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The following is a compilation of all publicly-announced gamma-ray pulsars detected using the Fermi LAT. Each of the detections has been vetted by the LAT team, typically requiring a pulsed-detection significance of at least 4 sigma before announcement. We attempt to ensure that the information presented here is correct, but we strongly encourage users to consult the cited literature as the definitive source of information. Note that this list does not include all pulsars found in radio searches of LAT sources or other radio pulsars associated with LAT sources unless gamma-ray pulsations have been detected. To prevent inadvertent disclosure of private information, Edot column is only populated for pulsars whose discoveries have already been published, not just announced at a conference. Another warning: Edots in this list are NOT corrected for the Shklovskii effect.

Timing models (i.e. par files) for most published gamma-ray pulsars are available from the FSSC at this page . And, a list of all LAT published papers is available here . NB: When referencing particulars of any individual published pulsar, please cite the original papers and not this URL.

Last Updated: 2018 October 19   Fun Fact: There were 117 pulsars in 2PC and there are now 234 pulsars here, and 117 x 2 = 234.
# everything below this line is machine-generated

Summary Statistics

Total number of pulsars: 234

  • Young, radio selected: 67
  • Young, gamma selected: 59
  • Young, X-ray selected: 5
  • MSP, radio selected : 100
  • MSP, gamma selected : 3
  • Found in radio searches of LAT sources : 58
  • EGRET/COMPTEL pulsars: 7

Fermi LAT List of Detected Gamma-Ray Pulsars

Name

RAJ (deg)

DECJ (deg)

P (ms)

