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Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 04/2018, Volume 612, p. A76
Journal Article
Astronomy & astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 08/2018, Volume 616, p. A13
Journal Article
by Katz, D and Antoja, T and Romero-Gómez, M and Drimmel, R and Reylé, C and Seabroke, GM and Soubiran, C and Babusiaux, C and Di Matteo, P and Figueras, F and Poggio, E and Robin, AC and Evans, Dafydd Wyn and Brown, AGA and Vallenari, A and Prusti, T and De Bruijne, JHJ and Bailer-Jones, CAL and Biermann, M and Eyer, L and Jansen, F and Jordi, C and Klioner, SA and Lammers, U and Lindegren, L and Luri, X and Mignard, F and Panem, C and Pourbaix, D and Randich, S and Sartoretti, P and Siddiqui, HI and Van Leeuwen, Floor and Walton, Nicholas Andrew and Arenou, F and Bastian, U and Cropper, M and Lattanzi, MG and Bakker, J and Cacciari, C and Castañeda, J and Chaoul, L and Cheek, N and De Angeli, Francesca and Fabricius, C and Guerra, R and Holl, B and Masana, E and Messineo, R and Mowlavi, N and Nienartowicz, K and Panuzzo, P and Portell, J and Riello, Marco and Tanga, P and Thévenin, F and Gracia-Abril, G and Comoretto, G and Garcia-Reinaldos, M and Teyssier, D and Altmann, M and Andrae, R and Audard, M and Bellas-Velidis, I and Benson, K and Berthier, J and Blomme, R and Burgess, Patrick William and Busso, Giorgia and Carry, B and Cellino, A and Clementini, G and Clotet, M and Creevey, O and Davidson, M and De Ridder, J and Delchambre, L and Dell'Oro, A and Ducourant, C and Fernández-Hernández, J and Fouesneau, M and Frémat, Y and Galluccio, L and García-Torres, M and González-Núñez, J and González-Vidal, JJ and Gosset, E and Guy, LP and Halbwachs, JL and Hambly, NC
ISSN 0004-6361, 2018
Context. The second Gaia data release (Gaia DR2) contains high-precision positions, parallaxes, and proper motions for 1.3 billion sources as well as... 
Galaxy: kinematics and dynamics | solar neighborhood | Galaxy: disk
Journal Article
by Spoto, F and Tanga, P and Mignard, F and Berthier, J and Carry, B and Cellino, A and Dell'Oro, A and Hestroffer, D and Muinonen, K and Pauwels, T and Petit, JM and David, P and De Angeli, Francesca and Delbo, M and Frézouls, B and Galluccio, L and Granvik, M and Guiraud, J and Hernández, J and Ordénovic, C and Portell, J and Poujoulet, E and Thuillot, W and Walmsley, G and Brown, AGA and Vallenari, A and Prusti, T and De Bruijne, JHJ and Babusiaux, C and Bailer-Jones, CAL and Biermann, M and Evans, Dafydd Wyn and Eyer, L and Jansen, F and Jordi, C and Klioner, SA and Lammers, U and Lindegren, L and Luri, X and Panem, C and Pourbaix, D and Randich, S and Sartoretti, P and Siddiqui, HI and Soubiran, C and Van Leeuwen, Floor and Walton, Nicholas Andrew and Arenou, F and Bastian, U and Cropper, M and Drimmel, R and Katz, D and Lattanzi, MG and Bakker, J and Cacciari, C and Castañeda, J and Chaoul, L and Cheek, N and Fabricius, C and Guerra, R and Holl, B and Masana, E and Messineo, R and Mowlavi, N and Nienartowicz, K and Panuzzo, P and Riello, Marco and Seabroke, GM and Thévenin, F and Gracia-Abril, G and Comoretto, G and Garcia-Reinaldos, M and Teyssier, D and Altmann, M and Andrae, R and Audard, M and Bellas-Velidis, I and Benson, K and Blomme, R and Burgess, Patrick William and Busso, Giorgia and Clementini, G and Clotet, M and Creevey, O and Davidson, M and De Ridder, J and Delchambre, L and Ducourant, C and Fernández-Hernández, J and Fouesneau, M and Frémat, Y and García-Torres, M and GAIA Collaboration
Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 2018, Volume 616
Journal Article
Astronomy & Astrophysics, ISSN 1432-0746, 2018, Volume 616, pp. 1 - 15
Context. The second release of Gaia data (Gaia DR2) contains the astrometric parameters for more than half a million quasars. This set defines a kinematically... 
