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Cluster’s Advanced Age in Razor-sharp Focus

Imágenes sin precedentes ayudan a explicar los misterios de nuestra galaxia

GPIES Campaign

Gemini Planet Imager Extra Solar Survey 

The GPIES Campaign is the winning proposal in the CfP for Campaign observations with GPI. It was awarded 890h over six semesters starting in 2014B

GPIES Campaign Executive summary

Program Time usage of the GPIES Campaign

GPIES Observations in GEA

April 2017 Call for Proposals

Gemini North and South are accepting proposals for the Fast Turnaround (FT) program. Here, we give information specific to this proposal cycle. Please see the other FT pages - particularly the rules - for general information about the program. FT-specific proposal templates must now be used for all FT proposals; see the "PIT information" section below. The revised 2017A PIT  must be used

Historical Documents

This sections contains older information that isn't kept upto date. 

GPI Phase II Checks


The purpose of these page is to give quick guidelines to both Contact Scientists, NGO's and PI's to make sure that the defined observations in the OT are correctly defined. 


The Phase II check point of view GPI consists of 4 components as these are driving the Phase II checking.



The current primary references to be cited by users of GMOS on Gemini are:

Announcing the Instrument Upgrade Request for Proposal

Gemini is committed to providing our community a continually enhanced instrumentation suite. Gemini’s development program will provide funding to upgrade existing operational instrumentation to create new instrument capabilities at the Gemini North and/or Gemini South telescopes. The Observatory is seeking community-created, science-driven instrumentation upgrade proposals, and will consider any area that fits the set of IUP requirements provide in the RFP.

Instrument Upgrades: 2016 RfP Frequently Asked Questions

Q1:  How will I get updates about the Request for Proposals?

A1:  Gemini will post any updates at the top of the RfP webpage.  If you are interested in receiving updates and news about the RfP, please provide your contact information including email address to Karen Godzyk (

Mysterious “Blobs” Can be Closer Than We Thought

Gemini/GMOS images of the LAB host galaxies, taken in gri filters. The images reveal a broad variety of gaseous outflows driven by the AGN. The green color is caused by [OIII] narrow-line emission in the gas.
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