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A Tables of Binary and Millisecond Pulsars
















PSR
P
log t c
logB
d
v t
Refs.
[ms]
[log(yr)]
[log(G)]
[kpc]
[km/s]














             
J0030+0451 4.865 9.9 8.3 0.23 < 65 [177]
J0609+2130 55.698 9.6 9.56 1.20 ? [188190Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0711-6830 5.491 10.4 8.2 1.04 139 [23Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1024-0719 5.162 9.7 8.5 0.35 45 [23Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1629-6902 6.000 10.0 8.4 1.36 ? [91Jump To The Next Citation Point]
             
J1721-2457 3.497 10.0 8.2 1.56 ? [91Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1730-2304 8.123 9.9 8.6 0.51 53 [189Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1744-1134 4.075 9.9 8.3 0.17 20 [23Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1801-1417 3.625 10.0 8.1 1.80 ? [94]
J1843-1113 1.846 9.5 8.1 1.97 ? [123Jump To The Next Citation Point]
             
B1937+21 1.558 8.4 8.6 9.65 22 [19155Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1944+0907 5.185 9.7 8.5 1.8 ? [217]
J2124-3358 4.931 9.9 8.4 0.25 67 [23320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J2235+1506 59.767 10.0 9.4 1.15 98 [55Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J2322+2057 4.808 10.2 8.2 0.78 89 [240Jump To The Next Citation Point56]















Table 2: Parameters for the 15 isolated millisecond pulsars currently known in the Galactic disk. Two of the pulsars (J0609+2130 and J2235+1506) are thought to be the descendants of high-mass binary systems. Listed are the spin period P, the base-10 logarithms of the characteristic age tc and surface magnetic field strength B (see Section 2.2), the distance d derived from the Cordes & Lasio electron density model [73, 74] or independently (when available), and the transverse speed vt inferred from d and a proper motion measurement (when available). Key publications for each pulsar are referenced to the bibliography.
























PSR
P
logtc
log B
d
vt
Pb
x
e
m2
Refs.
[ms]
[log(yr)]
[log(G)]
[kpc]
[km/s]
[days]
[s]
[Mo .]






















                     
J0045-7319 926.276 6.5 12.3 57.00 ? 51.2 174.3 0.81 8.8 [30]
J0737-3039A 22.699 8.3 9.8 0.57 ? 0.1 1.4 0.088 1.25 [44Jump To The Next Citation Point198Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0737-3039B 2773.46 7.7 12.2 0.57 ? 0.1 1.5 0.088 1.34 [44198]
J1141-6545 393.898 6.2 12.1 3.20 115 0.20 1.86 0.17 1.0 [154241]
B1259-63 47.762 5.5 11.5 4.60 ? 1237 1296 0.87 10.0 [139Jump To The Next Citation Point140]
                     
J1518+4904 40.935 10.3 9.0 0.70 27 8.63 20.04 0.25 1.3 [237238]
B1534+12 7.904 8.4 10.0 0.68 80 0.42 3.73 0.27 1.3 [343293]
J1638-4715 764 ? ? ? ? 1830 ? 0.9 > 4.5 [193]
J1740-3052 570.309 5.5 12.6 10.8 ? 231 756.9 0.58 16 [295296]
J1756-2251 28.462 8.6 9.7 2.5 ? 0.32 2.8 0.18 1.2 [93]
                     
J1811-1736 104.182 8.9 10.1 5.94 ? 18.77 34.78 0.83 0.7 [199]
B1820-11 279.828 6.5 11.8 6.26 ? 357.8 200.7 0.79 0.7 [207253]
J1829+2456 41.010 10.1 9.2 0.75 ? 1.18 7.24 0.14 1.3 [6261]
B1913+16 59.030 8.0 10.4 7.13 100 0.32 2.34 0.62 1.4 [312313]
B2303+46 1066.371 7.5 11.9 4.35 ? 12.34 32.69 0.66 1.2 [195332]























Table 3: Parameters for the 15 eccentric (e > 0.05) binary pulsars currently known that are not in globular clusters. In addition to the parameters listed in Table 2, we also give the binary period P b, the projected semi-major axis of the orbit x in units of light seconds, the orbital eccentricity e, and the companion mass m2 evaluated from the mass function assuming a pulsar mass of 1.4Mo . and an inclination angle of 60 degrees (see Section 4.4) or (when known) from independent measurements.












PSR
P
log tc
log B
d
vt
Pb
x
e
m2
Refs.
[ms]
[log(yr)]
[log(G)]
[kpc]
[km/s]
[days]
[s]
[Mo .]











