SEGUE: A spectroscopic survey of 240,000 stars with g = 14-20

Brian Yanny, Constance Rockosi, Heidi Jo Newberg, Gillian R. Knapp, Jennifer K. Adelman-McCarthy, Bonnie Alcorn, Sahar Allam, Carlos Allende Prieto, Deokkeun An, Kurt S J Anderson, Scott Anderson, Coryn A L Bailer-Jones, Steve Bastian, Timothy C. Beers, Eric Bell, Vasily Belokurov, Dmitry Bizyaev, Norm Blythe, John J. Bochanski, William N. BoroskiJarle Brinchmann, J. Brinkmann, Howard Brewington, Larry Carey, Kyle M. Cudworth, Michael Evans, N. W. Evans, Evalyn Gates, B. T. Gänsicke, Bruce Gillespie, Gerald Gilmore, Ada Nebot Gomez-Moran, Eva K. Grebel, Jim Greenwell, James E. Gunn, Cathy Jordan, Wendell Jordan, Paul Harding, Hugh Harris, John S. Hendry, Diana Holder, Inese I. Ivans, Željko Ivezič, Sebastian Jester, Jennifer A. Johnson, Stephen M. Kent, Scot Kleinman, Alexei Kniazev, Jurek Krzesinski, Richard Kron, Nikolay Kuropatkin, Svetlana Lebedeva, Young Sun Lee, R. French Leger, Sébastien Lépine, Steve Levine, Huan Lin, Daniel C. Long, Craig Loomis, Robert Lupton, Olena Malanushenko, Viktor Malanushenko, Bruce Margon, David Martinez-Delgado, Peregrine McGehee, Dave Monet, Heather L. Morrison, Jeffrey A. Munn, Eric H. Neilsen, Atsuko Nitta, John E. Norris, Dan Oravetz, Russell Owen, Nikhil Padmanabhan, Kaike Pan, R. S. Peterson, Jeffrey R. Pier, Jared Platson, Paola Re Fiorentin, Gordon T. Richards, Hans Walter Rix, David J. Schlegel, Donald P. Schneider, Matthias R. Schreiber, Axel Schwope, Valena Sibley, Audrey Simmons, Stephanie A. Snedden, J. Allyn Smith, Larry Stark, Fritz Stauffer, M. Steinmetz, C. Stoughton, Mark SubbaRao, Alex Szalay, Paula Szkody, Aniruddha R. Thakar, Sivarani Thirupathi, Douglas Tucker, Alan Uomoto, Dan Vanden Berk, Simon Vidrih, Yogesh Wadadekar, Shannon Watters, Ron Wilhelm, Rosemary F G Wyse, Jean Yarger, Dan Zucker

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