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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 501-520 of 2760 results.
TitleAuthorYearJournalInstrumentParticipant
The Nearby, Young, Isolated, Dusty Star HD 166191Schneider, Adam, Song, Inseok, Melis, Carl, Zuckerman, B., Bessell, Mike, Hufford, Tara, Hinkley, Sasha2013The Astrophysical JournalTRECSDD
Activity and Kinematics of Ultracool Dwarfs, Including an Amazing Flare ObservationSchmidt, S. J., Cruz, K. L., Bongiorno, B. J., Liebert, J., and Reid, I. N.2007The Astronomical JournalGMOS-NUS
Likely Members of the β Pictoris and AB Doradus Moving Groups in the NorthSchlieder, J. E., Lépine, S., and Simon, M.2012The Astronomical JournalPHOENIXUS
An Ultra Metal-poor Star Near the Hydrogen-burning LimitSchlaufman, Kevin C., Thompson, Ian B., Casey, Andrew R.2018The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SUS
The Best and Brightest Metal-poor StarsSchlaufman, Kevin C., Casey, Andrew R.2014The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SUS/AU
About AGN ionization echoes, thermal echoes and ionization deficits in low-redshift Lyα blobsSchirmer, Mischa, Malhotra, Sangeeta, Levenson, Nancy A., Fu, Hai, Davies, Rebecca L., Keel, William C., Torrey, Paul, Bennert, Vardha N., Pancoast, Anna, Turner, James E. H.2016Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-N/GMOS-SAU/GS/US/DD/FT
Multi-conjugated adaptive optics imaging of distant galaxies – a comparison of Gemini/GSAOI and VLT/HAWK-I dataSchirmer, Mischa, Garrel, Vincent, Sivo, Gaetano, Marin, Eduardo, Carrasco, Eleazar R.2017Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGSAOI+GeMSDD
A Sample of Seyfert-2 Galaxies with Ultraluminous Galaxy-wide Narrow-line Regions: Quasar Light Echoes?Schirmer, M., Diaz, R., Holhjem, K., Levenson, N. A., and Winge, C.2013The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SGS
Gemini Frontier Fields: Wide-field Adaptive Optics Ks-band Imaging of the Galaxy Clusters MACS J0416.1-2403 and Abell 2744Schirmer, M., Carrasco, E. R., Pessev, P., Garrel, V., Winge, C., Neichel, B., Vidal, F.2015The Astrophysical Journal Supplement SeriesGSAOI+GeMSDD
THELI: Convenient Reduction of Optical, Near-infrared, and Mid-infrared Imaging DataSchirmer, M.2013The Astrophysical Journal SupplementTRECSGS
Evolution of the accretion disc around the supermassive black hole of NGC 7213Schimoia, Jaderson S., Storchi-Bergmann, Thaisa, Winge, Cláudia, Nemmen, Rodrigo S., Eracleous, Michael2017Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyGMOS-SBR/CL
Short-timescale Monitoring of the X-Ray, UV, and Broad Double-peak Emission Line of the Nucleus of NGC 1097Schimoia, Jaderson S., Storchi-Bergmann, Thaisa, Grupe, Dirk, Eracleous, Michael, Peterson, Bradley M., Baldwin, Jack A., Nemmen, Rodrigo S., Winge, Cláudia2015The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SBR
Short Timescale Variations of the Hα Double-peaked Profile of the Nucleus of NGC 1097Schimoia, J. S., Storchi-Bergmann, T., Nemmen, R. S., Winge, C., and Eracleous, M.2012The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-SBR
Forming One of the Most Massive Objects in the Universe: The Quadruple Merger in Abell 1758Schellenberger, G., David, L., O’Sullivan, E., Vrtilek, J. M., Haines, C. P.2019The Astrophysical JournalGMOS-NBR
Supernova Shock Breakout from a Red SupergiantSchawinski, K., Justham, S., Wolf, C., Podsiadlowski, P., Sullivan, M., Steenbrugge, K. C., Bell, T., Röser, H.-J., Walker, E. S., Astier, P., Balam, D., Balland, C., Carlberg, R., Conley, A., Fouchez, D., Guy, J., Hardin, D., Hook, I., Howell, D. A., Pain, R., Perrett, K., Pritchet, C., Regnault, N., and Yi, S. K.2008ScienceGMOS-NUK
Kinematics and excitation of the molecular hydrogen accretion disc in NGC 1275Scharwächter, J., McGregor, P. J., Dopita, M. A., and Beck, T. L.2013Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyNIFS+ALTAIROther
The overmassive black hole in NGC 1277: new constraints from molecular gas kinematicsScharwächter, J., Combes, F., Salomé, P., Sun, M., Krips, M.2016Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical SocietyNIFS+ALTAIRUS
Storms in the tropics of TitanSchaller, E. L., Roe, H. G., Schneider, T., and Brown, M. E.2009NatureNIRI+ALTAIRUS
Dissipation of Titan's south polar cloudsSchaller, E. L., Brown, M. E., Roe, H. G., Bouchez, A. H., and Trujillo, C. A.2006IcarusNIRI+ALTAIRUS
A new bright eclipsing hot subdwarf binary from the ASAS and SuperWASP surveysSchaffenroth, V., Geier, S., Drechsel, H., Heber, U., Wils, P., Østensen, R. H., Maxted, P. F. L., and di Scala, G.2013Astronomy & AstrophysicsGMOS-SUK

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