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Queue Summary : Semester 2002A Gemini North and South

The queues shown in the tables below summarise the programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and South. As a reminder, all capabilities are made available on a shared-risks basis. Jump directly to the queue for:

The queue is constructed by the International TAC from the ranked list of proposals of each National TAC using the merging sequence and is divided into four scientific ranking bands (SRBs). Several proposals have multiple occurrences as they were sub-divided by the relevant NTAC. Within each band, all proposals are assumed to have equal scientific merit and have been sorted by PI name for convenience. The choice of which observation within which program to execute next depends on the match to current observing conditions, the balance of each partner's usage and other factors such as future accessibility, whether a program has been started etc. (see a detailed discussion in Puxley 1997; Gemini Preprint #19). The aim is to exhaust band 1 (highest ranked) programs before moving onto band 2 and so on. An observation in band 1 that does not require the best conditions will nevertheless be executed in preference to a band 2 observation even if the latter is a better match. Thus the likelihood of execution decreases from band 1 through to band 4. Bands 1 through 3 aim to fill the nominal time available (excluding weather loss). Programs in band 4 overfill the queue and provide further flexibility with respect to weather conditions and foreseen or unforeseen problems.

Each program has been assigned a Gemini Contact Scientist (CS) who is the point of contact between the Observatory and the Principal Investigator (PI) after the detailed observations are defined by the PI in Phase II. (Prior to submission of Phase II programs, each National Office provides the first point of contact). The Contact Scientist is responsible for overseeing data quality. During this (shared-risks) phase of early science use the observing and data processing are largely manual activities and therefore the SRBs are also used to prioritise program preparation and user support. 

In routine operation the intent is to update this page nightly. During shared-risks science use, this queue status page may only be updated after each observing block with a given instrument. 

caution Note that individual SRBs will not be in detailed balance with respect to partner shares. Aggregating over two or more bands generally provides an equitable distribution of queue loading (in hours, not in the number of proposals). Additional flexibility is available when executing observations to balance the partner usage of time. The intent is to achieve balance over 2 or 3 semesters, not a single semester.


The columns in the table for Gemini North are:
Ref #: Gemini reference number (note that this is different from any internal National TAC reference number). Click on it to see the proposal abstract (when available).
PI: name of Principal Investigator.
Partner: partner or country to which time will be charged (US, UK, CA=Canada, AU=Australia, AR=Argentina, BR=Brazil, UH=University of Hawaii (host), GS=Gemini staff).
Title: the title of the program.
Instrument: name of the instrument
Hours: time allocated to the program (if a joint or duplicate proposal, this is is the time allocated to this part of the program only)
Status: the execution status of the program: blank field = not yet in preparation, "in prep" = Phase II preparation of detailed observation descriptions done; "started" = executed one or more observations; "continued" = additional data taken for a started program; "completed" = all requested data taken; "data in QA" = data undergoing pre-ship quality assessment; "data sent" = data for one or more observations and calibrations sent to PI; "done" = program complete. Recent changes are highlighted in bold font.
Update: the date when the status information was last updated.

