Sergio Hoyer (1) , Patricio Rojo (1) and Mercedes López-Morales (2 ) (1): Universidad de Chile. Astronomy Department. (2): Hubble Fellow, Carnegie Institution of Washington. POSTER #86. PROYECT. OGLE-TR-111: an interesting case.
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Sergio Hoyer(1) , Patricio Rojo(1) and Mercedes López-Morales(2)
(1): Universidad de Chile. Astronomy Department.
(2): Hubble Fellow, Carnegie Institution of Washington
OGLE-TR-111: an interesting case
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