Edot

Codes

Refs

PSR J0002+6216

0.74

62.27

115.36

1.5e+35

gu

P201,64

PSR J0007+7303

1.75

73.05

315.87

4.5e+35

g

1,6,14,23,38,45

PSR J0023+0923

5.82

9.39

3.05

1.5e+34

mbrup

P6,45

PSR J0030+0451

7.61

4.86

4.87

3.5e+33

mr

5,7,14,45

PSR J0034-0534

8.59

-5.58

1.88

2.9e+34

mbr

15,45

PSR J0101-6422

15.30

-64.38

2.57

1.1e+34

mbrup

39,P10,45

PSR J0102+4839

15.71

48.66

2.96

1.7e+34

mbrup

P6,45

PSR J0106+4855

16.60

48.93

83.16

2.9e+34

gu

32,45

PSR J0205+6449

31.41

64.83

65.74

3e+37

x

4,14,45

PSR J0218+4232

34.53

42.54

2.32

2.4e+35

mbr

7,14,45

PSR J0248+4230

42.13

42.51

2.60

3.8e+34

mrup

P200,70

PSR J0248+6021

42.08

60.36

217.11

2.1e+35

r

14,26,45

PSR J0251+2606

42.76

26.10

2.54

mbrup

P200,60

PSR J0307+7443

46.98

74.72

3.16

2.2e+34

mbrup

P6,42

PSR J0318+0253

49.56

2.88

5.19

mur

73

PSR J0340+4130

55.10

41.51

3.30

7.5e+33

mrup

P6,45,55

PSR J0357+3205

59.47

32.09

444.10

5.9e+33

gu

6,14,23,45

PSR J0359+5414

59.86

54.25

79.43

1.3e+36

gu

P201,64

PSR J0437-4715

69.32

-47.25

5.76

1.2e+34

mbr

7,14,45

PSR J0514-4407

78.72

-44.14

320.31

2.5e+33

r

70

PSR J0533+6759

83.48

67.99

4.39

5.7e+33

mrup

53

PSR J0534+2200

83.63

22.01

33.00

4.6e+38

re

11,14,45

PSR J0540-6919

85.05

-69.33

50.50

1.5e+38

x

P18,65

PSR J0554+3107

88.52

31.13

464.96

5.6e+34

gu

P201,51

PSR J0605+3757

91.27

37.96

2.73

9.5e+33

mbrup

53

PSR J0610-2100

92.56

-21.01

3.86

8.4e+33

mbr

P12,44,45

PSR J0613-0200

93.43

-2.01

3.06

1.5e+34

mbr

7,14,45

PSR J0614-3329

93.54

-33.50

3.15

2.2e+34

mbrup

22,45

PSR J0621+2514

95.30

25.23

2.72

4.8e+34

mbrup

53

PSR J0622+3749

95.54

37.82

333.21

2.7e+34

gu

32,45

PSR J0631+0646

97.97

6.77

110.98

1e+35

gu

P201,64

PSR J0631+1036

97.86

10.62

287.77

1.7e+35

r

12,14,45

PSR J0633+0632

98.43

6.54

297.40

1.2e+35

gu

6,14,23,45

PSR J0633+1746

98.48

17.77

236.97

3.2e+34

xe

14,20,45

PSR J0636+5129

99.02

51.48

2.87

mbr

P24,75

PSR J0659+1414

104.95

14.24

384.91

3.8e+34

r

12,14,45

PSR J0729-1448

112.32

-14.81

251.66

2.8e+35

r

45

PSR J0729-1836

112.38

-18.61

510.15

r

P24,75

PSR J0734-1559

113.69

-15.99

155.14

1.3e+35

gu

P8,45

PSR J0737-3039A

114.46

-30.66

22.70

5.9e+33

mbr

P15

PSR J0740+6620

115.19

66.34

2.89

2e+34

mbr

P19,59

PSR J0742-2822

115.70

-28.38

166.75

1.4e+35

r

12,14,45

PSR J0751+1807

117.79

18.13

3.48

7.3e+33

mbr

7,14,45

PSR J0835-4510

128.84

-45.18

88.97

7e+36

re

3,14,17,45

PSR J0908-4913

137.15

-49.22

106.76

4.9e+35

r

P9,45

PSR J0922+0638

140.56

6.64

430.66

6.8e+33

r

P200,68

PSR J0931-1902

142.83

-19.05

4.64

1.4e+33

mr

P19,52,59

PSR J0940-5428

145.24

-54.48

87.55

1.9e+36

r

P9,45

PSR J0955-6150

148.83

-61.84

2.00

mbrup

P23,61

PSR J1012-4235

153.05

-42.60

3.10

mru

P23,61

PSR J1016-5857

154.09

-58.95

107.39

2.6e+36

r

P4,45

PSR J1019-5749

154.97

-57.82

162.50

1.8e+35

r

P13,45

PSR J1023-5746

155.76

-57.77

111.47

1.1e+37

gu

21,45

PSR J1024-0719

156.16

-7.32

5.16

5.3e+33

mr

P12,44,45

PSR J1028-5819

157.12

-58.32

90.99

8.4e+35

r

P12,2,14,45

PSR J1035-6720

158.86

-67.34

2.87

7.7e+34

mgu

72

PSR J1036-8317

159.17

-83.30

3.41

mbrup

P23,61

PSR J1044-5737

161.14

-57.62

139.03

8e+35

gu

21,45

PSR J1048-5832

162.05

-58.53

123.61

2e+36

r

10,14,39,45

PSR J1055-6028

163.91

-60.48

99.66

1.2e+36

r

P17,45,56

PSR J1057-5226

164.50

-52.45

197.24

3e+34

re

14,19,45

PSR J1057-5851

164.29

-58.85

620.35

1.7e+34

gu

P201,64

PSR J1105-6037

166.25

-60.62

194.93

1.2e+35

gu

P201,64

PSR J1105-6107

166.36

-61.13

63.19

2.5e+36

r

P13,45

PSR J1111-6039

167.95

-60.66

106.67

gu

P25

PSR J1112-6103

168.06

-61.06

64.97

4.5e+36

r

45

PSR J1119-6127

169.81

-61.46

407.75

2.3e+36

r

P3,34,45

PSR J1124-3653

171.00

-36.89

2.41

1.7e+34

mbrup

P6,45

PSR J1124-5916

171.16

-59.27

135.48

1.2e+37

r

14,23,45

PSR J1125-5825

171.43

-58.42

3.10

8.1e+34

mbr

30,45

PSR J1125-6014

