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Evolution of the astrometric image quality (averaged over all AF CCDs) as a function of time as quantified by the Cramér-Rao centroiding diagnostic. A lower value indicates a better image quality and centroiding performance. Red lines refer to the preceding field of view; blue lines to the following field of view. The discontinuities refer to the decontaminations (dotted vertical lines) and refocussings (dashed blue and red lines; Sect. 6.4). OBMT stands for onboard mission timeline in units of six-hour revolutions since launch (Sect. 5.3.3). Gaia DR1 is based on data covering the interval OBMT = 1078.3795–2751.3518, delimited by dashed black lines.

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