I am working on a supertabular table in a two-column document.

When the table is supposed to have a page break, it does not continue on the second page, but right on the first page and on top of the first bit of the table. enter image description here

How can I get the table to continue on the second page instead? My code is below:

\documentclass[10pt,a4paper,twocolumn]{article}
\usepackage{f1000_styles}
\usepackage{supertabular}
\usepackage{blindtext}
\usepackage{lscape,supertabular,booktabs}
\usepackage{ragged2e}
\usepackage{booktabs}
\usepackage{lmodern}
 \usepackage{pbox}

\tablefirsthead{

    \hline
    \rowcolor{gray!50}
    \textbf{Study}  
    &   \textbf{Data sources}   
    &   \textbf{No. of analysed publications} 
    &   \textbf{Publication years} 
    &   \textbf{Definition of open access} 
    &   \textbf{\% Open access by discipline (year)} 
    \\
    \hline
}

\tablehead{     
\hline
    \rowcolor{gray!50}
    \multicolumn{6}{|l|}{\small\sl continued from previous page}\\
    \hline
    \textbf{Study}  
    &   \textbf{Data sources}   
    &   \textbf{No. of analysed publications} 
    &   \textbf{Publication years} 
    &   \textbf{Definition of open access} 
    &   \textbf{\% Open access by discipline (year)} 
      \\
     \hline
}


 \tabletail{
 \hline
 \multicolumn{6}{|r|}{\small\sl - continued on next page -}\\
 \hline
 }


 \tablelasttail{
 \hline
 }



\centering
 \begin{center}
\begin{supertabular}             
{|p{1.5cm}|p{2.1cm}|p{1.5cm}|p{1.7cm}|p{1.6cm}|p{6.7cm}|}

Bosman and Kramer (2018) & Full WoS database, combined with oaDOI database &         
12.3 million articles and reviews & 2010 - 2017 & Gold, Green & All 
disciplines: 29.4\% (2016)\newline \hangindent=1em\
Life Sciences \& Biomedicine: 41.7\% (from 21.0\% in Nursing to 66.7\% in 
Cell Biology) \newline Social Sciences: 17.3\% (from 9.9\% in Cultural 
Studies to 25.7\% in Psychology) \newline Arts \& Humanities: 13.9\% (from 
6.5\% in Classics to 17.2\% in History) \newline Physical         
Sciences/Technology: 14.8\% (from 11.5\% in Energy/Fuels to 34.2\% in 
Meteorology) \\
\hline
\rowcolor{gray!25}
Piwowar et al. (2018) & Random sample of recent journal articles indexed in 
WoS, combined with oaDOI database & 100,000 articles & 2009 - 2015 & Gold, 
Hybrid, Bronze, Green & All disciplines: 36.1\% (2009-2015)\newline 
\hangindent=1em\ Biomedical Research: 58.5\% \newline Mathematics: 52.7\% 
\newline Clinical Medicine: 47.8\% \newline Health: 41.8\% \newline Earth 
and Space: 40.4\% \newline Biology: 32.7\% \newline Physics: 31.6\% \newline 
Psychology: 29.7\% \newline Social Sciences: 25.1\% \newline Professional 
Fields: 20.6\% \newline Engineering and Technology: 17.4\% \newline         
Chemistry: 15.5\%
\\
\hline
Martín-Martín et al. (2018) & All documents with a DOI from WoS, Social 
Sciences Citation Index and Arts \& Humanities Citations Index, combined 
with GS & 2.6 million documents & 2009 and 2014 & Gold, Hybrid, Bronze, 
Green & All disciplines: 54.6\% (2009, 2014) \newline \hangindent=1em\ 
Medical and Life Sciences: 60\% \newline Natural Sciences: 50\% \newline 
Social and Behavioural Sciences: 49.9\% \newline Engineering Sciences: 
40.2\% \newline Language, Information and Communication: 36.3\% \newline 
Law, Arts and Humanities: 32.3\% 
\\
\hline
\rowcolor{gray!25}
Science-Metrix (2018) & All articles in WoS and Scopus, combined with 
1science database of OA articles & 13.2 million articles & 2006 - 2015 & 
"Gratis" OA (Gold, Green, Other) & All disciplines: 55\% (2014) \newline 
\hangindent=1em\ Health Sciences: 59\% \newline Natural Sciences: 55\% 
\newline Applied Sciences: 47\% \newline Economic \& Social Sciences: 44\% 
\newline Arts \& Humanities: 24\% 
\\

Bosman and Kramer (2018) & Full WoS database, combined with oaDOI database & 
12.3 million articles and reviews & 2010 - 2017 & Gold, Green & All 
disciplines: 29.4\% (2016)\newline \hangindent=1em\
Life Sciences \& Biomedicine: 41.7\% (from 21.0\% in Nursing to 66.7\% in 
Cell Biology) \newline Social Sciences: 17.3\% (from 9.9\% in Cultural 
Studies to 25.7\% in Psychology) \newline Arts \& Humanities: 13.9\% (from 
6.5\% in Classics to 17.2\% in History) \newline Physical 
Sciences/Technology: 14.8\% (from 11.5\% in Energy/Fuels to 34.2\% in 
Meteorology) \\
\hline
\end{supertabular}
\end{center}

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