                     
J0034-0534 1.877 9.9 7.9 0.98 71 1.59 1.44 < 0.00002 0.1 [22Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0218+4232 2.323 8.7 8.6 5.85 ? 2.03 1.98 < 0.00002 0.2 [235]
J0407+1607 25.702 9.7 9.2 1.30 35 669.1 106.5 0.000937 0.2 [190]
J0437-4715 5.757 9.7 8.5 0.18 121 5.74 3.37 0.000019 0.1 [138]
J0613-0200 3.062 9.7 8.2 2.19 77 1.20 1.09 0.000007 0.1 [189Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                     
J0621+1002 28.854 10.1 9.0 1.88 ? 8.31 12.03 0.0025 0.5 [57Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B0655+64 195.671 9.7 10.1 0.48 32 1.03 4.13 0.000008 0.7 [141331Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0751+1807 3.479 9.8 8.2 2.02 ? 0.26 0.40 > 0.0 0.1 [192]
B0820+02 864.873 8.1 11.5 1.43 35 1232.47 162.15 0.011868 0.2 [212331]
J1012+5307 5.256 9.8 8.4 0.52 102 0.60 0.58 < 0.0000008 0.1 [236167]
                     
J1022+1001 16.453 9.8 8.9 0.60 > 50 7.81 16.77 0.000098 0.7 [57164]
J1045-4509 7.474 10.0 8.5 3.25 52 4.08 3.02 0.000024 0.2 [189Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1157-5114 43.589 9.7 9.4 1.88 ? 3.51 14.29 0.00040 1.2 [90Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1232-6501 88.282 9.2 9.9 10.00 ? 1.86 1.61 0.00011 0.1 [54Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1257+12 6.219 9.5 8.6 0.62 281
planetary system
[346344]
                     
J1420-5625 34.117 9.9 9.2 1.74 ? 40.3 29.5 0.0035 0.4 [123]
J1435-6100 9.348 9.8 8.7 3.25 ? 1.35 6.18 0.00001 0.9 [54Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1454-5846 45.249 9.0 9.8 3.32 ? 12.42 26.52 0.0019 0.9 [54Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1455-3330 7.987 9.9 8.5 0.74 100 76.17 32.36 0.000170 0.3 [189Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1603-7202 14.842 10.2 8.7 1.64 27 6.31 6.88 > 0.0 0.3 [187Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                     
J1618-39 11.987 ? ? 4.76 ? 22.8 10.2 0.0 0.2 [91Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1640+2224 3.163 10.2 8.0 1.18 76 175.46 55.33 0.0008 0.3 [345Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1643-1224 4.622 9.7 8.4 4.86 159 147.02 25.07 0.000506 0.1 [189320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1709+2313 4.631 10.3 8.1 1.83 89 22.7 15.3 0.0000187 0.3 [171]
J1713+0747 4.570 10.0 8.3 0.89 27 67.83 32.34 0.000075 0.3 [9852]
                     
J1732-5049 5.313 9.8 8.43 1.81 ? 5.26 3.98 0.0000098 0.2 [91Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1745-0952 19.376 9.5 9.1 2.38 ? 4.94 2.38 0.0000180 0.1 [91Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1751-2857 3.915 9.7 8.3 1.40 ? 110.75 32.53 0.000128 0.2 [294Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1757-5322 8.870 9.7 8.7 1.36 ? 0.45 2.09 0.000004 0.6 [90]
B1800-27 334.415 8.5 10.9 3.62 ? 406.78 58.94 0.000507 0.1 [139]
                     
J1804-2717 9.343 9.5 8.8 1.17 ? 11.13 7.28 0.000035 0.2 [187Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1810-2005 32.822 9.6 9.3 4.04 ? 15.01 11.98 0.000025 0.3 [54Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1831-00 520.954 8.8 10.9 2.63 ? 1.81 0.72 > 0.0 0.1 [87]
J1853+1303 4.092 9.9 8.3 1.60 ? 115.65 40.8 0.0000237 0.3 [294Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1855+09 5.362 9.7 8.5 1.00 29.2 12.33 9.23 0.000022 0.2 [279155]
                     
J1904+0412 71.095 10.1 9.4 4.01 ? 14.93 9.63 0.00022 0.2 [54]
J1909-3744 2.947 9.5 8.3 0.82 143 1.53 1.89 0.00000026 0.2 [133]
J1910+1256 4.984 9.9 8.3 1.90 ? 58.47 21.1 0.0002302 0.2 [294]
J1911-1114 3.626 0.0 0.0 1.59 183 2.72 1.76 > 0.0 0.1 [187Jump To The Next Citation Point320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1918-0642 7.646 9 5.05× 10 8 4.33 × 10 1.40 ? 10.91 8.35 0.0000222 [91]
                     
