A. and BECKER R.H.
1988ApJ...325L..43N 31 20 Pulsars and supernova remnants. NARAYAN R. and SCHAUDT K.J.
1988ApJ...327..156V 27 59 Classification of supernovae and their remnants. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1988ApJ...327..203C 5 12 Search for linear polarization in gamma-ray sources: possible evidence for the Vela pulsar. CARAVEO P.A., BIGNAMI G.F., MITROFANOV I., et al.
1988ApJ...327..845R 1 4 24 Radio observations of the Crab-like supernova remnant 3C 58.1. I. Total intensity observations. REYNOLDS S.P. and ALLER H.D.
1988ApJ...327..853R 1 3 21 Filamentary structure in Crab-like supernova remnants. REYNOLDS S.P.
1988ApJ...328L..55K 85 10 SNR candidates from the Clark Lake Galactic plane survey. KASSIM N.E.
1988ApJ...329...82H 4 4 79 Measurements of the gas temperature and iron abundance distribution in the Coma cluster. HUGHES J.P., GORENSTEIN P. and FABRICANT D.
1988ApJ...329..693H 9 22 Ni II emission in gaseous nebulae and Seyfert galaxies. HENRY R.B.C. and FESEN R.A.
1988ApJ...329..831D 1 4 18 A TeV triple peak from PSR 1509-58 ? DE JAGER O.C., RAUBENHEIMER B.C., NORTH A.R., et al.
1988ApJ...332..199S 1 35 173 Pulsars, X-ray synchrotron nebulae and guest stars. SEWARD F.D. and WANG Z.-R.
1988ApJ...333L..19C 1 3 20 SN 1987A : limits to 400 GeV gamma-ray emission. CHADWICK P.M., DIPPER N.A., LINCOLN E.W., et al.
1988ApJ...333..729W 1 5 38 The polarization of the far-infrared radiation from the galactic center. WERNER M.W., DAVIDSON J.A., MORRIS M., et al.
1988ApJ...334..722O 16 14 On the high-energy gamma-ray signature of cosmic-ray sources. ORMES J.F., OEZEL M.E. and MORRIS D.J.
1988ApJ...334..841P 2 0 The spectrum of particles radiating in cylindrical and filament magnetic fields. PETERSON F.W.
1988ApJ...335..306R 2 9 93 Evolution of a short-period gamma-ray pulsar family: Crab, Vela, COS B source, gamma-ray burst source. RUDERMAN M. and CHENG K.S.
1988ApJS...68..715K viz 715 33 The Clark Lake 30.9 MHz galactic plane survey. KASSIM N.E.
1988MNRAS.233..305S 2 7 69 The optical polarization of the Crab pulsar. SMITH F.G., JONES D.H.P., DICK J.S.B., et al.
1988MNRAS.233..667L 15 2 126 Crab pulsar timing 1982-87. LYNE A.G., PRITCHARD R.S. and SMITH F.G.
1988MNRAS.234p..57B 6 ~ On the interpretation of pulsar braking indices. BLANDFORD R.D. and ROMANI R.W.
1988MNRAS.234..725B 151 14 A study of satellite galaxies in the rich cluster A 2029. BOWER R.G., ELLIS R.S. and EFSTATHIOU G.
1988MNRAS.235..151A 12 8 Detection of carbon recombination lines below 100 MHz towards the Galactic Centre and M 16. ANANTHARAMAIAH K.R., PAYNE H.E. and ERICKSON W.C.
1988MNRAS.235..545J 2 2 22 Excitation of small-amplitude free precession in the Crab pulsar. JONES P.B.
1988AcASn..29...33W 15 1 An X-ray investigation of Crab-like supernova remnants. WANG Z.-R.
1988ARA&A..26..295W 1 39 174 Supernovae and supernova remnants. WEILER K.W. and SRAMEK R.A.
1988AZh....65..167L 61 1 Diagnostics of the solar wind transonic region. LOTOVA N.A., NAGELIS Y.V., RUDNITSKIJ G.M., et al.
1988AZh....65..741M 3 0 On a mechanism and some peculiarities of PSR 0531+21 optical radiation. MACHABELI G.Z. and MELIKIDZE G.I.
1988AZh....65..883V 5 1 The search for secular decrease of flux densities of the Crab nebula and 3C 58 radio emission at the wavelength 3,5 M. VINYAJKIN E.N., DAGKESAMANSKIJ R.D. and IZVEKOV B.K.
1988Ast....16f...6S 9 0 The chaotic material between the stars. SHORE L.A. and SHORE S.N.
1988Ast....16l..22V 8 0 On the trail of exotic pulsars. VERSCHUUR G.L.
1988Ap&SS.147..245H 3 3 42 Metallic particles in astronomy. HOYLE F. and WICKRAMASINGHE N.C.
1988Ap&SS.147..307G 2 3 Periodicity search in sources with low count rate. GURIN L.S., BELYAEVA N.P., BISNOVATYI-KOGAN G.S., et al.
1988Ap&SS.148....3G 164 147 A revised reference catalogue of galactic supernova remnants. GREEN D.A.
1988Ap&SS.149..255T 2 5 Double-layer disk and magnetic field dynamics in the Crab nebula. TSIKARISHVILI E.G., CHAGELISHVILI G.D., CHEDIA P.V., et al.
1988BAAS...20.1047F 2 0 Gamma-ray emission in radio pulsars. FATUZZO M. and MELIA F.
1988BAAS...20.1047H 4 0 Spectra of Crab-like pulsars. HO C.
