Percentage of detected binaries in our search in comparison with other ground-based surveys and recent results from the Kepler space mission (the last row).
|Authors||Field||Period of obs.||Method of searches||Total number of stars||Percentage of ecl/ell|
|Paczyński et al. (2006)||δ < + 28°||5–8 years||Fourier||17 000 000||0.065%|
|Weldrake & Bayliss (2008)||0.751 deg2, Lup||53 nights||AoV||110 372||0.172%|
|Pietrukowicz et al. (2009)||0.052 deg2, Car||4 nights||by eye & AoV||50 897||0.291%|
|Miller et al. (2010)||0.25 deg2, Nor||58 nights||LSA||335 592||0.301%|
|This work||0.052 deg2, Cen||2 nights||by eye||84 734||0.284%|
|Prša et al. (2011)||105 deg2, Cyg-Lyr||44 days||BLS||156 097||1.204%|
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