Title: Next Generation Wide-Field Multi-Object Spectroscopy
Volume: 280 Year: 2002 View this Volume on ADS
Editors: Brown, Michael J. I.; Dey, Arjun
ISBN: 1-58381-123-0 eISBN: 978-1-58381-615-8
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Paper Title Page Authors
Telescopes New and Improved 3 Mould, J.
The Future of Wide-Field Multi-Object Spectroscopy 7 Dey, A.
The Numbers Game 13 Huchra, J.
Science Drivers for future multi-object QSO surveys 25 Boyle, B.; Croom, S.
Large-Scale Structure &Future Surveys 35 Eisenstein, D.
Rare Objects Discovered in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey 43 Fan, X.; The SDSS Collaboration
Extragalactic Star Clusters 53 Brodie, J.
Studying Wolf-Rayet Galaxies with Integral Field Units 59 Brown, W.
Resolved Stellar Populations 61 Wyse, R.
Spectroscopic Surveys of the Galactic Bulge 75 Rich, M.
WFMOS Spectrophotometry for Population Synthesis 83 O'Connell, R.
A Wide Field Concept for an 8-meter Telescope 89 Barden, S.
A wide field telescope optimized for multiple object spectroscopy or adaptive optics imaging 97 Burge, J.; Angel, R.
Achieving high-object multiplex in future wide field spectroscopic surveys 101 Glazebrook, K.
A 4000 multi-fiber system based on the Echidna Positioner 109 Moore, A.; Gillingham, P.; Saunders, W.
The VLT Visible and InfraRed Multi-Object Spectrographs 117 Le Fèvre, O.; Vettolani, G.; Maccagni, D.; Mancini, D.; Picat, J.-P.; Saisse, M.
MEIFU - A Million Element Integral Field Unit for Deep Ly-α Searches 125 Sharples, R.; Morris, S.; Content, R.
CROMOS: A cryogenic near-infrared fiber multi-object spectrometer 131 Tomono, D.; Hofmann, R.; Genzel, R.; Weisz, H.; Bender, R.
Astronomy with a Visible-Band Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer 139 Wurtz, R.; Wishnow, E.; Blais-Ouellette, S.; Cook, K.; Carr, D.; Lewis, I.; Grandmont, F.; Stubbs, C.