The Sloan Digital Sky Survey quasar catalog: ninth data release

@inproceedings{Pris2012TheSD,
  title={The Sloan Digital Sky Survey quasar catalog: ninth data release},
  author={Isabelle P{\^a}ris and Patrick Petitjean and Pierre Astier and Stephen Bailey and Nicholas Ross and Adam D. Myers and Neil De Grasse Tyson and Scott F. Anderson and E S{\'a}inz Arnau and Julian E. Bautista and Dmitry Bizyaev and Adam S. Bolton and Jo Bovy and William N. Brandt and Howard J. Brewington and Joel R. Brownstein and Nicolas Busca and Daniel M. Capellupo and W. C. Jr. Carithers and Rupert Croft and Kyle Stewart Dawson and Timoth'ee Delubac and Garrett L. Ebelke and Daniel J. Eisenstein and Philip D. Engelke and Xiaohui Fan and Nur Filiz Ak and Hayley Finley and Andreu Font-Ribera and Jian Ge and Robert Raphael Gibson and Peter M. Hall and Fred Hamann and Joseph F. Hennawi and Shirley Ho and David W. Hogg and Zeljko Ivezic and Lin-Hua Jiang and Amy E. Kimball and David P. Kirkby and Jessica Ann Kirkpatrick and Khee-Gan Lee and Jean-Marc Le Goff and Britt F. Lundgren and Chelsea L. Macleod and Elena Malanushenko and Viktor Malanushenko and Claudia Maraston and Ian D. McGreer and Richard Mcmahon and Jordi Miralda-Escud'e and Demitri Muna and Pasquier Noterdaeme and Daniel J. Oravetz and Nathalie Palanque-Delabrouille and Kaike Pan and Ismael P{\'e}rez-Fournon and Matthew M. Pieri and Gordon T. Richards and Emmanuel Rollinde and Erin Scott Sheldon and David J. Schlegel and Donald P. Schneider and An{\vz}e Slosar and Alaina C. Shelden and Yue Shen and Anna M. Simmons and Stephanie A. Snedden and Noritoshi Suzuki and Jeremy L. Tinker and M atteo Viel and Benjamin Alan Weaver and David H. Weinberg and Martin White and William Michael Wood-Vasey and Christophe Y{\`e}che},
  year={2012}
}
We present the Data Release 9 Quasar (DR9Q) catalog from the Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS) of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey III. The catalog includes all BOSS objects that were targeted as quasar candidates during the survey, are spectrocopically confirmed as quasars via visual inspection, have luminosities Mi[z = 2] 2.15 (61 931) is ~2.8 times larger than the number of z > 2.15 quasars previously known. Redshifts and FWHMs are provided for the strongest emission lines (C iv, C… CONTINUE READING

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