MOA-2007-BLG-387Lb light curve I band (Batista+, 2011)

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The RoboNet collaboration also followed the event with their three 2m robotic telescopes : the Faulkes Telescopes The microlensing event MOA-2009-BLG-387 was alerted North (FTN) and South (FTS) in Hawaii and Australia by the MOA collaboration (Microlensing Observations in (Siding Springs Observatory) respectively, and the Liverpool Astrophysics) on 24 July 2009 at 15:08 UT, HJD'=HJD-24500000=5037.13, a few days before the first caustic entry. Many observatories obtained data of the event. The celestial coordinates of the event are RA=17:53:50.79 and DE=-33:59:25 (J2000.0) corresponding to Galactic coordinates: l=+356.56, b=-4.097.
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