MACHO 95-BLG-30 , the SIMBAD biblio

MACHO 95-BLG-30 , the SIMBAD biblio (39 results) C.D.S. - SIMBAD4 rel 1.7 - 2021.04.20CEST14:58:09


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2011A&A...525A..15Z 39           X         1 16 27 Limb-darkening measurements for a cool red giant in microlensing event OGLE 2004-BLG-482. ZUB M., CASSAN A., HEYROVSKY D., et al.
2010ApJ...713..713J 39           X         1 14 9 The effect of differential limb magnification on abundance analysis of microlensed dwarf stars. JOHNSON J.A., DONG S. and GOULD A.
2010ApJ...716.1408B 40           X         1 19 52 An efficient method for modeling high-magnification planetary microlensing events. BENNETT D.P.
2009ApJ...695..200L 256     A     X C F     5 3 6 Finite-source effects in microlensing: a precise, easy to implement, fast, and numerically stable formalism. LEE C.-H., RIFFESER A., SEITZ S., et al.
2006A&A...450.1023H 4 0 Microlensing of circumstellar envelopes. III. Line profiles from stellar winds in homologous expansion. HENDRY M.A., IGNACE R. and BRYCE H.M.
2006A&A...455..315T 9 6 Resolving stellar atmospheres. I. The Hα line and comparisons to microlensing observations. THURL C., SACKETT P.D. and HAUSCHILDT P.H.
2006MNRAS.365..792R 9 4 Interferometric visibility and closure phase of microlensing events with finite source size. RATTENBURY N.J. and MAO S.
2005MNRAS.361..300D 6 5 Lens binarity versus limb darkening in close-impact galactic microlensing events. DOMINIK M.
2004ApJ...603..139Y 9 6 108 OGLE-2003-BLG-262: finite-source effects from a point-mass lens. YOO J., DEPOY D.L., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2004ApJ...617.1307J 2 7 30 OGLE-2003-BLG-238: microlensing mass estimate of an isolated star. JIANG G., DEPOY D.L., GAL-YAM A., et al.
2003A&A...401..339B 2 2 Microlensing of circumstellar envelopes. II. Emission lines from radial and azimuthal flow during fold caustic crossings. BRYCE H.M., IGNACE R. and HENDRY M.A.
2003ApJ...582..743K 20 5 Studying the Galactic Bulge through spectroscopy of microlensed sources. II. Observations. KANE S.R. and SAHU K.C.
2003ApJ...586..451G 8 1 Angular radii of stars via microlensing. GAUDI B.S., GRAFF D.S. and HAN C.
2003ApJ...594..464H 1 8 20 Measuring stellar limb darkening by gravitational microlensing. HEYROVSKY D.
2003MNRAS.341.1373B 46 35 Light-curve classification in massive variability surveys - I. Microlensing. BELOKUROV V., EVANS N.W. and DU Y.L.
2002ApJ...566..463G 127 97 Microlensing constraints on the frequency of Jupiter-mass companions: analysis of 5 years of PLANET photometry. GAUDI B.S., ALBROW M.D., AN J., et al.
2002ApJ...580..253G 5 8 Microlens parallaxes of binary lenses measured from a satellite. GRAFF D.S. and GOULD A.
2002MNRAS.335..539H 1 4 12 The microlensing signatures of photospheric starspots. HENDRY A., BRYCE M. and VALLS-GABAUD D.
2002MNRAS.336..501S 5 8 Polarization from microlensing of spherical circumstellar envelopes by a point lens. SIMMONS J.F.L., BJORKMAN J.E., IGNACE R., et al.
2001ApJ...548L.197C 1 5 26 Spatial/spectral resolution of a galactic bulge K3 giant stellar atmosphere via gravitational microlensing. CASTRO S., POGGE R.W., RICH R.M., et al.
2001ApJ...550L.173A 1 7 31 Hα equivalent width variations across the face of a microlensed K giant in the Galactic Bulge. ALBROW M., AN J., BEAULIEU J.-P., et al.
2001PASP..113..903G 1 9 31 Applications of microlensing to stellar astrophysics. (Invited review). GOULD A.
2000ARep...44..745B 5 9 Reconstruction of the brightness distribution across a stellar disk from gravitational lensing caustic passage observations. BOGDANOV M.B. and CHEREPASHCHUK A.M.
2000ApJ...529...69H 3 4 46 Detecting stellar spots by gravitational microlensing. HEYROVSKY D. and SASSELOV D.
2000ApJ...533..378R 3 9 91 On planetary companions to the MACHO 98-BLG-35 microlens star. RHIE S.H., BENNETT D.P., BECKER A.C., et al.
2000ApJ...541..734A 86 165 The MACHO project: microlensing optical depth toward the Galactic Bulge from difference image analysis. ALCOCK C., ALLSMAN R.A., ALVES D.R., et al.
2000ApJ...543..406H 2 4 29 Probing red giant atmospheres with gravitational microlensing. HEYROVSKY D., SASSELOV D. and LOEB A.
2000PASA...17...35Y 9 3 Observations from Australasia using the gravitational microlensing technique. YOCK P.
2000RPPh...63.1209P 72 89 Extra-solar planets. PERRYMAN M.A.C.
1999A&A...341..201I 1 3 13 Microlensing of circumstellar envelopes. I. Simplified considerations for diagnosing radial and azimuthal flow. IGNACE R. and HENDRY M.A.
1999ARep...43..601B 2 3 Disk brightness distribution of a red giant from observations of gravitational microlensing. BOGDANOV M.B. and CHEREPASHCHUK A.M.
1999ApJ...518...44A 3 6 68 Discovery and characterization of a caustic crossing microlensing event in the Small Magellanic Cloud. ALCOCK C., ALLSMAN R.A., ALVES D., et al.
1999ApJ...522.1011A 4 7 85 Limb darkening of a K giant in the Galactic Bulge: PLANET photometry of MACHO 97-BLG-28. ALBROW M.D., BEAULIEU J.-P., CALDWELL J.A.R., et al.
1999RvMP...71..421S 15 28 Gravitational microlensing - a report on the MACHO project. SUTHERLAND W.
1998ApJ...494L..23P 17 2 107 Gravitational microlensing with the Space Interferometry Mission. PACZYNSKI B.
1998ApJ...509..687A 3 12 116 The 1995 pilot campaign of PLANET searching for microlensing anomalies through precise rapid Round-the-Clock monitoring. ALBROW M., BEAULIEU J.-P., BIRCH P., et al.
1997ApJ...490...38H 2 3 22 Microlensing of an elliptical source by a point mass. HEYROVSKY D. and LOEB A.
1997ApJ...491..436A 17 3 160 MACHO alert 95-30: first real-time observation of extended source effects in gravitational microlensing. ALCOCK C., ALLEN W.H., ALLSMAN R.A., et al.
1997Msngr..90...30L 7 13 Real-time spectroscopy of gravitational microlensing events - Probing the evolution of the Galactic Bulge. LENNON D.J., MAO S., REETZ J., et al.

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