VISTA Variables in the Via Lactea (VVV): The public ESO near-IR variability survey of the Milky Way

D. Minniti, P. W. Lucas, J. P. Emerson, R. K. Saito, M. Hempel, P. Pietrukowicz, A. V. Ahumada, M. V. Alonso, J. Alonso-Garcia, J. I. Arias, R. M. Bandyopadhyay, R. H. Barbá, B. Barbuy, L. R. Bedin, E. Bica, J. Borissova, L. Bronfman, G. Carraro, M. Catelan, J. J. ClariáN. Cross, R. de Grijs, I. Dékány, J. E. Drew, C. Fariña, C. Feinstein, E. Fernández Lajús, R. C. Gamen, D. Geisler, W. Gieren, B. Goldman, O. A. Gonzalez, G. Gunthardt, S. Gurovich, N. C. Hambly, M. J. Irwin, V. D. Ivanov, A. Jordán, E. Kerins, K. Kinemuchi, R. Kurtev, M. López-Corredoira, T. Maccarone, N. Masetti, D. Merlo, M. Messineo, I. F. Mirabel, L. Monaco, L. Morelli, N. Padilla, T. Palma, M. C. Parisi, G. Pignata, M. Rejkuba, A. Roman-Lopes, S. E. Sale, M. R. Schreiber, A. C. Schröder, M. Smith, L. Sodré Jr., M. Soto, M. Tamura, C. Tappert, M. A. Thompson, I. Toledo, M. Zoccali, G. Pietrzynski

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