Gemini Publications By Users

This is Section 1 of the Gemini Publications site. It includes "papers in refereed journals by users based on data taken with the Gemini telescopes or from the Gemini Science Archive." More information about criteria for inclusion are provided here.

Where possible, listings are linked to their ADS entries. Listings are in chronological order (most recent first). If your published paper does not appear in this list, please contact the Librarian at library@gemini.edu.

The publications can also be searched in Gemini Science Archive under GSA Queries by instrument, program ID, partner country affiliate, etc.

Partner Column Notes

Partner field shows partner or country to which observing time was charged. In a joint proposal, all contributors are shown.

Partner/Country codes:

  • AR – Argentina
  • AU – Australia
  • BR – Brazil
  • CA – Canada
  • CL – Chile
  • GS – Gemini Staff
  • JP – Japan (through Subaru exchange)
  • UH – Univ. of Hawaii
  • UK – United Kingdom
  • US – United States
  • “Other” includes Director’s Discretionary Time, System Verification, Commissioning, Guaranteed Time, and Poor Weather programs.
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TitleAuthorYearJournalInstrumentPartner
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
Gemini Near Infrared Spectrograph Observations of the Central Supermassive Black Hole in Centaurus ASilge, J. D., Gebhardt, K., Bergmann, M., and Richstone, D.2005The Astronomical JournalGNIRSOther
Constraints on the redshift dependence of the dark energy potentialSimon, J., Verde, L., and Jimenez, R.2005OtherGMOS-NCA/US
Doppler tomography of the Little Homunculus: high-resolution spectra of [FeII]λ16435 around Eta Carinae*Smith, N.2005Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyPHOENIXUS
Discovery of a Candidate Protoplanetary Disk around the Embedded Source IRc9 in OrionSmith, N. and Bally, J.2005The Astrophysical JournalTRECSUS
Thermal Dust Emission from Proplyds, Unresolved Disks, and Shocks in the Orion NebulaSmith, N., Bally, J., Shuping, R. Y., Morris, M., and Kassis, M.2005The Astronomical JournalTRECSUS
Fluorine Abundance Variations in Red Giants of the Globular Cluster M4 and Early-Cluster Chemical PollutionSmith, V. V., Cunha, K., Ivans, I. I., Lattanzio, J. C., Campbell, S., and Hinkle, K. H.2005The Astrophysical JournalPHOENIXUS
Extreme collisions between planetesimals as the origin of warm dust around a Sun-like starSong, I., Zuckerman, B., Weinberger, A. J., and Becklin, E. E.2005NatureMICHELLE 
Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph Integral Field Spectroscopy of a Merging System with Enhanced Balmer AbsorptionSwinbank, A. M., Balogh, M. L., Bower, R. G., Hau, G. K. T., Allington-Smith, J. R., Nichol, R. C., and Miller, C. J.2005The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SOther
Optical and near-infrared integral field spectroscopy of the SCUBA galaxy N2 850.4Swinbank, A. M., Smail, I., Bower, R. G., Borys, C., Chapman, S. C., Blain, A. W., Ivison, R. J., Howat, S. R., Keel, W. C., and Bunker, A. J.2005Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-NOther
Stellar Bow Shocks in the Northern Arm of the Galactic Center: More Members and Kinematics of the Massive Star PopulationTanner, A., Ghez, A. M., Morris, M. R., and Christou, J. C.2005The Astrophysical JournalHokupaaOther
Mid-infrared images of β Pictoris and the possible role of planetesimal collisions in the central diskTelesco, C. M., Fisher, R. S., Wyatt, M. C., Dermott, S. F., Kehoe, T. J. J., Novotny, S., Mariñas, N., Radomski, J. T., Packham, C., De Buizer, J., and Hayward, T. L.2005NatureTRECSUS
Near-Infrared Surface Properties of the Two Intrinsically Brightest Minor Planets: (90377) Sedna and (90482) OrcusTrujillo, C. A., Brown, M. E., Rabinowitz, D. L., and Geballe, T. R.2005The Astrophysical JournalNIRIOther
Gemini Near-Infrared Spectrograph Observations of a Red Star-forming Galaxy at z=2.225: Evidence of Shock Ionization Due to a Galactic Windvan Dokkum, P. G., Kriek, M., Rodgers, B., Franx, M., and Puxley, P.2005The Astrophysical JournalGNIRSCL/US
Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph Integral Field Unit Spectroscopy of the 167-317 (LV2) Proplyd in OrionVasconcelos, M. J., Cerqueira, A. H., Plana, H., Raga, A. C., and Morisset, C.2005The Astronomical JournalGMOS-SOther
L- and M-band imaging observations of the Galactic Center regionViehmann, T., Eckart, A., Schödel, R., Moultaka, J., Straubmeier, C., and Pott, J.-U.2005Astronomy & AstrophysicsHokupaaOther
A microlensing measurement of the size of the broad emission-line region in the lensed quasar QSO 2237+0305Wayth, R. B., O'Dowd, M., and Webster, R. L.2005Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-NAU
Imaging of SDSS z > 6 Quasar Fields: Gravitational Lensing, Companion Galaxies, and the Host Dark Matter HalosWillott, C. J., Percival, W. J., McLure, R. J., Crampton, D., Hutchings, J. B., Jarvis, M. J., Sawicki, M., and Simard, L.2005The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NCA
Black Hole Masses and Host Galaxy Evolution of Radio-Loud Active Galactic NucleiWoo, J.-H., Urry, C. M., van der Marel, R. P., Lira, P., and Maza, J.2005The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SCL
The Kinematics of Thick Disks in External GalaxiesYoachim, P. and Dalcanton, J. J.2005The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUS

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