GN Scientific Ranking Band 1
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument  Hours Status Updated
GN-2002A-Q-1 Bechtold US The Lyman Alpha Forest and the Galaxy Distribution towards PG 1634+706 GMOS  1 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-2 Bechtold US The Lyman Alpha Forest and the Galaxy Distribution towards PG 1634+706 GMOS  4.5 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-3 Benvenuto AR Very Cool White Dwarf Stars: Constraints to the Chemical Evolution Models and Theories of Non-Ideal Gases NIRI  3 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-4 Blum US A Near Infrared Investigation of Optically Obscured Galactic Giant HII Regions NIRI  10 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-5 Cid Fernandes BR A Near-IR study of optically ambiguous Seyferts: Implications for the Starburst-AGN connection NIRI  5.33 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-6 Close US Direct imaging of very low mass companions and binary brown dwarfs Hokupa'a + QUIRC  20 data sent 26jun02
GN-2002A-Q-7 Close US Direct imaging of very low mass companions and binary brown dwarfs Hokupa'a + QUIRC  5    
GN-2002A-Q-8 Cote CA SC24: the lowest metallicity star-forming galaxy in the Universe? GMOS  1.5 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-9 Crampton CA Probing the high redshift Universe via quasars with z>5 [joint proposal with Q-75] GMOS  7.33 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-10 Da Costa AU The Extended Star Formation Histories of the M81 Group dwarf Ellipticals F8D1 and BK 5N NIRI  6.83 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-11 Diaz BR The structure of nova shells GMOS  2.81 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-12 Dunlop UK The dust-enshrouded formation of massive elliptical galaxies NIRI  20 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-13 Forte AR Multi-Object Spectroscopy of the GC Systems of Luminous Ellipticals [joint proposal with Q-21, Q-29, Q-64] GMOS  2.8 data sent 9Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-14 Geballe GS CO in T-type (methane-dominated) brown dwarfs NIRI  15 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-15 Ledlow GS Galaxy Evolution and the Micro-Jy Radio Population [joint proposal with Q-22] GMOS  22 data sent 26Jun02
GN-2002A-Q-16 Melatos AU Rapid Variability of Subarcsecond Wisps and Knots in the Crab Nebula Hokupa'a + QUIRC  7.85 data sent 26Jun02
GN-2002A-Q-17 Miller GS The Ages, Metallicities, and Velocities of Globular Clusters in Virgo Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies GMOS  18 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-18 Perlmutter US Cosmology with High-Redshift Type Ia Supernovae [joint proposal with Q-30] GMOS  24 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-19 Postman US Clustering of Galaxy Clusters at Intermediate Redshifts GMOS  20 data sent 14May02
GN-2002A-Q-20 Pritchet CA A search for evidence of early star formation in galaxies around the highest known redshift QSOs at z~6 GMOS  14 data sent 9Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-21 Sharples UK Multi-Object Spectroscopy of the GC Systems of Luminous Ellipticals [joint proposal with Q-13, Q-29, Q-64] GMOS  18.5 data sent 9Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-22 Smail UK Galaxy Evolution and the Micro-Jy Radio Population [joint proposal with Q-15] GMOS  10.9 data sent 26Jun02
 
GN Scientific Ranking Band 2
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument  Hours Status Updated
GN-2002A-Q-23 Bosch AR The youngest and most luminous Giant HII regions: a link with HII galaxies NIRI  2    
GN-2002A-Q-24 Burleigh UK Imaging extra-solar planets NIRI  10 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-25 Couch AU Distant cluster galaxy evolution: spectroscopic dissection of E+A galaxies. GMOS  7.33    
GN-2002A-Q-26 Dickinson US A galaxy census at z~1 in the GOODS/HDF-N region [joint proposal with Q-88] GMOS  20 data sent 10Apr02
GN-2002A-Q-27 Doyon CA A Multi-Wavelength Study of the Circumnuclear Starburst Regions of M83 NIRI  5.8 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-28 Feinstein AR Ionization cones and filaments in Active Galaxy Nuclei GMOS  2    
GN-2002A-Q-29 Hanes CA Multi-Object Spectroscopy of the GC Systems of Luminous Ellipticals [joint proposal with Q-13, Q-21, Q-64] GMOS  7.8 data sent 9Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-30 Hook UK Cosmology with High-Redshift Type Ia Supernovae [joint proposal with Q-18] GMOS  12 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-31 Hook UK Cosmology with High-Redshift Type Ia Supernovae [joint proposal with Q-37] NIRI  12 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-32 Hutchings CA Line imaging of highest redshift QSOs NIRI  12 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-33 Jayawardhana US A Search for Disks around Young Brown Dwarfs and Very-Low-Mass Stars NIRI  10 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-34 Jorgensen GS Galaxy Evolution During Half the Age of the Universe GMOS  20 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-35 Kukula UK The evolution of high-redshift quasar host galaxies NIRI  12    
GN-2002A-Q-36 Lada US Constraining the Lifetimes of Circumstellar Disks:L band Observations of NGC 2362 NIRI  5    
GN-2002A-Q-37 Perlmutter US Cosmology with High-Redshift Type Ia Supernovae [joint proposal with Q-31] NIRI  24 data sent 12Jul02
GN-2002A-Q-38 Tholen UH The Eccentricity of Charon's Orbit Hokupa'a + QUIRC  5    
GN-2002A-Q-39 Tonry UH Cosmology from High Redshift Supernovae NIRI  10    
GN-2002A-Q-40 Wayth AU Imaging the BLR of the Gravitationally Lensed QSO 2237+0305 GMOS  3.5 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-41 Weiner US Probing the assembly and evolution of z~1 galaxies with spatially resolved IFU kinematics GMOS  27.5    
GN-2002A-Q-42 Yee CA Rich Optically-Selected Galaxy Clusters at z~1 from the RCS Survey GMOS  10.17 data sent 19Aug02
 
