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Second Gaia Data Release will be on 25th April

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Remarkable News

The European Space Agency has just announced that the date of the publication of the Second Gaia Data Release (DR2) is scheduled for April 25th 2018
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Gaia-DR2 will include:

  • Complete Astrometry (positions, proper motions and parallax angles) for 1,300 million stars (up to a magnitude of G= 21).
  • Radial velocity for more than 5 million stars (G betwen 3 and 12).
  • Magnitude G for 1,500 million stars.
  • Magnitude G_BP & G_Rp for 1,100 million stars.
  • Astrometric Data of 1,300 already-known asteroids.
  • Effective temperatures for 150 million stars (G<17).
  • More than 500,000 light curves of variable stars.

Gaia - DR2 is based on the observations made during 22 months (558 days), while for comparison, Gaia-DR1 compiled data of 14 months of observations.

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