171.48

-60.24

2.63

mbr

P24,75

PSR J1135-6055

173.78

-60.93

114.49

2.1e+36

gu

P11,45

PSR J1137+7528

174.26

75.47

2.51

7.9e+33

mbrup

53

PSR J1142+0119

175.71

1.33

5.08

4.5e+33

mbrup

53

PSR J1151-6108

177.99

-61.14

101.63

3.9e+35

r

68

PSR J1207-5050

181.84

-50.84

4.84

2.1e+33

mrup

P200,70

PSR J1208-6238

182.06

-62.63

440.52

1.5e+36

gu

P201,63

PSR J1224-6407

186.09

-64.13

216.45

1.9e+34

r

P19,69

PSR J1227-4853

186.99

-48.90

1.69

9e+34

mbrup

57,70

PSR J1231-1411

187.80

-14.20

3.68

1.8e+34

mbrup

22,45

PSR J1301+0833

195.41

8.57

1.84

mbrup

69

PSR J1302-3258

195.61

-32.98

3.77

mbrup

55

PSR J1311-3430

197.94

-34.51

2.56

4.9e+34

mbgup

46,47

PSR J1312+0051

198.19

0.85

4.23

9.3e+33

mbrup

53

PSR J1327-0755

201.99

-7.93

2.68

mbr

P24,75

PSR J1341-6220

205.43

-62.34

193.34

1.4e+36

r

P21,68

PSR J1350-6225

207.68

-62.43

138.16

1.3e+35

gu

P201,64

PSR J1357-6429

209.26

-64.49

166.11

3.1e+36

r

28,29,45

PSR J1410-6132

212.60

-61.54

50.05

1e+37

r

P9,45

PSR J1413-6205

213.37

-62.09

109.74

8.3e+35

gu

21,45

PSR J1418-6058

214.68

-60.96

110.57

5e+36

gu

6,14,23,45

PSR J1420-6048

215.03

-60.80

68.18

1e+37

r

12,14,45

PSR J1422-6138

215.62

-61.64

340.97

9.6e+34

gu

P201,51

PSR J1429-5911

217.49

-59.19

115.84

7.7e+35

gu

21,45

PSR J1431-4715

217.94

-47.26

2.01

6.8e+34

mbr

P200,68

PSR J1446-4701

221.65

-47.02

2.19

3.8e+34

mbr

30,45

PSR J1455-3330

223.95

-33.51

7.99

1.9e+33

mbr

P19,59,45

PSR J1459-6053

224.88

-60.89

103.15

9.1e+35

gu

6,14,23,45

PSR J1509-5850

227.36

-58.85

88.92

5.2e+35

r

12,14,45

PSR J1513-2550

228.35

-25.84

2.12

9e+34

mbrup

53

PSR J1513-5908

228.48

-59.14

150.66

1.8e+37

xe

18,45

PSR J1514-4946

228.58

-49.77

3.59

1.6e+34

mbrup

39,42,45

PSR J1522-5734

230.52

-57.58

102.14

1.2e+36

gu

P201,51

PSR J1528-5838

232.10

-58.63

355.75

2.2e+34

gu

P201,64

PSR J1531-5610

232.87

-56.18

84.20

9e+35

r

P9,45

PSR J1536-4948

234.10

-49.82

3.08

2.9e+34

mbrp

P200,70

PSR J1543-5149

235.93

-51.83

2.06

7.3e+34

mbr

50

PSR J1544+4937

236.02

49.63

2.16

1.2e+34

mbrup

49,70

PSR J1552+5437

238.22

54.62

2.43

7.7e+33

mr

67,71

PSR J1600-3053

240.22

-30.90

3.60

8.1e+33

mbr

P6,44,45

PSR J1614-2230

243.65

-22.51

3.15

1.3e+34

mbr

7,14,45

PSR J1620-4927

245.17

-49.46

171.93

8.1e+34

gu

32,45

PSR J1622-0315

245.75

-3.26

3.85

7.9e+33

mbrup

53

PSR J1623-5005

245.77

-50.09

85.11

2.7e+35

gu

P201,64

PSR J1624-4041

246.04

-40.69

167.86

4e+34

gu

P201,64

PSR J1628-3205

247.03

-32.10

3.21

mbrup

69

PSR J1630+3734

247.65

37.58

3.32

1.1e+34

mbrup

53

PSR J1640+2224

250.07

22.40

3.16

3.5e+33

mbr

P17,45,56

PSR J1641-5317

250.32

-53.30

175.11

2.7e+34

gu

74

PSR J1646-4346

251.71

-43.78

231.60

3.6e+35

r

P21,68

PSR J1648-4611

252.09

-46.19

164.95

2.1e+35

r

P1,45

PSR J1650-4601

252.58

-46.02

127.06

2.9e+35

gu

P201,64

PSR J1658-5324

254.66

-53.40

2.44

3.2e+34

mrup

39,42,45

PSR J1702-4128

255.72

-41.48

182.14

3.4e+35

r

P13,45

PSR J1705-1906

256.40

-19.11

298.99

6.1e+33

r

P17,45,56

PSR J1709-4429

257.43

-44.49

102.46

3.4e+36

re

14,19,45

PSR J1713+0747

258.46

7.79

4.57

3.5e+33

mbr

P12,44,45

PSR J1714-3830

258.58

-38.51

84.14

gu

P25

PSR J1718-3825

259.56

-38.42

74.68

1.3e+36

r

12,14,45

PSR J1730-2304

262.59

-23.08

8.12

1.5e+33

mr

P19,59

PSR J1730-3350

262.64

-33.84

139.49

1.2e+36

r

P9,45

PSR J1731-4744

262.93

-47.74

829.88

r

P24,75

PSR J1732-3131

263.14

-31.52

196.54

1.5e+35

gu

6,14,23,45

PSR J1732-5049

263.20

-50.82

5.31

3.7e+33

mbr

P17,45,56

PSR J1739-3023

264.92

-30.39

114.37

3e+35

r

P19,69

PSR J1740+1000

265.11

10.00

154.08

r

P24,75

PSR J1741-2054

265.49

-20.90

413.70

9.5e+33

gu

6,9,14,23,45

PSR J1741+1351

265.38

13.86

3.75

2.2e+34

mbr

44,45

PSR J1744-1134

266.12

-11.58

4.07

5.2e+33

mr

7,14,45

PSR J1744-7619

266.00

-76.32

4.69

3.7e+33

mgu

72

