Gaia16aye binary microlensing event is rising for the 5th time

L. Wyrzykowski, P. Mroz, K. Rybicki, G. Altavilla, V. Bakis, P. Bendjoya, G. Birenbaum, N. Blagorodnova, S. Blanco-Cuaresma, A. Bonanos, V. Bozza, N. Britavskiy, U. Burgaz, T. Butterley, P. Capuozzo, J. M. Carrasco, M. Chruslinska, G. Damljanovic, T. Dapergolas, M. DennefeldV. S. Dhillon, M. Dominik, H. Esenoglu, S. Fossey, A. Gomboc, N. Hallokoun, A. Hamanowicz, L. K. Hardy, R. Hudec, I. Khamitov, J. Klencki, Z. Kolaczkowski, U. Kolb, S. Leonini, G. Leto, F. Lewis, A. Liakos, S. P. Littlefair, D. Maoz, J. R. Maund, P. Mikolajczyk, L. Palaversa, M. Pawlak, M. Penny, A. Piascik, P. Reig, L. Rhodes, D. Russell, R. Z. Sanchez, B. Shappee

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Abstract

Gaia16aye, nicknamed Ayers Rock (19:40:01.13 +30:07:53.4, J2000) was detected in August 2016 and continue on-going, becoming the longest microlensing event found in the Galactic Disk (ATEL #9376, #9507).
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalThe Astronomer's Telegram
Volume10341
StatePublished - May 1 2017

Keywords

  • Microlensing Event
  • Transient

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