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Gemini Planet Imager (GPI): Cleared for Shipment to Gemini South!

In a milestone statement distributed moments ago by the GPI Pre-delivery Acceptance Review Committee, Chair Stephen Goodsell announced that GPI is now clear for shipment from the University of California Santa Cruz to Gemini South in Chile.The Committee’s final report is slated for release on July 26th, but a statement sumarizing the results of the review is available now - GPI Review Committee: Final Day Statement  41 KB

 

Gemini e-Newscast #29 -- March 2, 2011

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2017B Programs and Schedule Announced

The Gemini 2017B observing programs have now been announced. Notification emails to successful PIs were sent today, June 15 2017. Please check the schedules page for more information. Note that the new Observing Tool must be used to access and update 17B programs.

2017B Classical Schedule

Semester 2017B

The table below summarises the classically-scheduled programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and South, as well as programs from the Gemini community awarded Exchange time on Subaru. Jump directly to the schedule for:

2017B OT Released

The 2017B Gemini Observing Tool is now available for download. This update is required to access the Gemini Observing Databases.

The Installation Instructions are linked off of the Observing Tool web page, and we recommend that everyone download their programs from the databases rather than import from saved XMLs.

A Partly-cloudy Exoplanet

GPI images in the K1, K2, LP and MS bands, the emission of host star was blocked. The exoplanet 51 Eri b is indicated by an arrow.

Gemini Observatory Astronomer Meg Schwamb to be Awarded Sagan Medal

Gemini Observatory astronomer Meg Schwamb

Dr. Laura Ferrarese Appointed Interim Director of Gemini Observatory

On July 1, 2017, Dr. Laura Ferrarese begins a one-year term as Interim Director of the Gemini Observatory, which is managed by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA) on behalf of the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the International Gemini participants which include the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile.

Semester 2017B

This page provides instructions for completing Phase II Science Programs for all Gemini North and Gemini South instruments. It includes submission details and notes of any procedural changes. Please read this page carefully!

 


 

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Gemini North with open wind vents and observing slit at sunset.
Gemini South with star-trails of the South Celestial Pole overhead.