Eric V. Gotthelf,

Columbia Astrophysics Laboratory,
Columbia University in the City of New York,
Pupin Hall,
550 West 120th St,
New York, New York 10027

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Columbia News
Astronomers Find The Youngest Pulsar Yet In The Heart Of An Exploded Star
A team led by astronomers at Columbia University have found the youngest pulsar yet, a hot, spinning, highly-magnetized infant no larger than Manhattan, born in a massive star explosion about 700 years ago. The pulsar possesses unusual properties that may force scientists to reconsider how pulsars are created. Forward


False color picture of an exploded star in the light of X-rays (SN1006)

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UMass/Columbia Chandra X-ray survey of the Galaxy Center

Here are some of the ASCA projects which I'm working on. Feel free to contact me for further information and/or discussion.

  • UMass/Columbia Chandra X-ray survey of the Galaxy Center
  • An Atlas of ASCA Supernova Remnants
  • Some more ASCA Images
  • The ASCA Position Uncertainties
  • The ASCA SIS Catalog

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