MOA-2011-BLG-322Lb: a ‘second generation survey’ microlensing planet

@article{Shvartzvald2014MOA2011BLG322LbA,
  title={MOA-2011-BLG-322Lb: a ‘second generation survey’ microlensing planet},
  author={Yossi Shvartzvald and Dan Maoz and Shai Kaspi and Takahiro Sumi and Andrzej Udalski and A. Gould and David P. Bennett and C. Han and Fumio Abe and Ian A. Bond and Christine S. Botzler and Matthew Freeman and Akihiko Fukui and Daiki Fukunaga and Yoshitaka Itow and Naoki Koshimoto and Cho Hong Ling and Kimiaki Masuda and Yutaka Matsubara and Yasushi Muraki and S. Namba and Kouji Ohnishi and Nicholas J. Rattenbury and To. Saito and Denis J. Sullivan and Winston L. Sweatman and D.Suzuki and Paul . J. Tristram and Kohei Wada and Ph. Yock and Jan Skowron and Szymon Kozłowski and Michal K. Szyma'nski and Marcin Kubiak and Grzegorz Pietrzy'nski and Igor Soszy'nski and Krzysztof Ulaczyk and Lukasz Wyrzykowski and Radosław Poleski and Paweł Pietrukowicz},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={439},
  pages={604-610}
}
Global "second-generation" microlensing surveys aim to discover and characterize extrasolar planets and their frequency, by means of round-the-clock high-cadence monitoring of a large area of the Galactic bulge, in a controlled experiment. We report the discovery of a giant planet in microlensing event MOA-2011-BLG-322. This moderate-magnification event, which displays a clear anomaly induced by a second lensing mass, was inside the footprint of our second-generation microlensing survey… 

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