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FAST GC Pulsar Discoveries

2020-12-27

        The tables below list all globular clusters with new pulsars discovered or confirmed by FAST science group. We give relevant references on each pulsar whenever they are available, please cite these if possible. We will keep this page updated. We also wish this page useful for you in pulsar studies! If it is, please footnote the URL in your paper. Thanks!      

         Related sites:
         Paulo Freire’s GC Pulsar Catalog: http://www.naic.edu/~pfreire/GCpsr.html

         PRESTO Home: https://www.cv.nrao.edu/~sransom/presto/

         PRESTO Github: https://github.com/scottransom/presto         

         ATNF Pulsar Catalog: https://www.atnf.csiro.au/research/pulsar/psrcat/expert.html

         Pulsar Survey Scraper: http://hosting.astro.cornell.edu/~deneva/tabscr/tabscr.php 

         GC Fundamental Parameters: https://people.smp.uq.edu.au/HolgerBaumgardt/globular/            

         Suggestions, error report, and contact: panzcatbao.ac.cn

Globular Cluster Pulsars Discovered or Confirmed by FAST Science Group
Discovery Date PSR Name DM  P0 (ms) P1 PB (day) A1 (lt) T0 ECC OM Mcompanion Note Reference
20201216 M10A 43.9 4.73                Need Confirmation  
20201216 M10B 43.355 3.67                   
20210220 M12A 42.5 2.36               Binary  
20181219 M14A 82.1 1.98  9.53E-20 0.2278 0.0471 58681.71 0 0 0.016 Black Widow  
20201030 M14B 81 8.52                Binary  
20201030 M14C 80 8.46                Binary  
20201030 M14D 78.8 2.89  With JUMPs 0.7428 0.7548 58681.21 0 0 0.125 Eclipsing Redback  
20201127 M14E 80.4 2.28  With JUMPs 0.8463 1.1018 58806.85 0 0 0.17 Eclipsing Redback  
20201216 M15I 67.3 5.12                   
20201216 M2A 43.3 10.15                Binary  
20201216 M2B 43.8 6.97                Binary  
20201216 M2C 44.1 3.00                Binary  
20201216 M2D 43.6 4.22                Binary  
20201217 M2E 43.8 3.70                Binary  
20201210 M3E 26.541 5.47                Binary  
20201219 M3F 26.467 4.40                Binary  
20201021 M53B 25.965 6.24                Binary  
20201021 M53C 26.106 12.53    i i i i i i Isolated  
20201025 M53D 24.6 6.07                Binary  
20201201 M5F 29.4 2.65  With JUMPs 1.6095 1.953 59202.48 0 0 0.2 Binary  
20201020 M71B 119 79.90                   
20201020 M71C 116.2 28.93                   
20201120 M71D 119.038 100.67                Need Confirmation  
20171019 M92A 35.45 3.16  3.71E-19 0.2008 0.3987 58353.55 0 0 0.18 Eclipsing Redback Pan et al. 2020
20190628 NGC6517E 183.29 7.60  -1.03E-18 i i i i i i Isolated  
20190701 NGC6517F 183.713 24.89  -2.67E-18 i i i i i i Isolated  
20190701 NGC6517G 185.3 51.59  7.99E-20 i i i i i i Isolated  
20201124 NGC6517H 179.6 5.64  3.60E-18 i i i i i i Isolated  
20201124 NGC6517I 177.8 3.25    i i i i i i Isolated  
20190628 NGC6712A 155.2 2.15  -2.38E-21 0.1483 0.0492 58685.64 0 0 0.0227 Black Widow      Nearly Eclipsing  
                         
                         
20200924 M3A 26.5 2.54    0.1359 0.0256 58831.08 0 0 0.0125 Black Widow Hessels et al. 2007
                         
                         
1, Results only come from timing solutions are here;
2, We only detected M10A for once from the only two observation. Need confirmation.
3, The period of M10B is possible to be its 2nd harmonic. Need more observation to time this pulsar.
4,  We only detected M71D for once from the only two observation. Need confirmation.
5, We detected M3A for twice. Its orbital period is short than the observation time, thus we can obtain its orbital parameters.
                         
Last updated: 2021-02-21