PSR J1745+1017

266.39

10.30

2.65

5.3e+33

mbrup

48

PSR J1746-3239

266.73

-32.67

199.54

3.3e+34

gu

32,45

PSR J1747-2958

266.82

-29.97

98.81

2.5e+36

r

14,45

PSR J1747-4036

266.95

-40.62

1.65

1.2e+35

mrup

39,42,45

PSR J1757-2421

269.37

-24.37

234.08

r

P24,75

PSR J1801-2451

270.25

-24.86

124.92

2.6e+36

r

P9,45

PSR J1803-2149

270.79

-21.82

106.33

6.4e+35

gu

32,45

PSR J1805+0615

271.43

6.26

2.13

mbrup

P200,60

PSR J1809-2332

272.46

-23.56

146.79

4.3e+35

g

6,14,23,45

PSR J1810+1744

272.66

17.74

1.66

4e+34

mbrup

P6,45

PSR J1811-2405

272.83

-24.09

2.66

2.8e+34

mbr

50

PSR J1813-1246

273.35

-12.77

48.07

6.2e+36

gu

6,14,23,45

PSR J1816-0755

274.10

-7.92

217.64

r

P24,75

PSR J1816+4510

274.15

45.18

3.19

5.2e+34

mbru

37,42

PSR J1817-1742

274.29

-17.70

149.74

2.4e+35

gu

74

PSR J1823-3021A

275.92

-30.36

5.44

8.3e+35

mr

P7,36,45

PSR J1824-2452A

276.13

-24.87

3.05

2.2e+36

mr

45,48

PSR J1826-1256

276.54

-12.94

110.22

3.6e+36

g

6,14,23,45

PSR J1827-1446

276.85

-14.77

499.19

1.4e+34

gu

P201,64

PSR J1828-1101

277.08

-11.03

72.05

1.6e+36

r

P19,69

PSR J1831-0952

277.89

-9.87

67.27

1.1e+36

r

P19,69

PSR J1832-0836

278.11

-8.62

2.72

1.7e+34

mr

P200,68

PSR J1833-1034

278.39

-10.57

61.88

3.4e+37

r

14,45

PSR J1835-1106

278.83

-11.10

165.91

1.8e+35

r

P13,45

PSR J1836+5925

279.06

59.42

173.26

1.1e+34

g

6,14,16,23,45

PSR J1837-0604

279.43

-6.08

96.29

2e+36

r

P19,69

PSR J1838-0537

279.73

-5.62

145.71

5.9e+36

gu

40,45

PSR J1841-0524

280.45

-5.41

445.83

r

P24,75

PSR J1843-1113

280.92

-11.23

1.85

6e+34

mr

P17,45,56

PSR J1844-0346

281.14

-3.78

112.85

4.3e+36

gu

P201,64

PSR J1846+0919

281.61

9.33

225.55

3.4e+34

gu

21,45

PSR J1853-0004

283.35

-0.08

101.44

r

P24,75

PSR J1855-1436

283.98

-14.60

3.59

9.3e+33

mbrup

53

PSR J1856+0113

284.04

1.22

267.45

4.3e+35

r

P19,69

PSR J1857+0143

284.39

1.73

139.76

4.5e+35

r

P19,69

PSR J1858-2216

284.57

-22.28

2.38

1.1e+34

mbrup

42,45,53

PSR J1902-5105

285.51

-51.10

1.74

6.8e+34

mbrup

39,42,45

PSR J1903-7051

285.91

-70.86

3.60

9.9e+34

mbrup

62

PSR J1906+0722

286.63

7.38

111.48

1e+36

gu

P201,58

PSR J1907+0602

286.98

6.04

106.63

2.8e+36

g

6,13,14,23,45

PSR J1908+2105

287.24

21.08

2.56

mbrup

P200,60

PSR J1909-3744

287.45

-37.74

2.95

2.2e+34

mbr

68

PSR J1913+0904

288.34

9.08

163.25

1.6e+35

r

P17,45,56

PSR J1913+1011

288.33

10.19

35.91

r

P24,75

PSR J1921+0137

290.38

1.62

2.50

4.9e+34

mbrup

53

PSR J1925+1720

291.36

17.34

75.66

r

P24,75

PSR J1928+1746

292.18

17.77

68.73

r

P24,75

PSR J1932+1916

293.08

19.28

208.21

4.1e+35

gu

P201,51

PSR J1932+2220

293.10

22.35

144.49

r

P24,75

PSR J1935+2025

293.92

20.43

80.12

4.7e+36

r

P200,68

PSR J1939+2134

294.91

21.58

1.56

1.1e+36

mr

31,45

PSR J1946-5403

296.64

-54.06

2.71

mbrup

P23,61

PSR J1946+3417

296.60

34.29

3.17

mbr

P24,75

PSR J1952+3252

298.24

32.88

39.49

3.7e+36

re

14,19,45

PSR J1954+2836

298.58

28.60

92.71

1e+36

gu

21,45

PSR J1957+5033

299.41

50.56

374.81

5.3e+33

gu

21,45

PSR J1958+2846

299.67

28.76

290.39

3.4e+35

gu

6,14,23,45

PSR J1959+2048

299.90

20.80

1.61

1.6e+35

mbr

31,45

PSR J2006+3102

301.55

31.03

163.70

2.2e+35

r

P200,68

PSR J2017-1614

304.44

-16.24

2.31

7.8e+33

mbrup

53

PSR J2017+0603

304.34

6.05

2.90

1.3e+34

mbrup

24,45

PSR J2017+3625

304.48

36.42

166.75

1.2e+34

gu

P201,64

PSR J2021+3651

305.27

36.86

103.73

3.4e+36

r

8,14,45

PSR J2021+4026

305.38

40.45

265.32

1.2e+35

g

6,14,23,33,45

PSR J2022+3842

305.59

38.70

48.58

x

P22

PSR J2028+3332

307.08

33.53

176.71

3.5e+34

gu

32,45

PSR J2030+3641

307.50

36.69

200.13

3.2e+34

ru

P2,35,45

PSR J2030+4415

307.72

44.26

227.07

2.2e+34

gu

32,45

PSR J2032+4127

308.06

41.46

143.25

2.7e+35

gbu

6,9,14,23,45

PSR J2042+0246

310.50

2.80

4.53

6e+33

mbru

53

PSR J2043+1711

310.84

17.19

2.38

1.5e+34

mbrup

P5,41,45

