# Queue Summary : Semester 2009A Gemini North and Gemini South

The queues shown in the tables below summarise the programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and Gemini South. 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 three scientific ranking bands (SRBs). Joint proposals (submitted to more than one NTAC for joint support) were combined by the ITAC, are shown in the table as a single entry and are executed as such. Several proposals have multiple occurrences as they were sub-divided by the relevant NTAC; each component is executed separately.

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 3. Bands 1 through 3 aim to fill the nominal queue time available (excluding weather loss). Hence programs in band 3 overfill the queue and provide flexibility with respect to weather conditions and foreseen or unforeseen problems.

This report is generated daily (see the bottom of the page for the current timestamp). The pages linked via Completion Status are updated approximately every 4 hours. Note that the completion fraction may change as the time accounting is adjusted during the quality assessment process.

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) once any classically-scheduled programs are taken into account. 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.

There is an NGO support staff queue schedule for Gemini North and South

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. (If a joint proposal, the name of the primary contact for the entire program is listed).
Partner Partner (UH = University of Hawaii, GS=Gemini staff) or country (US, UK, CA, CL, AU, AR, BR) to which time will be charged. If a joint proposal, all contributors are shown.
Title The title of the science program.
Instrument Name of the instrument(s) required.
Hours Allocated Time allocated to the program (if a joint proposal, this is the total time for the program). Programs identified e.g. [r06A] were assigned rollover status by the ITAC and will be carried over into the specified semester if not completed in this semester. Programs carried forward from previous semester(s) are linked at the top of this page.
Execution Status Click on this hyperlink to see the current status of each observation in the program.
Data Taken The UT date(s) on which data were taken.
Completion Status This shows an estimate of the fraction of allocated time that has been used. Note that this is a preliminary estimate and is only an indication of the completion state of the program. The completion state may not reflect the formal time accounting. Also note that some programs may be completed in less than the allocated time (e.g. if conditions were better than requested or if the request was overestimated).

The assigned support staff (Gemini Contact Scientists and National Office staff) for each Gemini North ODB and Gemini South ODB program are listed in the interactive 'snapshots' of the Observing Database (ODB).

 GN Scientific Ranking Band 1 Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument Hoursallocated GN-2009A-Q-1 Wilson CA/US The Gemini Cluster Astrophysics Spectroscopic Survey (GCLASS) GMOS 32.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090204 20090222 20090325 20090406 20090421 20090520 20090526 20090527 20090528 20090529 20090614 20090615 20090618 20090619 20090621 20090622 20090623 20090624 20090625 20090626 20090627 20090628 20090629 20090630 20090722 Completion Status: 100% GN-2009A-Q-2 Willott CA z=6 quasars to probe the reionization of the universe GMOS 9.00 Execution Status complete / SToO Dates Taken: 20090331 20090401 20090427 20090428 20090430 20090515 20090516 20090703 20090717 Completion Status: 100% GN-2009A-Q-3 Warren UK The highest redshift quasars 5.8

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. (If a joint proposal, the name of the primary contact for the entire program is listed).
Partner Partner (UH = University of Hawaii, GS=Gemini staff) or country (US, UK, CA, CL, AU, AR, BR) to which time will be charged. If a joint proposal, all contributors are shown.
Title The title of the science program.
Instrument Name of the instrument(s) required.
Hours Allocated Time allocated to the program (if a joint proposal, this is the total time for the program). Programs identified e.g. [r06A] were assigned rollover status by the ITAC and will be carried over into the specified semester if not completed in this semester. Programs carried forward from previous semester(s) are linked at the top of this page.
Execution Status Click on this hyperlink to see the current status of each observation in the program.
Data Taken The UT date(s) on which data were taken.
Completion Status This shows an estimate of the fraction of allocated time that has been used. Note that this is a preliminary estimate and is only an indication of the completion state of the program. The completion state may not reflect the formal time accounting. Also note that some programs may be completed in less than the allocated time (e.g. if conditions were better than requested or if the request was overestimated).

The assigned support staff (Gemini Contact Scientists and National Office staff) for each Gemini North ODB and Gemini South ODB program are listed in the interactive 'snapshots' of the Observing Database (ODB).

