Fundamental Properties of Co-moving Stars Observed by Gaia

@article{Bochanski2018FundamentalPO,
  title={Fundamental Properties of Co-moving Stars Observed by Gaia},
  author={John J. Bochanski and Jacqueline K. Faherty and Jonathan Gagn'e and Olivia Nelson and Kristina Coker and Iliya Smithka and Deion Desir and Chelsea Vasquez},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={155}
}
We have estimated fundamental parameters for a sample of co-moving stars observed by Gaia and identified by Oh et al. We matched the Gaia observations to the 2MASS and Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer catalogs and fit MIST isochrones to the data, deriving estimates of the mass, radius, [Fe/H], age, distance, and extinction to 9754 stars in the original sample of 10606 stars. We verify these estimates by comparing our new results to previous analyses of nearby stars, examining fiducial… 

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