Seven new pulsars have been discovered by astronomers.

Pulsars are rotating neutron stars that emit a beam of electromagnetic radiation.

They are typically detected as short bursts of radio emission, but some are also observed using optical, X-ray, and gamma-ray telescopes.

The discovery was made using LPA during a daily sky survey in test mode, which covered a full day in right ascension and 50 degrees in declination.

The paper presents the first results of a search for right ascension 0h 24h and declinations +21 +42 

The astronomers observed 34 pulsars in total, with seven of them being identified for the first time.

 The spin periods of the newly discovered sources range from 0.82 to 2.09 seconds, and their dispersion measures range from 15 to 90 pc/cm3

"The search for pulsars in the daily monitoring data on LPA LPI is especially advantageous for detecting rare objects:

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