 GS Scientific Ranking Band 1 Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument Hoursallocated GS-2009A-Q-1 Zepf US A GMOS Study [of the Optical Spectrum] of the Black Hole Hosting Globular Cluster RZ2109 GMOS-S 7.50 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090222 20090328 20090329 20090330 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-2 Wisniewski US New Dust Production in V838 Monocerotis TReCS 1.70 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090920 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-3 Willott CA z=6 quasars to probe the reionization of the universe GMOS-S 9.00 Execution Status complete / SToO Dates Taken: 20090304 20090322 20090323 20090401 20090618 20090731 20090802 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-4 Valenti UK The PS1 core-collapse supernova survey: explosion rates GMOS-S 10.00 Execution Status active / SToO Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-5 Sodre BR The structure of RXC J1504-0248, a massive cool-core cluster in the nearby universe GMOS-S 3.30 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090320 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-6 Smith US Dust in the SN1987A-analog SBW1 in Carina TReCS 14.00 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090418 20090609 20090624 20090711 20090713 20100329 20100330 20100402 20100604 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-7 Sinnott US/CA Optical Spectroscopy of the Light Echo System of SN1987A GMOS-S 4.20 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090318 20090319 20090320 20090321 20090322 20090326 20090614 20090618 20090622 20090623 20090626 20090719 20090815 20090816 20090819 20090822 20090831 20090903 20090904 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-8 Richter US Dust Emission in Edge-on Protoplanetary Disks TReCS 9.50 [r10A] Execution Status rollover Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-9 Rest US/CA Echoes of Historic Milky Way Supernovae: Spectroscopy of the Kepler, RCW 86, and SN1006 SNe at maximum light GMOS-S 8.00 Execution Status active / SToO Dates Taken: 20090624 20090711 20090712 20090714 20090716 Completion Status: 7% GS-2009A-Q-10 Pignata CL Studying the local environment of Type Ia Supernovae GMOS-S 3.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090321 20090326 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-11 Peng CL/CA Environment and the Formation of Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies: A Unified Study of Field Stars, Stellar Nuclei and Globular Clusters GMOS-S 21.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090219 20090222 20090223 20090224 20090225 20090226 20090302 20090305 20090306 20090324 20090326 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-12 Pastorello UK The PS1 core-collapse supernova survey: deaths of very massive stars GMOS-S 2.50 Execution Status active / SToO Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-13 Nitta GS Towards a Better Understanding of Pulsating He atmosphere White Dwarf Stars Instability Strip GMOS-S 13.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090226 20090302 20090318 20090319 20090322 20090323 20090327 20090328 20091203 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-14 Margheim GS Surveying the Gas Phase of Post-AGB Disks Phoenix 9.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090126 20090202 20090203 20090204 20090213 20090214 20090404 20090405 20090412 20090414 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-15 Mackey UK Deep GMOS Imaging of Newly-Discovered Globular Clusters in NGC 6822 GMOS-S 12.00 [r10A] Execution Status active / rollover Dates Taken: 20090519 20090725 20090824 20090920 20090921 20100709 20100710 Completion Status: 83% GS-2009A-Q-16 Hoyer CL Search for unseen companions around 4 transiting planets using Transit Timing Variations.(IIa) GMOS-S 20.00 Execution Status Dates Taken: 20090210 20090220 20090221 20090223 20090305 20090428 20090609 Completion Status: 79% GS-2009A-Q-17 Stritzinger CL Late-time spectroscopic study of supernovae in the Local Universe by the Chilean Millennium Center for Supernova Studies GMOS-S 12.00 Execution Status active / SToO Dates Taken: 20090216 20090328 20090415 20090426 20090702 20090724 20090728 20090812 Completion Status: 59% GS-2009A-Q-18 Gerardy US Mapping the Kinematic Structure of Radioactive Ejecta in Type Ia Supernovae GMOS-S 3.60 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090225 20090226 20090301 20090306 20090711 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-19 Fitzgerald US Tracing Asymmetries in a Newly Discovered Debris Disk TReCS 13.30 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090418 20090419 20090523 20090712 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-20 Crowther UK GMOS spectroscopy of Wolf-Rayet candidates in NGC 5068 and NGC6744: Type Ibc supernova progenitors? GMOS-S 14.90 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090122 20090220 20090222 20090320 20090331 20090401 20090402 20090403 20090416 20090612 20090613 20090712 20090811 20090814 20090815 20090823 20090824 20090825 20090827 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-21 Croll GS Searching for Atmospheric Absorption in the Transmission Spectra of hot Jupiters GMOS-S 27.