Information on Gaia Data Release 1 contents, completeness and limitations.
Titles and links to papers describing the data processing of Gaia Data Release 1.
Gaia Data Release 1 data is now available.
When using Gaia data, please acknowledge the work of the people involved and provide credits and necessary citations.
The full documentation for the first data release, both on webpages and with a downloadable PDF-file
More information on the photometric system used for Gaia Data Release 1.
Gaia Data Release 1 is accessible through ADQL queries. You can use ADQL to extract the data and then download the resulting table.
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Selection of stories related to Gaia Data Release 1
14/09/16: Pluto Stellar Occultation
16/09/16: First DR1 results
21/10/16: Asteroid Occultation
27/10/16: Microlensing Follow-Up
15/11/16: Successful first DR1 Workshop
24/01/17: Gaia turns its eyes to asteroid hunting
10/04/17: How faint are the faintest Gaia stars?
12/04/17: Two million stars on the move
20/04/17: Extra-galactic observations with Gaia
20/04/17: Gaia's snapshot of another galaxy
09/06/17: The future of the Orion constellation
13/12/17: Gaia's view of our galactic neighbours
03/04/18: Gaia's view of dark interstellar clouds