Hipparcos, the New Reduction of the Raw Data

@inproceedings{Leeuwen2007HipparcosTN,
  title={Hipparcos, the New Reduction of the Raw Data},
  author={Floor van Leeuwen},
  year={2007}
}
List of Figures. List of Tables. List of Acronyms. Preface. Introduction. Dedication. Part I The Hipparcos mission. 1. THE HIPPARCOS MISSION. 1.1 Overture. 1.2 The mission. 1.3 The published data. 1.4 Concepts of the new reduction. 2. HIPPARCOS ASTROMETRY 2.1 From positions and velocities to astrometric data. 2.2 The Hipparcos astrometric data 2.3 Reconstruction of the along-scan rotation phase. 2.4 Grid distortions 2.5 Astrometric-parameter solutions. Part II Exploring the Hipparcos… 
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