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Planet-like Object May Have Spent Its Youth as Hot as a Star

Extreme Volcanism: Image Captures one of the Brightest Volcanoes Ever Seen in the Solar System

DD and PW proposals require latest 2014B PIT

Director's Discretionary (DD) time and Poor Weather (PW) proposals must use the latest 2014B PIT, released today. See the PIT Version Table for more information and download links.

Gemini North Back on the Sky Tonight

The Gemini North telescope will resume scientific operations tonight after an unscheduled shutdown due to the failure of a dome shutter drive unit. The Gemini engineering team was able to repair the unit on their original schedule and minimize down-time to Gemini North operations.

eNewscast

The Gemini eNewscast is a monthly electronic distribution of information for users of Gemini Observatory.

eNewscast Archive

Date Title
2014-11-18 Gemini e-Newscast #65
2014-10-23 Gemini e-Newscast #64
2014-09-26 Gemini e-Newscast #63
2014-08-22 Gemini e-Newscast #62
2014-07-21 Gemini e-Newscast #61
2014-06-19 Gemini e-Newscast #60
2014-05-21 Gemini e-Newscast #59
2014-04-24 Gemini e-Newscast #58
2014-03-21 Gemini e-Newscast #57
2014-02-14 Gemini e-Newscast #56
2014-01-17 Gemini e-Newscast #55

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2014B Observing Tool released

The 2014B Gemini Observing Tool is now available for download. This update is required to access the database. Installation instructions are linked off of the Observing Tool web page, and we recommend that everyone download their programs from scratch from the ODBs rather than import from saved XMLs.

Gemini Reveals a Gravitational Wave Source in Hiding

Galaxy-wide Outflows, Powered by Supermassive Black Holes, Common Among Quasars

Figure 1. Artist’s impression of a galaxy with a large-scale outflow. Credit: ESA/ATG medialab.