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  • Thuillot W.; Bancelin D.; Ivantsov A.; Desmars J.; Assafin M.; Eggl S.; Hestroffer D.; Rocher P.; Carry B.; David P.; Abe L.; Andreev M.; Arlot J.; Asami A.; Ayvasian V.; Baransky A.; Belcheva M.; Bendjoya P.; Bikmaev I.; Burkhonov O.; Camci U.; Carbognani A.; Colas F.; Devyatkin A.; Ehgamberdiev S.; Enikova P.; Eyer L.; Galeev A.; Gerlach E.; Godunova V.; Golubaev A.; Gorshanov D.; Gumerov R.; Hashimoto N.; Helvaci M.; Ibryamov S.; Inasaridze R.; Khamitov I.; Kostov A.; Kozhukhov A.; Kozyryev Y.; Krugly Y.; Kryuchkovskiy V.; Kulichenko N.; Maigurova N.; Manilla-Robles A.; Martyusheva A.; Molotov I.; Nikolov G.; Nikolov P.; Nishiyama K.; Okumura S.; Palaversa L.; Parmonov O.; Peng Q.; Petrova S.; Pinigin G.; Pomazan A.; Rivet J.; Sakamoto T.; Sakhibullin N.; Sergeev O.; Sergeyev A.; Shulga O.; Suarez O.; Sybiryakova Y.; Takahashi N.; Tarady V.; Todd M.; Urakawa S.; Uysal O.; Vaduvescu O.; Vovk V.; Zhang X. (2015)
    © 2015 ESO. Aims. Astrometric observations performed by the Gaia Follow-Up Network for Solar System Objects (Gaia-FUN-SSO) play a key role in ensuring that moving objects first detected by ESA's Gaia mission remain recoverable ...

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