Gaia-DR2 extended kinematical maps

  title={Gaia-DR2 extended kinematical maps},
  author={M. L{\'o}pez-Corredoira and Francisco Garz{\'o}n and H.-F. Wang and Francesco Sylos Labini and Roman Nagy and Ž. Chrob{\'a}kov{\'a} and J. Chang and Beatriz Villarroel},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics of Galaxies},
Context: In our Paper I, by using statistical deconvolution methods, extended kinematics maps of Gaia-DR2 data have been produced in a range of heliocentric distances that are a factor of two to three larger than those analyzed previously by the Gaia Collaboration with the same data. It added the range of Galactocentric distances between 13 kpc and 20 kpc to the previous maps. Aims: Here, we investigate the dynamical effects produced by different mechanisms that can explain the radial and… 
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