# 10.7.3 Final output

After the filtering and rejection procedure, the second Gaia data release contains 14 099 solar system objects, corresponding to 1 977 702 observations and 287 904 transits. The distribution of the residuals in the AL and AC directions are clearly showed in Figures 10.68 and 10.69. $96\%$ of the AL residuals fall in the interval [-5, 5] and $52\%$ are at sub-mas level. On the other side, almost all the residuals in AC ($98\%$) fall in the interval [-800,800]. The histogram in AC shows a peak around $0$, which is related to the distribution of the residuals as a function of the G magnitude: for objects fainter than G=13, the errors in AC are large, while for objects brighter than G=13 the full 2-D window is transmitted and the accuracy in AL and AC are similar (even though the accuracy in AC are still larger).

The analysis at CCD-level and at transit level and interpretation of asteroid residuals is completely contained in Gaia Collaboration et al. (2018f).