The most recent Gaia data release (DR3) provides information on an order of magnitude more variable sources than Gaia DR2 in 2018. Among the published additional variability classes is the class of Young Stellar Objects (YSO). We present an extensive work of validation and describe the YSO catalogue in details.
Since the beginning of the last decade the analysis of huge amounts of data is a new challenge that researchers in general have to cope with. This is also true for astronomers and luckily the number of infrared facilities and the amount of data collected by them increased several order of magnitudes, leading us to new discoveries through data mining and knowledge discovery in databases using modern statistical methods, supervised and unsupervised machine learning.
We are living in the big data age and the analysis of huge amounts of data is a new challenge for researchers. This is especially true for astronomers. The number of infrared facilities and the amount of collected data increased several order of magnitudes in the last decade. Increasing data leading us to new discoveries …