Binary and Millisecond Pulsars at 6.1 Acknowledgments

7 Appendix: Tables of Binary and Millisecond Pulsars


Name     P  [ms]     tex2html_wrap_inline9705     tex2html_wrap_inline9707     d  [kpc]     tex2html_wrap_inline9031  [km/s]    Ref.

J0030+0451 4.865 9.9 8.3 0.23 < 65      [127]
J0711-6830 5.491 10.4 8.2 1.04 139      [20Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1024-0719 5.162 9.7 8.5 0.35 45      [20Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]

J1730-2304 8.123 9.9 8.6 0.51 53      [135Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1744-1134 4.075 9.9 8.3 0.17 20      [20Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1937+21 1.558 8.4 8.6 9.65 22      [17117Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]

J2124-3358 4.931 9.9 8.4 0.25 67      [20250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J2235+1506 59.767 10.0 9.4 1.15 98      [51Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J2322+2057 4.808 10.2 8.2 0.78 89      [182Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article52]

  
Table 2: Parameters for the 9 isolated millisecond pulsars currently known in the Galactic disk. Listed are the spin period P, the base-10 logarithms of the characteric age tex2html_wrap_inline9011 and surface magnetic field strength B (§  2.4.1), the distance d derived from the Taylor & Cordes electron density model [235Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article] or independently (when available), and the transverse speed tex2html_wrap_inline9031 inferred from d and a proper motion measurement (when available). Key publications for each pulsar are referenced to the bibliography.



Name       P  [ms]     tex2html_wrap_inline9705     tex2html_wrap_inline9707     d  [kpc]   tex2html_wrap_inline9031  [km/s]     tex2html_wrap_inline9007  [days]          x  [s]          e     tex2html_wrap_inline9055  [tex2html_wrap_inline9097]    Ref.

J1141-6545 393.898 6.2 12.1 3.20 ? 0.20 1.86 0.17 1.0      [116]
B1259-63 47.762 5.5 11.5 4.60 ? 1236.72 1296.58 0.87 10.0      [109Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article110]
J1518+4904 40.935 10.3 9.0 0.70 27 8.63 20.04 0.25 1.3      [179180]

B1534+12 37.904 8.4 10.0 0.68 80 0.42 3.73 0.27 1.3      [270220]
J1740-3052 570.309 5.5 12.6 10.8 ? 231.03 756.91 0.58 16      [159]
J1811-1736 104.182 8.9 10.1 5.94 ? 18.77 34.78 0.83 0.7      [147]

B1820-11 279.828 6.5 11.8 6.26 ? 357.76 200.67 0.79 0.7      [155193]
B1913+16 59.030 8.0 10.4 7.13 100 0.32 2.34 0.62 1.4      [239240]
B2303+46 1066.371 7.5 11.9 4.35 ? 12.34 32.69 0.66 1.2      [143256]

  
Table 3: Parameters for the 9 high-eccentricity ( e> 0.15) binary pulsars currently known in the Galactic disk. Listed are the spin period P, the base-10 logarithms of the characteric age tex2html_wrap_inline9011 and surface magnetic field strength B (§  2.4.1), the distance d derived from the Taylor & Cordes electron density model [235Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article] or independently (when available), the transverse speed tex2html_wrap_inline9031 inferred from d and a proper motion measurement (when available), the binary period tex2html_wrap_inline9007, the projected semi-major axis of the orbit x in units of light seconds, the orbital eccentricity e, and the companion mass tex2html_wrap_inline9055 evaluated from the mass function assuming a pulsar mass of tex2html_wrap_inline9057 and an inclination angle of 60 degrees (§  4.4) or (when known) from independent measurements. Key publications for each pulsar are referenced to the bibliography.



Name       P  [ms]     tex2html_wrap_inline9705     tex2html_wrap_inline9707     d  [kpc]   tex2html_wrap_inline9031  [km/s]     tex2html_wrap_inline9007  [days]          x  [s]             e     tex2html_wrap_inline9055  [tex2html_wrap_inline9097]    Ref.

