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  • The transient sky has never been more exciting. Numerous current and near-future large-scale surveys (PanStarrs, PTF, SkyMapper, Gaia, SWIFT ...erts team, is responsible for generating alerts on transient and anomalous events detected in the data stream of the Gaia satellite  - cornerstone ESA missi
    5 KB (749 words) - 11:58, 11 June 2012
  • The transient sky has never been more exciting. Numerous current and generating alerts on transient and anomalous events detected in the
    3 KB (466 words) - 13:05, 29 May 2012
  • The transient sky has never been more exciting. Numerous current and near-future large-scale surveys (PanStarrs, PTF, SkyMapper, Gaia, SWIFT ...erts team, is responsible for generating alerts on transient and anomalous events detected in the data stream of the Gaia satellite  - cornerstone ESA missi
    4 KB (532 words) - 11:52, 11 June 2012
  • ...will find many transient events, including supernovae, novae, microlensing events, quasar flares, etc. Getting ready for this influx of Gaia data is now very ...IAP in Paris, on 19-21 June 2013. During the workshop we will present the current status of the Gaia mission with an emphasis on developments in the alert pi
    1 KB (250 words) - 14:28, 19 April 2013
  • |Current and Future Palomar Time-Domain Surveys [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow |Predicting Microlensing Events [http://www.astrouw.edu.pl/~wyrzykow/GAIA/GSAW2014/slides/WynEvans.pdf pdf]
    13 KB (1,724 words) - 08:06, 6 October 2014
  • Gaia will join numerous current large-scale surveys like PTF, PANSTARRS, CRTS, SkyMapper, OGLE, LOFAR, whic ...g supernovae, tidal disruption events, cataclysmic variables, microlensing events, young stellar objects, R Corona Borealis-type stars and others.
    4 KB (587 words) - 02:35, 26 March 2014