Pulsar ALFA Survey Project

Welcome to the Pulsar ALFA Survey page! The goal of the survey is to find not only a large sample of pulsars, but also rare objects that are useful for probing fundamental aspects of neutron star physics and testing theories of gravity and gravitational physics, among other goals.

This page is for internal use of the Consortium only, so don't disseminate its address. For general information on our survey, here is our public page.

The material archived here includes documentation, observation logs and pulsar detections and re-detections, as well as various miscellaneous stuff. Please help keep it up to date!

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Note to Updaters: Please make sure that the file permissions are correctly assigned.
chgrp palfa *; chmod 664 *  (or 775 for directories)

Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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