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== OGLE ==
 
Amplitude: can be many magnitudes, in range 0.1-10 mag.
 
Amplitude: can be many magnitudes, in range 0.1-10 mag.
 
Time-scale: is defined as Einstein Ring crossing time and is close to FWHM of the bell-like light curve of the event.
 
Time-scale: is defined as Einstein Ring crossing time and is close to FWHM of the bell-like light curve of the event.
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OGLE Early Warning System ([http://ogle.astrouw.edu.pl/ogle3/ews/ews.html EWS]) is detecting in real-time about 600 events per year towards the Galactic bulge.
 
OGLE Early Warning System ([http://ogle.astrouw.edu.pl/ogle3/ews/ews.html EWS]) is detecting in real-time about 600 events per year towards the Galactic bulge.
  
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Revision as of 11:09, 28 July 2009

OGLE

Amplitude: can be many magnitudes, in range 0.1-10 mag. Time-scale: is defined as Einstein Ring crossing time and is close to FWHM of the bell-like light curve of the event. Sources: can be located anywhere, however, the further source, the higher chance of it being microlensed.

OGLE Early Warning System (EWS) is detecting in real-time about 600 events per year towards the Galactic bulge.

Plot ews te ampl.png Plot ews te baselinemag.png