Publications

  • Gaia Early Data Release 3. Structure and properties of the Magellanic Clouds

    Context. This work is part of the Gaia Data Processing and Analysis Consortium papers published with the Gaia Early Data Release 3 (EDR3). It is one of the demonstration papers aiming to highlight the improvements and quality of the newly published data by applying them to a scientific case. Aims: We use the Gaia EDR3 data to study the structure

    Gaia Collaboration et al.

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    5
    2021
  • Gaia Early Data Release 3. Summary of the contents and survey properties

    Context. We present the early installment of the third Gaia data release, Gaia EDR3, consisting of astrometry and photometry for 1.8 billion sources brighter than magnitude 21, complemented with the list of radial velocities from Gaia DR2. Aims: A summary of the contents of Gaia EDR3 is presented, accompanied by a discussion on the differences with

    Gaia Collaboration et al.

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    5
    2021
  • Gaia Early Data Release 3. The Gaia Catalogue of Nearby Stars

    Aims: We produce a clean and well-characterised catalogue of objects within 100 pc of the Sun from the Gaia Early Data Release 3. We characterise the catalogue through comparisons to the full data release, external catalogues, and simulations. We carry out a first analysis of the science that is possible with this sample to demonstrate its

    Gaia Collaboration et al.

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    5
    2021
  • Gaia Early Data Release 3. The Galactic anticentre

    Aims: We aim to demonstrate the scientific potential of the Gaia Early Data Release 3 (EDR3) for the study of different aspects of the Milky Way structure and evolution and we provide, at the same time, a description of several practical aspects of the data and examples of their usage. Methods: We used astrometric positions, proper motions

    Gaia Collaboration et al.

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    5
    2021
  • Extreme emission-line galaxies in SDSS - I. Empirical and model-based calibrations of chemical abundances

    Local star-forming galaxies show properties that are thought to differ from galaxies in the early Universe. Among them, the ionizing stellar populations and the gas geometry make the recipes designed to derive chemical abundances from nebular emission lines to differ from those calibrated in the Local Universe. A sample of 1969 extreme emission

    Pérez-Montero, E. et al.

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    6
    2021
  • The EURONEAR Lightcurve Survey of Near Earth Asteroids—Teide Observatory, Tenerife, 2015

    One meter class telescopes could bring important contributions in the acquisition of lightcurves of near earth asteroids (NEAs), based on which rotations and other physical properties could be derived or constrained. Part of a collaboration between IAC, ESA and the EURONEAR during the semester 2015A, the IAC80 and OGS telescopes at Teide

    Vaduvescu, O. et al.

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    10
    2021