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090329 20090523 20090711 20090727 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-22 Bridges AU Australian Gemini GMOS Imaging Contest for IYA 2009 GMOS-S 1.00 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090725 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-23 Bloom US/CL/CA/AU Concerted Follow-up of Swift and Fermi GRBs (Gemini South) GMOS-S 21.92 Execution Status complete / RToO Dates Taken: 20090305 20090306 20090309 20090314 20090315 20090317 20090321 20090324 20090330 20090424 20090425 20090521 20090604 20090716 20090727 20090730 20090804 20090831 20090912 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-24 Blakeslee UK/CA The Nature of Ultra-Compact Dwarf Galaxies: Exploring the Link with Globular Clusters GMOS-S 17.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090128 20090202 20090205 20090327 20090328 20090329 20090330 20090331 20090401 20090402 20090403 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-25 Bassino AR Deepening on the faint galaxy content of the Antlia cluster GMOS-S 13.20 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090120 20090122 20090319 20090320 20090321 20090322 20090323 20090326 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-26 Alves-Brito AU High-resolution infrared abundance analysis of giant stars in the globular cluster M22 Phoenix 12.40 [r10A] Execution Status complete / rollover Dates Taken: 20090314 20090315 20090316 20090317 20090412 20090414 20090415 20090601 20090619 20090624 20090716 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-500 Liu UK/US/GS/GT/CA/AU NICI Extrasolar Planet Search Campaign (I) NICI 150.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090206 20090207 20090208 20090209 20090210 20090211 20090212 20090307 20090308 20090309 20090310 20090311 20090312 20090313 20090408 20090409 20090410 20090411 20090412 20090413 20090418 20090422 20090426 20090427 20090428 Completion Status: 81% GS-2009A-Q-501 Liu UK/US/GS/GT/CA/AU NICI Extrasolar Planet Search Campaign (II) NICI 150.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090207 20090211 20090311 20090408 Completion Status: 3% GS Scientific Ranking Band 2 Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument Hoursallocated GS-2009A-Q-27 Zoccali CL Chemical abundances of highly obscured Bulge globular clusters Phoenix 8.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090317 20090416 20090520 20090601 20090603 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-28 Wyatt UK Assessing the State of Planet Formation Through Resolved Imaging of HD191089 TReCS 8.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090609 20090711 20090712 20090713 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-29 Webb US/CL/CA Spectroscopy of Infrared Galaxies in Clusters to z = 1 GMOS-S 33.50 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090130 20090221 20090324 20090325 20090422 20090423 20090612 20090618 20090619 20090716 20090725 20090726 20090812 20090825 20090826 Completion Status: 23% GS-2009A-Q-30 Stott UK The XCS/DXS search for the highest redshift galaxy clusters GMOS-S 4.80 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090423 20090613 20090620 20090714 20090716 20090725 20090806 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-31 Steeghs UK The space-density of ultra-compact white dwarf binaries GMOS-S 14.60 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090226 20090227 20090228 20090301 20090302 20090321 20090323 20090324 20090325 20090327 20090330 20090331 20090404 20090417 20090420 20090422 20090424 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-32 Smith UK A spatially-resolved spectroscopic census of Lyman-alpha haloes GMOS-S 12.60 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090326 20090417 20090613 20090814 20090918 Completion Status: 16% GS-2009A-Q-33 Richter US CO Fundamental Absorption in Edge-on Protoplanetary Disks Phoenix 18.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090314 20090315 20090406 20090608 Completion Status: 41% GS-2009A-Q-34 Pastoriza BR Mid-infrared Observations of the Seyfert galaxies NGC3281 and NGC5728 TReCS 6.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090328 20090406 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-35 Miszalski CA/AU Testing common-envelope evolution models with new binary nuclei of bulge PN GMOS-S 20.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090318 20090319 20090326 20090327 20090328 20090329 20090330 20090404 20090405 20090417 20090421 20090422 20090423 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-36 Meech US Rotation Period for Comet P/Hartley 2, Support for the EPOXI Mission GMOS-S 16.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090521 20090522 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-37 Marsh UK Pulsating, helium-core white dwarfs GMOS-S 1.40 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090220 20090326 20090525 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-38 Luhman US Estimating the Mass of a Young Substellar Companion GMOS-S 2.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090125 20090128 20090223 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-39 Lu UK/CA Galaxy transformation in groups within the accretion zone of clusters GMOS-S 31.20 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090306 20090317 20090319 20090320 20090321 20090323 20090328 20090401 20090403 20090404 20090416 20090417 20090418 20090420 20090421 20090422 20090423 20090424 20090426 20090427 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-40 Kotak UK Extreme supernovae or new transients? GMOS-S 5.20 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090519 20090623 20090624 20090713 20090716 20090724 20090726 20090826 20090828 20090917 20091116 20091118 20091211 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-41 Hoyer CL Search for unseen companions around 4 transiting planets using Transit Timing Variations.