BATSE - Burst and Transient Source Experiment
on the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory

BATSE Pulsar Studies at Caltech

The BATSE Pulsar Project (a collaborative effort between the Caltech High-Energy Astrophysics Group and the BATSE Instrument Team at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center) is a comprehensive program for the detection and study of accreting binary pulsars. The project uses the 8 large area detectors of the Burst and Transient Source Experiment (BATSE) on the Compton Gamma Ray Observatory (GRO), which provide a nearly continuous all-sky monitor of gamma-rays in the 20 keV to 1 MeV energy range.

Further information on GRO can be obtained from the Compton Observatory Science Support Center. Pretty pictures are found in here.

- The BATSE Pulsar Group at Caltech -

- The BATSE Pulsar Group at NASA/MSFC -

- BATSE Tables and Diagrams -

- Preprints/Reprints -

- Other Caltech Astrophysics Home Pages -

- Other Caltech Home Pages -

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