Gemini Publications By Users

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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 up-to-date as the list below.

Displaying 2461-2480 of 3016 results.
Circumnuclear star formation in Mrk 42 mapped with Gemini Near-infrared Integral Field SpectrographHennig, Moiré G., Riffel, Rogemar A., Dors, O. L., Riffel, Rogerio, Storchi-Bergmann, Thaisa, Colina, Luis2018-1Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyNIFS+ALTAIRBR
Circumnuclear Star Formation and AGN Activity: Clues from Surface Brightness Radial Profile of PAHs and [{\rm{S}}\,{\rm{IV}}]Esparza-Arredondo, Donaji, González-Martín, Omaira, Dultzin, Deborah, Alonso-Herrero, Almudena, Ramos Almeida, Cristina, Díaz-Santos, Tanio, García-Bernete, Ismael, Martinez-Paredes, Mariela, Rodríguez-Espinosa, Jose Miguel2018-1The Astrophysical JournalTRECSGS/JP/BR/UK/US/CL/DD
Circumbinary Gas Accretion onto a Central Binary: Infrared Molecular Hydrogen Emission from GG Tau ABeck, T. L., Bary, J. S., Dutrey, A., Piétu, V., Guilloteau, S., Lubow, S. H., and Simon, M.2012-07The Astrophysical JournalNIFS+ALTAIRUS
Chlorine Isotope Ratios in M GiantsMaas, Z. G., Pilachowski, C. A.2018-1The Astronomical JournalPHOENIXUS
Chemo-dynamics of outer halo dwarf stars, including Gaia-Sausage and Gaia-Sequoia candidatesMonty, Stephanie; Venn, Kim A.; Lane, James M. M.; Lokhorst, Deborah; Yong, David2020-1Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGRACESCA
Chemistry of the Most Metal-poor Stars in the Bulge and the z ≳ 10 UniverseCasey, Andrew R., Schlaufman, Kevin C.2015-1The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SUS/AU
Chemical similarities between Galactic bulge and local thick disk red giant starsMeléndez, J., Asplund, M., Alves-Brito, A., Cunha, K., Barbuy, B., Bessell, M. S., Chiappini, C., Freeman, K. C., Ramírez, I., Smith, V. V., and Yong, D.2008-06Astronomy & AstrophysicsPHOENIXAU/US
Chemical Properties of Star-Forming Dwarf GalaxiesVaduvescu, O., McCall, M. L., and Richer, M. G.2007-08The Astronomical JournalGMOS-NCA
Chemical Evolution of the Galactic Bulge as Derived from High-Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy of K and M Red GiantsCunha, K. and Smith, V. V.2006-11The Astrophysical JournalPHOENIXUS
Chemical evolution of fluorine in the bulge. High-resolution K-band spectra of giants in three fieldsJönsson, H., Ryde, N., Harper, G. M., Cunha, K., Schultheis, M., Eriksson, K., Kobayashi, C., Smith, V. V., Zoccali, M.2014-1Astronomy & AstrophysicsPHOENIXUS
Chemical complexity in high-mass star formation. An observational and modeling case study of the AFGL 2591 VLA 3 hot coreGieser, C.; Semenov, D.; Beuther, H.; Ahmadi, A.; Mottram, J. C.; Henning, Th.; Beltran, M.; Maud, L. T.; Bosco, F.; Leurini, S.; Peters, T.; Klaassen, P.; Kuiper, R.; Feng, S.; Urquhart, J. S.; Moscadelli, L.; Csengeri, T.; Lumsden, S.; Winters, J. M.; Suri, S. Zhang, Q.; Pudritz, R.; Palau, A.; Menten, K. M.; Galvan-Madrid, R.; Wyrowski, F.; Schilke, P.; Sánchez-Monge, Á.; Linz, H.; Johnston, K. G.; Jiménez-Serra, I.; Longmore, S.; Möller, T.2019-1Astronomy & AstrophysicsNIRISV
Chemical behavior of the dwarf irregular galaxy NGC6822. Its PN and HII region abundancesHernández-Martínez, L., Peña, M., Carigi, L., and García-Rojas, J.2009-10Astronomy & 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.2012-10The 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, Manuela2015-1Publications 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.2009-11The 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.2007-11The Astrophysical JournalPHOENIXDD
Chemical Abundances of Hydrostatic and Explosive Alpha-elements in Sagittarius Stream StarsCarlin, Jeffrey L., Sheffield, Allyson A., Cunha, Katia, Smith, Verne V.2018-1The Astrophysical Journal LettersGRACESUS
Chemical Abundances in the Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxies Grus I and Triangulum II: Neutron-capture Elements as a Defining Feature of the Faintest DwarfsJi, Alexander P., Simon, Joshua D., Frebel, Anna, Venn, Kim A., Hansen, Terese T.2019-1The Astrophysical JournalGRACESUS/DD
Chemical abundances in Seyfert galaxies - V. The discovery of shocked emission outside the AGN ionization axisRiffel, R. A.; Dors, O. L.; Armah, M.; Storchi-Bergmann, T.; Feltre, A.; Hägele, G. F.; Cardaci, M. V.; Ruschel-Dutra, D.; Krabbe, A. C.; Pérez-Montero, E.; Zakamska, N. L.; Freitas, I. C.2021-1Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: LettersGMOS-NUS
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.2008-12The Astrophysical JournalPHOENIXAU

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