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Revisiting TW Hydrae association in light of Gaia-DR1

  • R. Teixeira (a1), E. R. Gonoretzky (a1), C. Ducourant (a2), P. A. B. Galli (a1) and A. G. O. Krone-Martins (a3)...

Abstract

TW Hydrae is a very young and nearby association with about 30 known members which is an excellent target for studies on stellar evolution since several of its members present a particular interest (planetary system, brown dwarfs, etc.). With the new data from TGAS and the Gaia DR1 eventually combined with others astrometric data we intend to improve our kinematic knowledge of this association.

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