Latest Results from the EROS Microlensing Search for Dark Matter: Not Enough Stellar Mass Machos in the Galactic Halo
The EROS search for galactic dark matter through microlensing, now in its second phase, has been monitoring over 30 million stars in the Magellanic Clouds since 1996. I will describe results obtained from this search, including the most recent ones that indicate that the galactic halo cannot be fully comprised of objects lighter than 10 solar masses. I will compare these results to those recently presented by the MACHO group, and will discuss the prospects for choosing between the different possible interpretations, i.e. what fraction of the microlensing events are due to halo or Magellanic Cloud lenses.