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Published on February 14, 2009

Author: david.s.graff

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The history and physics of gravitational microlensing: its use to search for dark matter and planets.

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Friday, February 13, 2009

Gravitational Microlensing David S. Graff Ph.D. University of Michigan Ohio State University CEN Saclay, France American Museum of Natural History Friday, February 13, 2009

Friday, February 13, 2009

2 survey of the Magellanic Clouds halo white dwarfs Sources and Detection of Dark Matter in the Universe, Not enough stellar mass Macho aboration: P. Tisserand, L. Le Guillou The EROS collaboration: B. Goldman et al. Marina del Rey, CA, February 2000 The EROS collaboration: T. Las Astronomy & Astrophysics 389 69 (2002) http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0007444 Astronomy & Astrophysics Letters 3 rophysics 469 387 (2007) Observation of periodic variable stars towards the Type Ia supernova rate at z ~ 0.1 Death of Stellar Baryonic Dark icrolensing Blending-Parallax Galactic spiral arms by EROS II The EROS collaboration: D. Hardin et al. Katherine Freese, Brian D. Field g source variability The EROS collaboration: F. Derue et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics 362 419 (2000) Proceedings of “The First Stars”, M aboration: R.J. Assef, A. Gould et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics 389 149 (2002) Aug. 4-6, 1999 l Journal: 649 954 (2006) Eros variable stars: A catalog of Cepheids in the http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/000 Blue irregular variable stars in the Small Magellanic Magellanic Clouds microlensing optical depth from Cloud from EROS2: The EROS collaboration: C. Afonso et al. Observation of Microlensing to Herbig Ae/Be or classical Be stars? Astronomy & Astrophysics submitted astro-ph/9907355 Spiral Arms. EROS II 2 year sur aboration: C. Hamadache et al. The EROS collaboration: J. P. Beaulieu et al. The EROS collaboration: F. De rophysics: 454 185 (2006) Astronomy & Astrophysics 380 168 (2001) The velocity dispersion of LMC Carbon stars: Astronomy & Astrophysics 351 87 ( possible detection of a kinematically distinct event 2c 2859: a classic nova outburst? Disk Contamination in a Sample of Proper Motion population Limits on Stellar Objects as the aboration: C. Afonso et al. Selected Halo Stars: David Graff, Andrew Gould, Nicholas Suntzeff, Halo: rophysics: 450 233 (2006) A Comment on “Direct Detection of Galactic Halo Robert Schommer, and Eduardo Hardy Nonbaryonic Dark Matter Seem Dark Matter” Astrophysical Journal 540 211 (2000) Katherine Freese, Brian Fields, etry of probable R Coronae Borealis David S. Graff Proceedings of the 19th Texas Sympo ll Magellanic Cloud Science 292 2211 (2001) Detection of light from Giant Planets in the Galactic Astrophysics and Cosmology aboration: P. Tisserand et al. Bulge http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/990 rophysics 424 245 (2004) Photometric constraints on microlens spectroscopy Amplified by caustic-crossing microlensing events of EROS-BLG-2000-5 David S. Graff and B. Scott Gaudi EROS 2 proper motion survey: va rate at a redshift of z~0.1 The EROS collaboration: C. Afonso et al. Astrophysical Journal Letters 538 133 (2000) and an L dwarf companion to L aboration: G. Blanc et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics 378 1014 (2001) The EROS collaboration: B. Go rophysics 423 881 (2004) What are MACHOs? Interpreting LMC Astronomy & Astrophysics 351 5 (1 Observation of Microlensing towards the Galactic microlensing upermassive Black Holes in Galactic Spiral Arms. EROS II 3 year survey David S. Graff Constraining the Cosmic Abund The EROS collaboration: F. Derue et al. Microlensing 2000: A New Era of Microlensing Astrophysics Remnants with Multi-TeV Gam lapse Model Consistent with the MBH- Astronomy & Astrophysics 373 126 (2001) ASP conference proceedings, eds. J.W. Menzies and David S. Graff, Katherine Frees P.D. Sackett Marc H. Pinsonneault No Nearby Counterparts to the moving objects in http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0005521 Astrophysical Journal 523 77 (1999 David S. Graff, Mannase Mbonye & the Hubble Deep Field hstone Chris Flynn, J. Sommer-Larsen, Burkhard Fuchs, Chemical Abundance Constraints on White Dwarfs Microlensing in the SMC: Lesso l Journal 591 125 (2003) David S. Graff and Samir Salim as Halo Dark Matter simulations Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 322 533 Brian D. Fields, Katherine Freese, and David S. Graff David S. Graff and Lance Gardi sing optical depth from EROS 2 (2001) Astrophysical Journal 534 265 (2000) Monthly Notices of the Royal Astro (1999) aboration: C. Afonso et al. Using the Supernova Acceleration Probe (SNAP) High Velocity Star Formation in the LMC rophysics 404 145 (2003) to Search for Microlensing Events Towards the LMC David S. Graff and Andrew Gould A Slope Variation in the Period- David S. Graff and Alex Kim Astrophysical Journal Letters 534 51 (2000) for Short Period SMC Cepheids f Stars via Microlensing http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0101395 The EROS collaboration: F. Bau Cheongho Han & David S. Graff Combined Analysis of the Binary-Lens Caustic- Astronomy & Astrophysics 348 175 l Journal 586 451 (2003) A Theoretical Model for the MBH- Relation for Crossing Event MACHO 98-SMC-1 Supermassive Black Holes in Galaxies The EROS, MACHO/GMAN, MPS, OGLE, and Microlensing towards the Small tic dark matter with 5 years of EROS Fred C. Adams, David S. Graff, and Douglas O. PLANET Collaborations EROS II two year analysis Richstone C. Afonso et al., C. Alcock et al., S.H. Rhie et al., A. The EROS collaboration: C. Af aboration: C. Afonso et al Astrophysical Journal 551 31 (2001) Udalski et al., M. Albrow et al. Astronomy & Astrophysics 344 63 rophysics 400 951 (2002) Astrophysical Journal 532 340 (2000) The Kinematics Of The LMC From Its Carbon Stars What are Machos? Limits on St llaxes of Binary Lenses Measured from E. Hardy, D. Alves, D. Graff, N. Suntzeff, and R. Magnitude bias of microlensed sources towards the Dark Matter of our Halo Schommer Large Magellanic Cloud Katherine Freese, Brian Fields, Andrew P. Gould Astrophysics and Space Science Supplement 277 271 (2001) HongSheng Zhao, David Graff, and Puragra Proceedings of the International Wo l Journal 580 253 (2002) Guhathakurta Dark Matter in Astro andParticle P Death of Stellar Baryonic Dark Matter Candidates Astrophysical Journal 532 37 (2000) Germany, July 1998 Friday, February 13, 2009

Lensing Physics Dark Matter Microlensing & Microlensing Dark Matter & Planets Friday, February 13, 2009

Lensing Physics Dark Matter Microlensing & Microlensing Dark Matter & Planets Friday, February 13, 2009

Lensing Physics Dark Matter Microlensing & Microlensing Dark Matter & Planets Friday, February 13, 2009

Lensing Physics Dark Matter Microlensing & Microlensing Dark Matter & Planets Friday, February 13, 2009

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