Low-radio-frequency eclipses of the redback pulsar J2215 5135 observed in the image plane with LOFARReport as inadecuate




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1 University of Southampton Southampton, UK 2 Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics 3 LASP - Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics Boulder 4 CSIRO - CSIRO Astronomy & Space Science 5 AI PANNEKOEK - Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek 6 Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy ASTRON 7 Astrophysics, Oxford - Astrophysics, Oxford 8 GW - George Washington University 9 Laboratoire AIM 10 USN - Unité Scientifique de la Station de Nançay 11 Thüringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg 12 Radboud university Nijmegen 13 LPC2E - Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie de l-Environnement et de l-Espace 14 IMAPP - Institute for Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics 15 MPIFR - Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastronomie 16 Astrophysics, University of Oxford 17 Institute for Astronomy, University of Amsterdam, The Netherland 18 LESIA - Laboratoire d-études spatiales et d-instrumentation en astrophysique

Abstract : The eclipses of certain types of binary millisecond pulsars i.e. -black widows- and -redbacks- are often studied using high-time-resolution -beamformed- radio observations. However, they may also be detected in images generated from interferometric data. As part of a larger imaging project to characterize the variable and transient sky at radio frequencies



Author: J. W. Broderick - R. P. Fender - R.P. Breton - A. J. Stewart - A Rowlinson - J. D. Swinbank - J W T Hessels - T. D. Staley - A. J

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