Gaia Data Release 2
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Fig. 2

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Temporal density distribution of the ≈51 billion G–band observations contributingto Gaia DR2. Each column in the heatmap shows the density of observations within a given OBMT day for each OBMTday. The OBMT revolution is shown on the top abscissa axis to facilitate interpretation. The high-density features are the Galactic plane crossing the two FoVs either in the Galaxy inner or outer direction (see the text for more details). The gaps related to the events listed in Table 1 are also visible. Other small gaps are due to telemetry data that could not be included in Gaia DR2 because they were affected by processing problems.

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