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Gaia-GOSA, an interactive tool for ground-based observations

Author: Toni Santana-Ros, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań. To help observers playing an important role in the Gaia mission and provide valuable observation record that will be used when analysing the Solar System Objects (SSO) Gaia release, we have created a WWW service called Gaia-Groundbased Observation Service for Asteroids (Gaia-GOSA). The service is publicly available at Any […]

September 29, 2015 | Toni Santana-Ros

The Montsec Observatory and the Gaia science alerts

Author: Josep Manel Carrasco (Institut de Ciències del Cosmos – Universitat de Barcelona (ICCUB) While repeatedly scanning the sky, sometimes Gaia detects a source increasing their brightness with respect to previous observations. This is a Gaia science alert and can be due to several types of phenomenae (supernova explosions, novae, microlensing effects, among others). The […]

June 23, 2015 | Josep Manel Carrasco

Welcome to the blog of the Gaiaverse portal!

Gaiaverse is the name chosen for the portal of the GENIUS project dedicated to public outreach. The name tries to summarize the aim of the portal: to bring the Universe closer to the general public through the ESA Gaia mission. Here you will find the latest news of Gaia, but also all kinds of resources for outreach and tools to explore […]

June 11, 2015 | gaiaverse