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We describe observations carried out by the MOA group of the Galactic Bulge during 2000 that were designed to detect efficiently gravitational microlensing of faint stars in which the magnification is high and/or of short duration. These events are particularly useful for studies of extra-solar planets and faint stars. Approximately 17 deg 2 were monitored(More)
We have developed a reconstruction algorithm for non-contact measurement of temperature and absorption of combustion gas distributed in a flame. To get accurate temperature distribution of the combustion gas, the absorption of the gas must be known. We achieve this by obtaining the projections of thermal radiation from the flame and an external radiation(More)
Pressure dependence of Raman spectra of benzene/CO2 two-component systems was systematically studied at different temperatures and compositions. We estimated the magnitude of inhomogeneous component in Raman bandwidth to get information on the structural fluctuation in the system. It was found that the inhomogeneous bandwidth attains a maximum on an(More)
A search for extra-solar planets was carried out in three gravitational microlens-ing events of high magnification, MACHO 98–BLG–35, MACHO 99–LMC–2, and OGLE 00–BUL–12. Photometry was derived from observational images by the MOA and OGLE groups using an image subtraction technique. For MACHO 98–BLG–35, additional photometry derived from the MPS and PLANET(More)
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