Progress with the Prime focus spectrograph for the Subaru Telescope: A massively multiplexed optical and near-infrared fiber spectrograph

Hajime Sugai, Naoyuki Tamura, Hiroshi Karoji, Atsushi Shimono, Naruhisa Takato, Masahiko Kimura, Youichi Ohyama, Akitoshi Ueda, Hrand Aghazarian, Marcio V. De Arruda, Robert H. Barkhouser, Charles L. Bennett, Steve Bickerton, Alexandre Bozier, David F. Braun, Khanh Bui, Christopher M. Capocasale, Michael A. Carr, Bruno Castilho, Yin Chang ChangHsin Yo Chen, Richard C.Y. Chou, Olivia R. Dawson, Richard G. Dekany, Eric M. Ek, Richard S. Ellis, Robin J. English, Didier Ferrand, Décio Ferreira, Charles D. Fisher, Mirek Golebiowski, James E. Gunn, Murdock Hart, Timothy M. Heckman, Paul T.P. Ho, Stephen Hope, Larry E. Hovland, Shu Fu Hsu, Yen Sang Hu, Pin Jie Huang, Marc Jaquet, Jennifer E. Karr, Jason G. Kempenaar, Matthew E. King, Olivier Le Fèvre, David Le Mignant, Hung Hsu Ling, Craig Loomis, Robert H. Lupton, Fabrice Madec, Peter Mao, Lucas S. Marrara, Brice Ménard, Chaz Morantz, Hitoshi Murayama, Graham J. Murray, Antonio Cesar De Oliveira, Claudia M. De Oliveira, Ligia S. De Oliveira, Joe D. Orndorff, Rodrigo De Paiva Vilaça, Eamon J. Partos, Sandrine Pascal, Thomas Pegot-Ogier, Daniel J. Reiley, Reed Riddle, Leandro Santos, Jesulino B. Dos Santos, Mark A. Schwochert, Michael D. Seiffert, Stephen A. Smee, Roger M. Smith, Ronald E. Steinkraus, Laerte Sodré, David N. Spergel, Christian Surace, Laurence Tresse, Clément Vidal, Sebastien Vives, Shiang Yu Wang, Chih Yi Wen, Amy C. Wu, Rosie Wyse, Chi Hung Yan

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