Multi-wavelength pulsars study : Long-term timing of XMM, HESS and GLAST sources with the Nancay radiotelescope

Abstract : We present here the current Nançay observing program gathering the pulsar french community around the radio follow-up of X- and gamma-ray pulsars for the building of a complete multi-wavelength sample. The goal of this project is double : 1) provide strong constraints on the physics and emission mechanisms of pulsars , 2) guarantee the success of pulsar harvest at high energy by providing good and contemporaneous ephemerides for folding the few gamma and X-ray photons . The community is well involved in the last generation of gamma-ray and X-ray detectors and the availability of the NRT and its dedicated backend BON represents a very good opportunity for acquiring the necessary and complementary radio data.
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Gilles Theureau, Ismaël Cognard, D. Smith, N. Webb, Y. Gallant. Multi-wavelength pulsars study : Long-term timing of XMM, HESS and GLAST sources with the Nancay radiotelescope. SF2A-2006: 26ème Semaine de l'Astrophysique Française, Jun 2006, Paris, France. pp.197-200. ⟨in2p3-00135989⟩

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