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Census of the Galaxy: Challenges for Photometry and Spectrometry with GAIA

Proceedings of the Workshop held in Vilnius, Lithuania 2–6 July 2001

  • Vladas Vansevičius
  • Arūnas Kučinskas
  • Jokūbas Sūdžius
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. GAIA: An Astrometric and Photometric Survey of our Galaxy

  3. GAIA: Photometry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 11-11
    2. Erik Høg
      Pages 13-19
    3. C. A. L. Bailer-Jones
      Pages 21-29
    4. Vladas Vansevičius, Audrius Bridžius, Ramutis Drazdys
      Pages 31-39
    5. Audrius Bridžius, Vladas Vansevičius
      Pages 41-46
    6. Viktoras Deveikis, Audrius Bridžius, Vladas Vansevičius
      Pages 47-50
    7. Claus Fabricius, Lennart Lindegren
      Pages 51-56
    8. Algirdas Kazlauskas, Vladas Vansevičius, Audrius Bridžius, Ramutis Drazdys, Romualdas Kalytis
      Pages 57-62
    9. Jokūbas Sūdžius, Vladas Vansevičius
      Pages 63-66
    10. Jens Knude, Nadejda Kaltcheva
      Pages 67-70
    11. Aleksey Mironov, Andrey Zakharov
      Pages 71-76
    12. E. Lastennet, T. Lejeune, E. Oblak, P. Westera, R. Buser
      Pages 83-87
    13. Naoteru Gouda, Takuji Tsujimoto, Yukiyasu Kobayashi, Tadashi Nakajima, Naoki Yasuda, Hideo Matsuhara
      Pages 89-94
  4. GAIA: Astrophysical Issues

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 95-95
    2. Jokūbas Sūdžius, Saulius Raudeliūnas, Arūnas Kučinskas, Audrius Bridžius, Vladas Vansevičius
      Pages 109-114
    3. Oleg Malkov, Elena Kilpio
      Pages 115-118
    4. Arūnas Kučinskas, Vladas Vansevičius
      Pages 119-124
    5. Antanas Bartkevičius, Artūras Gudas
      Pages 125-128
    6. Viktoras Deveikis, Julius Sperauskas, Vladas Vansevičius
      Pages 133-137
    7. Gražina Tautvaišienė, Bengt Edvardsson
      Pages 143-150
    8. Arūnas Kučinskas, Vladas Vansevičius, Toshihiko Tanabé
      Pages 151-157
    9. Arūnas Kučinskas, Audrius Bridžius, Vladas Vansevičius
      Pages 159-163
    10. G. A. Tammann, B. Reindl
      Pages 165-182
  5. Discussion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 183-183
    2. Chris Flynn
      Pages 185-189

About these proceedings

Introduction

Astrometry from space was performed for the first time and with great success by the ESA Hipparcos satellite (1989-93). This mission was designed as an as­ trometry mission, but the use of a photon counting detector made it possible to produce very important photometric results: the most accurate astronomical pho­ tometry ever by the main Hipparcos mission in a very broad band of 120000 stars, and the two-colour Tycho-2 photometry of 2.5 million stars. The cornerstone ESA mission GAIA was approved in October 2000 for launch not later than 2012. This mission will use CCDs in time-delayed integration mode instead of the photo-cathode detectors used in Hipparcos. Due to the higher quantum efficiency of the CCDs, simultaneous integration of many stars, and larger tele­ scope apertures GAIA will utilize the star light a million times more efficiently than Hipparcos, resulting in astrometry and multi-colour photometry for one billion stars. GAIA photometry is crucial for the scientific utilization of the astrometric results, and the photometric data have a high scientific content in themselves.

Keywords

Population astrometry interstellar matter photometry planet space astrometry star star formation

Editors and affiliations

  • Vladas Vansevičius
    • 1
  • Arūnas Kučinskas
    • 2
  • Jokūbas Sūdžius
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of PhysicsVilniusLithuania
  2. 2.Vilnius University ObservatoryVilniusLithuania

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-0361-2
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-3911-6
  • Online ISBN 978-94-010-0361-2
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