Prime Focus Spectrograph (PFS) for the Subaru telescope: Overview, recent progress, and future perspectives

Naoyuki Tamura, Naruhisa Takato, Atsushi Shimono, Yuki Moritani, Kiyoto Yabe, Yuki Ishizuka, Akitoshi Ueda, Yukiko Kamata, Hrand Aghazarian, Stéphane Arnouts, Gabriel Barban, Robert H. Barkhouser, Renato C. Borges, David F. Braun, Michael A. Carr, Pierre Yves Chabaud, Yin Chang Chang, Hsin Yo Chen, Masashi Chiba, Richard C.Y. ChouYou Hua Chu, Judith Cohen, Rodrigo P. De Almeida, Antonio C. De Oliveira, Ligia S. De Oliveira, Richard G. Dekany, Kjetil Dohlen, Jesulino B. Dos Santos, Leandro H. Dos Santos, Richard Ellis, Maximilian Fabricius, Didier Ferrand, Décio Ferreira, Mirek Golebiowski, Jenny E. Greene, Johannes Gross, James E. Gunn, Randolph Hammond, Albert Harding, Murdock Hart, Timothy M. Heckman, Christopher M. Hirata, Paul Ho, Stephen C. Hope, Larry Hovland, Shu Fu Hsu, Yen Shan Hu, Ping Jie Huang, Marc Jaquet, Yipeng Jing, Jennifer Karr, Masahiko Kimura, Matthew E. King, Eiichiro Komatsu, Vincent Le Brun, Olivier Le Fèvre, Arnaud Lefur, David Le Mignant, Hung Hsu Ling, Craig P. Loomis, Robert H. Lupton, Fabrice Madec, Peter Mao, Lucas S. Marrara, Claudia Mendes De Oliveira, Yosuke Minowa, Chaz Morantz, Hitoshi Murayama, Graham J. Murray, Youichi Ohyama, Joseph Orndorff, Sandrine Pascal, Jefferson M. Pereira, Daniel Reiley, Martin Reinecke, Andreas Ritter, Mitsuko Roberts, Mark A. Schwochert, Michael D. Seiffert, Stephen A. Smee, Laerte Sodre, David N. Spergel, Aaron J. Steinkraus, Michael A. Strauss, Christian Surace, Yasushi Suto, Nao Suzuki, John Swinbank, Philip J. Tait, Masahiro Takada, Tomonori Tamura, Yoko Tanaka, Laurence Tresse, Orlando Verducci, Didier Vibert, Clement Vidal, Shiang Yu Wang, Chih Yi Wen, Chi Hung Yan, Naoki Yasuda

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