THE SEVENTH DATA RELEASE OF THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY

@article{Abazajian2008THESD,
  title={THE SEVENTH DATA RELEASE OF THE SLOAN DIGITAL SKY SURVEY},
  author={Kevork N. Abazajian and Jennifer K. Adelman-McCarthy and Marcel A. Ag{\"u}eros and Sahar Allam and Carlos Allende Prieto and Deokkeun An and Kurt S. J. Anderson and Scott F. Anderson and James T. Annis and Neta A. Bahcall and Coryn A. L. Bailer-Jones and John C. Barentine and Bruce A. Bassett and Andrew C. Becker and Timothy C. Beers and Eric F. Bell and Vasily A Belokurov and Andreas A. Berlind and Eileen Berman and Mariangela Bernardi and Steven Bickerton and Dmitry Bizyaev and John P. Blakeslee and Michael R. Blanton and John J. Bochanski and William N. Boroski and Howard J. Brewington and Jarle Brinchmann and Jonathan Brinkmann and Robert J. Brunner and Tam{\'a}s Budav{\'a}ri and Larry N. Carey and Samuel Carliles and Michael A. Carr and Francisco J. Castander and David Anthony Cinabro and Andrew J. Connolly and Istv{\'a}n Csabai and Carlos E. Cunha and P. Czarapata and James. R. A. Davenport and Ernst de Haas and Benjamin E. P. Dilday and Mamoru Doi and Daniel J. Eisenstein and Michael Lee Evans and N. Wyn Evans and Xiaohui Fan and Scott D. Friedman and Joshua A. Frieman and Masataka Fukugita and Boris T. G{\"a}nsicke and Evalyn I. Gates and Bruce A. Gillespie and Gerry Gilmore and Belinda Gonz{\'a}lez and Carlos F. Gonzalez and Eva K. Grebel and J. E. Gunn and Zsuzsanna Gy{\"o}ry and Patrick B. Hall and Paul Harding and Frederick H. Harris and Michael Harvanek and Suzanne L. Hawley and Jeffrey J. E. Hayes and Timothy M. Heckman and John S. Hendry and Gregory S. Hennessy and Robert B. Hindsley and Joshua C. Hoblitt and Craig Hogan and David W. Hogg and Jon A. Holtzman and Joseph B. Hyde and Shin-ichi Ichikawa and Takashi Ichikawa and Myungshin Im and Željko Ivezi{\'c} and Sebastian Jester and Linhua Jiang and Jennifer Johnson and Anders M. Jorgensen and Mario Juri{\'c} and Stephen Kent and Richard Kessler and Scott J. Kleinman and Gillian R. Knapp and Kohki Konishi and Richard G. Kron and Jurek Krzesinski and Nikolay Kuropatkin and Hubert Lampeitl and Svetlana Lebedeva and Myung Gyoon Lee and Young Sun Lee and R. French Leger and S{\'e}bastien L{\'e}pine and Nolan Li and Marcos Lima and Huan Lin and Daniel C. Long and Craig P. Loomis and Jon Loveday and Robert H. Lupton and Eugene. A. Magnier and Olena Malanushenko and Viktor Malanushenko and Rachel Mandelbaum and Bruce Margon and John Marriner and David Martinez-Delgado and Takahiko Matsubara and Peregrine M. McGehee and Timothy A. Mckay and Avery Meiksin and Heather L. Morrison and Fergal Robert Mullally and Jeffrey A. Munn and Tara Murphy and Thomas Nash and Ada Nebot and Eric H. Neilsen and Heidi Jo Newberg and P. R. Newman and Robert C. Nichol and Tom Nicinski and Mar{\'i}a A. Nieto-Santisteban and Atsuko Nitta and Sadanori Okamura and Daniel J. Oravetz and Jeremiah P. Ostriker and Russell E. Owen and Nikhil Padmanabhan and Kaike Pan and Changbom Park and George Pauls and J. Jr. Peoples and Will J Percival and Jeffrey R. Pier and Adrian Pope and Dimitri Pourbaix and Paul A. Price and Norbert Purger and Thomas Quinn and M. Jordan Raddick and Paola Re Fiorentin and Gordon T. Richards and Michael Richmond and Adam G. Riess and Hans–Walter Rix and Constance M. Rockosi and Masao Sako and David J. Schlegel and Donald P. Schneider and R. Scholz and Matthias R. Schreiber and Axel Schwope and Uros Seljak and Branimir Sesar and Erin S. Sheldon and Kazuhiro Shimasaku and Valena C. Sibley and Audrey Simmons and Thirupathi Sivarani and J. Allyn Smith and Martin C. Smith and Vernesa Smol{\vc}i{\'c} and Stephanie A. Snedden and Albert Stebbins and Matthias Steinmetz and Chris Stoughton and Michael A. Strauss and Mark SubbaRao and Yasushi Suto and Alexander S. Szalay and Istv{\'a}n Szapudi and Paula Szkody and Masayuki Tanaka and Max Tegmark and Luis Teodoro and Aniruddha R. Thakar and Christy A. Tremonti and Douglas L. Tucker and Alan K. Uomoto and Daniel E. vanden Berk and Jan vandenBerg and Simon Vidrih and Michael S. E. Vogeley and Wolfgang Voges and Nicole Paula Vogt and Yogesh G. Wadadekar and Shannon Watters and David H. Weinberg and Andrew A. West and Simon D. M. White and Brian C. Wilhite and Alainna Wonders and Brian Yanny and Dan Yocum and Donald G. York and Idit Zehavi and Stefano Zibetti and Daniel B. Zucker},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2008},
  volume={182},
  pages={543 - 558}
}
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