High-precision photometry with Ariel. / Szabo, Gyula; Kalman, Szilard; Pribula, Theodor; Claret, Antonio; Mugnai, Lorenzo; Pascale, Enzo; Waltham, Dave; Borsato, Luca; Garai, Zoltan; Szabo, Robert.

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High-precision photometry with Ariel. / Szabo, Gyula; Kalman, Szilard; Pribula, Theodor; Claret, Antonio; Mugnai, Lorenzo; Pascale, Enzo; Waltham, Dave; Borsato, Luca; Garai, Zoltan; Szabo, Robert.

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Szabo, G, Kalman, S, Pribula, T, Claret, A, Mugnai, L, Pascale, E, Waltham, D, Borsato, L, Garai, Z & Szabo, R 2021, 'High-precision photometry with Ariel', Experimental Astronomy. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10686-021-09777-x

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Szabo, G., Kalman, S., Pribula, T., Claret, A., Mugnai, L., Pascale, E., Waltham, D., Borsato, L., Garai, Z., & Szabo, R. (2021). High-precision photometry with Ariel. Experimental Astronomy. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10686-021-09777-x

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Szabo G, Kalman S, Pribula T, Claret A, Mugnai L, Pascale E et al. High-precision photometry with Ariel. Experimental Astronomy. 2021 Aug 5. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10686-021-09777-x

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Szabo, Gyula ; Kalman, Szilard ; Pribula, Theodor ; Claret, Antonio ; Mugnai, Lorenzo ; Pascale, Enzo ; Waltham, Dave ; Borsato, Luca ; Garai, Zoltan ; Szabo, Robert. / High-precision photometry with Ariel. In: Experimental Astronomy. 2021.

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