Gaia Data Release 2

@article{Lindegren2018GaiaDR,
  title={Gaia Data Release 2},
  author={Lennart Lindegren and J. Hernandez and Alex Bombrun and Sergei A. Klioner and Ulrich Bastian and Mercedes Ramos-lerate and Anthony D. Torres and H. Steidelmuller and Craig Stephenson and David Hobbs and Uwe Lammers and Michael Biermann and R. Geyer and T. Hilger and Daniel Michalik and Ulrike Stampa and Paul J McMillan and Javier Casta{\~n}eda and Marcial Clotet and Gabriele Comoretto and Michael Davidson and Claus Fabricius and G. Gracia and Nigel C. Hambly and Alexander Hutton and Andr{\'e} Mora and Jordi Portell and Floor van Leeuwen and Ummi Abbas and Asier Abreu and Martin Altmann and A. H. Andrei and E. Anglada and L. Balaguer-N{\'u}{\~n}ez and Christophe Barache and Ugo Becciani and Stefano Bertone and Luca Bianchi and S{\'e}bastien Bouquillon and G{\'e}raldine Bourda and T. Brusemeister and Beatrice Bucciarelli and Deborah Busonero and Raffaella Buzzi and Rossella Cancelliere and T. Carlucci and Patrick Charlot and N. Cheek and Mariateresa Crosta and C. M. Crowley and Jos H.J. de Bruijne and Fernando de Felice and Ronald Drimmel and Pilar Esquej and A. Fienga and Eduardo Miguel Gonz{\'a}lez Fraile and Mario Gai and Nora Garralda and Juan Jos{\'e} Gonz{\'a}lez-Vidal and R. Guerra and Marcus Hauser and W. Hofmann and Berry Holl and Stefan Jordan and Mario Gilberto Lattanzi and Helmut Lenhardt and Shi-long Liao and Enrico Licata and Tim Lister and Wolfgang Loffler and Jonathan M. Marchant and Juan Manuel Mart{\'i}n-Fleitas and Rosario Messineo and François Mignard and Roberto Morbidelli and E. Poggio and Alberto Riva and Nick Rowell and E. Salguero and M. Sarasso and Eva Sciacca and H. Siddiqui and R. L. Smart and Alessandro Spagna and Iain A. Steele and François Taris and Jordi Torra and Arjen van Elteren and Wouter van Reeven and Alberto Vecchiato},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2018}
}
Context. Gaia Data Release 2 (Gaia DR2) contains results for 1693 million sources in the magnitude range 3 to 21 based on observations collected by the European Space Agency Gaia satellite during the first 22 months of its operational phase. Aims. We describe the input data, models, and processing used for the astrometric content of Gaia DR2, and the validation of these resultsperformed within the astrometry task. Methods. Some 320 billion centroid positions from the pre-processed astrometric… 
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This work describes the input data, the treatment of blue photometer/red photometer (BP/RP) low-resolution spectra required to produce the integrated GBP and GRP fluxes, the process used to establish the internal Gaia photometric system, and finally, the generation of the mean source photometry from the calibrated epoch data for Gaia DR2.
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