Gaia Data Release 2

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  title={Gaia Data Release 2},
  author={Federica Spoto and Paolo Tanga and François Mignard and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Berthier and Beno{\^i}t Carry and A Cellino and Aldo Dell’Oro and Daniel Hestroffer and Karri Muinonen and Th. Pauwels and J. M. Petit and Pedro David and F. De Angeli and Marco Delbo’ and Benoit Frezouls and Laurent Galluccio and Mikael Granvik and Julien Guiraud and J. Hern{\'a}ndez and C. Ordenovic and Jordi Portell and E. Poujoulet and William Thuillot and Gavin Walmsley and A. G. A. Brown and Antonella Vallenari and Timo Prusti and Jos de Bruijne and C. Babusiaux and Coryn A. L. Bailer-Jones and Michael Biermann and D. W. Evans and Laurent Eyer and Friedhelm Jansen and C. Jordi and Sergei A. Klioner and Uwe Lammers and Lennart Lindegren and Xavier Luri and Chantal Panem and Dimitri Pourbaix and Sofia Randich and Paola Sartoretti and H. Siddiqui and C. Soubiran and Floor van Leeuwen and Nancy A. Walton and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Arenou and Ulrich Bastian and Matthew Cropper and Ronald Drimmel and Daniel Martin Katz and Mario Gilberto Lattanzi and Joost M. Bakker and Carla Cacciari and Javier Casta{\~n}eda and Laurence Chaoul and N. Cheek and Claus Fabricius and R. Guerra and Berry Holl and Eduard Masana and Rosario Messineo and Nami Mowlavi and Krzysztof Nienartowicz and Pasquale Panuzzo and M. Riello and George Seabroke and F. Th{\'e}venin and G. Gracia-Abril and Gabriele Comoretto and M. Garcia-Reinaldos and David Teyssier and Martin Altmann and Ren{\'e} Andrae and M. Audard and Ioannis Bellas-Velidis and Kevin Benson and R. Blomme and P. W. Burgess and Giorgia Busso and G. Clementini and Marcial Clotet and Orlagh L. Creevey and Michael Davidson and Joris De Ridder and Ludovic Delchambre and Christine Ducourant and Jes{\'u}s Fern{\'a}ndez-Hern{\'a}ndez and Morgan Fouesneau and Yves Fr{\'e}mat and Miguel Garc{\'i}a-Torres and J. Gonz{\'a}lez-N{\'u}{\~n}ez and Juan Jos{\'e} Gonz{\'a}lez-Vidal and Eric Gosset and Leanne P. Guy and J. L. Halbwachs and Nigel C. Hambly and D L Harrison and Simon T. Hodgkin and Alexander Hutton and G{\'e}rard Jasniewicz and A. Jean-Antoine-Piccolo and Stefan Jordan and A. J. Korn and Alberto Krone-Martins and Alessandro C. Lanzafame and Thomas Lebzelter and W. L o¨ and Minia Manteiga and P. M. Marrese and Juan Manuel Mart{\'i}n-Fleitas and Andr{\'e} Moitinho and A. Mora and J. O. Osinde and E Pancino and Alejandra Recio-Blanco and P. J. Richards and Lorenzo Rimoldini and Annie C. Robin and Luis M. Sarro and Christos Siopis and M. W. L. Smith and Alessandro Sozzetti and Maria S{\"u}veges and Jordi Torra and W. van Reeven and Ummi Abbas and A. Abreu Aramburu and S. Accart and Conny Aerts and G. Altavilla and Marco Antonio {\'A}lvarez and Ruben {\'A}lvarez and Jo{\~a}o Alves and Richard I. Anderson and Alexandre Humberto Andrei and E. Anglada Varela and E. Antiche and T. Antoja and Bernardino Arcay and Tri L. Astraatmadja and Nuria Bach and Stephen Baker and Lola Balaguer-N{\'u}{\~n}ez and Paul Balm and Christophe Barache and Churchman Barata and Domenico Barbato and Fabio Barblan and Paul S. Barklem and David Barrado and M. Barros and Martin A. Barstow and L. Bartholom{\'e} Mu{\~n}oz and J.