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Paper: Glitches from the Young Pulsar J1833-1034
Volume: 407, The Low-Frequency Radio Universe
Page: 299
Authors: Roy, J.; Gupta, Y.; Lewandowski, W.
Abstract: We present preliminary results from out timing study of the young pulsar, PSR J1833-1034, in the supernova remnant G21.5-0.9. From the detailed behaviour of the timing residuals, we are able to infer the occurrence of as many as three glitches over a span of 3.5 years. The fractional change of the rotational frequency during these glitches is found to be in the range 1×10-9 to 3×10-9. The final model fitted to the timing data yields accurate estimates for the period, its first and second derivatives, and hence a plausible value of the braking index.
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