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LSST: From Science Drivers To Reference Design And Anticipated Data Products

Ivezic, Zeljko et al.
Željko Ivezić, Steven M. Kahn, J. Anthony Tyson, Bob Abel, Emily Acosta, et al
Publication Date: 
Monday, March 11, 2019
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Bibtex reference: 
@ARTICLE{2019ApJ...873..111I, author = {{Ivezi{\'c}}, {\v Z}. and {Kahn}, S.~M. and {Tyson}, J.~A. and {Abel}, B. and {Acosta}, E. and {Allsman}, R. and {Alonso}, D. and {AlSayyad}, Y. and {Anderson}, S.~F. and {Andrew}, J. and et al.}, title = "{LSST: From Science Drivers to Reference Design and Anticipated Data Products}", journal = {\apj}, archivePrefix = "arXiv", eprint = {0805.2366}, keywords = {astrometry, cosmology: observations, Galaxy: general, methods: observational, stars: general, surveys}, year = 2019, month = mar, volume = 873, eid = {111}, pages = {111}, doi = {10.3847/1538-4357/ab042c}, adsurl = {}, adsnote = {Provided by the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System} }

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