24 September 2012 Status of the KMOS multi-object near-infrared integral field spectrograph
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KMOS is a multi-object near-infrared integral field spectrograph being built by a consortium of UK and German institutes. We report on the final integration and test phases of KMOS, and its performance verification, prior to commissioning on the ESO VLT later this year.
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Ray Sharples, Ray Sharples, Ralf Bender, Ralf Bender, Alex Agudo Berbel, Alex Agudo Berbel, Richard Bennett, Richard Bennett, Naidu Bezawada, Naidu Bezawada, Michele Cirasuolo, Michele Cirasuolo, Paul Clark, Paul Clark, George Davidson, George Davidson, Richard Davies, Richard Davies, Roger Davies, Roger Davies, Marc Dubbeldam, Marc Dubbeldam, Alasdair Fairley, Alasdair Fairley, Gert Finger, Gert Finger, Reinhard Genzel, Reinhard Genzel, Reinhold Haefner, Reinhold Haefner, Achim Hess, Achim Hess, Ian Lewis, Ian Lewis, David Montgomery, David Montgomery, John Murray, John Murray, Bernard Muschielok, Bernard Muschielok, Natascha Förster-Schreiber, Natascha Förster-Schreiber, Jeff Pirard, Jeff Pirard, Suzanne Ramsay, Suzanne Ramsay, Phil Rees, Phil Rees, Josef Richter, Josef Richter, David Robertson, David Robertson, Ian Robson, Ian Robson, Stephen Rolt, Stephen Rolt, Roberto Saglia, Roberto Saglia, Jörg Schlichter, Jörg Schlichter, Mathias Tecza, Mathias Tecza, Stephen Todd, Stephen Todd, Michael Wegner, Michael Wegner, Erich Wiezorrek, Erich Wiezorrek, } "Status of the KMOS multi-object near-infrared integral field spectrograph", Proc. SPIE 8446, Ground-based and Airborne Instrumentation for Astronomy IV, 84460K (24 September 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.926021; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.926021


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