Dr. Ralph Eatough

Dr. Ralph Eatough
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Research Department Fundamental Physics in Radio Astronomy

Main Focus

My research interests are pulsar searching and timing. In particular I am working on searches for relativistic binary pulsars such as compact double neutron star systems or even pulsar black-hole binaries. Recently I have also been searching for pulsars going around Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole candidate at the centre of the Milky Way. All of these systems can be used for precision tests of theories of gravtitation.

 
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