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Enhanced x-ray emission coinciding with giant radio pulses from the Crab Pulsar

Teruaki Enoto, Toshio Terasawa, Shota Kisaka, Chin-Ping Hu, Sebastien Guillot, Natalia Lewandowska, Christian Malacaria, Paul S. Ray, Wynn C.G. Ho, Alice K. Harding, Takashi Okajima, Zaven Arzoumanian, Keith C. Gendreau, Zorawar Wadiasingh, Craig B. Markwardt, Yang Soong, Steve Kenyon, Slavko Bogdanov, Walid A. Majid, Tolga Güver, Gaurava K. Jaisawal, Rick Foster, Yasuhiro Murata, Hiroshi Takeuchi, Kazuhiro Takefuji, Mamoru Sekido, Yoshinori Yonekura, Hiroaki Misawa, Fuminori Tsuchiya, Takahiko Aoki, Munetoshi Tokumaru, Mareki Honma, Osamu Kameya Tomoaki Oyama, Katsuaki Asano, Shinpei Shibata, Shuta J. Tanaka

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Movie S1
Movie of 0.3–10.0 keV X-ray pulse profile of the Crab Pulsar observed with NICER when accumulating exposure time. The profile is generated with 250 phase bins per spin period, includes the contribution from the Crab Nebula, and is normalized by the total number of pulsar spin cycles. Two pulse cycles are shown for clarity. The error bars indicate the 1 σ statistical uncertainties. The accumulated number of the pulsar rotation cycles, X-ray events, and exposure, are shown in the title. The detection significance of the pulsation in this plot corresponds with Figure S11.