SDSS-III: MASSIVE SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEYS OF THE DISTANT UNIVERSE, THE MILKY WAY, AND EXTRA-SOLAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS

@article{Eisenstein2007SDSSIIIMS,
  title={SDSS-III: MASSIVE SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEYS OF THE DISTANT UNIVERSE, THE MILKY WAY, AND EXTRA-SOLAR PLANETARY SYSTEMS},
  author={Daniel J. Eisenstein and David H. Weinberg and Eric Agol and Hiroaki Aihara and Carlos Allende Prieto and Scott F. Anderson and James A. Arns and Eric Aubourg and Stephen Bailey and Eduardo Balbinot and Robert H. Barkhouser and Timothy C. Beers and Andreas A. Berlind and Steven J. Bickerton and Dmitry Bizyaev and Michael R. Blanton and J. J. Bochanski and Adam S. Bolton and Casey T. Bosman and Jo Bovy and Howard J. Brewington and William N. Brandt and B. Breslauer and Jonathan V. Brinkmann and Peter. J. Brown and Joel R. Brownstein and Dan Burger and Nicolas Busca and Heather C. Campbell and Phillip A. Cargile and William C. Carithers and Joleen K. Carlberg and Michael A. Carr and Yan-mei Chen and Cristina Chiappini and Johan Comparat and Natalia Connolly and Marina Cort{\^e}s and Rupert Croft and Luiz Nicolaci da Costa and Katia Cunha and James. R. A. Davenport and Kyle S. Dawson and Nathan M. De Lee and Gustavo F. Porto de Mello and Fernando de Simoni and J. Dean and Saurav Dhital and Anne Ealet and Garrett L. Ebelke and Edward M. Edmondson and Jacob Eiting and St'ephanie Escoffier and Massimiliano Esposito and Michael L. Evans and Xiaohui Fan and Bruno Femen{\'i}a Castell{\'a} and Leticia D. Ferreira and Greg J. Fitzgerald and Scott W. Fleming and Andreu Font-Ribera and Eric B. Ford and Peter M. Frinchaboy and Ana Elia Garc{\'i}a P{\'e}rez and B. Scott Gaudi and Jian Ge and Luan Ghezzi and Bruce A. Gillespie and Gerry Gilmore and L{\'e}o Girardi and J. Richard Gott and Andrew P. Gould and Eva K. Grebel and James E. Gunn and J. C. Hamilton and Paul Harding and David W. Harris and Suzanne L. Hawley and Fred R. Hearty and Jonay I. Gonz{\'a}lez Hern{\'a}ndez and Shirley Ho and David W. Hogg and Jon A. Holtzman and Klaus Honscheid and Naohisa Inada and Inese I. Ivans and Linhua Jiang and Peng Jiang and Jennifer A. Johnson and Cathy Jordan and Wendell P. Jordan and Guinevere Kauffmann and Eyal A. Kazin and David Kirkby and Mark A. Klaene and Jean-Paul Kneib and G. R. Knapp and Christopher S. Kochanek and Lars Koesterke and Juna A. Kollmeier and Richard G. Kron and Dustin Lang and James E. Lawler and Jean-Marc Le Goff and Brian Leverett Lee and Young Sun Lee and Jarron M. Leisenring and Yen-Ting Lin and Jian Liu and Daniel C. Long and Craig P. Loomis and Sara Lucatello and Britt F. Lundgren and Robert H. Lupton and Bo Ma and Zhibo Ma and Nicholas MacDonald and Claude E. Mack and Suvrath Mahadevan and Marcio A. G. Maia and Elena Malanushenko and Viktor Malanushenko and Steven R. Majewski and Martin Makler and Rachel Mandelbaum and Claudia Maraston and Daniel Margala and Paul Maseman and Karen L. Masters and Cameron McBride and Patrick Mcdonald and Ian D. McGreer and Richard G. McMahon and Olga Mena Requejo and Brice M{\'e}nard and Jordi Miralda-Escude' and Heather L. Morrison and Fergal Robert Mullally and Demitri Muna and Hitoshi Murayama and Adam D. Myers and Tracy Naugle and Angelo Fausti Neto and Duy Cuong Nguyen and Robert Nichol and David L. Nidever and Robert W. O’Connell and R. L. C. Ogando and Matthew D. Olmstead and Daniel J. Oravetz and Nikhil Padmanabhan and Martin A. Paegert and Nathalie Palanque-Delabrouille and Kaike Pan and Parul Pandey and John K. Parejko and Isabelle P{\^a}ris and Paulo S. S. Pellegrini and Joshua A. Pepper and Will J Percival and Patrick Petitjean and Robert Pfaffenberger and J Pforr and Stefanie Phleps and Christophe Pichon and Matthew M. Pieri and Francisco Prada and Adrian. M. Price-Whelan and M. Jordan Raddick and Beatriz H. F. Ramos and Celine Ryle and I. N. Reid and James Rich and Gordon T. Richards and George H. Rieke and Marcia J. Rieke and Hans-Walter Rix and Annie C. Robin and Helio J. Rocha-Pinto and Constance M. Rockosi and Natalie A. Roe and Emmanuel Rollinde and Ashley J. Ross and Nicholas P. Ross and Bruno M. Rossetto and Ariel G. S{\'a}nchez and Bas{\'i}lio Xavier Santiago and Conor Sayres and Ricardo P. Schiavon and David J. Schlegel and Katharine J. Schlesinger and Sarah J. Schmidt and Donald P. Schneider and Kristen Sellgren and Alaina C. Shelden and Erin Sheldon and Matthew D. Shetrone and Yiping Shu and John D. Silverman and Jennifer A. Simmerer and Audrey E. Simmons and T. S. Sivarani and Michael F. Skrutskie and An{\vz}e Slosar and Stephen A. Smee and Verne V. Smith and Stephanie A. Snedden and Keivan G. Stassun and Oliver Steele and Matthias Steinmetz and Mark H. Stockett and Todd Stollberg and Michael A. Strauss and Masayuki Tanaka and Aniruddha R. Thakar and Daniel Thomas and Jeremy L. Tinker and Benjamin M. Tofflemire and Rita Tojeiro and Christy Tremonti and Mariana Vargas Maga{\~n}a and Licia Verde and Nicole Paula Vogt and David Wake and Xiaoke Wan and Ji Wang and Benjamin Alan Weaver and Martin White and Simon D. M. White and John C. Wilson and John P. Wisniewski and W. Michael Wood-Vasey and Brian Yanny and Naoki Yasuda and Ch. Y{\`e}che and Donald G. York and Erick T. Young and Gail Zasowski and Idit Zehavi and Bo Zhao},
  journal={The Astronomical Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={142},
  pages={72}
}
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