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Classical Schedule : Semester 2007A (rev1)

The table below summarises the classically-scheduled programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and South. Jump directly to the schedule for:

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


The columns in the table for Gemini North are:
Date: Scheduled observing night(s).
Allocated programs: Gemini reference number (note that this is different from any internal National TAC reference number) and Principal Investigator for scheduled program. Click on the reference number to see the proposal abstract (if available).
Instrument: name of the instrument(s).
Title: the title of the program.

Schedule : Gemini North 2007A
Date Allocated Program(s) Instrument Title(s)
5-7 Jul
GN-2007A-C-1 (Crowther / UK) Michelle The multiplicity and stellar content within UCHII regions from MICHELLE imaging and spectroscopy
16-17 Apr GN-2007A-C-3 (Kleyna / UH) GMOS North DEIMOS/GMOS followup of new Milky Way dwarf galaxy candidates
11-13 Mar
GN-2007A-C-6 (Simpson / UK) NIRI Testing a quantitative unification scheme for AGN
8-11 May
GN-2007A-C-7 (Stern / US) GMOS North A Complete Sample of Mid-IR Selected AGN
8-11 May
GN-2007A-C-8 (Stern / US) NIRI
A Complete Sample of Mid-IR Selected AGN
23-26 Apr
GN-2007A-C-9 (Zych /AU/CA/UK) GMOS North
Star-formation rates and emission-line metallicities in z<0.5 absorption-selected galaxies
7-8 Mar
GN-2007A-C-10 (Beichman / Keck exchange) Michelle High Spatial and Spectral Resolution Observations of HD69830
9-10 Mar
GN-2007A-C-11 (Herczeg / Keck exchange) Michelle Photoevaporation of Proto-planetary Disks
 
Time exchange: programs scheduled on Keck
26-27 Mar (1.5n)
GN-2007A-C-2 (Hamann / US) HIRES Quasar Metallicities and Host Galaxy Evolution
24-25 Jun (1.5n)
GN-2007A-C-4 (Melendez / AU) HIRES The First Observational Study of the Galactic Chemical Evolution of Phosphorus
2 Feb
GN-2007A-C-5 (Petit / CA) HIRES High resolution spectroscopy of erupting Luminous Blue Variables NGC 2363-V1 and SN 2000ch

Time exchange: programs scheduled on Subaru
service mode
GN-2007A-C-21 (Cypriano /BR/UK)Suprime-CamConstraining the nature of dark matter with clusters of galaxies
service mode
GN-2007A-C-22 (Fraser / CA)Suprime-CamDetermining the size distribution of small objects in the Kuiper belt.
service mode
GN-2007A-C-23 (West / GS)Suprime-CamMapping the matter distribution at Supercluster scales with SuprimCam/Subaru
classical; dates TBD
GN-2007A-C-24 (Papovich / UH/BR/US/UK/CA)MOIRCSNebular Line Emission in z~1 Spitzer/MIPS-Selected Galaxies

 


The columns in the table for Gemini South are:
Date: Scheduled observing night(s).
Allocated programs: Gemini reference number (note that this is different from any internal National TAC reference number) and Principal Investigator for scheduled program. Click on the reference number to see the proposal abstract (if available).
Instrument: name of the instrument(s).
Title: the title of the program.

Schedule : Gemini South 2007A
Date Allocated Program(s) Instrument Title(s)
3 Mar GS-2007A-C-1 (Asplund/ AU) Phoenix The Chemical Evolution of the Galactic Bulge, Halo, Thick Disk and Thin Disk Stars from High-Resolution IR spectroscopy
1 Mar
GS-2007A-C-2 (Bernath / UK)
Phoenix Magnetic Properties of M and  L Dwarfs
5-7 Feb*
GS-2007A-C-3 (Brittain / US) Phoenix Measuring Warm Gas in Transitional Disks around Herbig Ae/Be Stars
1-4 Feb* GS-2007A-C-4 (Espaillat / US) Phoenix Probing the Planet-Forming Region of T Tauri Stars in Chamaeleon
4-6 Mar GS-2007A-C-5 (Lumsden / UK) Phoenix Outflow/infall signatures and the evolution of young massive stars
14-16 Mar GS-2007A-C-6 (Nesvorny / US) GMOS South Spectroscopic survey of km-sized main-belt asteroids
2 Mar GS-2007A-C-7 (Retherford / US) Phoenix Phoenix Imaging of Jupiter and Saturn H2 and H3+ Auroral Winds during New Horizons Jupiter Encounter and HST International Heliophysical Year Campaigns
1-7 Feb* GS-2007A-C-8 (Smith / US) Phoenix Characterizing Chemical Evolution in the Small Magellanic Cloud
10-13 Mar GS-2007A-C-9 (van Dokkum / US) GNIRS Dead or alive? The efficiency of suppressing star formation in massive galaxies at high redshift

* one or more shared nights

 

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Last update Jan 02, 2007; B. Rodgers, Michael West, and Inger Jorgensen

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