Commit 206137fa authored by Lars Nieder's avatar Lars Nieder
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Changed number of E@H discovered pulsars in text.

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data from the <i>Fermi</i>-LAT team, and search in longer data sets than ever before. In
combination, these improvements led to FGRP4 being our most sensitive survey to date.</p>
<p>With the publication in <a href="http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/2/eaao7228">Science Advances</a> of the discoveries of two millisecond pulsars (J1035-6720 and J1744-7619), we have now published all pulsar discoveries made during FGRP4. These amount to 19 new pulsars, almost a third of all gamma-ray pulsars to be discovered in blind searches.</p>
<p>With the publication in <a href="http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/2/eaao7228">Science Advances</a> of the discoveries of two millisecond pulsars (J1035-6720 and J1744-7619), we have now published all pulsar discoveries made during FGRP4. These amount to 23 new pulsars, almost a third of all gamma-ray pulsars to be discovered in blind searches.</p>
<p>Of course, this does not mean that our gamma-ray pulsation searches on Einstein@Home are coming to an end! The Fermi mission continues to find new gamma-ray sources for us to target, so we are very optimistic that we will be able to build upon the success of FGRP4 in the near future. Currently FGRP5 is searching for pulsars in gamma-ray sources detected near the Galactic Centre, while FGRPB1 is searching for pulsations from binary millisecond pulsar candidates. </p>
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