B1953+29 6.133 9.5 8.6 5.39 98 117.35 31.41 0.00033 0.2 [40345Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1957+20 1.607 9.4 8.1 1.53 190 0.38 0.09 > 0.0 0.02 [10310]
J2016+1948 64.940 9.4 9.7 1.84 ? 635.0 150.7 0.00128 [234184]
J2019+2425 3.935 10.4 8.0 0.91 83 76.51 38.77 0.000111 0.3 [240239]
J2033+1734 5.949 9.9 8.4 1.38 ? 56.31 20.16 0.00013 0.2 [269]
                     
J2051-0827 4.509 9.7 8.4 1.28 14 0.10 0.05 > 0.0 0.03 [300320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J2129-5721 3.726 9.5 8.4 2.55 56 6.63 3.50 > 0.0 0.1 [187320Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J2145-0750 16.052 10.3 8.6 0.50 38 6.84 10.16 0.000019 0.4 [22320]
J2229+2643 2.978 10.4 7.9 1.43 113 93.02 18.91 0.00026 0.1 [345]
J2317+1439 3.445 10.6 7.9 1.89 68 2.46 2.31 > 0.0 0.2 [5548]











Table 4: Parameters for 50 low-eccentricity binary pulsars currently known in the Galactic disk. The parameters listed are defined in Tables 2 and 3.









PSR
P
P
Cluster
Pb
x
e
m2
Refs.
[ms]
[× 10- 20]
[days]
[s]
[M o .]









                 
J0023-7204C 5.756 - 4.98 47 Tuc [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204D 5.357 - 0.34 47 Tuc [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7205E 3.536 +9.85 47 Tuc 2.256 1.981 0.000315 0.15 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204F 2.623 +6.45 47 Tuc [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204G 4.040 - 4.21 47 Tuc [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
J0024-7204H 3.210 - 0.18 47 Tuc 2.357 2.152 0.07056 0.16 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204I 3.484 - 4.58 47 Tuc 0.229 0.038 < 0.0004 0.013 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0023-7203J 2.100 - 0.97 47 Tuc 0.120 0.040 < 0.00004 0.021 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204L 4.346 - 12.2 47 Tuc [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0023-7205M 3.676 - 3.84 47 Tuc [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
J0024-7204N 3.053 - 2.18 47 Tuc [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204O 2.643 +3.03 47 Tuc 0.135 0.045 < 0.00016 0.022 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
P 3.643 47 Tuc 0.147 0.038 0.017 [53Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204Q 4.033 +3.40 47 Tuc 1.189 1.462 0.00008 0.17 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
R 3.480 47 Tuc 0.066 0.033 0.026 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
J0024-7204S 2.830 - 12.0 47 Tuc 1.201 0.766 0.00039 0.088 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7204T 7.588 +29.3 47 Tuc 1.126 1.338 0.0004 0.16 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J0024-7203U 4.342 +9.52 47 Tuc 0.429 0.526 0.00014 0.12 [99Jump To The Next Citation Point]
V 4.810 47 Tuc 0.2 0.8 0.34 [53]
J0024-7204W 2.352 47 Tuc 0.133 0.243 0.12 [99]
                 
X 4.771 47 Tuc ? [183Jump To The Next Citation Point]
Y 2.196 47 Tuc 0.521 0.671 0.13 [183]
J0514-4002 4.990 NGC 1851 18.785 36 0.88 0.89 [100]
B1310+18A 33.163 M53 255 84 < 0.01 0.29 [166Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1342+23A 2.545 M3 ? [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
B 2.389 M3 1.42 1.9 0.20 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
C 2.166 M3 ? [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
D 5.443 M3 ? [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1516+02A 5.553 +4.12 M5 [6Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1516+02B 7.946 - 0.3 M5 6.858 3.048 0.1378 0.11 [6]
                 
C 2.484 M5 0.087 0.057 0.037 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
D 2.988 M5 1.22 1.6 0.19 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
E 3.182 M5 1.10 1.2 0.15 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1620-26 11.075 - 5.46 M4 191.442 64.809 0.025315 0.27 [284]
B1639+36A 10.377 < 4.5 M13 [166]
                 
