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The Science Alerts Working Group is focussed on the real-time detection of variable sources.  
The Science Alerts Working Group is focussed on the real-time detection of variable sources.  
These include supernovae, microlensing events, exploding and eruptive stars, etc.
These include supernovae, microlensing events, exploding and eruptive stars, etc.
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'''<Big>[[Workshop2013:main|4th Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2013]]</Big>'''
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'''IAP, Paris, 19-21 June 2013'''
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[[Workshop2012:agenda|Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2012, Bologna - archive of presentations]]
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[[Workshop2011:agenda|Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2011, Cambridge - archive of presentations]]
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[[Workshop2010:agenda|Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2010, Cambridge - archive of presentations]]
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Revision as of 14:27, 11 April 2013

Welcome to the web site of the Gaia Science Alerts Working Group!

The Science Alerts Working Group is focussed on the real-time detection of variable sources. These include supernovae, microlensing events, exploding and eruptive stars, etc.


4th Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2013

IAP, Paris, 19-21 June 2013


Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2012, Bologna - archive of presentations

Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2011, Cambridge - archive of presentations

Gaia Science Alerts Workshop 2010, Cambridge - archive of presentations


The pages can be viewed without any restrictions. In order to add or edit them you need a password. Contact the administrator for personalized account.


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