The expected performance of stellar parametrization with Gaia spectrophotometry

@article{Liu2012TheEP,
  title={The expected performance of stellar parametrization with Gaia spectrophotometry},
  author={C. Liu and C. Bailer-Jones and R. Sordo and A. Vallenari and R. Borrachero and X. Luri and P. Sartoretti},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2012}
}
Gaia will obtain astrometry and spectrophotometry for essentially all sources in the sky down to a broad band magnitude limit of G=20, an expected yield of 10^9 stars. Its main scientific objective is to reveal the formation and evolution of our Galaxy through chemo-dynamical analysis. In addition to inferring positions, parallaxes and proper motions from the astrometry, we must also infer the astrophysical parameters of the stars from the spectrophotometry, the BP/RP spectrum. Here we… Expand
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