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Gravitational Microlensing

Ł. Wyrzykowski M. Moniez 1 K. Horne R. Street
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LAL - Laboratoire de l'Accélérateur Linéaire
Abstract : Gravitational microlensing is a well established and unique field of time-domain astrophysics. For two decades microlensing surveys have been regularly observing millions of stars to detect elusive events that follow a characteristic Paczyński lightcurve. This workshop reviewed the current state of the field, and covered the major topics related to microlensing: searches for extrasolar planets, and studies of dark matter. There were also discussions of issues relating to the organisation of follow-up observations for microlensing, as well as serendipitous scientific outcomes resulting from extensive microlensing data.
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Ł. Wyrzykowski, M. Moniez, K. Horne, R. Street. Gravitational Microlensing. IAU Symposium 285 "New Horizons in Time Domain Astronomy", Sep 2011, Oxford, United Kingdom. pp.207-214, ⟨10.1017/S1743921312000610⟩. ⟨in2p3-00727873⟩



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