1988BAAS...20.1049B 2 1 Imaging and spectroscopy of the Crab nebula. BLAIR W.P. and LONG K.S.
1988BAAS...20.1055W 2 0 Detection of TeV gamma rays from the Crab nebula. WEEKES T.C., KWOK P., GIBBS K.G., et al.
1988BAAS...20.1056B 5 1 Observations of galactic and extra-galactic objects in the low energy gamma-ray region. BHATTACHARYA D., OWENS A., DUNPHY P., et al.
1988BAAS...20.1057V 5 0 Observations of TeV sources with a high resolution imaging Cherenkov camera. VACANTI G., LAMB R.C., LEWIS D.A., et al.
1988BAAS...20.1070S 2 0 Coded-aperture timing measurements of the Crab nebular and pulsar. STARR C.H., COOK W.R., PALMER D.M., et al.
1988ComAp..12..113K 8 11 Do pulsar magnetic fields decay ? KUNDT W.
1988EJPh....9..162C 11 0 Gamma-ray astronomy. CLEAR J.
1988IrAJ...18..157K 8 0 A time-chart of extraordinary astronomical events in Chinese history. KIANG T.
1988IzKry..79..157V 100 0 To a possible classification of radiopulsars under two types according to their nature. VLADIMIRSKY B.M.
1988IzKry..80...83V 14 1 On the probable discrete sources contribution into the total gamma-luminosity of the galaxy. VLADIMIRSKY B.M.
1988JBIS...41..373D 10 0 Future space missions in gamma-ray astronomy. DEAN J.
1988JRASC..82..179V 12 8 Supernovae and their remnants. VAN DEN BERGH S.
1988KodOB..10....1K 13 0 Introduction to supernovae phenomena. KRISHAN V.
1988KodOB..10..133V 3 0 SN 1987A : supernova remnant prospects. VELUSAMY T.
1988MmSAI..59...95S 18 0 EXOSAT observations of supernova remnants. SMITH A.
1988Natur.331...50K 3 7 100 A fast pulsar in radio nebula CTB 80. KULKARNI S.R., CLIFTON T.C., BACKER D.C., et al.
1988Natur.331..418F 1 4 27 Observation of an ionospheric disturbance caused by a gamma-ray burst. FISHMAN G.J. and INAN U.S.
1988Natur.334..225K 7 4 122 Nature, and evolution of the eclipsing millisecond binary pulsar PSR 1957+20. KLUZNIAK W., RUDERMAN M., SHAHAM J., et al.
1988NewSc.118...71G 14 0 Death and resurrection among the stars. GRAHAM-SMITH F.
1988PhR...163..155E 10 17 Gamma-ray bursts and glitching neutron stars. EPSTEIN R.I.
1988PhR...170..326B 16 52 Cygnus X-3, a critical review. BONNET-BIDAUD J.M. and CHARDIN G.
1988PAZh...14..771S 7 8 Detection of hard component in the X-ray spectrum of X-ray nova in Vulpecula. Preliminary results from Kvant module. SUNYAEV R.A., LAPSHOV I.Y., GREBENEV S.A., et al.
1988PASAu...7..490N 2 3 31 New developments in theoretical modelling of SN 1987A. NOMOTO K., SHIGEYAMA T., KUMAGAI S., et al.
1988PASAu...7..513C 5 1 Late evolution of SN 1987A. CHEVALIER R.A.
1988PASAu...7..548M 5 7 Searches for a pulsar in SN 1987A. MANCHESTER R.N.
1988QJRAS..29..301C 10 0 Observations of radio sources or 'what happened to radio stars'? CONWAY R.G.
1988S&T....75...28M 7 1 Do black holes exist ? McCLINTOCK J.
1988IAUS..129..481B 5 0 Uran, a decameter band VLBI system. BRAUDE S.J., LITVINENKO L.N. and MEGN A.V.
1988IAUCo.101....1K 10 ~ Supernova remnants and their supernovae. KIRSHNER R.P.
1988IAUCo.101...31C 11 ~ The early evolution of supernova remnants. CHEVALIER R.A.
1988IAUCo.101...55F 3 ~ 3C 58'S filamentary radial velocities, line intensities, and proper motions. FESEN R.A., KIRSHNER R.P. and BECKER R.H.
1988IAUCo.101..115S 50 ~ X-ray images of supernova remnants. SEWARD F.D.
1988IAUCo.101..183H 3 ~ (Ni II) emission in supernova remnants. HENRY R.B.C. and FESEN R.A.
1988IAUCo.101..269C 36 ~ Radio studies of supernova remnants : patterns and statistics. CASWELL J.L.
1988IAUCo.101..309B 4 ~ Shock waves, particle acceleration and non-thermal emission. BLANDFORD R.D.
1988IAUCo.101..331R 4 ~ Small-scale structure in young supernova remnants. REYNOLDS S.P.
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1990ApJS...73..781S viz 52 130 EINSTEIN observations of galactic supernova remnants. SEWARD F.D.
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1990AZh....67..549A 70 T                   1 2 4 Radio images of the
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1990Ast....18i..44K 6 0 Hubble's brave new universe. KANIPE J.
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1990BAAS...22.1271L 4 ~ HEAO 3 observation of strong variable 0.5-3 MeV emission from the Taurus region. LING J.C. and DERMER C.D.
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1990IAUC.5122....1S 5 ~ X-ray nova GRS 0831-429. SUNYAEV R.
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1990JApA...11..297U 3 5 A digital correlation receiver for the GEETEE radio telescope. UDAYA SHANKAR N. and RAVI SHANKAR T.S.
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