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. Farina, C. Feinstein, E.F. Lajus, 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. Lopez-Corredoira, Thomas 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, M. Soto, M. Tamura, C. Tappert, M.A. Thompson, I. Toledo, M. Zoccali, G. Pietrzynski

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)433-443
JournalDefault journal
StatePublished - Jul 2010

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