-L. Bassilana and Ugo Becciani and Michele Bellazzini and Angel Berihuete and Stefano Bertone and Luca Bianchi and Olivier Bienaym{\'e} and Sergi Blanco-Cuaresma and T. Boch and Corrado Boeche and Alex Bombrun and R. Borrachero and Diego Bossini and Sandrine Bouquillon and G{\'e}raldine Bourda and Angela Bragaglia and Lorenzo Bramante and Maarten A. Breddels and Alessandro Bressan and Nathalie Brouillet and Thomas Br{\"u}semeister and E. Brugaletta and Beatrice Bucciarelli and Alexandru Burlacu and Deborah Busonero and Alexey G. Butkevich and Raffaella Buzzi and Elisabetta Caffau and Rossella Cancelliere and Giacomo Cannizzaro and Tristan Cantat-Gaudin and Ruth Carballo and T. Carlucci and J. M. Carrasco and Laia Casamiquela and Marco Castellani and Alfred Castro-Ginard and Patrick Charlot and Laurent Chemin and Andrea Chiavassa and Gabriele Cocozza and Gr{\'a}inne Costigan and Shannon Cowell and F. Crifo and Mariateresa Crosta and C. M. Crowley and Johan Peter Cuypers and Carlos Dafonte and Yassine Damerdji and A. Dapergolas and M. David and Patrick de Laverny and Fulvia De Luise and R. De March and Rafael S. de Souza and Amaya {\'U}beda de Torres and Jonas Debosscher and Eduardo Del Pozo and Ademar Tavares Delgado and H{\'e}ctor E. Delgado and S. Diakit{\'e} and Catrina Diener and Elisa Distefano and Chris Dolding and Petros Drazinos and J. Dur{\'a}n and Bengt Edvardsson and Harry Enke and Kjell Eriksson and Pilar Esquej and G. Eynard Bontemps and Cyril Fabre and M. Fabrizio and Simchon Faigler and Ant{\'o}nio J. Falc{\~a}o and M. Farr{\`a}s Casas and Luciana Federici and Grigori Fedorets and Pierre Fernique and Francesca Figueras and Fabio Filippi and Krzysztof Findeisen and Antonio Fonti and Eduardo Miguel Gonz{\'a}lez Fraile and Mark Fraser and Mario Gai and Silvia Regina Galleti and Daniel Garabato and F. Garc{\'i}a-Sedano and Alessia Garofalo and Nora Garralda and Alvin Gavel and Panagiotis Gavras and Joris Gerssen and Reiner Geyer and Paolo Giacobbe and Gerry Gilmore and Sergi Girona and Gaetano Giuffrida and F. Glass and M. Gomes and Alain Gueguen and A. Guerrier and Ricardo Guti{\'e} and R{\'e}gis Haigron and Despina Hatzidimitriou and Marcus Hauser and M. Haywood and Ulrike Heiter and Amina Helmi and Jasmine Heu and Thomas Hilger and David Hobbs and W. Hofmann and G. Holland and Howard E. Huckle and Arkadiusz Hypki and V. Icardi and Katja Janssen and G. Jevardat de Fombelle and Peter G. Jonker and {\'A}ron L. Juh{\'a}sz and F. Julb{\'e} and Antonios Karampelas and A. Kewley and Jochen Klar and Angela Kochoska and Ralf Kohley and Katrien Kolenberg and Mary Kontizas and Evangelos Tzanni Kontizas and Sergey E. Koposov and Georges Kordopatis and Zuzanna Kostrzewa-Rutkowska and Pavel Koubsk{\'y} and S. Lambert and A. F. Lanza and Yannick Lasne and Joe B. Lavigne and Y. Le Fustec and C. Le Poncin-Lafitte and Yveline Lebreton and S. Leccia and Nicolas Leclerc and Isabelle Lecoeur-Taibi