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The Gemini North observing database will be offline Tuesday July 28 from 10-11am HST while we perform infrastructure maintenance.
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Figure 1. NIR Spectral type histogram of all known low-gravity dwarfs and those presented in this work. Green bars delimited by dashed lines represent the known population prior to BASS, purple bars delimited by dash-dotted lines represent known dwarfs for which low-gravity features were identified here for the first time, and orange bars delimited by solid lines represent new discoveries from BASS.
As part of Gemini’s comprehensive energy savings initiative, Gemini North Telescope Facility (GN) seeks to install a 94.8 kW, net-energy metered photo-voltaic power system on the GN support building located at the Hilo Base Facility in Hilo, Hawaii. The proposed PV system consists 378 modules having a DC capacity of 260 W per module (98.28 kW DC total) and 4 decentralized inverters having a rated AC capacity of 24 kW AC per inverter (94.8 kW AC total). The system shall be configured in a 480 volt 3-phase arrangement.
In preparation for the start of 2015B, all new Fast Turnaround (FT), Director's Discretionary (DD) time, and Poor Weather (PW) proposals must use the 2015B Phase I Tool (PIT). See the PIT Version Table for more information and download links.
The Gemini South observing database is back online after the shutdown due to the July 12 snowstorm.
The Phase 2 deadline for 2015B Gemini South programs is now the end of the workday on Tuesday, July 21.
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THE FOLLOWING ITEM WAS ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL OPTICAL ASTRONOMY OBSERVATORY IN TUCSON, ARIZONA.
Imagen en el infra-rojo cercano del cúmulo globular Liller1 obtenida con el sistema de óptica adaptiva GeMS en el telescopio de Gemini Sur, en Chile.
Figure 1. Image of HD 115600 showing a bright debris ring viewed nearly edge-on and located just beyond a Pluto-like distance to the star. One or more unseen solar system-like planets are causing the disk center (diamond) to be offset from the star's position (cross).