On the Gaia DR2 distances for Galactic luminous blue variables

@article{Smith2018OnTG,
  title={On the Gaia DR2 distances for Galactic luminous blue variables},
  author={N. Smith and Mojgan Aghakhanloo and J. Murphy and K. Stassun and M. Drout and J. Groh},
  journal={Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={488},
  pages={1760-1778}
}
NSF [AST-1515559]; National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) through HST from the Space Telescope Science Institute [AR-14316]; NASA [NAS5-26555]; National Science Foundation [1313036]; Dunlap Institute at the University of Toronto; Irish Research Council New Foundations Award 'Physics of Supernovae and Stars' [206086.14414]; NASA through Hubble Fellowship - Space Telescope Science Institute [NSG-HF2-51373] 
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