(IIb) GMOS-S 5.00 Execution Status Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-42 Howell UK UV and Early-time Studies of the Evolution of Type Ia Supernovae GMOS-S 4.00 Execution Status complete / SToO Dates Taken: 20090727 20090809 20090812 20090823 20090830 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-43 Stritzinger CL Late-time spectroscopic study of supernovae in the Local Universe by the Chilean Millennium Center for Supernova Studies GMOS-S 12.00 Execution Status complete / SToO Dates Taken: 20090216 20090426 20090716 20090727 20090728 20090729 20090730 20090802 20090811 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-44 Fritz GS Kinematics and stellar populations of the most massive galaxies GMOS-S 17.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090226 20090302 20090305 20090321 20090325 20090327 20090328 20090331 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-45 Davidson US Eta Carinae's Continuing Instability and Recovery -- The 2009 Event'' GMOS-S 10.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090205 20090219 20090317 20090428 20090714 20090724 20090806 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-46 Cellone AR The globular cluster system of NGC 5044 GMOS-S 8.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090127 20090131 20090201 20090223 20090224 20090226 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-47 Bridges UK/AR/US/CA/AU Dynamical Modelling of the Dark Halo, Black Hole, and Orbital Structure in NGC4649 GMOS-S 24.30 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090201 20090221 20090223 20090224 20090612 20090620 Completion Status: 3% GS-2009A-Q-48 Bersier UK The Supernovae of Gamma-Ray Bursts: Exploring the diversity of stellar explosions GMOS-S 4.00 Execution Status active / SToO Dates Taken: 20090621 Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-49 Andrews US A Comprehensive Study of Dust Formation in Type II Supernovae with HST, Spitzer and Gemini GMOS-S 24.50 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090203 20090223 20090226 20090324 20090329 20090416 20090519 20090522 20090623 20090727 Completion Status: 36% GS Scientific Ranking Band 3 Ref # PI Partner Title Instrument Hoursallocated GS-2009A-Q-50 Zoccali CL Chemical abundances of highly obscured Bulge globular clusters Phoenix 22.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090416 20090605 20090613 20090616 20090619 20090622 20090627 20090702 20090713 20090717 20090730 20090731 20090803 20090804 20090805 20090810 20090812 20090814 Completion Status: 84% GS-2009A-Q-51 Wiersema UK The nature of faint persistent Galactic X-ray sources detected by RXTE scans GMOS-S 5.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090326 20090614 20090619 20090625 20090626 20090627 20090716 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-52 Verma UK The extensive Galaxy Zoo LENsing Survey - eGZeLENS GMOS-S 18.80 Execution Status Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-53 Tisserand AU Detecting 18O in DY Per stars : do DY Per stars follow the same evolutionary pathway as R Coronae Borealis stars ? Phoenix 7.40 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090204 20090205 20090215 20090316 20090420 20090623 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-54 Tadhunter UK Understanding the symbiosis between AGN and host galaxy evolution GMOS-S 16.30 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090205 20090219 20090220 20090221 20090222 20090224 20090225 20090302 20090319 20090324 20090325 20090403 20090421 20090423 20090427 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-55 Steiner BR PCA tomography of SN1987A GMOS-S 1.40 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090205 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-56 Schreiber UK/CL White dwarf-main sequence binaries as tracers of close binary evolution GMOS-S 22.50 Execution Status Dates Taken: 20090302 20090303 20090305 20090306 20090716 Completion Status: 49% GS-2009A-Q-57 Rutledge CA Radial Velocity Measurements of two quiescent LMXBs in the globular cluster NGC 6304 GMOS-S 12.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090329 20090529 20090531 20090602 20090605 20090607 20090711 20090713 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-58 Reid AU Investigation of the initial to final mass relation using newly discovered AGB halos surrounding planetary nebulae in the LMC. GMOS-S 6.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090205 20090213 20090214 20090215 20090216 20090403 20090413 20090416 20090417 20090421 20090423 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-59 Radomski GS Quantifying the Dusty Surroundings of Unobscured AGN with Mid-IR Observations TReCS 12.70 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090403 20090713 Completion Status: 8% GS-2009A-Q-60 Perrin UK/US/CA Resolved Imaging of Two New Protoplanetary Disks around Young Fe stars TReCS 3.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090411 20090609 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-61 Packham US High spatial resolution mid-infrared observations of LIRGs TReCS 15.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-62 MAHAJAN UK The origin of starburst galaxies on the outskirts of galaxy clusters GMOS-S 8.