J0034-0534 1.877 9.9 7.9 0.98 71 1.59 1.44 < 0.00002 0.1      [19Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0218+4232 2.323 8.7 8.6 5.85 ? 2.03 1.98 < 0.00002 0.2      [175]
J0437-4715 5.757 9.7 8.5 0.18 121 5.74 3.37 0.000019 0.1      [108]
J0613-0200 3.062 9.7 8.2 2.19 77 1.20 1.09 0.000007 0.1      [135Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0621+1002 28.854 10.1 9.0 1.88 ? 8.31 12.03 0.0025 0.5      [50Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B0655+64 195.671 9.7 10.1 0.48 32 1.03 4.13 0.000008 0.7      [111258Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0751+1807 3.479 9.8 8.2 2.02 ? 0.26 0.40 > 0.0 0.1      [140]
B0820+02 864.873 8.1 11.5 1.43 35 1232.47 162.15 0.011868 0.2      [161258]
J1012+5307 5.256 9.8 8.4 0.52 102 0.60 0.58   < 0.0000008 0.1      [177125]
J1022+1001 16.453 9.8 8.9 0.60 > 50 7.81 16.77 0.000098 0.7      [50121]

J1045-4509 7.474 10.0 8.5 3.25 52 4.08 3.02 0.000024 0.2      [135Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1157-5114 43.589 9.7 9.4 1.88 ? 3.51 14.29 0.00040 1.2      [75Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1232-6501 88.282 9.2 9.9 10.00 ? 1.86 1.61 0.00011 0.1      [49Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1257+12 6.219 9.5 8.6 0.62 281 ---- planetary system ----      [273271]
J1435-6100 9.348 9.8 8.7 3.25 ? 1.35 6.18 0.00001 0.9      [49Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1454-5846 45.249 9.0 9.8 3.32 ? 12.42 26.52 0.0019 0.9      [49Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1455-3330 7.987 9.9 8.5 0.74 100 76.17 32.36 0.000170 0.3      [135Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1603-7202 14.842 10.2 8.7 1.64 27 6.31 6.88 > 0.0 0.3      [134Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1640+2224 3.163 10.2 8.0 1.18 76 175.46 55.33 0.0008 0.3      [272Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1643-1224 4.622 9.7 8.4 4.86 159 147.02 25.07 0.000506 0.1      [135250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]

J1713+0747 4.570 10.0 8.3 0.89 27 67.83 32.34 0.000075 0.3      [8046]
J1757-5322 8.870 9.7 8.7 1.36 ? 0.45 2.09 0.000004 0.6      [75]
B1800-27 334.415 8.5 10.9 3.62 ? 406.78 58.94 0.000507 0.1      [109]
J1804-2717 9.343 9.5 8.8 1.17 ? 11.13 7.28 0.000035 0.2      [134Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J1810-2005 32.822 9.6 9.3 4.04 ? 15.01 11.98 0.000025 0.3      [49Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1831-00 520.954 8.8 10.9 2.63 ? 1.81 0.72 > 0.0 0.1      [70]
B1855+09 5.362 9.7 8.5 1.00 29.2 12.33 9.23 0.000022 0.2      [214117]
J1904+0412 71.095 10.1 9.4 4.01 ? 14.93 9.63 0.00022 0.2      [49]
J1911-1114 3.626 0.0 0.0 1.59 183 2.72 1.76 > 0.0 0.1      [134Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1953+29 6.133 9.5 8.6 5.39 98 117.35 31.41 0.00033 0.2      [38272Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]

B1957+20 1.607 9.4 8.1 1.53 190 0.38 0.09 > 0.0 0.02      [838]
J2019+2425 3.935 10.4 8.0 0.91 83 76.51 38.77 0.000111 0.3      [182181]
J2033+1734 5.949 9.9 8.4 1.38 ? 56.31 20.16 0.00013 0.2      [201]
J2051-0827 4.509 9.7 8.4 1.28 14 0.10 0.05 > 0.0 0.03      [225250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J2129-5721 3.726 9.5 8.4 2.55 56 6.63 3.50 > 0.0 0.1      [134250Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J2145-0750 16.052 10.3 8.6 0.50 38 6.84 10.16 0.000019 0.4      [19250]
J2229+2643 2.978 10.4 7.9 1.43 113 93.02 18.91 0.00026 0.1      [272]
J2317+1439 3.445 10.6 7.9 1.89 68 2.46 2.31 > 0.0 0.2      [5142]

  
Table 4: Parameters for 38 low-eccentricity binary pulsars currently known in the Galactic disk. Listed are the spin period P, the base-10 logarithms of the characteric age tex2html_wrap_inline9011 and surface magnetic field strength B (§  2.4.1), the distance d derived from the Taylor & Cordes electron density model [235] or independently (when available), the transverse speed tex2html_wrap_inline9031 inferred from d and a proper motion measurement (when available), the binary period tex2html_wrap_inline9007, the projected semi-major axis of the orbit x in units of light seconds, the orbital eccentricity e (when measured), and the companion mass tex2html_wrap_inline9055 evaluated from the mass function assuming a pulsar mass of tex2html_wrap_inline9057 and an inclination angle of 60 degrees (§  4.4) or (when known) from independent measurements. Key publications for each pulsar are referenced to the bibliography.



