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Reprinted Articles
George Greenstein, excerpt from Frozen Star, New American Library Trade, p. 13-31 (May 1985).
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Hewish, Bell, et al., "Observation of a Rapidly Pulsating Radio Source," Nature vol 217, p.709 (24 Feb. 1968).
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"Discovery of Optical Signals from Pulsar NP 0532." W.J. Cocke, M.J. Disney, and D.J. Taylor. Nature, February 8, 1969, volume 221, p. 525.
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John Cocke's notes on the observations made with Michael Disney at Steward Observatory on the night of January 15, 1969.
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"Pulsars for the Beginner." Phillip DiLavore and James R. Wayland. The Physics Teacher, May 1971, p. 232.
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"A Pulsar Detected Optically."
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Table of contents from David and Smith, ed., The Crab Nebula,
Inernational Astronomical Union Symposium no. 46, Aug. 5-7, 1970
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Kitt Peak National Observatory Observing Time Request
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