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Mass function of the stellar remnants in the Milky Way

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Gravitational microlensing is the only technique allowing for detecting individual and non-interacting stellar remnants, in particular neutron stars and black holes. I will present candidates for stellar remnant microlenses found in the decade-long photometric monitoring of hundred million stars towards the Galactic Bulge by the Polish OGLE project. I will show how combining photometry from OGLE and astrometry from Gaia mission will ultimately solve the uncertainties in the mass measurements of stellar remnants.

This talk is part of the Institute of Astronomy Seminars series.

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