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
A Major Soft Gamma Repeater-like Outburst and Rotation Glitch in the No-longer-so-anomalous X-Ray Pulsar 1E 2259+586Kaspi, V. M., Gavriil, F. P., Woods, P. M., Jensen, J. B., Roberts, M. S. E., and Chakrabarty, D.2003The Astrophysical JournalNIRIOther
A luminous quasar at a redshift of z = 7.085Mortlock, D. J., Warren, S. J., Venemans, B. P., Patel, M., Hewett, P. C., McMahon, R. G., Simpson, C., Theuns, T., Gonzáles-Solares, E. A., Adamson, A., Dye, S., Hambly, N. C., Hirst, P., Irwin, M. J., Kuiper, E., Lawrence, A., and Röttgering, H. J. A.2011NatureGMOS-NUK
A Luminous Lyα-emitting Galaxy at Redshift z = 6.535: Discovery and Spectroscopic ConfirmationRhoads, J. E., Xu, C., Dawson, S., Dey, A., Malhotra, S., Wang, J., Jannuzi, B. T., Spinrad, H., and Stern, D.2004The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUS
A low density of 0.8gcm-3 for the Trojan binary asteroid 617PatroclusMarchis, F., Hestroffer, D., Descamps, P., Berthier, J., Bouchez, A. H., Campbell, R. D., Chin, J. C. Y., van Dam, M. A., Hartman, S. K., Johansson, E. M., Lafon, R. E., Le Mignant, D., de Pater, I., Stomski, P. J., Summers, D. M., Vachier, F., Wizinovich, P. L., and Wong, M. H.2006NatureHokupaaUS
A lithium depletion boundary age of 22 Myr for NGC 1960Jeffries, R. D., Naylor, T., Mayne, N. J., Bell, C. P. M., and Littlefair, S. P.2013Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-NUK
A Kinematic Approach to Assessing Environmental Effects: Star-forming Galaxies in a z ~ 0.9 SpARCS Cluster Using Spitzer 24 μm ObservationsNoble, A. G., Webb, T. M. A., Muzzin, A., Wilson, G., Yee, H. K. C., and van der Burg, R. F. J.2013The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NUS/CA
A K-band spectral mini-survey of Galactic B[e] starsLiermann, A., Schnurr, O., Kraus, M., Kreplin, A., Arias, M. L., Cidale, L. S.2014Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGNIRSAR
A Jet Model for the Broadband Spectrum Of the Seyfert 1 Galaxy NGC 4051Maitra, D., Miller, J. M., Markoff, S., and King, A.2011The Astrophysical JournalNIFSOther
A Jet Break in the X-Ray Light Curve of Short GRB 111020A: Implications for Energetics and RatesFong, W., Berger, E., Margutti, R., Zauderer, B. A., Troja, E., Czekala, I., Chornock, R., Gehrels, N., Sakamoto, T., Fox, D. B., and Podsiadlowski, P.2012The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SGS/UK/US/AU
A Jet Associated with the Classical T Tauri Star RY TauriSt-Onge, G. and Bastien, P.2008The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NCA
A J-band detection of the sub-stellar mass donor in SDSS J1433+1011Littlefair, S. P., Savoury, C. D. J., Dhillon, V. S., Marsh, T. R., Gänsicke, B. T., Butterleym, T., Wilson, R. W., Southworth, J., and Watson, C. A.2013Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyNIRIOther
A highly unequal-mass eclipsing M-dwarf binary in the WFCAM Transit SurveyNefs, S. V., Birkby, J. L., Snellen, I. A. G., Hodgkin, S. T., Sipőcz, B. M., Kovács, G., Mislis, D., Pinfield, D. J., and Martin, E. L.2013Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGNIRSUK
A high stellar velocity dispersion for a compact massive galaxy at redshift z = 2.186van Dokkum, P. G., Kriek, M., and Franx, M.2009NatureGNIRSUS
A High Spatial Resolution Mid-Infrared Spectroscopic Study of the Nuclei and Star-Forming Regions in Luminous Infrared GalaxiesDíaz-Santos, T., Alonso-Herrero, A., Colina, L., Packham, C., Levenson, N. A., Pereira-Santaella, M., Roche, P. F., and Telesco, C. M.2010The Astrophysical JournalTRECSUS
A High Spatial Resolution Infrared View of the T Tauri Multiple SystemBeck, T. L., Schaefer, G. H., Simon, M., Prato, L., Stoesz, J. A., and Howell, R. R.2004The Astrophysical JournalNIRI+ALTAIROther
A High Signal-to-noise Ratio Composite Spectrum of Gamma-ray Burst AfterglowsChristensen, L., Fynbo, J. P. U., Prochaska, J. X., Thöne, C. C., de Ugarte Postigo, A., and Jakobsson, P.2011The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-N/GMOS-SUK/US/AU/GS/CA/UH
A High Angular Resolution Survey of Massive Stars in Cygnus OB2: Results from the Hubble Space Telescope Fine Guidance SensorsCaballero-Nieves, Saida M., Nelan, Edmund P., Gies, Douglas R., Wallace, Debra J., DeGioia-Eastwood, Katherine, Herrero, Artemio, Jao, Wei-Chun, Mason, Brian D., Massey, Philip, Moffat, Anthony F. J., Walborn, Nolan R.2014The Astronomical JournalNIFS+ALTAIRUS
A high abundance of massive galaxies 3-6 billion years after the Big BangGlazebrook, K., Abraham, R. G., McCarthy, P. J., Savaglio, S., Chen, H.-W., Crampton, D., Murowinski, R., Jørgensen, I., Roth, K., Hook, I., Marzke, R. O., and Carlberg, R. G.2004NatureGMOS-NCA/US
A Ground-based Search for Thermal Emission from the Exoplanet TrES-1Knutson, H. A., Charbonneau, D., Deming, D., and Richardson, L. J.2007Publications of the Astronomical Society of the PacificNIRIUS
A Glimpse into the Past: The Recent Evolution of Globular ClustersKalirai, J. S., Strader, J., Anderson, J., and Richer, H. B.2008The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SOther

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