Fysik | Astronomi, astrofysik och kosmologi | Physical Sciences | Naturvetenskap | Reference systems | Natural Sciences | Catalogs | Astrometry | Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology
Journal Article
Astronomy & Astrophysics, ISSN 1432-0746, 2017, Volume 605, pp. 1 - 29
Context. Parallaxes for 331 classical Cepheids, 31 Type II Cepheids, and 364 RR Lyrae stars in common between Gaia and the Hipparcos and Tycho-2 catalogues are... 
parallaxes | stars: variables: RR Lyrae | methods: data analysis | stars: variables: Cepheids | astrometry | stars: distances
Journal Article
by Babusiaux, C and Van Leeuwen, Floor and Barstow, MA and Jordi, C and Vallenari, A and Bossini, D and Bressan, A and Cantat-Gaudin, T and Van Leeuwen, M and Brown, AGA and Prusti, T and De Bruijne, JHJ and Bailer-Jones, CAL and Biermann, M and Evans, Dafydd Wyn and Eyer, L and Jansen, F and Klioner, SA and Lammers, U and Lindegren, L and Luri, X and Mignard, F and Panem, C and Pourbaix, D and Randich, S and Sartoretti, P and Siddiqui, HI and Soubiran, C and Walton, Nicholas Andrew and Arenou, F and Bastian, U and Cropper, M and Drimmel, R and Katz, D and Lattanzi, MG and Bakker, J and Cacciari, C and Castañeda, J and Chaoul, L and Cheek, N and De Angeli, Francesca and Fabricius, C and Guerra, R and Holl, B and Masana, E and Messineo, R and Mowlavi, N and Nienartowicz, K and Panuzzo, P and Portell, J and Riello, Marco and Seabroke, GM and Tanga, P and Thévenin, F and Gracia-Abril, G and Comoretto, G and Garcia-Reinaldos, M and Teyssier, D and Altmann, M and Andrae, R and Audard, M and Bellas-Velidis, I and Benson, K and Berthier, J and Blomme, R and Burgess, Patrick William and Busso, Giorgia and Carry, B and Cellino, A and Clementini, G and Clotet, M and Creevey, O and Davidson, M and De Ridder, J and Delchambre, L and Dell'Oro, A and Ducourant, C and Fernández-Hernández, J and Fouesneau, M and Frémat, Y and Galluccio, L and García-Torres, M and González-Núñez, J and González-Vidal, JJ and Gosset, E and Guy, LP and Halbwachs, JL and Hambly, NC and Harrison, Diana Leone and Hernández, J and Luleå tekniska universitet and Institutionen för system- och rymdteknik and Rymdteknik
Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 2018, Volume 16, Issue A10
Journal Article
by Brown, AGA and Vallenari, A and Prusti, T and De Bruijne, JHJ and Babusiaux, C and Bailer-Jones, CAL and Biermann, M and Evans, Dafydd Wyn and Eyer, L and Jansen, F and Jordi, C and Klioner, SA and Lammers, U and Lindegren, L and Luri, X and Mignard, F and Panem, C and Pourbaix, D and Randich, S and Sartoretti, P and Siddiqui, HI and Soubiran, C and Van Leeuwen, Floor and Walton, Nicholas Andrew and Arenou, F and Bastian, U and Cropper, M and Drimmel, R and Katz, D and Lattanzi, MG and Bakker, J and Cacciari, C and Castañeda, J and Chaoul, L and Cheek, N and De Angeli, Francesca and Fabricius, C and Guerra, R and Holl, B and Masana, E and