His primary areas of study are Astrophysics, Astronomy, Pulsar, Millisecond pulsar and Fast radio burst. His study in Galaxy, Radio telescope, Gravitational wave, Neutron star and Interstellar medium is carried out as part of his studies in Astrophysics. Astronomy is often connected to Pathfinder in his work.
In his research on the topic of Pulsar, Static timing analysis and Magnetar is strongly related with Noise. His research integrates issues of Line-of-sight and X-ray pulsar in his study of Millisecond pulsar. In the subject of general Fast radio burst, his work in Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment is often linked to Plain text and Single component, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Matthew Bailes focuses on Astrophysics, Pulsar, Astronomy, Millisecond pulsar and Neutron star. His study in Binary pulsar, Pulsar planet, X-ray pulsar, White dwarf and Magnetar is done as part of Astrophysics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gravitational wave, Galaxy, Telescope and Radio telescope in addition to Pulsar.
The Gravitational wave study combines topics in areas such as General relativity and Supermassive black hole. While the research belongs to areas of Radio telescope, he spends his time largely on the problem of Linear polarization, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Position angle. The concepts of his Millisecond pulsar study are interwoven with issues in Globular cluster, Noise, Pulse, Luminosity and Proper motion.
Matthew Bailes spends much of his time researching Pulsar, Astrophysics, Radio telescope, Astronomy and Millisecond pulsar. Matthew Bailes has included themes like Linear polarization, Telescope, Pulse and Noise in his Pulsar study. His Astrophysics study which covers Spectral index that intersects with Scattering.
His Radio telescope research focuses on Radio spectrum and how it relates to Wideband. His studies in Millisecond pulsar integrate themes in fields like Globular cluster, Luminosity and Jitter. His Gravitational wave study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Observatory and Detector.
Matthew Bailes mainly investigates Pulsar, Astrophysics, Radio telescope, Noise and Millisecond pulsar. He works on Pulsar which deals in particular with Binary pulsar. His Gravitational wave, Neutron star, Magnetar and Proper motion study, which is part of a larger body of work in Astrophysics, is frequently linked to Flux, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Radio telescope research integrates issues from Polarization, Radio spectrum and Spectral index. His Millisecond pulsar research is included under the broader classification of Astronomy. He is studying Pulsar timing array, which is a component of Astronomy.
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GW170817: observation of gravitational waves from a binary neutron star inspiral
B. P. Abbott;R. Abbott;T. D. Abbott;F. Acernese.
Physical Review Letters (2017)
A Bright Millisecond Radio Burst of Extragalactic Origin
Duncan R. Lorimer;Matthew Bailes;Maura Ann McLaughlin;David J. Narkevic.
A population of fast radio bursts at cosmological distances.
D. Thornton;D. Thornton;B. Stappers;M. Bailes;M. Bailes;B. Barsdell;B. Barsdell.
The International Pulsar Timing Array project: using pulsars as a gravitational wave detector
G. Hobbs;A. Archibald;Z. Arzoumanian;D. Backer.
Classical and Quantum Gravity (2010)
FRBCAT: The Fast Radio Burst Catalogue
E. Petroff;E. D. Barr;A. Jameson;E. F. Keane.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia (2016)
The relativistic pulsar-white dwarf binary PSR J1738+0333 - II. The most stringent test of scalar-tensor gravity
Paulo C. C. Freire;Norbert Wex;Gilles Esposito-Farèse;Joris P. W. Verbiest.
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (2012)
PSR 1259-63 : a binary radio pulsar with a Be star companion
Simon Johnston;R. N. Manchester;A. G. Lyne;M. Bailes.
The Astrophysical Journal (1992)
The Parkes Pulsar Timing Array Project
R. N. Manchester;G. Hobbs;M. Bailes;W. A. Coles.
Publications of the Astronomical Society of Australia (2013)
Gravitational waves from binary supermassive black holes missing in pulsar observations
R.M. Shannon;R.M. Shannon;V. Ravi;L.T. Lentati;P.D. Lasky.
Upper bounds on the low-frequency stochastic gravitational wave background from pulsar timing observations: current limits and future prospects
Fredrick A. Jenet;George B. Hobbs;W. van Straten;Richard N. Manchester.
The Astrophysical Journal (2006)
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