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Gemini Publications By Users

These pages allow you to search for publications in refereed journals based on data taken with the Gemini telescopes, whether published by the proposer or via subsequent use of the Gemini Observatory Archive (formerly Gemini Science Archive). More information about criteria for inclusion. If your published paper does not appear in the database, please contact the Librarian.

How to Query the Database

All publications are linked to their ADS entries which the titles and authors are imported from. For author names with special characters, copy and paste the names from ADS entries to ensure exact matching. Replacing special characters with English letters can also be used for author search. Query results can be visualized by clicking on Chart Query Results by year, journal, or instrument. Advanced Search can be used to query program IDs and year ranges in addition to basic search fields. Please email the librarian if you have any questions.

Search Gemini Users Publications on ADS

Gemini Observatory is among the bibliographic groups on ADS. Search syntax “bibgroup:gemini” returns all Gemini users publications. However it may not be update-to-date as the list below.

Displaying 2261-2280 of 2708 results.
TitleAuthorYearJournalInstrumentParticipant
A survey for low-luminosity quasars at redshift z~ 5Sharp, R. G., Crampton, D., Hook, I. M., and McMahon, R. G.2004Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-NCA
Age-dating a star-burst with GEMINI/CIRPASS observations of the core of M83Sharp, R. G., Parry, I. R., Ryder, S. D., Knapen, J. H., and Mazzuca, L. M.2004OtherCIRPASSAU
Near-infrared counterparts of three transient very faint neutron star X-ray binariesShaw, A. W., Heinke, C. O., Degenaar, N., Wijnands, R., Kaur, R., Forestell, L. M.2017Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyNIRICA
Weak Line Quasars at High Redshift: Extremely High Accretion Rates or Anemic Broad-line Regions?Shemmer, O., Trakhtenbrot, B., Anderson, S. F., Brandt, W. N., Diamond-Stanic, A. M., Fan, X., Lira, P., Netzer, H., Plotkin, R. M., Richards, G. T., Schneider, D. P., and Strauss, M. A.2010The Astrophysical JournalNIRIUS
Gemini GNIRS Near-infrared Spectroscopy of 50 Quasars at z ≳ 5.7Shen, Yue, Wu, Jin, Jiang, Linhua, Bañados, Eduardo, Fan, Xiaohui, Ho, Luis C., Riechers, Dominik A., Strauss, Michael A., Venemans, Bram, Vestergaard, Marianne, Walter, Fabian, Wang, Feige, Willott, Chris, Wu, Xue-Bing, Yang, Jinyi2019The Astrophysical JournalGNIRSLP
A Thick Cloud of Neptune Trojans and Their ColorsSheppard, S. S. and Trujillo, C. A.2006ScienceGMOS-NDD
An Ultradeep Survey for Irregular Satellites of Uranus: Limits to CompletenessSheppard, S. S., Jewitt, D., and Kleyna, J.2005The Astronomical JournalGMOS-NUH
2007 TY430: A Cold Classical Kuiper Belt Type Binary in the Plutino PopulationSheppard, S. S., Ragozzine, D., and Trujillo, C.2012The Astronomical JournalGMOS-N/GMOS-SUS
Deep Optical Observations of Unusual Neutron Star Calvera with the GTCShibanov, Yury, Danilenko, Andrey, Zharikov, Sergey, Shternin, Peter, Zyuzin, Dima2016The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NDD
The Complex Structure of the Multi-phase Galactic Wind in a Starburst MergerShih, H.-Y. and Rupke, D. S. N.2010The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUS
Ionized Outflows from Compact Steep Spectrum SourcesShih, H.-Y., Stockton, A., and Kewley, L.2013The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUH
The Resolved Outflow from 3C 48Shih, Hsin-Yi, Stockton, Alan2014The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUH
A Compact Group of Galaxies at z = 2.48 Hosting an AGN-driven OutflowShih, Hsin-Yi, Stockton, Alan2015The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-N/GNIRSUH
The Detection of a Hot Molecular Core in the Large Magellanic Cloud with ALMAShimonishi, Takashi, Onaka, Takashi, Kawamura, Akiko, Aikawa, Yuri2016The Astrophysical JournalTRECSJP
A Multiline Study of a High-mass Young Stellar Object in the Small Magellanic Cloud with ALMA: The Detection of Methanol Gas at 0.2 Solar MetallicityShimonishi, Takashi, Watanabe, Yoshimasa, Nishimura, Yuri, Aikawa, Yuri, Yamamoto, Satoshi, Onaka, Takashi, Sakai, Nami, Kawamura, Akiko2018The Astrophysical JournalTRECSJP
The Fe II/Mg II Flux Ratio of Low-luminosity Quasars at z ˜ 3Shin, Jaejin, Nagao, Tohru, Woo, Jong-Hak, Le, Huynh Anh N.2019The Astrophysical JournalGNIRSJP/KR
K2-114b and K2-115b: Two Transiting Warm JupitersShporer, Avi, Zhou, George, Fulton, Benjamin J., Vanderburg, Andrew, Espinoza, Nestor, Collins, Karen, Ciardi, David, Bayliss, Daniel, Armstrong, James D., Bento, Joao, Bouchy, Francois, Cochran, William D., Collier Cameron, Andrew, Colón, Knicole, Crossfield, Ian, Dragomir, Diana, Howard, Andrew W., Howell, Steve B., Isaacson, Howard, Kielkopf, John F., Murgas, Felipe, Sefako, Ramotholo, Sinukoff, Evan, Siverd, Robert, Udry, Stephane2017The Astronomical JournalNIRI+ALTAIR/DSSILP
SDSS J0909+4449: A large-separation strongly lensed quasar at z ˜ 2.8 with three imagesShu, Yiping, Marques-Chaves, Rui, Evans, N. Wyn, Pérez-Fournon, Ismael2018Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: LettersGMOS-SUS
A stellar occultation by Vanth, a satellite of (90482) OrcusSickafoose, A. A., Bosh, A. S., Levine, S. E., Zuluaga, C. A., Genade, A., Schindler, K., Lister, T. A., Person, M. J.2019IcarusDSSIFT/US
Discovery of Two Very Low Mass Binaries: Final Results of an Adaptive Optics Survey of Nearby M6.0-M7.5 StarsSiegler, N., Close, L. M., Cruz, K. L., Martín, E. L., and Reid, I. N.2005The Astrophysical JournalHokupaaUS

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