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The VISTA Variables in the V\'ia L\'actea (VVV) survey is one of six public ESO surveys, and is now in its 4th year of observing. Although far from being complete, the VVV survey has already delivered many results, some directly connected to the inte...
We propose a public IR variability survey, named "Vista Variables in the Vía Láctea" (V V V ), of the Milky Way bulge and an adjacent section of the mid-plane where star formation activity is high. This would take 1920 hours, covering ̃ 109 point sou...
Saito, R. K.;Hempel, M.;Minniti, D.;Lucas, P. W.;Rejkuba, M.;Toledo, I.;Gonzalez, O. A.;Alonso-García, J.;Irwin, M.;Gonzalez-Solares, E.;Hodgkin, S. T.;Lewis, J. R.;Cross, N.;Ivanov, V. D.;Kerins, E.;Emerson, J. P.;Soto, M.;Amôres, E. B.;Gurovich, S.;Dékány, I.;Angeloni, R.;Beamin, J. C.;Catelan, M.;Padilla, N.;Zoccali, M.;Pietrukowicz, P.;Moni Bidin, C.;Mauro, F.;Geisler, D.;Folkes, S. L.;Sale, S. E.;Borissova, J.;Kurtev, R.;Ahumada, A. V.;Alonso, M. V.;Adamson, A.;Arias, J. I.;Bandyopadhyay, R. M.;Barbá, R. H.;Barbuy, B.;Baume, G. L.;Bedin, L. R.;Bellini, A.;Benjamin, R.;Bica, E.;Bonatto, C.;Bronfman Aguiló, Leonardo;Carraro, Giovanni;Chenè, A. N.;Clariá, J. J.;Clarke, J. R. A.;Contreras, C.;Corvillón, A.;Grijs, R. de;Dias, B.;Drew, J. E.;Fariña, C.;Feinstein, C.;Fernández Lajús, E.;Gamen, R.;Gieren, W.;Goldman, B.;González-Fernández, C.;Grand, R. J. J.;Gunthardt, G.;Hambly, N. C.;Hanson, M. M.;Helminiak, K. G.;Hoare, M. G.;Huckvale, L.;Jordán, A.;Kinemuch, K.;Longmore, A.;López Corredoira, M.;Maccarone, T.;Majaess, D.;Martín, E. L.;Masetti, N.;Mennickent, R. E.;Mirabel, I. F.;Monaco, L.;Morelli, L.;Motta, V.;Palma, T.;Parisi, M. C.;Parker, Q.;Peñaloza, F.;Pietrzynski, G.;Pignata Libralato, Giuliano;Popescu, B.;Read, M. A.;Rojas, A.;Roman-Lopes, A.;Ruiz González, María Teresa;Saviane, I.;Schreiber, M. R.;Schröder, A. C.;Sharma, S.;Smith, M. D.;Sodré Jr., L.;Stead, J.;Stephens, A. W.;Tamura, M.;Tappert, C.;Thompson, M. A.;Valenti, E.;Vanzi, L.;Walton, N. A.;Weidmann, W.;Zijlstr, A.
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The EROS-2 project has been designed to search for microlensing events towards any dense stellar field. The densest parts of the Galactic spiral arms have been monitored to maximize the microlensing signal expected from the stars of the Galactic disk...
We propose a public IR variability survey, named "Vista Variables in the Vía Láctea" (V V V ), of the Milky Way bulge and an adjacent section of the mid-plane where star formation activity is high. This would take 1920 hours, covering ̃ 109 point sou...
The VISTA Variables in the V\'ia L\'actea (VVV) survey is one of six public ESO surveys, and is now in its 4th year of observing. Although far from being complete, the VVV survey has already delivered many results, some directly connected to the inte...
Context: L-type ultra-cool dwarfs and brown dwarfs have cloudy atmospheres that could host weather-like phenomena. The detection of photometric or spectral variability would provide insight into unresolved atmospheric heterogeneities, such as holes i...
We propose a public IR variability survey, named "Vista Variables in the Vía Láctea" (V V V ), of the Milky Way bulge and an adjacent section of the mid-plane where star formation activity is high. This would take 1920 hours, covering ̃ 109 point sou...
The VISTA Variables in the V\'ia L\'actea (VVV) survey is one of six public ESO surveys, and is now in its 4th year of observing. Although far from being complete, the VVV survey has already delivered many results, some directly connected to the inte...
Context. The ESO public survey VISTA variables in the Vía Láctea (VVV) started in 2010. VVV targets 562 sq. deg in the Galactic bulge and an adjacent plane region and is expected to run for about five years. Aims. We describe the progress of the surv...