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2020AJ....160...64H 47           X         1 10 ~ KMT-2019-BLG-1339L: an M dwarf with a giant planet or a companion near the Planet/Brown dwarf boundary. HAN C., KIM D., UDALSKI A., et al.
2018AcA....68...43S 1 7 7 OGLE-2017-BLG-0373Lb: a Jovian mass-ratio planet exposes a new accidental microlensing degeneracy. SKOWRON J., RYU Y.-H., HWANG K.-H., et al.
2018ApJ...863...22J 131           X         3 11 ~ OGLE-2017-BLG-0537: a microlensing event with a resolvable lens in <=5 years from high-resolution follow-up observations. JUNG Y.K., HAN C., UDALSKI A., et al.
2018ApJ...867..136H 44           X         1 21 ~ OGLE-2017-BLG-0039: microlensing event with light from a lens identified from mass measurement. HAN C., JUNG Y.K., UDALSKI A., et al.
2016ApJ...821..121Y 42           X         1 10 7 Two stars two ways: confirming a microlensing binary lens solution with a spectroscopic measurement of the orbit. YEE J.C., JOHNSON J.A., SKOWRON J., et al.
2015ApJ...799..237U 337       S   X C       6 8 67 Spitzer as a microlens parallax satellite: mass measurement for the OGLE-2014-BLG-0124L planet and its host star. UDALSKI A., YEE J.C., GOULD A., et al.
2014MNRAS.437.4006S 45           X         1 2 8 Degeneracies in triple gravitational microlensing. SONG Y.-Y., MAO S. and AN J.H.
2013ApJ...768..126G 40           X         1 12 8 OGLE-2011-BLG-0417: a radial velocity testbed for microlensing. GOULD A., SHIN I.-G., HAN C., et al.
2012ApJ...752..105D 40           X         1 8 10 Discovering habitable earths, hot jupiters, and other close planets with microlensing. DI STEFANO R.
2012ApJ...754...73B 43           X         1 5 32 MOA 2010-BLG-477Lb: constraining the mass of a microlensing planet from microlensing parallax, orbital motion, and detection of blended light. BACHELET E., SHIN I.-G., HAN C., et al.
2012ApJS..201...20D 80           X         2 4 9 Short-duration lensing events. I. Wide-orbit planets? free-floating low-mass objects? or high-velocity stars? DI STEFANO R.
2011A&A...536A..50P 39           X         1 45 25 Prediction of astrometric microlensing events during the Gaia mission. PROFT S., DEMLEITNER M. and WAMBSGANSS J.
2011MNRAS.413..493W 40           X         1 19 44 The OGLE view of microlensing towards the Magellanic clouds – III. Ruling out subsolar MACHOs with the OGLE-III LMC data. WYRZYKOWSKI L., KOZLOWSKI S., SKOWRON J., et al.
2011MNRAS.416.1292C 39           X         1 14 21 Microlensing towards the large Magellanic cloud: self-lensing for OGLE-II and OGLE-III. CALCHI NOVATI S. and MANCINI L.
2011MNRAS.416.2949W 41           X         1 11 64 The OGLE view of microlensing towards the Magellanic clouds – IV. OGLE-III SMC data and final conclusions on MACHOs. WYRZYKOWSKI L., SKOWRON J., KOZLOWSKI S., et al.
2010ApJ...717..435H 39           X         1 13 4 Determining the physical lens parameters of the binary gravitational microlensing event MOA-2009-BLG-016. HWANG K.-H., HAN C., BOND I.A., et al.
2009A&A...508..467B 77           X         2 17 17 Mass measurement of a single unseen star and planetary detection efficiency. for OGLE 2007-BLG-050. BATISTA V., DONG S., GOULD A., et al.
2009MNRAS.397.1228W 41           X         1 11 49 The OGLE view of microlensing towards the Magellanic clouds - I. A trickle of events in the OGLE-II LMC data. WYRZYKOWSKI L., KOZLOWSKI S., SKOWRON J., et al.
2008ApJ...677.1268G 1 9 20 Discovery of a very bright, nearby gravitational microlensing event. GAUDI B.S., PATTERSON J., SPIEGEL D.S., et al.
2008ApJ...684...46D 154           X         4 8 11 Mesolensing: high-probability lensing without large optical depth. DI STEFANO R.
2007ApJ...660..781B 2 8 43 Characterization of gravitational microlensing planetary host stars. BENNETT D.P., ANDERSON J. and GAUDI B.S.
2007ApJ...671..420K 114           X         3 8 15 The first direct detection of a gravitational µ-lens toward the Galactic Bulge. KOZLOWSKI S., WOZNIAK P.R., MAO S., et al.
2006A&A...448..579C viz 46 14 The GSC-II-based survey of ancient cool white dwarfs. I. The sample of spectroscopically confirmed white dwarfs. CAROLLO D., BUCCIARELLI B., HODGKIN S.T., et al.
2006A&A...459..407C 1 10 23 Microlensing towards the Large Magellanic Cloud: a study of the LMC halo contribution. CALCHI NOVATI S., DE LUCA F., JETZER P., et al.
2006ApJ...642..842D 3 11 84 Planetary detection efficiency of the magnification 3000 microlensing event OGLE-2004-BLG-343. DONG S., DEPOY D.L., GAUDI B.S., et al.
2006ApJ...652L..97K 1 3 11 Identification of the microlens in event MACHO-LMC-20. KALLIVAYALIL N., PATTEN B.M., MARENGO M., et al.
