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One or more bound planets per Milky Way star from microlensing observations
TLDR
It is concluded that stars are orbited by planets as a rule, rather than the exception, and that of stars host Jupiter-mass planets 0.5–10 au (Sun–Earth distance) from their stars.
Discovery of a cool planet of 5.5 Earth masses through gravitational microlensing
TLDR
The detection of a cool, sub-Neptune-mass planets may be more common than gas giant planets, as predicted by the core accretion theory, and is suggested to name OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb, indicating a planetary mass companion to the lens star of the microlensing event.
Distance Scale Zero Points From Galactic RR Lyrae Star Parallaxes
We present new absolute trigonometric parallaxes and proper motions for seven Population II variable stars—five RR Lyr variables: RZ Cep, XZ Cyg, SU Dra, RR Lyr, and UV Oct; and two type 2 Cepheids:
High-mass-loss AGB Stars in the South Galactic Cap
Observations are presented for 61 Miras in the South Galactic Cap (b<−30°) which were selected on the basis of their IRAS 12/25-μm flux ratios as high-mass-loss candidates. JHKL photometry (over 1
Hubble Space Telescope Fine Guidance Sensor Parallaxes of Galactic Cepheid Variable Stars: Period-Luminosity Relations
We present new absolute trigonometric parallaxes and relative proper motions for nine Galactic Cepheid variable stars: l Car, ζ Gem, β Dor, W Sgr, X Sgr, Y Sgr, FF Aql, T Vul, and RT Aur. We obtain
The period–luminosity relation for type II Cepheids in globular clusters
We report the result of our near-infrared observations (JHK s ) for type II Cepheids (including possible RV Tau stars) in galactic globular clusters. We detected variations of 46 variables in 26
Limb Darkening of a K Giant in the Galactic Bulge: PLANET Photometry of MACHO 97-BLG-28
We present the PLANET photometric data set10 for the binary-lens microlensing event MACHO 97- BLG-28, consisting of 696 I- and V -band measurements, and analyze it to determine the radial surface
The 1995 Pilot Campaign of PLANET: Searching for Microlensing Anomalies through Precise, Rapid, Round-the-Clock Monitoring
PLANET (the Probing Lensing Anomalies NETwork) is a worldwide collaboration of astronomers whose primary goal is to monitor microlensing events densely and precisely in order to detect and study
A Spitzer mid-infrared spectral survey of mass-losing carbon stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud
We present a Spitzer Space Telescopespectroscopic survey of mass-losing carbon stars (and one oxygen-rich star) in the Large Magellanic Cloud. The stars represent the superwind phase on the
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