Schedule summary for 2018APR




 
Project
Code
PI Dates Title
BLSiemion04 Apr-07 Apr
09 Apr
17 Apr-21 Apr
25 Apr-29 Apr
22 May-26 May
28 May-01 Jun
04 Jun-06 Jun
08 Jun
09 Jun
14 Jun-18 Jun
28 Jun-02 Jul
04 Jul-07 Jul
10 Jul
24 Jul-28 Jul
03 Aug
04 Aug
06 Aug-08 Aug
14 Aug-18 Aug
21 Aug-25 Aug
27 Aug-31 Aug
05 Sep
11 Sep-14 Sep
21 Sep
Breakthrough Listen
ShutdownSmith30 Apr-18 MayMaintenance shutdown
P455Burgay07 Apr
08 Apr
26 May
28 May
07 Jun
08 Jun
04 Jul
06 Jul
04 Aug
05 Aug
24 Sep
26 Sep
Timing & geodetic precession in the double pulsar
P456Hobbs01 Apr-04 Apr
21 Apr-24 Apr
21 May-23 May
31 May-02 Jun
04 Jun
22 Jun-25 Jun
12 Jul-15 Jul
28 Jul-31 Jul
09 Aug
10 Aug
16 Aug
17 Aug
19 Aug
20 Aug
31 Aug-02 Sep
15 Sep
16 Sep
A millisecond pulsar timing array
P574Dai14 Apr
27 May
19 Jun
22 Jul
26 Aug
21 Sep
Young Pulsar Timing: Probing the Physics of Pulsars and Neutron Stars
P595Hobbs13 Apr
25 May
21 Jun
05 Jul
03 Aug
06 Aug
11 Sep
24 Sep
PULSE@Parkes (Pulsar Student Exploration online at Parkes)
P737Hobbs05 Apr
12 Apr
15 Apr
18 May-20 May
25 May
31 May
04 Jun
12 Jun
21 Jun
26 Jun
25 Jul
03 Aug
28 Aug
28 Sep-30 Sep
Instrumental calibration for pulsar observing at Parkes
P789Spiewak03 AprTiming of Binary & Millisecond Pulsars Discovered at Parkes
P798Mader04 Aug
05 Aug
01 Sep
A search for Methylidyne and Hydroxyl in the Musca Dark Cloud
P860Cameron26 Apr
27 Apr
22 May
23 May
28 Jun
29 Jun
06 Aug
07 Aug
13 Sep
14 Sep
Initial Follow-up of Pulsar Discoveries from the HTRU Galactic Plane Survey
P863Hobbs02 AprAnalysis of state switching pulsars
P885Camilo08 Apr
13 Apr
20 Apr
29 Apr
22 May
30 May
05 Jun
13 Jun
21 Jun
28 Jun
04 Jul
10 Jul
21 Jul
28 Jul
04 Aug
10 Aug
20 Aug
29 Aug
05 Sep
12 Sep
17 Sep
27 Sep
Understanding the Remarkable Behaviour of Radio Magnetars
P892Keane07 Apr-09 Apr
11 Apr-13 Apr
15 Apr-20 Apr
25 Apr-29 Apr
24 May
29 May
06 Jun-16 Jun
18 Jun
20 Jun
07 Jul
08 Jul
10 Jul-12 Jul
21 Jul
24 Jul-27 Jul
31 Jul
01 Aug
05 Aug-08 Aug
11 Aug
13 Aug-15 Aug
25 Aug
28 Aug-30 Aug
04 Sep
13 Sep
14 Sep
17 Sep
26 Sep
28 Sep
SUPERBx - The SUrvey for Pulsars & Extragalactic Radio Bursts Extension
P895Hobbs13 Apr
20 May
17 Jun
23 Jul
10 Aug
20 Sep
Where are the gravitational waves?
P902Mader06 AprCH
P941PapittoNAPACatching the rebirth of a millisecond pulsar in NGC2808 and NGC 6256 after an X-ray bright accretion event
P945PossentiNAPACatching the first transitional pulsar in an early-type binary system
P953Moss26 Jun
27 Jun
29 Jun-03 Jul
05 Jul
06 Jul
20 Aug
22 Aug-24 Aug
27 Aug
The hidden iceberg structure of the halo with Parkes
P958Shannon05 Apr
06 Apr
08 Apr
11 Apr
12 Apr
17 Apr-19 Apr
29 May
05 Jun
06 Jun
12 Jun
19 Jun-21 Jun
30 Jun
07 Jul
08 Jul
16 Jul
26 Jul
01 Aug
03 Aug
14 Aug
16 Aug
Searching for repetition from ASKAP fast radio bursts
P960Mader11 Jul
12 Jul
04 Sep
06 Sep
11 Sep
12 Sep
P963Johnston23 SepMapping the magnetosphere of interpulse pulsars
P964CalebNAPAA follow-up campaign for MeerTRAP FRBs with the Parkes telescope
P965Oslowski03 Aug-11 Aug
13 Aug-16 Aug
Wideband timing observations of J1933-6211
P970Dai25 Aug
27 Sep
28 Sep
30 Sep
Searching for millisecond pulsars towards unidentified Fermi sources using the Ultra-wideband receiver
P973Kaczmarek22 Sep
26 Sep
Parkes resolves the cold gas detected by ASKAP in distant radio galaxies
P976Polzin01 Jun
17 Jun
08 Jul
21 Sep-24 Sep
27 Sep
29 Sep
Wide-band characterisation of the radio eclipses of black widows and redbacks
P977Leahy09 Jun-11 JunA Wide-band survey of the Scorpio field in support of EMU/POSSUM
P981Bailes01 Sep
23 Sep
24 Sep
28 Sep
Commissioning a new real-time coherent dedisperser
PX500Li10 Apr
11 Apr
23 Apr
24 Apr
03 Jun
04 Jun
25 Jun
26 Jun
09 Jul
10 Jul
15 Jul
16 Jul
02 Aug
03 Aug
12 Aug
13 Aug
03 Sep
04 Sep
25 Sep
26 Sep
FAST: category 1
PX501Li07 Apr
14 Apr
20 Apr
28 Apr
29 Apr
25 May-28 May
10 Jun
12 Jun
30 Jun
01 Jul
21 Jul
22 Jul
18 Aug
21 Aug-23 Aug
05 Sep
16 Sep
18 Sep
26 Sep
FAST: category 2
VLBIPhillips16 Jul-21 Jul
06 Sep-11 Sep
VLBI



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