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2015A Classical Schedule

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Semester 2015A

The table below summarises the classically-scheduled programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and South, as well as programs from the Gemini community awarded Exchange time on Keck and Subaru. Jump directly to the schedule for:

Each Gemini program has been assigned a Contact Scientist (CS) who is the point of contact between the Observatory and the Principal Investigator. Instructions for visiting observers are available.

The columns in the table are:
Date: Scheduled observing night(s), local time, for the Gemini telescopes, or number of nights and preliminary dates for Keck and Subaru.
Allocated programs: Gemini reference number, Principal Investigator and Partner.
Instrument: name of the instrument(s).
Title: the title of the program.

Classical programs scheduled for Gemini North.

Schedule : Gemini North 2015A
Date (Local Time) Allocated Program Instrument Title
Feb 2, 2015 (first half)
GN-2015A-C-3 Narita Subaru GMOS-N Probing Transit Spectra of the Youngest Hot Jupiter
Feb 18-19, 2015
GN-2015A-C-2 Wilson US GMOS-N Spatially Resolving the Circumgalactic Medium at z=0.2-0.9
Feb 20, 2015
GN-2015A-C-4 Griffith US GMOS-N Elementary Abundances of Planetary Systems
April 3, 2015
GN-2015A-C-1 Tsumura Subaru NIRI Vertical structure of Jovian haze based on deep Galilean satellite eclipses

Classical programs scheduled for Gemini South.

Schedule : Gemini South 2015A
Date (Local Time) Allocated Program Instrument Title
Apr 8-10, 2015
GS-2015A-C-1 Muto Subaru GPI Probing a Protoplanetary Disk in Transition Phase in a Binary System HD 100453
Mar 5-7, 2015
GS-2015A-C-2 Sweet AU GSAOI GSAOI GT program Feb 2015



No programs have been scheduled for Keck in 15A.



Classical programs scheduled for Subaru in 15A. See the Subaru Schedule to confirm dates.

Schedule : Subaru 2015A
Award, nights Allocated Program Instrument Title
1 (Feb 14, 2015)
GN-2015A-C-201 Ammons US Suprime-Cam Studying the Most Powerful Gravitational Lens Telescopes with Suprime-Cam
2 (Mar 25-26, 2015)
GN-2015A-C-202 Bell US Hyper Suprime-Cam The stellar halos and dwarf satellites of M82+/-1
1 (June 1, 2015)
GN-2015A-C-203 Carlberg US HDS Beryllium Abundances in Select Li-rich Red Giants as a Signature of Planet Engulfment
1 (July 4, 2015)
GN-2015A-C-204 Tucci-Maia BR HDS High precision abundances in solar twins: impact on planets and stellar nucleosynthesis

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