Having discovered pulsations from nearly 300 rotation-powered pulsars, and steady point sources colocated with another 40 millisecond pulsars (MSPs), the Fermi LAT established pulsars as the dominant GeV gamma-ray source class in the Milky Way. Among them are dozens of young radio-quiet pulsars discovered via pulsations in LAT data, dozens of radio-loud young and recycled pulsars previously known from their radio pulsations, and dozens of MSPs detected in the radio following their discovery as unassociated LAT sources.
This catalog characterizes the known gamma-ray pulsars as uniformly as feasible using as much as 14 years of on-orbit data. The Third Fermi LAT Catalog of Gamma-ray Pulsars Catalog (3PC) paper details the catalog and its construction.
Again, for more information about the catalog see the LAT Third Pulsar Catalog Paper. Feedback about the catalog paper and electronic supplement should be directed to the paper contact authors: David Smith firstname.lastname@example.org, Philippe Bruel Philippe.Bruel@llr.in2p3.fr, Colin Clark email@example.com, Lucas Guillemot firstname.lastname@example.org, Matthew Kerr email@example.com, and Paul Ray firstname.lastname@example.org. All changes will be documented in the change log below.
|27 July 2023
|03 Aug 2023
|11 sources were missing data in SED plots. See README for details.