The Memo Series
The NANOGrav Memo Series is an internally-vetted set of publications focusing on detailed explorations of NANOGrav research topics and operations.
|1||Epoch-Dependent Dispersion and Scattering along Pulsar Lines of Sight||James M. Cordes||28 NOV 2014|
|2||Characterizing DM Events in the Interstellar Medium||Vivek Gupta, Jacob E. Turner, T. Joseph W. Lazio, Daniel R. Stinebring||31 DEC 2016|
|3||Binary Pulsar Emission Variability as a Function of Orbital Phase||Paul Brook and Dustin Madison||11 APR 2019|
|4||Investigating the Impact of Slicing on Fitted Timing Model Parameters||Philip Andrews with Michael T. Lam and Timothy Dolch||07 AUG 2020|
|5||The Earth Term in Pulsar Timing Residuals is Out of Phase Among the Pulsars||Hyo Sun Park and Andrea Lommen||18 JUN 2021|
|6||Transmission Functions for Polynomial Fits||Ross Jennings||28 SEP 2021|
|7||The NANOGrav TOA Generation Process||Ross Jennings||29 SEP 2021|
|8||The Frequency-Dependent Scattering of Pulsar J1903+0327||Abra Geiger and Michael T. Lam||25 AUG 2022|
Contributions to Astro2020
Astro2020 is the Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey; a community partnership with the National Academies to identify key prorities in the astrophysical field. The goal of Astro2020 is to provide a comprehensive strategy for investiments in research for the upcoming decade. Documented below are the contributing white papers by the NANOGrav collaboration for the 2020-2030 decade. For more information on Astro2020, visit the partnership's website located here.