and Helmut Lenhardt and Fabrice Leroux and Shi-long Liao and Enrico Licata and H. E. P. Lindstr{\o}m and T. A. Lister and E. Livanou and A. Lobel and M. L{\'o}pez and S. Managau and Roy G. Mann and Gregory Mantelet and Olivier Marchal and Jonathan M. Marchant and M Marconi and S. Marinoni and G. Marschalk{\'o} and Douglas J. Marshall and M. Martino and G{\'a}bor Marton and N. Mary and Davide Massari and Gal Matijevi{\vc} and T Mazeh and Paul J. McMillan and Sergio Messina and Daniel Michalik and N. R. Millar and David Molina and Roberto Molinaro and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Moln{\'a}r and P. Montegriffo and R. Mor and Roberto Morbidelli and Thierry Morel and D. Morris and Angelo Fabio Mulone and Tatiana Muraveva and Ilaria Musella and Gijs Nelemans and Luciano Nicastro and L. Noval and William O'Mullane and D. Ord{\'o}{\~n}ez-Blanco and P. J. Osborne and Colin Pagani and Isabella Pagano and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Pailler and H. Palacin and Lovro Palaversa and Aviad Panahi and Michał Pawlak and Anna Marina Piersimoni and F. X. Pineau and Emese Plachy and G. Plum and Eloisa Poggio and Andrej Pr{\vs}a and L. Pulone and Elena Racero and Simone Ragaini and N. Rambaux and Mercedes Ramos-lerate and Sara Regibo and C{\'e}line Reyl{\'e} and F. Riclet and Vincenzo Ripepi and A. Riva and A. Rivard and Guy Rixon and T. G. R. Roegiers and Maroussia Roelens and Manuel Romero-G{\'o}mez and Nick Rowell and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Royer and L. Ruiz-Dern and Gilles Sadowski and T. Sagrist{\`a} Sell{\'e}s and Johannes Sahlmann and Jes{\'u}s J. Salgado and E. Salguero and Nico Sanna and Toni Santana-Ros and Maria Sarasso and H{\'e}lder Savietto and Mathias Schultheis and Eva Sciacca and Matthieu S{\'e}gol and Juan Carlos Segovia and Damien S{\'e}gransan and I-C. Shih and Lauri Siltala and A. F. Silva and Richard L. Smart and K. W. Smith and Enrique Solano and Filomena Solitro and Rosanna Sordo and S. Soria Nieto and Jean J Souchay and Alessandro Spagna and Ulrike Stampa and Iain A. Steele and Hagen Steidelm{\"u}ller and Craig Stephenson and Hristo Stoev and Frank Suess and Jean Surdej and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Szabados and Elza Szegedi-Elek and Daniel Tapiador and François Taris and G. Tauran and M. B. Taylor and R. Teixeira and David L. Terrett and Pierre Teyssandier and A. R. Titarenko and F. Torra Clotet and C. Turon and Ana Ulla and E. Utrilla and S. Uzzi and M. Vaillant and G. Valentini and Veronique Valette and Arjen van Elteren and E. Van Hemelryck and Matthijs van Leeuwen and Mariana E. Vaschetto and Alberto Vecchiato and Jovan Veljanoski and Y. P. Viala and D. Vicente and S. S. Vogt and Carolina von Essen and H. Voss and Viktor Votruba and S. Voutsinas and Michael J. Weiler and O. Wertz and Thomas Wevers and Łukasz Wyrzykowski and Aybuke Kupcu Yoldas and Maru{\vs}a Žerjal and Houri Ziaeepour and Juan Zorec and Sven Zschocke and S. Zucker and Christine Zurbach and T Zwitter},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
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