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.
Displaying 1401-1420 of 1681 results.
Chemical behavior of the dwarf irregular galaxy NGC6822. Its PN and HII region abundancesHernández-Martínez, L., Peña, M., Carigi, L., and García-Rojas, J.2009Astronomy & AstrophysicsGMOS-SCL
Chemical Analysis of a Diffuse Cloud along a Line of Sight toward W51: Molecular Fraction and Cosmic-Ray Ionization RateIndriolo, N., Neufeld, D. A., Gerin, M., Geballe, T. R., Black, J. H., Menten, K. M., and Goicoechea, J. R.2012The Astrophysical JournalPHOENIXUS/GS
Chemical Abundances of the Highly Obscured Galactic Globular Clusters 2MASS GC02 and Mercer 5Peñaloza, Francisco, Pessev, Peter, Vaśquez, Sergio, Borissova, Jura, Kurtev, Radostin, Zoccali, Manuela2015Publications of the Astronomical Society of the PacificPHOENIXGS
Chemical Abundances of Seven Irregular and Three Tidal Dwarf Galaxies in the M81 GroupCroxall, K. V., van Zee, L., Lee, H., Skillman, E. D., Lee, J. C., Côté, S., Kennicutt, R. C., Jr., and Miller, B. W.2009The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NAU
Chemical Abundances of Luminous Cool Stars in the Galactic Center from High-Resolution Infrared SpectroscopyCunha, K., Sellgren, K., Smith, V. V., Ramirez, S. V., Blum, R. D., and Terndrup, D. M.2007The Astrophysical JournalPHOENIXOther
Chemical Abundances in Giants Stars of the Tidally Disrupted Globular Cluster NGC 6712 from High-resolution Infrared SpectroscopyYong, D., Meléndez, J., Cunha, K., Karakas, A. I., Norris, J. E., and Smith, V. V.2008The Astrophysical JournalPHOENIXAU
Chemical Abundances in 12 Red Giants of the Large Magellanic Cloud from High-Resolution Infrared SpectroscopySmith, V. V., Hinkle, K. H., Cunha, K., Plez, B., Lambert, D. L., Pilachowski, C. A., Barbuy, B., Meléndez, J., Balachandran, S., Bessell, M. S., Geisler, D. P., Hesser, J. E., and Winge, C.2002The Astronomical JournalPHOENIXOther
Chemical abundance analysis of symbiotic giants - II. AE Ara, BX Mon, KX TrA, and CL ScoGałan, Cezary, Mikołajewska, Joanna, Hinkle, Kenneth H.2015Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyPHOENIXAR/US
Chemical abundance analysis of symbiotic giants - I. RW Hya and SY MusMiko?ajewska, Joanna, Ga?an, Cezary, Hinkle, Kenneth H., Gromadzki, Mariusz, Schmidt, Miros?aw R.2014Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyPHOENIXAR
Charon's Radius and Density from the Combined Data Sets of the 2005 July 11 OccultationPerson, M. J., Elliot, J. L., Gulbis, A. A. S., Pasachoff, J. M., Babcock, B. A., Souza, S. P., and Gangestad, J.2006The Astronomical JournalACQCAMUS
Charon's radius and atmospheric constraints from observations of a stellar occultationGulbis, A. A. S., Elliot, J. L., Person, M. J., Adams, E. R., Babcock, B. A., Emilio, M., Gangestad, J. W., Kern, S. D., Kramer, E. A., Osip, D. J., Pasachoff, J. M., Souza, S. P., and Tuvikene, T.2006NatureACQCAMUS
Characterization of the sodium layer at Cerro Pachón, and impact on laser guide star performanceNeichel, B., D'Orgeville, C., Callingham, J., Rigaut, F., Winge, C., Trancho, G.2013Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGeMSOther
Characterization of Seven Ultra-wide Trans-Neptunian BinariesParker, A. H., Kavelaars, J. J., Petit, J.-M., Jones, L., Gladman, B., and Parker, J.2011The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NCA/US
Characterization of Low-mass, Wide-separation Substellar Companions to Stars in Upper Scorpius: Near-infrared Photometry and SpectroscopyLachapelle, François-René, Lafrenière, David, Gagné, Jonathan, Jayawardhana, Ray, Janson, Markus, Helling, Christiane, Witte, Soeren2015The Astrophysical JournalNIRI+ALTAIR/GNIRSCA
Characterization of High Proper Motion Objects from the Wide-field Infrared Survey ExplorerLuhman, K. L., Sheppard, Scott S.2014The Astrophysical JournalFLAMINGOS-2OTHER
Characteristic velocities of stripped-envelope core-collapse supernova coresMaurer, J. I., Mazzali, P. A., Deng, J., Filippenko, A. V., Hamuy, M., Kirshner, R. P., Matheson, T., Modjaz, M., Pian, E., Stritzinger, M., Taubenberger, S., and Valenti, S.2010Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-NUS
Chandra X-Ray Observatory Detection of Extended X-Ray Emission from the Planetary Nebula BD +30°3639Kastner, J. H., Soker, N., Vrtilek, S. D., and Dgani, R.2000The Astrophysical JournalHokupaaOther
Chandra X-ray and Gemini near-infrared observations of the eclipsing millisecond pulsar SWIFT J1749.4-2807 in quiescenceJonker, P. G., Torres, M. A. P., Steeghs, D., and Chakrabarty, D.2013Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyNIRIUS
Chandra Discovery of a Binary Active Galactic Nucleus in Mrk 739Koss, M., Mushotzky, R., Treister, E., Veilleux, S., Vasudevan, R., Miller, N., Sanders, D. B., Schawinski, K., and Trippe, M.2011The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUH
CFBDS J005910.90-011401.3: reaching the T-Y brown dwarf transition?Delorme, P., Delfosse, X., Albert, L., Artigau, E., Forveille, T., Reylé, C., Allard, F., Homeier, D., Robin, A. C., Willott, C. J., Liu, M. C., and Dupuy, T. J.2008Astronomy & AstrophysicsNIRICA

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