PSR J2043+2740

310.93

27.68

96.15

5.6e+34

r

14,27,45

PSR J2047+1053

311.79

10.89

4.29

1.1e+34

mbrup

42,45

PSR J2051-0827

312.78

-8.46

4.51

5.5e+33

mbr

43,44,45

PSR J2052+1219

313.20

12.33

1.99

mbrup

P200,60

PSR J2055+2539

313.95

25.67

319.56

4.9e+33

gu

21,45

PSR J2111+4606

317.85

46.11

157.83

1.4e+36

gu

32,45

PSR J2124-3358

321.18

-33.98

4.93

6.9e+33

mr

7,14,45

PSR J2129-0429

322.44

-4.49

7.61

mbrup

54

PSR J2139+4716

324.98

47.27

282.85

3.1e+33

gu

32,45

PSR J2205+6015

331.39

60.22

2.42

mbr

P200

PSR J2208+4056

332.01

40.93

636.96

r

P24,75

PSR J2214+3000

333.66

30.01

3.12

1.8e+34

mbrup

22,45

PSR J2215+5135

333.89

51.59

2.61

5.2e+34

mbrup

P6,45

PSR J2229+6114

337.27

61.24

51.63

2.2e+37

r

10,14

PSR J2234+0944

338.70

9.74

3.63

1.6e+34

mbrup

54

PSR J2238+5903

339.62

59.06

162.73

8.9e+35

gu

6,14,23

PSR J2240+5832

340.18

58.54

139.94

2.2e+35

r

26

PSR J2241-5236

340.43

-52.61

2.19

2.5e+34

mbrup

25

PSR J2256-1024

344.23

-10.41

2.29

mbr

P6,45

PSR J2302+4442

345.70

44.71

5.19

3.7e+33

mbrup

24

PSR J2310-0555

347.53

-5.93

2.61

1.1e+34

mbrup

53

PSR J2317+1439

349.29

14.66

3.45

2.3e+33

mbr

P200,68

PSR J2339-0533

354.91

-5.55

2.88

2.2e+34

mbrup

P16,45,66

Codes

b

Pulsar is in a binary system.

e

Pulsar was detected in gamma rays by EGRET/COMPTEL.

g

Discovered in Fermi-LAT gamma-ray data.

m

Millisecond pulsar.

p

Pulsar was discovered by the Pulsar Search Consortium.

r

Discovered in the radio and/or gamma-ray pulsations detected using the radio ephemeris.

u

Discovered using a Fermi-LAT seed position.

x

Discovered in the X-ray and/or gamma-ray pulsations detected using the X-ray ephemeris.

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2

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4

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5

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6

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7

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8

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9

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10

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11

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12

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13

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14

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15

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16

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17

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18

Detection of the energetic pulsar PSR B1509-58 and its pulsar wind nebula in MSH 15-52 using the Fermi Large Area Telescope, A.A. Abdo et al., 2010, ApJ, 714, 927 (10.1088/0004-637X/714/1/927)

19

Fermi Large Area Telescope Observations of Gamma-ray Pulsars PSR J1057-5226, J1709-4429, and J1952+3252, A.A. Abdo et al., 2010, ApJ, 720, 26 (10.1088/0004-637X/720/1/26)

20

Fermi LAT observations of the Geminga pulsar, A.A. Abdo et al., 2010, ApJ, 720, 272 (10.1088/0004-637X/720/1/272)

21

Eight gamma-ray pulsars discovered in blind frequency searches of Fermi LAT data, P.M. Saz Parkinson et al., 2010, ApJ, 725, 571 (10.1088/0004-637X/725/1/571)

22

Three Radio Millisecond Pulsars in Fermi LAT Unassociated Bright Sources, S.M. Ransom et al., 2011, ApJ, 727, L16 (10.1088/2041-8205/727/1/L16)

23

Precise Gamma-Ray Timing and Radio Observations of 17 Fermi Gamma-Ray Pulsars, P.S. Ray et al., 2011, ApJS, 194, 17 (10.1088/0067-0049/194/2/17)

24

Discovery of two millisecond pulsars with the Nancay radio telescope, I. Cognard et al., 2011, ApJ, 732, 47 (10.1088/0004-637X/732/1/47)

25

Discovery of millisecond pulsars in radio searches of southern Fermi LAT sources, M.J. Keith et al., 2011, MNRAS, 414, 1292 (10.1111/j.1365-2966.2011.18464.x)

26

PSRs J0248+6021 and J2240+5832, young pulsars in the northern galactic plane: Discovery, timing, and gamma-ray observations, G. Theureau et al., 2011, A&A 525, A94 (10.1051/0004-6361/201015317)

