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J/AcA/51/175  OGLE-II DIA microlensing events             (Wozniak+, 2001)
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Beginning of ReadMe : J/AcA/51/175 OGLE-II DIA microlensing events (Wozniak+, 2001) ================================================================================ Difference Image Analysis of the OGLE-II bulge data. II. Microlensing events. Wozniak P.R., Udalski A., Szymanski M., Kubiak M., Pietrzynski G., Soszynski I., Zebrun K. <Acta Astron., 51, 175 (2001)> =2001AcA....51..175W ================================================================================ ADC_Keywords: Gravitational lensing Keywords: gravitational lensing - dark matter - Galaxy: center - catalogs Abstract: We present a sample of microlensing events discovered in the Difference Image Analysis (DIA) of the OGLE-II images collected during three observing seasons, 1997-1999. 4424 light curves pass our criteria on the presence of a brightening episode on top of a constant baseline. Among those, 512 candidate microlensing events were selected visually. We designed an automated procedure, which unambiguously selects up to 237 best events. Including eight candidate events recovered by other means, a total of 520 light curves are presented in this work.

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