Butkevich Alexey - Gaia
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Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden
Alexey Butkevich is a member of Gaia CU3 (Core Processing) where he works on various aspects of the astrometric processing of the Gaia data mainly focusing on the velocity determination from Gaia's own observations. Space astrometry and its various applications have been his main interests in astronomy ever since 1995, when he joined the Struve space astrometry project in Pulkovo Observatory, Saint-Petersburg. There he led the scientific and programming implementation of the data reduction. Since 2006 Alexey has been working at the Lohrmann Observatory, Dresden, with Sergei Klioner.
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