GN Scientific Ranking Band 3
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument  Hours Status Updated
GN-2002A-Q-43 Croom UK The evolution of typical AGN host galaxies Hokupa'a + QUIRC  19    
GN-2002A-Q-44 Davies UK The lifecycle of cluster galaxies: GMOS age-dating of K-band selected samples at z=0.4-0.6 GMOS  40 data sent 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-45 Figueredo BR The Stellar Content of the Giant HII Region W51 NIRI  4.12 data sent 12Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-46 Garnavich US SN~Ia: The Collision of Theory and Observation NIRI  9    
GN-2002A-Q-47 Garnavich US SN~Ia: The Collision of Theory and Observation NIRI  9    
GN-2002A-Q-48 Gebhardt US Black Holes in Brightest Cluster Galaxies NIRI  20    
GN-2002A-Q-49 Hodapp UH A Search for Planetary-Mass Young Objects in the Serpens SVS2 Cluster NIRI  20    
GN-2002A-Q-50 Idiart BR The enigma of Terzan 1 globular cluster GMOS  3.4 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-51 Maria Victoria AR The star formation history of the galactic bulge Hokupa'a + QUIRC  4.5    
GN-2002A-Q-52 Martin CA The Chemistry of the Extreme Outer Disks of Nearby Spiral Galaxies [joint proposal with Q-87] GMOS  6 data sent 24May02
GN-2002A-Q-53 Mendes de Oliveira BR Multi-object Spectroscopy of Tidal Dwarfs in the Stephan's Quintet GMOS  2.58 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-54 Merline US Search for Asteroidal Satellites using Adaptive Optics Hokupa'a + QUIRC  20 data sent 26Jun02
GN-2002A-Q-55 Mirabel AR Are the hosts of Gamma-Ray Bursts luminous starbursts or normal galaxies? NIRI  3.6    
GN-2002A-Q-56 Noll US 3-4um Spectra of L and T Dwarfs NIRI  10    
GN-2002A-Q-57 Poole CA Spectroscopic Confirmation of z=4.4 Galaxies GMOS  8 data sent 10Apr02
GN-2002A-Q-58 Rhoads US A Census of z > 4 Galaxies GMOS  20 data sent 24May02
GN-2002A-Q-59 Robertson AU What are the Damped Lyman Alpha 'protogalaxies'? GMOS  4.55    
GN-2002A-Q-60 Sawicki CA At the Epoch of Reionization GMOS  8    
GN-2002A-Q-61 Sodre BR Near Infra-Red Imaging of Tidal Dwarf Galaxy Candidates in Stephan's Quintet NIRI  1    
 
