Physics and Astronomy
Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series 365
ASP Conference Series
We describe the use of pulsars to study small-scale neutral structure in the interstellar medium (ISM). Because pulsars are high velocity objects, the pulsarEarth line of sight sweeps rapidly across the ISM. Multiepoch measurements of pulsar interstellar spectral line spectra therefore probe ISM structures on AU scales. We review pulsar measurements of small scale structure in HI and OH and compare these results with those obtained through other techniques.
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Weisberg, Joel M., and S. Stanimirovi´c., "Pulsar Studies of Tiny-Scale Structure in the Neutral ISM". Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series 365, vol. 28, no. , 2006. . Available at: https://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0701771v1. [Online]. Accessed via Faculty Work. Physics and Astronomy. Carleton Digital Commons. https://digitalcommons.carleton.edu/phys_faculty/5
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