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The GEMMA Podcast

A podcast about Gemini Observatory and its role in the Era of Multi-Messenger Astronomy. Featuring news related to multi-messenger astronomy (MMA), time-domain astronomy (TDA), our visiting instrument program, and more through interviews with astronomers, engineers, and staff both here at Gemini (North and South) and abroad.

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May 22, 2018 Press Release Gemini Observatory Cloud Camera Captures Volcano’s Dramatic Glow
May 7, 2018 News Status of Gemini North
May 3, 2018 Web Feature Massive Cluster Galaxies Move in Unexpected Ways
May 2, 2018 News June 2018 Call for Proposals
May 1, 2018 News GN ODB Offline 2018-May-1
April 23, 2018 Press Release What Do Uranus’s Cloud Tops Have in Common With Rotten Eggs?
March 28, 2018 Press Release Dark Matter is a No Show in Ghostly Galaxy
March 13, 2018 News OCTOCAM Team Welcomes Massimo Robberto as Principal Investigator
March 5, 2018 News April 2018 Call for Proposals
February 28, 2018 News 2018B Call for Proposals announced
February 19, 2018 Web Feature Shining Light on Dim Galactic Neighbors
January 12, 2018 Web Feature Game Over for Supernovae Hide & Seek
January 4, 2018 News SEG Meeting Registration Now Open
January 3, 2018 News PW & DD proposals require 18A PIT
January 2, 2018 News February 2018 Call for Proposals
December 18, 2017 Web Feature The Birth of Massive Stars Around an Unlikely Galaxy
December 15, 2017 News 2018A Programs and Schedule Announced
December 11, 2017 News Update on Gen 4#3 (OCTOCAM)
December 6, 2017 Press Release Supermassive Black Hole is Ahead of its Time
December 4, 2017 News GN Observing Database Offline Dec-5
November 29, 2017 Web Feature Gemini Observations Show Distant Black Hole Pair is “Photobombing” Culprit
November 28, 2017 News 2018A OT Released
November 26, 2017 News Observing databases offline Nov 28
November 20, 2017 Press Release First Known Interstellar Visitor is an “Oddball”
November 3, 2017 Press Release Gemini Observatory Confirms Spiral Nature of Extremely Distant Lensed Galaxy