Messineo, R and Mowlavi, N and Nienartowicz, K and Panuzzo, P and Portell, J and Riello, Marco and Seabroke, GM and Tanga, P and Thévenin, F and Gracia-Abril, G and Comoretto, G and Garcia-Reinaldos, M and Teyssier, D and Altmann, M and Andrae, R and Audard, M and Bellas-Velidis, I and Benson, K and Berthier, J and Blomme, R and Burgess, Patrick William and Busso, Giorgia and Carry, B and Cellino, A and Clementini, G and Clotet, M and Creevey, O and Davidson, M and De Ridder, J and Delchambre, L and Dell'Oro, A and Ducourant, C and Fernández-Hernández, J and Fouesneau, M and Frémat, Y and Galluccio, L and García-Torres, M and González-Núñez, J and González-Vidal, JJ and Gosset, E and Guy, LP and Halbwachs, JL and Hambly, NC and Harrison, Diana Leone and Hernández, J and Hestroffer, D and Hodgkin, Simon Thomas and Hutton, A and Jasniewicz, G and Jean-Antoine-Piccolo, A and Luleå tekniska universitet and Institutionen för system- och rymdteknik and Rymdteknik
Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 2018, Volume 16, Issue A1
Journal Article
EPJ Web of Conferences, ISSN 2101-6275, 09/2017, Volume 152, p. 2005
We aim to construct an exceptionally deep (V ≲ 27) catalog of variable objects in selected Galactic and extragalactic fields visited multiple times by the... 
Variables | Hubble Space Telescope | Telescopes | Space telescopes | Object recognition | Cepheid variables | Smoothness
Conference Proceeding
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 07/2004, Volume 351, Issue 4, pp. 1290 - 1306
Journal Article
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, ISSN 1743-9213, 2016, Volume 10, Issue S318, pp. 327 - 329
AbstractNELIOTA is a new ESA activity launched at the National Observatory of Athens in February 2015 aiming to determine the distribution and frequency of... 
Moon | Telescopes | Asteroids | Astronomy | Automation | Searching | Cameras | Athens | Near-earth objects | Monitoring | Computer programs | Physics - Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
Journal Article
Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, ISSN 1743-9213, 2016, Volume 12, Issue 325, pp. 369 - 372
AbstractThe Hubble Catalog of Variables (HCV) is a 3 year ESA funded project that aims to develop a set of algorithms to identify variables among the sources... 
methods: statistical | stars: variables: other | methods: data analysis | Telescopes | Space telescopes | Archives | Hubble Space Telescope | Variability | Physics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics
Journal Article
Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, ISSN 0035-8711, 8/2000, Volume 316, Issue 4, pp. 749 - 767
Journal Article
ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, ISSN 0004-6361, 01/2020, Volume 633, p. A112
Context. This paper contains results from the first 30 months of the NELIOTA project for near-Earth objects and meteoroids impacting the lunar surface. We... 