27

Radio and Gamma-Ray Constraints on the Emission Geometry and Birth Place of PSR J2043+2740, A. Noutsos et al., 2011, ApJ, 728, 77 (10.1088/0004-637X/728/2/77)

28

Discovery of gamma- and X-ray pulsations from the young and energetic PSR J1357-6429 with Fermi and XMM-Newton, M. Lemoine-Goumard et al., 2011, A&A, 533, 102 (10.1051/0004-6361/201117413)

29

VLT observations of the two Fermi pulsars PSR J1357-6429 and PSR J1048-5832, R.P. Mignani et al., 2011, A&A, 533, 102 (10.1051/0004-6361/201117318)

30

The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar Survey IV: Polarisation and discovery of millisecond pulsars, M.J. Keith et al., 2012, MNRAS, 419, 1752 (10.1111/j.1365-2966.2011.19842.x)

31

Pulsed Gamma Rays from the Original Millisecond and Black Widow Pulsars: a case for Caustic Radio Emission?, L. Guillemot et al., 2012, ApJ, 744, 33 (10.1088/0004-637X/744/1/33)

32

Discovery of Nine Gamma-Ray Pulsars in Fermi LAT Data Using a New Blind Search Method, H.J. Pletsch et al., 2012, ApJ, 744, 105 (10.1088/0004-637X/744/2/105)

33

The X-ray counterpart of LAT PSR J2021+4026, M.C. Weisskopf et al., 2011, ApJ, 743,74 (10.1088/0004-637X/743/1/74)

34

Observations of Energetic High Magnetic Field Pulsars with the Fermi Large Area Telescope, D. Parent et al., 2011, ApJ, 743, 170 (10.1088/0004-637X/743/2/170)

35

PSR J2030+3641: radio discovery and gamma-ray study of a middle-aged pulsar in the now identified Fermi-LAT source 1FGL J2030.0+3641, F. Camilo, et al., 2012, ApJ, 746, 39 (10.1088/0004-637X/746/1/39)

36

Fermi Detection of a Luminous Gamma-Ray Pulsar in a Globular Cluster, P.C.C. Freire et al., Science, 334, 1107 (10.1126/science.1207141)

37

Discovery of the Optical/Ultraviolet/Gamma-ray Counterpart to the Eclipsing Millisecond Pulsar J1816+4510, D.L. Kaplan et al., 2012, ApJ, 753, 174 (10.1088/0004-637X/753/2/174)

38

PSR J0007+7303 in the CTA1 Supernova Remnant: New Gamma-Ray Results from Two Years of Fermi Large Area Telescope Observations, A.A. Abdo et al., 2012, ApJ, 744, 146 (10.1088/0004-637X/744/2/146)

39

Five New Millisecond Pulsars from a Radio Survey of 14 Unidentified Fermi-LAT Gamma-Ray Sources, M. Kerr et al., 2012, ApJ, 748, 2 (10.1088/2041-8205/748/1/L2)

40

PSR J1838-0537: Discovery of a Young, Energetic Gamma-Ray Pulsar, H.J. Pletsch et al., 2012, ApJ, 755, 20 (10.1088/2041-8205/755/1/L20)

41

Discovery of the millisecond pulsar PSR J2043+1711 in a Fermi source with the Nancay Radio Telescope, L. Guillemot et al., 2012, MNRAS, 422, 1294 (10.1111/j.1365-2966.2012.20694.x)

42

Radio Searches of Fermi LAT Sources and Blind Search Pulsars: The Fermi Pulsar Search Consortium, P.S. Ray et al., 2011 Fermi Symposium proceedings - eConf C11050 (http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.3089)

43

Discovery of Gamma-Ray Pulsation and X-Ray Emission from the Black Widow Pulsar PSR J2051-0827, J.H.K. Wu et al., 2012, ApJ, 748, 141 (10.1088/0004-637X/748/2/141)

44

New millisecond pulsars detected by the Fermi Large Area Telescope and the radio/gamma-ray connection, C.M. Espinoza et al., 2012, MNRAS, 430, 571 (10.1093/mnras/sts657)

45

The Second Fermi Large Area Telescope Catalog of Gamma-ray Pulsars, A.A. Abdo et al., 2013, ApJS, 208, 17 (10.1088/0067-0049/208/2/17)

46

Binary Millisecond Pulsar Discovery via Gamma-Ray Pulsations, H.J. Pletsch et al., 2012 Science Express (http://www.sciencemag.org/content/early/2012/10/24/science.1229054.abstract)

47

Radio Detection of the Fermi LAT Blind Search Millisecond Pulsar J1311-3430, P.S. Ray et al., 2013, ApJL, 763, L13 (10.1088/2041-8205/763/1/L13)

48

Pulsar searches of Fermi unassociated sources with the Effelsberg telescope, E.D. Barr et al.,2013, MNRAS 429, 1633 (10.1093/mnras/sts449)

49

GMRT discovery of PSR J1544+4937, an eclipsing black-widow pulsar identified with a Fermi LAT source, B. Bhattacharyya et al., 2013, ApJL, 773, 12 (10.1088/2041-8205/773/1/L12)

50

The High Time Resolution Universe Pulsar SurveyX: Discovery and timing of four millisecond pulsars and further timing of 12, C. Ng et al., 2014, MNRAS, 439, 1865 (10.1093/mnras/stu067)

51

Einstein@Home discovery of four young gamma-ray pulsars in Fermi LAT data, H.J. Pletsch et al., 2013, ApJL, 779, 11 (10.1088/2041-8205/779/1/L11)

52

More GBT Drift Scan Discoveries, R. Lynch et al., in prep.