GN Scientific Ranking Band 4
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument  Hours Status Updated
GN-2002A-Q-62 Aussel UH Characterization of the sources contributing to the cosmic infrared background GMOS  10 data sent 10Apr02
GN-2002A-Q-63 Balogh UK The Galaxy Group Environment at z=1 GMOS  17    
GN-2002A-Q-64 Beasley AU Multi-Object Spectroscopy of the GC Systems of Luminous Ellipticals [joint proposal with Q-13, Q-21, Q-29] GMOS  2.4 data sent 9Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-65 Blundell UK What triggers radio galaxies? GMOS  2.5 done 20May02
GN-2002A-Q-66 Bower UK The Enigma of "E+A" galaxies GMOS  7    
GN-2002A-Q-67 Couch AU DORIS: A Deep Redshift Survey with Gemini North [joint proposal with Q-68] GMOS  8    
GN-2002A-Q-68 Crampton CA DORIS: A Deep Redshift Survey with Gemini North [joint proposal with Q-67] GMOS  8    
GN-2002A-Q-69 Davidge CA Comparing the Stellar and Gas Phase Metallicities in Nearby Dwarf Irregular Galaxies NIRI  8    
GN-2002A-Q-70 Donahue US Harvesting the High Redshift Cluster Candidates from the ROX Survey NIRI  10    
GN-2002A-Q-71 Ebeling UH A multi-wavelength study of the two most massive galaxy clusters known at z~1 GMOS  10 data sent 24May02
GN-2002A-Q-72 Ferrarese US Understanding Supermassive Black Holes and Their Host Galaxies GMOS  20    
GN-2002A-Q-73 Garnavich US SNIa: The Collision of Theory and Observation NIRI  9    
GN-2002A-Q-74 Gomez AR The VLA 1623 Molecular Hydrogen Outflow: Tracing the Impact Zone of a High Velocity Stellar Flow NIRI  1    
GN-2002A-Q-75 Hook UK Probing the high redshift Universe via quasars with z>5 [joint proposal with Q-9] GMOS  6.5 done 19Aug02
GN-2002A-Q-76 Hutchings CA The galaxy environment of z=2 QSOs GMOS  3 data sent 10Apr02
GN-2002A-Q-77 Jayawardhana US Direct Detection of Giant Planets Around the Nearest Young Stars Hokupa'a + QUIRC  20    
GN-2002A-Q-78 Jensen GS Using IR Surface Brightness Fluctuations to Measure the Star Formation History of Galaxies in the Coma Cluster NIRI  10    
GN-2002A-Q-79 Malhotra US Confirming and Characterizing Young Lyman(alpha) Galaxies at z=4.5 NIRI  4    
GN-2002A-Q-80 Malhotra US Confirming and Characterizing Young Lyman(alpha) Galaxies at z=4.5 NIRI  15    
GN-2002A-Q-81 Maloney US Buried AGN in LINER-type Ultraluminous Infrared Galaxies NIRI  20    
GN-2002A-Q-82 McCall CA The ABCs of BCDs NIRI  12    
GN-2002A-Q-83 Najita US Brown Dwarfs in the NOAO Deep Wide-Field Survey and the Substellar Mass Function GMOS  20    
GN-2002A-Q-84 Peacock UK Sub-mm EROs, photometric redshifts, and the cluster gravitational lens A2218 NIRI  14    
GN-2002A-Q-85 Richer CA Extremely Red Objects in the Direction of the Globular Cluster M4: A Globular Cluster Deep Field NIRI  9.1    
GN-2002A-Q-86 Roth GS Characterizing Galaxies Around Damped Lyman-Alpha QSO Absorbers GMOS  6 data sent 10Apr02
GN-2002A-Q-87 Roy GS The Chemistry of the Extreme Outer Disks of Nearby Spiral Galaxies [joint proposal with Q-52] GMOS  7.5 data sent 13May02
GN-2002A-Q-88 Takamiya GS A galaxy census at z~1 in the GOODS/HDF-N region [joint proposal with Q-26] GMOS  10 data sent 10Apr02
GN-2002A-Q-89 Jorgensen GS A GMOS survey of the Coma cluster GMOS  10 data sent 13Mar02
 
GN-2002A-Q-90 Richer CA Canadian High School Student Programs GMOS  2 done 26Jun02

The columns in the table for Gemini South are:
Ref #: Gemini reference number (note that this is different from any internal National TAC reference number). Click on it to see the proposal abstract (when available).
PI: name of Principal Investigator.
Partner: partner or country to which time will be charged (US, UK, CA=Canada, AU=Australia, CH=Chile (host), AR=Argentina, BR=Brazil, GS=Gemini staff).
Title: the title of the program.
Instrument: name of the instrument
Hours: time allocated to the program (if a joint or duplicate proposal, this is is the time allocated to this part of the program only)
Status: the execution status of the program: blank field = not yet in preparation, "in prep" = Phase II preparation of detailed observation descriptions done; "started" = executed one or more observations; "continued" = additional data taken for a started program; "completed" = all requested data taken; "data in QA" = data undergoing pre-ship quality assessment; "data sent" = data for one or more observations and calibrations sent to PI; "done" = program complete. Recent changes are highlighted in bold font.
Update: the date when the status information was last updated.