B1639+36B 3.528 M13 1.259 1.38 < 0.001 0.15 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
C 3.722 M13 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
D 3.118 M13 0.591 0.92 0.17 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
E 2.487 M13 0.213 0.17 0.061 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1701-3006A 5.241 - 13.19 NGC 6266 3.805 3.483 < 0.000004 0.19 [256Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
J1701-3006B 3.593 - 34.97 NGC 6266 0.144 0.252 < 0.00007 0.12 [256Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1701-3006C 3.806 - 3.18 NGC 6266 0.215 0.192 < 0.00006 0.069 [256]
D 3.418 NGC 6266 1.12 0.98 0.12 [63Jump To The Next Citation Point]
E 3.234 NGC 6266 0.16 0.07 0.030 [63Jump To The Next Citation Point]
F 2.295 NGC 6266 0.20 0.05 0.018 [63Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
B1718-19 1004 +150000 NGC 6342 0.258 0.352 < 0.005 0.11 [196]
J1740-5340 3.650 +16 NGC 6397 1.354 1.652 < 0.0001 0.18 [79]
B1745-20 288.60 +40000 NGC 6440 [203]
J1748-2446A 11.563 - 3.4 Terzan 5 0.075 0.119 < 0.0012 0.087 [204]
J1748-2446C 8.436 - 60 Terzan 5 [206]
                 
D 4.713 Terzan 5 [262]
E 2.197 Terzan 5 60.06 23.6 ~ 0.02 0.21 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
F 5.540 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
G 21.671 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
H 4.925 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
I 9.570 Terzan 5 1.328 1.818 0.428 0.20 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J 80.337 Terzan 5 1.102 2.454 0.350 0.33 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
K 2.969 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
L 2.244 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
M 3.569 Terzan 5 0.443 0.596 0.13 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
N 8.666 Terzan 5 0.385 1.619 0.000045 0.46 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
O 1.676 Terzan 5 0.259 0.112 0.035 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
P 1.728 Terzan 5 0.362 1.272 0.36 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
Q 2.812 Terzan 5 > 1 ? [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
R 5.028 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
S 6.116 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
T 7.084 Terzan 5 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
U 3.289 Terzan 5 > 1 ? [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
V 2.072 Terzan 5 0.503 0.567 0.11 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
W 4.205 Terzan 5 4.877 5.869 0.015 0.29 [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
X 2.999 Terzan 5 > 1 ? [266Jump To The Next Citation Point]
Y 2.048 Terzan 5 1.17 1.16 0.13 [266]
Z 2.462 Terzan 5 ? ? [233Jump To The Next Citation Point]
AA 5.788 Terzan 5 ? ? [233Jump To The Next Citation Point]
AB 5.12 Terzan 5 ? ? [233Jump To The Next Citation Point]
AC 5.09 Terzan 5 ? ? [233Jump To The Next Citation Point]
AD 1.40 Terzan 5 ? ? [233Jump To The Next Citation Point]
AE 3.66 Terzan 5 ? ? [233Jump To The Next Citation Point]
AF 3.30 Terzan 5 ? ? [233]
J1750-37 111.61 NGC 6441 17.3 24.4 0.71 0.57 [255Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
B1802-07 23.100 +47 NGC 6539 2.616 3.920 0.212 0.29 [76316]
J1803-30 7.101 NGC 6522 [255]
J1807-24A 3.059 NGC 6544 0.071 0.012 0.0089 [264]
B 4.186 NGC 6544 ? [63Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B1820-30A 5.440 +338 NGC 6624 [35Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
B1820-30B 378.6 +3150 NGC 6624 [35]
C 405.9 NGC 6624 [63]
B1821-24 3.054 +161 M28 [197]
J1905+01A 3.193 NGC 6749 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B 4.968 NGC 6749 [265Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
J1911-5958A 3.266 +0.30 NGC 6752 0.837 1.206 < 0.00001 0.18 [78Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1910-5959B 8.357 - 79 NGC 6752 [78Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1911-6000C 5.277 +0.2 NGC 6752 [78Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1910-5959D 9.035 +96 NGC 6752 [78Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1910-5959E 4.571 - 43 NGC 6752 [78]
                 
J1911+0102A 3.618 - 0.65 NGC 6760 0.140 0.037 < 0.00013 0.017 [101Jump To The Next Citation Point]
J1911+0101B 5.384 - 0.2 NGC 6760 [101]
J1953+18A 4.888 M71 0.176 0.078 0.032 [265]
B2127+11A 110.664 - 2107 M15 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B2127+11B 56.133 +956 M15 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
B2127+11C 30.529 +499 M15 0.335 2.518 0.681 0.92 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B2127+11D 4.802 -107 M15 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B2127+11E 4.651 +17 M15 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B2127+11F 4.027 +3 M15 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B2127+11G 37.660 +195 M15 [4Jump To The Next Citation Point]
                 
B2127+11H 6.743 +2 M15 [4]
J2140-23A 11.019 - 5.18 M30 0.234 < 0.00012 0.10 [267Jump To The Next Citation Point]
B 13.0 M30 > 0.1 > 0.52 [267]









Table 5: Parameters for the 108 pulsars currently known in globular clusters. In addition to the parameters defined in Tables 2 and 3, we also list the measured spin period derivative P and name of associated cluster.


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