Hubble Asteroid Hunter. II. Identifying strong gravitational lenses in HST images with crowdsourcing

@article{Garvin2022HubbleAH,
  title={Hubble Asteroid Hunter. II. Identifying strong gravitational lenses in HST images with crowdsourcing},
  author={Emily O. Garvin and Sandor J. Kruk and Claude Cornen and Rachana Bhatawdekar and Raoul Cañameras and Bruno Mer'in},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2022}
}
Context. The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) archives constitute a rich dataset of high resolution images to mine for strong gravi- tational lenses. While many HST programs specifically target strong lenses, they can also be present by coincidence in other HST observations. Aims. We aim to identify non-targeted strong gravitational lenses in almost two decades of images from the ESA Hubble Space Telescope archive (eHST), without any prior selection on the lens properties. Methods. We used… 

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