GS Scientific Ranking Band 1
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument Hours Status Updated
GS-2002A-Q-1 Barbuy BR Oxygen abundance of the metal-rich bulge globular cluster NGC 6553 Phoenix  5.33 done 1Jul02
GS-2002A-Q-2 Barrientos CH Homogeneity of Cluster Elliptical Galaxies at z~1 Flamingos-I  17 data sent 28Aug02
GS-2002A-Q-3 Bernath CA High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy of L Dwarfs [joint proposal with Q-16] Phoenix  10 data sent 1Jul02
GS-2002A-Q-4 Burleigh UK Imaging extra-solar planets Flamingos-I  30 data sent 10Sep02
GS-2002A-Q-5 Halpern US Search for Small-Scale Structure in Gamma-ray Burst Afterglows [joint proposal with Q-9] Acquisition Camera  7    
GS-2002A-Q-6 Matthews CA Imaging the heart of Centaurus A - the nature of the AGN T-ReCS  6.2    
GS-2002A-Q-7 Mirabel AR Are the hosts of Gamma-Ray Bursts luminous starbursts or normal galaxies? Flamingos-I  6 data sent 20Aug02
GS-2002A-Q-8 Najita US The Gas Dissipation Timescale in Protoplanetary Disks Phoenix  30 data sent 1Jul02
GS-2002A-Q-9 Price AU Search for Small-Scale Structure in Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglows [joint proposal with Q-5] Acquisition Camera  6    
GS-2002A-Q-10 Rodgers GS Structure of inner disks of young stars from fundamental CO emission Phoenix  18.3 data sent 1Jul02
 
GS Scientific Ranking Band 2
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument  Hours Status Updated
GS-2002A-Q-11 Balachandran US The 16O/17O Ratio in Halo Giants Phoenix  13 data sent 12Apr02
GS-2002A-Q-12 Bremer AU Probing the forming cores of galaxy clusters [joint proposal with Q-23, Q-35] Flamingos-I  3.6 data sent 4Sep02
GS-2002A-Q-13 Bronfman CH The Stellar Density Around Massive Young Stars: A Test of Collisional Models of High Mass Star Formation Flamingos-I  9 data sent 13Sep02
GS-2002A-Q-14 Davidge CA Probing the Halos of Late-type Spiral Galaxies in the Sculptor Group Flamingos-I  8.42    
GS-2002A-Q-15 Fisher GS Mid-Infrared Imaging of Disks of Transitional Herbig Ae/Be Stars [joint proposal with Q-20] T-ReCS  17    
GS-2002A-Q-16 Hinkle US High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy of L Dwarfs [joint proposal with Q-3] Phoenix  20 data sent 1Jul02
GS-2002A-Q-17 Kulesa US Direct Measurement of Cold H_2 and CO in the Rho-Ophiuchus Star Forming Region Phoenix  20    
GS-2002A-Q-18 Kwok CA Imaging of the Dust Torus in Proto-Planetary Nebulae T-ReCS  5.83    
GS-2002A-Q-19 Tanvir UK Quick Response to GRBs: the early burst and the late-time decay Acquisition Camera  20    
GS-2002A-Q-20 Telesco US Mid-Infrared Imaging of Disks of Transitional Herbig Ae/Be Stars [joint proposal with Q-15] T-ReCS  15    
GS-2002A-Q-21 Wood AU Winds in post-AGB stars: shaping planetary nebulae Phoenix  4.8 data sent 1Jul02
 
