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2010A Classical Schedule

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Semester 2010A

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 2010A
Date Allocated Program Instrument Title
February 1 - 4 2010 second-half nights
GN-2010A-C-7 Gandhi Subaru Michelle
Mid-infrared properties of low-luminosity AGN
February 17 - 19 2010
GN-2010A-C-2 Saha US GMOS-N
The Ancient stellar population of Leo A
March 1 - 2 2010
GN-2010A-C-6 Merline US NIRI
High-Resolution AO Imaging of Asteroids/Satellites
March 3 - 4 2010
GN-2010A-C-3 Richardson US NIRI
Metallicities and kinematics of Lyman-alpha Galaxies at z=3.1
March 19 - 20 2010
GN-2010A-C-5 Mulchaey US GMOS-N
Casting Light on the Warm-Hot Intergalactic Medium
March 21 2010
GN-2010A-C-4 Oguri Subaru GMOS-N
Understanding the Largest Quasar Lens SDSS J1029+2623
May 15 - 16 2010
GN-2010A-C-1 Zabludoff US GMOS-N
Resolving the Nature of Newly Discovered Lyman-alpha Blobs in the NOAO Bootes Field
June 23 2010
GN-2010A-C-8 Bloom Keck NIRI
A Study of GRB Diversity

Classical programs scheduled for Gemini South.

Schedule : Gemini South 2010A
Date Allocated Program Instrument Title
March 24 - 26 2010
GS-2010A-C-7 Dupree US Phoenix
Sleuthing the Abundance of Helium in Omega Centauri
March 30 - 31 2010
GS-2010A-C-9 Close US T-ReCS
The First Thermal Images of the Planetary Mass Prototype Object 2M1207b: Does it have an Edge-On Disk?
April 5 2010
GS-2010A-C-4 Merline US NICI
High-Resolution AO Imaging of Asteroids/Satellites
April 21 - 23 2010 half nights
GS-2010A-C-8 Cook US Phoenix
Searching for Gaseous CO in Pluto's Atmosphere
May 26 - 27 2010 half nights
GS-2010A-C-2 Ravindranath US T-ReCS
Mid-IR Mapping of Nuclear Rings: Does Star Formation proceed by Sequential Triggering?
May 28 - 31 2010 half nights
GS-2010A-C-6 Imanishi Subaru T-ReCS
Distinguishing the compact energy sources of nearby ULIRGs
June 10 - 12 2010
GS-2010A-C-5 Meech US GMOS-S Investigating the Early Solar System with Distant Comet Nuclei
June 21 - 24 2010
GS-2010A-C-1 Sellgren US Phoenix
Stellar Abundances within 2 pc of the Central Black Hole in the Galactic Center
July 20 - 25 2010
GS-2010A-C-3 Oka US/Staff Phoenix
Exploring the Central Molecular Zone by H3+ and CO Spectroscopy along New Sight lines

Classical programs scheduled for Keck. See the Keck 10A Schedule to confirm dates.

Schedule : Keck 2010A
Award, nights Allocated Program Instrument Title
0.5 (February 22 2010)
GN-2010A-C-201 Bakos US HIRES Confirmation spectroscopy of HATNet transiting exoplanet candidates using Keck-I/HIRES
0.5 (February 22 2010)
GN-2010A-C-202 Cochran US HIRES Keck HIRESb Observations of Comet 81P/Wild2: Unraveling the Chemistry of Comets

Classical programs scheduled for Subaru. See the Subaru 10A Schedule to confirm dates.

Schedule : Subaru 2010A
Award, nights Allocated Program Instrument Title
2 (March 5 - 6 2010)
GN-2010A-C-203 Newman US Suprime-Cam Y-band Imaging in the Extended Groth Strip
3 (March 13 - 15 2010)
GN-2010A-C-204 Smith UK Suprime-Cam LoCuSS: A Joint Lensing/Sunyaev Zeldovich Effect Study

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