FLASHES | techniques: photometric | Moon | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | SOLAR-WIND | FLUX | MODEL | meteorites, meteors, meteoroids
Journal Article
by F Spoto and P Tanga and F Mignard and J Berthier and B Carry and A Cellino and A Dell’Oro and D Hestroffer and K Muinonen and T Pauwels and J-M Petit and P David and F De Angeli and M Delbo and B Frézouls and L Galluccio and M Granvik and J Guiraud and J Hernández and C Ordénovic and J Portell and E Poujoulet and W Thuillot and G Walmsley and A G A Brown and A Vallenari and T Prusti and J H J de Bruijne and C Babusiaux and C A L Bailer-Jones and M Biermann and D W Evans and L Eyer and F Jansen and C Jordi and S A Klioner and U Lammers and L Lindegren and X Luri and C Panem and D Pourbaix and S Randich and P Sartoretti and H I Siddiqui and C Soubiran and F van Leeuwen and N A Walton and F Arenou and U Bastian and M Cropper and R Drimmel and D Katz and M G Lattanzi and J Bakker and C Cacciari and J Castañeda and L Chaoul and N Cheek and C Fabricius and R Guerra and B Holl and E Masana and R Messineo and N Mowlavi and K Nienartowicz and P Panuzzo and M Riello and G M Seabroke and F Thévenin and G Gracia-Abril and G Comoretto and M Garcia-Reinaldos and D Teyssier and M Altmann and R Andrae and M Audard and I Bellas-Velidis and K Benson and R Blomme and P Burgess and G Busso and G Clementini and M Clotet and O Creevey and M Davidson and J De Ridder and L Delchambre and C Ducourant and J Fernández-Hernández and M Fouesneau and Y Frémat and M García-Torres and J González-Núñez and J J González-Vidal and E Gosset and L P Guy and J-L Halbwachs and N C Hambly and D L Harrison and S T Hodgkin and ...
Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 08/2018, Volume 616, p. A13
Context. The Gaia spacecraft of the European Space Agency (ESA) has been securing observations of solar system objects (SSOs) since the beginning of its... 
Uncertainty | Solar systems | Brightness | Photometers | Spacecraft | Gaia Mission | Astrometry | Systematic errors | Gravitational effects | Contaminants | Asteroids | Signal processing | Gravity effects | Quality assessment | Solar system | Photometry | Physics | Astrophysics
Journal Article
by F Mignard and S A Klioner and L Lindegren and J Hernández and U Bastian and A Bombrun and D Hobbs and U Lammers and D Michalik and M Ramos-Lerate and M Biermann and J Fernández-Hernández and R Geyer and T Hilger and H I Siddiqui and H Steidelmüller and C Babusiaux and C Barache and S Lambert and A H Andrei and G Bourda and P Charlot and A G A Brown and A Vallenari and T Prusti and J H J de Bruijne and C A L Bailer-Jones and D W Evans and L Eyer and F Jansen and C Jordi and X Luri and C Panem and D Pourbaix and S Randich and P Sartoretti and C Soubiran and F van Leeuwen and N A Walton and F Arenou and M Cropper and R Drimmel and D Katz and M G Lattanzi and J Bakker and C Cacciari and J Castañeda and L Chaoul and N Cheek and F De Angeli and C Fabricius and R Guerra and B Holl and E Masana and R Messineo and N Mowlavi and K Nienartowicz and P Panuzzo and J Portell and M Riello and G M Seabroke and P Tanga and F Thévenin and G Gracia-Abril and G Comoretto and M Garcia-Reinaldos and D Teyssier and M Altmann and R Andrae and M Audard and I Bellas-Velidis and K Benson and J Berthier and R Blomme and P Burgess and G Busso and B Carry and A Cellino and G Clementini and M Clotet and O Creevey and M Davidson and J De Ridder and L Delchambre and A Dell’Oro and C Ducourant and M Fouesneau and Y Frémat and L Galluccio and M García-Torres and J González-Núñez and J J González-Vidal and E Gosset and L P Guy and J-L Halbwachs and N C Hambly and D L Harrison and D Hestroffer and S T Hodgkin and A Hutton and ...
Astronomy and Astrophysics, ISSN 0004-6361, 08/2018, Volume 616, p. A14
Context. The second release of Gaia data (Gaia DR2) contains the astrometric parameters for more than half a million quasars. This set defines a kinematically... 
Quasars | Pollution sources | Spherical harmonics | Ion cyclotron radiation | Cyclotron frequency | Gaia Mission | Radio | Statistical methods | Rotation | Point sources | Systematics | Active galactic nuclei | Reference systems | Photometry | Equator | Physics | Astrophysics
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