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Title: Stellar, remnant, planetary, and dark-object masses from astrometric microlensing
Authors: Boden, A.
Gould, A. P.
Bennett, D. P.
Depoy, D. L.
Gaudi, S. B.
Griest, K.
Han, C.
Paczynski, B.
Reid, I. N.
Issue Date: 6-Jan-2002
Citation: 199th American Astronomical Society Meeting
Washington D.C., USA
Abstract: With SIM, we will break the microlensing degeneracy, and allow detailed interpretation of individual microlensing events. We will thus develop a detailed census of the dark and luminous stellar population of the Galaxy.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/8070
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