2005ApJ...630..887G 5 2 Probing MACHOs toward the Galactic Bulge. GOULD A.
2005ApJ...631..301B 33 19 Photometric confirmation of MACHO Large Magellanic Cloud microlensing events. BENNETT D.P., BECKER A.C. and TOMANEY A.
2005ApJ...633..414H 4 5 On the feasibility of characterizing lens stars in future space-based microlensing surveys. HAN C.
2005ApJ...633..906B 28 38 Large Magellanic Cloud microlensing optical depth with imperfect event selection. BENNETT D.P.
2005ApJ...633..914P 27 52 Systematic analysis of 22 microlensing parallax candidates. POINDEXTER S., AFONSO C., BENNETT D.P., et al.
2005MNRAS.361..128S 29 6 The nature of parallax microlensing events towards the Galactic bulge. SMITH M.C., BELOKUROV V., EVANS N.W., et al.
2004A&A...427...61M 1 18 38 LMC self-lensing from a new perspective. MANCINI L., CALCHI NOVATI S., JETZER P., et al.
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...606..319G 13 3 80 Resolution of the MACHO-LMC-5 puzzle: the jerk-parallax microlens degeneracy. GOULD A.
2004ApJ...607L..29D 7 2 31 Resolving the nature of the Large Magellanic Cloud microlensing event MACHO-LMC-5. DRAKE A.J., COOK K.H. and KELLER S.C.
2004ApJ...609..166P 3 3 23 MOA 2003-BLG-37: a bulge jerk-parallax microlens degeneracy. PARK B.-G., DEPOY D.L., GAUDI B.S., et al.
2004ApJ...611..528G 2 3 17 The many possible interpretations of microlensing event OGLE 2002-BLG-055. GAUDI B.S. and HAN C.
2004ApJ...614..404G 5 3 34 The mass of the MACHO-LMC-5 lens star. GOULD A., BENNETT D.P. and ALVES D.R.
2004ApJ...615..450G 2 4 20 Potential direct single-star mass measurement. GHOSH H., 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.
2004ApJS..154..266N 2 3 12 Spitzer Space Telescope observations of the aftermath of microlensing event MACHO-LMC-5. NGUYEN H.T., KALLIVAYALIL N., WERNER M.W., et al.
2004MNRAS.347..213R 23 9 Statistical interpretation of Large Magellanic Cloud microlensing candidates. RAHVAR S.
2004MNRAS.352..233B 33 31 Light-curve classification in massive variability surveys - II. Transients towards the Large Magellanic Cloud. BELOKUROV V., EVANS N.W. and DU Y.L.
2003ApJ...585L..65S 1 5 13 A brown dwarf microlens candidate from the second phase of the Optical Gravitational Lensing Experiment. SMITH M.C., MAO S. and WOZNIAK P.
2003ApJ...595..794V 15 6 Using optical and near-infrared photometry to test MACHO lens candidates. VON HIPPEL T., SARAJEDINI A. and RUIZ M.T.
2003MNRAS.338..637H 3 5 Direct lens imaging of Galactic Bulge microlensing events. HAN C. and CHANG H.-Y.
2002A&A...393..129J 19 31 Microlensing towards the Large Magellanic Cloud. JETZER P., MANCINI L. and SCARPETTA G.
2002A&A...395...31G 6 14 Are there MACHOs in the Milky Way halo? GREEN A.M. and JEDAMZIK K.
2002ApJ...580..253G 5 8 Microlens parallaxes of binary lenses measured from a satellite. GRAFF D.S. and GOULD A.
2002SSRv..100..103M 12 3 The galactic halo from microlensing. MILSZTAJN A.
2001ApJ...552..582A 1 11 43 The MACHO project Hubble space telescope follow-up: preliminary results on the location of the Large Magellanic Cloud microlensing source stars. ALCOCK C., ALLSMAN R.A., ALVES D.R., et al.
2001Natur.414..591G 2 2 Gravitational microlens in motion. GOULD A.P.
2001Natur.414..617A 17 2 105 Direct detection of a microlens in the Milky Way. ALCOCK C., ALLSMAN R.A., ALVES D.R., et al.
2000ApJ...535...90G 5 5 76 Self-lensing models of the Large Magellanic Cloud. GYUK G., DALAL N. and GRIEST K.
2000ApJ...542..281A 6 33 597 The MACHO project: microlensing results from 5.7 years of Large Magellanic Cloud observations. ALCOCK C., ALLSMAN R.A., ALVES D.R., et al.
1999RvMP...71..421S 15 28 Gravitational microlensing - a report on the MACHO project. SUTHERLAND W.
1998A&A...330..963D 12 11 Estimating physical quantities for an observed galactic microlensing event. DOMINIK M.
1997ApJ...482..913G 22 3 204 M dwarfs from Hubble space telescope star counts. III. The groth strip. GOULD A., BAHCALL J.N. and FLYNN C.
1997ApJ...486..697A 5 29 508 The MACHO project Large Magellanic Cloud microlensing results from the first two years and the nature of the Galactic dark halo. ALCOCK C., ALLSMAN R.A., ALVES D., et al.
1997ApJ...490L..59A 25 53 Is the Large Magellanic Cloud microlensing due to an intervening dwarf galaxy? ALCOCK C., ALLSMAN R.A., ALVES D.R., et al.

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