53

Discovery of Ten Millisecond Pulsars in Fermi LAT Unassociated sources with the GBT, Sanpa-Arsa et al., 2016, doctoral thesis (https://libra2.lib.virginia.edu/downloads/bn999674d?filename=1_Sanpa-arsa...pdf)

54

Fermi Large Area Telescope Second Source Catalog, P.L. Nolan et al., 2012, ApJSS, 199, 31 (10.1088/0067-0049/199/2/31)

55

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56

Six faint gamma-ray pulsars seen with the Fermi Large Area Telescope. Towards a sample blending into the background, X. Hou et al., 2014, A&A, 570, 44 (10.1051/0004-6361/201424294)

57

Discovery of PSR J1227-4853: A Transition from a Low-mass X-Ray Binary to a Redback Millisecond Pulsar, Roy et al., 2014, ApJL, 800, 12 (10.1088/2041-8205/800/1/L12)

58

PSR J1906+0722: An Elusive Gamma-Ray Pulsar, C. Clark et al., 2015, ApJL 809, L2 (10.1088/2041-8205/809/1/L2)

59

The Gamma-ray MSP Deathline, Revisited - New velocity and distance measurements, L. Guillemot et al., 2016, A&A, 587, A109 (10.1051/0004-6361/201527847)

60

Six New Millisecond Pulsars from Arecibo Searches of Fermi Gamma-Ray Sources, H.T Cromartie et al., 2016, ApJ, 819, 34 (10.3847/0004-637X/819/1/34)

61

Timing and Fermi LAT analysis of 4 millisecond pulsars discovered in Parkes radio searches of gamma-ray sources, P. Ray et al, 2016, in prep

62

Parkes Radio Searches of Fermi Gamma-Ray Sources and Millisecond Pulsar Discoveries, F. Camilo et al., 2015, ApJ, 810, 85 (10.1088/0004-637X/810/2/85)

63

The Braking Index of a Radio-quiet Gamma-Ray Pulsar, C. Clark et al., 2016, ApJL, 832, L13 (10.3847/2041-8205/832/1/L15)

64

The Einstein@Home Gamma-ray Pulsar Survey - I. Search Methods, Sensitivity, and Discovery of New Young Gamma-Ray Pulsars, C. Clark et al., 2017, ApJ, 834, 106 (10.3847/1538-4357/834/2/106)

65

An extremely bright gamma-ray pulsar in the Large Magellanic Cloud, M. Ackermann et al., 2015, Science, 350, 801 (10.1126/science.aac7400)

66

Gamma-Ray Timing of Redback PSR J2339-0533: Hints for Gravitational Quadrupole Moment Changes, H. Pletsch & C. Clark, 2015, ApJ, 807, 18 (10.1088/0004-637X/807/1/18)

67

A Millisecond Pulsar Discovery in a Survey of Unidentified Fermi gamma-ray Sources with LOFAR, Z. Pleusis et al., 2017, submitted

68

Gamma-Ray Pulsars with Fermi, Smith et al., 11th INTEGRAL Conference, 2017 (https://arxiv.org/abs/1706.03592)

69

Fermi Large Area Telescope Third Source Catalog, F. Acero et al., 2015, ApJSS, 218, 23 (10.1088/0067-0049/218/2/23)

70

Search for Pulsars and Transients with the GMRT, B. Bhattacharyya, 2017, IAU Symposium 337, submitted (https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.04518)

71

Targeted millisecond pulsar surveys of Fermi gamma-ray sources with LOFAR, C.G. Bassa, et al., 2017, IAU Symposium 337, submitted (https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.05225)

72

Einstein@Home discovers a radio-quiet gamma-ray millisecond pulsar, Clark et al Science Advances Vol. 4, no. 2, eaao7228 (2018) (https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aao7228)

73

FAST Discovery of a New Millisecond Pulsar (MSP) toward the Fermi-LAT unassociated source 3FGL J0318.1+0252, Pei Wang, Colin Clark, et al. (http://www.astronomerstelegram.org/?read=11584)

74

A blind-search survey for gamma-ray pulsars, Colin Clark (doctoral thesis) (https://www.tib.eu/en/search/id/TIBKAT%3A893543918/A-blind-search-survey-for-gamma-ray-pulsars)

75

Searching a Thousand Radio Pulsars for Gamma-ray Emission, Smith, Bruel, Cognard et al. ApJ to be submitted Fall 2018 (https://www-glast.stanford.edu/cgi-prot/pub_download?id=1546)

