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2019A Classical Schedule

Semester 2019A

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 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 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 2019A
Date (Local Time) Allocated Program Instrument Title
6 March 2019 GN-2019A-C-2 Woo, KR GMOS-N

The shortest reverberation lag of NGC 4395 and testing the size-luminosity relation.

14-16 May 2019 GN-2019A-C-1 Wang, US GNIRS Searching for Quasars Deep Into the Epoch of Reionization.

Classical programs scheduled for Gemini South.

Schedule : Gemini South 2018A
Date (Local Time) Allocated Program Instrument Title
(TBC) 5-10 June 2019 GS-2019A-C-1
Shearer, CA
GASP GASP polarimetric observations of RX J1856.5-3754 - looking for evidence of vacuum birefringence.

Classical programs scheduled for Subaru in 19A. See the Subaru Schedule to confirm dates.

Schedule : Subaru 2018B
Award, nights Allocated Program Instrument Title

4 hours (will be Observed in Queue mode)

Kanaan, BR


Pulsating white dwarfs in the globular cluster M4

10 February, 2019 (full night)

GN-2019A-C-201  Sheppard, USA


Extreme Trans-Neptunian Objects: Making a More Uniform Survey

8 March, 2019 (full night)

Cai, USA


Mapping the most massive large-scale structures through HI

21-22 March, 2019 (first halves of nights)

GN-2019A-C-203  Williams, USA


Developing the gold standard of star-formation rates for the era of JWST

18 hours (will be Observed in Queue mode)

GN-2019A-C-204  Carlin, USA


Stellar Halos and Dwarf Satellites of Low-Mass Local Volume Galaxies NGC 4244 and NGC 4449

17 hours (will be Observed in Queue mode)

GN-2019A-C-205  Smericina, USA


How did M64 get its gas? Revealing M64's Most Dominant Merger Event using its Stellar Halo

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