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Eclipsing binary pulsars systems highlight an important stage in the evolution of isolated millisecond pulsars. In these systems, the pulsar's companion is losing mass due to Roche lobe overflow and/or a stellar wind induced by intercepted energy from the pulsar flux. Eventual evaporation of the companions could yield isolated millisecond puslars. PSR B1744-24A was the second eclipsing millisecond pulsar to be discovered (Lyneet al. 1990). It is in a 1.8 hr orbit with a ∼ 0.1 M⊙companion. Itsdoi:10.1017/s0252921100042275 fatcat:vv34no4fjrgpvbah62himbxw5a