GS Scientific Ranking Band 3
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument  Hours Status Updated
GS-2002A-Q-22 Aspin GS Multiplicity and Circumstellar Structure of Deeply Embedded Herbig-Haro Energy Sources T-ReCS  10    
GS-2002A-Q-23 Athreya CH Probing the forming cores of galaxy clusters [joint proposal with Q-12, Q-35] Flamingos-I  12 data sent 19Aug02
GS-2002A-Q-24 Barbosa BR Massive YSOs in W31 T-ReCS  4.98    
GS-2002A-Q-25 Brittain US Circumstellar H_2 and H3+ Line Emission in HD 141569 Phoenix  20    
GS-2002A-Q-26 Burton AU Towards an Evolutionary Sequence for Massive Star Formation T-ReCS  7    
GS-2002A-Q-27 Davidge CA The Star-Forming History of Isolated Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies Flamingos-I  13 data sent 20Aug02
GS-2002A-Q-28 De Buizer US Mid-Infrared Imaging of the G29.96-0.02 Hot Core T-ReCS  5    
GS-2002A-Q-29 De Buizer US High-Resolution Imaging of Circumstellar Disks in Massive Star Forming Regions using T-ReCS T-ReCS  30    
GS-2002A-Q-30 Feldman CA Mid-Infrared Observations of Bright SCUBA Sources in MSX Infrared-Dark Clouds T-ReCS  5.1    
GS-2002A-Q-31 Gledhill UK A mid-IR imaging survey of proto-planetary nebulae T-ReCS  18    
GS-2002A-Q-32 Gomez AR Young Brown Dwarfs: Exploring the Formation Process and Physical Properties Flamingos-I  3    
GS-2002A-Q-33 Mallen-Ornelas CH Number Counts of Extremely Red Galaxies to Extremely Faint Magnitudes Flamingos-I  5.5 data sent 10Sep02
GS-2002A-Q-34 Morrell AR G353.2+0.9: A laboratory for theories of star formation. Flamingos-I  1.2 data sent 4Sep02
 
GS Scientific Ranking Band 4
Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument  Hours Status Updated
GS-2002A-Q-35 Bremer UK Probing the forming cores of galaxy clusters [joint proposal with Q-12, Q-23] Flamingos-I  16 data sent 19Aug02
GS-2002A-Q-36 Casassus CH Isotopic ratios and physical conditions from the hyperfine structure and broadening of IR coronal lines in PN NGC6302 Phoenix  12    
GS-2002A-Q-37 Croom UK Post-starburst QSOs: spatially resolving the missing link. Flamingos-I  13    
GS-2002A-Q-38 Hynes UK Reverberation Mapping of Black Hole X-ray Transients Acquisition Camera  12    
GS-2002A-Q-39 Kalirai CA White Dwarf Seismology in M4 Acquisition Camera  2.25 data sent 12Apr02
GS-2002A-Q-40 Kwok CA Mid-infrared Imaging of Southern Bipolar Reflection Nebulae T-ReCS  5    
GS-2002A-Q-41 Luhman US Searching for the Bottom of the Initial Mass Function Flamingos-I  24    
GS-2002A-Q-42 Moffat CA Survey of the Circumstellar Environments of Prolific Wolf-Rayet Dust Makers with T-ReCS Survey of the Circumstellar Environments of Prolific Wolf-Rayet Dust Makers with T-ReCS T-ReCS  4    
GS-2002A-Q-43 Plante CA Hidden Star-Formation in Low-Metallicity Galaxies T-ReCS  5    
GS-2002A-Q-44 Ryde US A CO Resonance Scattering Map of alpha Ori's Circumstellar Shell Phoenix  10    
GS-2002A-Q-45 Simon US IR Detection of Low-Mass Secondaries in PMS Spectroscopic Binaries Phoenix  10 data sent 12Apr02
GS-2002A-Q-46 Simon US IR Detection of Low-Mass Secondaries in PMS Spectroscopic Binaries Phoenix  10    
GS-2002A-Q-47 Stallard UK Detection and Measurement of Ions Winds on Uranus Phoenix  12    
GS-2002A-Q-48 Volk CA Mapping the Dust and UIR emisison in Planetary Nebulae T-ReCS  5    
GS-2002A-Q-49 Wood AU Nucleosynthesis in Massive AGB Stars Phoenix  4.07 data sent 12Apr02
GS-2002A-Q-50 Woodward US TRECS Imagery of Circumstellar Disks: Herbig Ae Stars T-ReCS  20    

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