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090122 20090123 20090125 20090319 20090325 20090401 20090404 20090530 20090531 20090613 20090716 20090724 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-63 Lorenz Martins BR The Nature of Silicate Carbon Stars TReCS 2.80 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090418 20090419 20090523 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-64 Lewis UK Sloan Lenses Unraveled by Gemini Studies (SLUGS) GMOS-S 10.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090219 20090220 20090221 20090222 20090224 20090225 20090226 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-65 Lee CA An Optical Spectroscopic Study of YSOs around SNR G54.1+0.3 GMOS-S 21.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090612 Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-66 Laycock GS X-ray Binaries, Cataclysmic variables and Stellar Coronae in the Galactic Bulge. GMOS-S 20.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090711 20090713 20090714 20090716 20090726 20090730 20090806 Completion Status: 17% GS-2009A-Q-67 Laycock GS New Variable Stars with 100 year Lightcurves in the Beehive Cluster. GMOS-S 7.70 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090319 20090325 20090405 20090412 20090413 20090414 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-68 Kurtev CL Brown Dwarfs with Companions Phoenix 20.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090318 20090405 20090412 20090415 20090524 20090604 20090605 20090609 20090616 20090623 20090625 20090702 20090730 20090802 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-69 Kobulnicky US Establishing the Missing Link: Validating New Transition/Debris Disk Objects TReCS 12.00 Execution Status Dates Taken: 20090330 20090404 20090415 20090419 20090420 20090427 20090428 20090608 20090712 Completion Status: 85% GS-2009A-Q-70 Indriolo US Investigating the Cosmic-Ray Ionization Rate Near Supernova Remnants Using H$_3^+$ Phoenix 12.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-71 Goodall UK Long-slit Spectroscopy of SNR W50: Relativistic Jet-ISM Interactions and SNR Progenitor Chemistry. GMOS-S 9.25 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090520 20090524 20090531 20090601 20090604 20090606 20090613 20090624 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-72 Gil-Hutton AR The size distribution of small Trans-Neptunian objects GMOS-S 7.80 Execution Status active Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-73 Gaensicke UK Preparing for large time-domain surveys: unravelling the nature of faint blue transients in SDSS GMOS-S 2.70 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090331 20090401 20090402 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-74 Davidge CA Probing the RGB Content in the Outer UV disk of M83 NICI 13.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090308 20090309 20090310 20090314 20090413 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-75 Cuisinier BR Temperature Fluctuations in NGC 7009 from Paschen Jump GMOS-S 5.50 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090626 20090728 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-76 Cruz US Confirming Cluster Membership for Nearby Young Brown Dwarfs Phoenix 25.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090410 20090411 20090810 20090811 20090814 20090826 Completion Status: 40% GS-2009A-Q-77 Crossfield US Thermal Emission from a Non-transiting Extrasolar Planet Phoenix 14.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090316 20090405 20090414 Completion Status: 63% GS-2009A-Q-78 Cook US Searching for Gaseous CO in Pluto's Atmosphere Phoenix 20.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-79 Clowes UK Verifying a large-scale structure at z~2 GMOS-S 8.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090223 20090224 20090312 20090531 20090622 20090623 20090627 20090701 20090702 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-80 Close US The First Thermal Images of the Planetary Mass Prototype Object 2M1207b: Does it have an Edge-On Disk? TReCS 20.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-81 Borissova CL A hidden population of Ofpe/WR stars in newly discovered clusters GLIMPSE 30 and [DBS2003] 179 Phoenix 11.00 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090209 20090214 20090527 20090604 20090613 20090616 20090624 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-82 Bildfell UK/CA BCG Dynamics and Cluster Cores: Understanding a Symbiotic Relationship GMOS-S 15.70 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090203 20090216 20090219 20090225 20090303 20090304 20090312 20090402 20090403 20090428 20090520 20090616 20090622 20090625 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-83 Bary US A Phoenix Variability Study of the He I 1.083 um Accretion/Outflow Signature in a 10 Myr T Tauri Star Phoenix 7.60 Execution Status complete Dates Taken: 20090209 20090210 20090213 20090215 20090216 20090318 20090328 20090401 20090404 Completion Status: 100% GS-2009A-Q-84 Barrientos CL Mass calibration and gas physics for ACT SZ clusters GMOS-S 10.00 Execution Status active Dates Taken: 20090804 Completion Status: 0% GS-2009A-Q-85 Artigau GS GMOS spectroscopy of the first thick-disk T dwarf GMOS-S 11.40 Execution Status Dates Taken: 20090223 20090224 20090317 20090318 20090524 20090525 20090526 20090628 20090704 Completion Status: 34%

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