PSR       P  [ms]      Cluster       d  [kpc]       tex2html_wrap_inline9007  [days]       x  [s]          e       tex2html_wrap_inline9055  [tex2html_wrap_inline9097]    Ref.

J0023-7204C 5.757 47 Tuc 4.5              [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204D 5.358 47 Tuc 4.5              [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7205E 3.536 47 Tuc 4.5 2.26 1.98 0.0003 0.2      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204F 2.624 47 Tuc 4.5              [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204G 4.040 47 Tuc 4.5              [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204H 3.210 47 Tuc 4.5 2.36 2.15 0.07 0.2      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204I 3.485 47 Tuc 4.5 0.23 0.04 < 0.001 0.01      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0023-7203J 2.101 47 Tuc 4.5 0.12 0.04   < 0.0002 0.02      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204L 4.346 47 Tuc 4.5              [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0023-7205M 3.677 47 Tuc 4.5              [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]

J0024-7204N 3.054 47 Tuc 4.5              [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204O 2.643 47 Tuc 4.5 0.14 0.05 < 0.004 0.02      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-72P 3.643 47 Tuc 4.5 0.14 0.04 > 0.0 0.02      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7204Q 4.033 47 Tuc 4.5 1.19 1.46 0.00007 0.2      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-72R 3.480 47 Tuc 4.5 0.066 0.033 > 0.0 0.03      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-72S 2.830 47 Tuc 4.5 1.20 0.77 > 0.0 0.09      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article82]
J0024-7204T 7.589 47 Tuc 4.5 1.13 1.34 0.0004        [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-7203U 4.343 47 Tuc 4.5 0.43 0.53 0.0002        [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article81]
J0024-72V 4.810 47 Tuc 4.5 ---- currently no orbital solution ----      [47Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
J0024-72W 2.352 47 Tuc 4.5 0.11 0.24 > 0.0 0.15      [47]

B1310+18 33.163 M53 18.9 55.80 84.20 0.002 0.3      [124Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1516+02A 5.554 M5 7.0              [6Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1516+02B 7.947 M5 7.0 6.86 3.04 0.14        [6]
B1620-26 11.076 M4 1.8 91.44 64.81 0.03 0.3      [14424715245]
B1639+36A 10.378 M13 7.7              [124Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1639+36B 3.528 M13 7.7 1.26 1.39 0.005 0.2      [124]
J1701-30 5.242   NGC6266 6.7 3.81 3.48 > 0.0 0.2      [62Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1718-19 1004.037 NGC6342 7.0 0.26 0.35 > 0.0 0.1      [145]
J1740-53 3.650 NGC6397 2.2 1.35 1.66 > 0.0 0.2      [62Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1744-24A 11.563 Terzan5 7.1 0.08 0.12 > 0.0 0.1      [151183]

J1748-2446C 8.436 Terzan5 7.1              [154]
B1745-20 288.603 NGC6440 5.8              [150Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1802-07 23.101 NGC6539 3.1 2.62 3.92 0.21 0.3      [61246]
J1807-24 3.059 NGC6544 2.5 0.071 0.012 > 0.0 0.009      [19962Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1820-30A 5.440 NGC6624 8.0              [33Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B1820-30B 378.596 NGC6624 8.0              [33150]
B1821-24 3.054 M28 5.5              [146]
J1910-59 3.266 NGC6752 3.9 0.865 1.27 > 0.0 0.19      [62]
J1910+0004 3.619 NGC6760 4.1 0.14 0.04 > 0.0 0.02      [67]
B2127+11A 110.665 M15 10.0              [2744Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]

B2127+11B 56.133 M15 10.0              [5Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article4Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B2127+11C 30.529 M15 10.0 0.34 2.52 0.68 0.9      [54Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B2127+11D 4.803 M15 10.0              [195Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article4Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B2127+11E 4.651 M15 10.0              [1954Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B2127+11F 4.027 M15 10.0              [4Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B2127+11G 37.660 M15 10.0              [4Jump To The Next Citation Point In The Article]
B2127+11H 6.743 M15 10.0              [4]

  
Table 5: Parameters for the 47 pulsars currently known in globular clusters. Listed are the spin period P, cluster name and the distance d to the cluster. For binary pulsars we also list the binary period tex2html_wrap_inline9007, the projected semi-major axis of the orbit x in units of light seconds, the orbital eccentricity e, and the companion mass tex2html_wrap_inline9055 evaluated from the mass function assuming a pulsar mass of tex2html_wrap_inline9057 and an inclination angle of 60 degrees (§  4.4) or (when known) from independent measurements. Key publications for each pulsar are referenced to the bibliography.




Binary and Millisecond Pulsars at 6.1 Acknowledgments

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