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Gaia Data Release 1. The photometric data

van Leeuwen, F.; Evans, D. W.; De Angeli, F.; Jordi, C.; Busso, G.; Cacciari, C.; Riello, M.; Pancino, E.; Altavilla, G.; Brown, A. G. A.; Burgess, P.; Carrasco, J. M.; Cocozza, G.; Cowell, S.; Davidson, M.; De Luise, F.; Fabricius, C.; Galleti, S.; Gilmore, G.; Giuffrida, G.; Hambly, N. C.; Harrison, D. L.; Hodgkin, S. T.; Holland, G.; MacDonald, I.; Marinoni, S.; Montegriffo, P.; Osborne, P.; Ragaini, S.; Richards, P. J.; Rowell, N.; Voss, H.; Walton, N. A.; Weiler, M.; Castellani, M.; Delgado, A.; Høg, E.; van Leeuwen, M.; Millar, N. R.; Pagani, C.; Piersimoni, A. M.; Pulone, L.; Rixon, G.; Suess, F. F.; Wyrzykowski, Ł.; Yoldas, A.; Alecu, A.; Allan, P. M.; Balaguer-Núñez, L.; Barstow, M. A.; Bellazzini, M.; Belokurov, V.; Blagorodnova, N.; Bonfigli, M.; Bragaglia, A.; Brown, S.; Bunclark, P.; Buonanno, R.; Burgon, R.; Campbell, H.; Collins, R. S.; Cross, N. J. G.; Ducourant, C.; van Elteren, A.; Evans, N. W.; Federici, L.; Fernández-Hernández, J.; Figueras, F.; Fraser, M.; Fyfe, D.; Gebran, M.; Heyrovsky, A.; Holl, B.; Holland, A. D.; Iannicola, G.; Irwin, M.; Koposov, S. E.; Krone-Martins, A.; Mann, R. G.; Marrese, P. M.; Masana, E.; Munari, U.; Ortiz, P.; Ouzounis, A.; Peltzer, C.; Portell, J.; Read, A.; Terrett, D.; Torra, J.; Trager, S. C.; Troisi, L.; Valentini, G.; Vallenari, A. and Wevers, T. (2017). Gaia Data Release 1. The photometric data. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 599 A32.

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Abstract

Context. This paper presents an overview of the photometric data that are part of the first Gaia data release.

Aims. The principles of the processing and the main characteristics of the Gaia photometric data are presented.

Methods. The calibration strategy is outlined briefly and the main properties of the resulting photometry are presented.

Results. Relations with other broadband photometric systems are provided. The overall precision for the Gaia photometry is shown to be at the milli-magnitude level and has a clear potential to improve further in future releases.

Item Type: Journal Item
ISSN: 0004-6361
Academic Unit/School: Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) > Physical Sciences
Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Research Group: Centre for Electronic Imaging (CEI)
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Item ID: 51397
Depositing User: Andrew Holland
Date Deposited: 18 Oct 2017 14:25
Last Modified: 01 Jun 2019 09:23
URI: http://oro.open.ac.uk/id/eprint/51397
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