P1

Using Spectroscopy to Detect Pulsars, M. Kerr et al., HEAD 2010

P2

Searching For Radio Pulsars in Fermi LAT Sources, F. Camilo, Gev and Tev Sources in the Milky Way (http://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/science/conf/gevtev/june16/FernandoAspen.pdf)

P3

Fermi Pulsars - the Highlights, P. den Hartog, Astrophysics of Neutron Stars 2010

P4

Fermi LAT Pulsars in the Carina Region, A. Belfiore et al., Pulsar Conference 2010

P5

Multiwavelength analysis of four gamma-ray millisecond pulsars, L. Guillemot et al., Pulsar Conference 2010

P6

A 350-MHz GBT Survey of 50 Faint Fermi Gamma-ray Sources for Radio Millisecond Pulsars, J.W.T. Hessels et al., 2011, AIPC, 1537, 40 (10.1063/1.3615072)

P7

First gamma-ray pulsations from the MSP J1823-3021A in NGC 6624, D. Parent, Pulsar Conference 2010

P8

Status and Prospects of Fermi LAT Pulsar Blind Searches, P.M. Saz Parkinson, Pulsar Conference 2010 (http://arXiv.org/abs/1101.3096)

P9

Tracking down the highest spindown power gamma-ray pulsars, X. Hou et al., Fermi Symposium, 2011 (https://confluence.slac.stanford.edu/download/attachments/102860834/poster_gammaPSR_HighSpindown.pdf)

P10

Five New Millisecond Pulsars From a Parkes Survey of LAT Sources, M. Kerr et al., Fermi Symposium, 2011 (https://confluence.slac.stanford.edu/download/attachments/102860834/fivemsps.pdf)

P11

Blind Searches for Gamma-ray Pulsars in 2 years of Fermi LAT data, P.M. Saz Parkinson et al., Fermi Symposium, 2011 (https://confluence.slac.stanford.edu/download/attachments/102860834/PSP_Fermi_Symposium_2011_v3.pdf)

P12

Gamma-ray Pulsars with the Fermi LAT, D. Smith et al., Fermi Symposium, 2011 (http://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/science/symposium/2011/program/session14/Smith_FermiPSRs.pdf)

P13

NASAs Fermi Finds Youngest Millisecond Pulsar, NASA Press Release (http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/GLAST/news/young-pulsar.html)

P14

Pulsations from PSR B1821-24 in M28 Using Reprocessed Pass7 LAT Data, T.J. Johnson et al., Fermi Symposium, 2012 (https://confluence.slac.stanford.edu/download/attachments/127600125/TJJ_B1821_Fermi2012_v6.pdf)

P15

Chasing Famous Millisecond Pulsars with the Fermi Large Area Telescope, T.J. Johnson et al., AAS Meeting, 2013 (https://confluence.slac.stanford.edu/download/attachments/128451923/TJJ_221AAS_v4.pdf)

P16

Discovering new MSPs in gamma rays with Fermi-LAT, A. Belfiore et al., Physical Applications of Millisecond Pulsars, 2013 (http://aspen13.phys.wvu.edu/aspen_talks/Belfiore_Gamma_Ray_Searches.pdf)

P17

New Fermi-LAT Gamma-ray Pulsars Using Radio Ephemerides, X. Hou et al., XMM-Newton 2013 Science Workshop, 2013 (http://xmm.esac.esa.int/external/xmm_science/workshops/2013_science/presentations/XHou_p.pdf)

P18

The Magellanic Clouds: Galactic science outside the Milky Way, P. Martin et al., Fermi Symposium, Nagoya, 2014

P19

New pulsars detected in gamma-rays with the Fermi-LAT, H. Laffon et al., Fermi Symposium, Nagoya, 2014 (https://arxiv.org/abs/1502.03251)

P20

Personal Communication, F. Camilo, 2014

P21

Recent results from the Parkes Timing Program, M. Kerr et al., Fermi Symposium, Washington, 2015

P22

Does PSR J2022+3842 emit gamma-rays?, H. Ohuchi et al., Fermi Symposium, Washington 2015

P23

Timing and Fermi LAT Analysis of Four Millisecond Pulsars Discovered in Parkes Radio Searches of Gamma-ray Sources, Ray et al., AAS Meeting, January 2016

P24

Searching a Thousand Radio Pulsars to find Faint Gamma-ray Emission, 8th Fermi Symposium, Baltimore, October 2018 (https://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/science/mtgs/symposia/2018/program/wed/Matthew_Kerr.pdf)

P25

Discovery of two energetic gamma-ray pulsars powering supernova remnants MSH 11-62 and CTB 37A, 8th Fermi Symposium, Baltimore, October 2018 (https://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/science/mtgs/symposia/2018/program/wed/Pablo_Saz_Parkinson.pdf)

P200

Personal communication with discoverers; Barr (Parkes), Desvignes (Nancay), Bhattacharyya/Roy (GMRT),

P201

Einstein@Home Gamma-ray Pulsar Discoveries in Fermi-LAT Data, H. Pletsch and C. Clark (http://einsteinathome.org/gammaraypulsar/FGRP1_discoveries.html)

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