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Classical Schedule : Semester 2005A (rev 5)

The table below summarises the classically-scheduled programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and South. Jump directly to the schedule for:

Each program has been assigned a Gemini Contact Scientist (CS) who is the point of contact between the Observatory and the Principal Investigator. Instructions for Gemini North visiting observers and Gemini South visiting observers are available.


The columns in the table for Gemini North are:
Date: Scheduled observing night(s).
Allocated programs: Gemini reference number (note that this is different from any internal National TAC reference number) and Principal Investigator for scheduled program. Click on the reference number to see the proposal abstract (if available).
Instrument: name of the instrument(s).
Title: the title of the program.

The assigned support staff (Gemini Contact Scientists and National Office staff) for each Gemini North ODB and Gemini South ODB program are listed in the interactive 'snapshots' of the Observing Database (ODB).

Schedule : Gemini North 2005A
Date Allocated Program(s) Instrument Title(s)
 16-18 Feb GN-2005A-C-10 (Kudritski) Michelle/NIRI Cancelled
 13-15 Mar GN-2005A-C-9 (Hennawi) GMOS North Cosmological Constraints from Ly_alpha Forest Absorption Spectra of Close Quasar Pairs
 12-14 Apr GN-2005A-C-5/6 (Grav/Stadler) GMOS North The Mass of the Kuiper Belt / AO Studies of Hight Redshift Radio Sources Near Bright Natural Guide Stars
 4-6 May GN-2005A-C-11 (Ouchi) GMOS North Spectroscopic Identification for the IRAC-Bright LBGs in the GOODS-N Field
 10-12 May GN-2005A-C-7 (Mulchaey) GMOS North Galaxy Evolution in Moderate-Redshift, X-ray Selected Groups
 18 May Keck / GN-2005A-C-12 (Weinberger) Michelle Mid-IR Investigations of Circumstellar Disk Evolution
 19-20 May Keck / GN-2005A-C-13 (Becklin) Michelle Mid-IR Investigations of Circumstellar Disk Evolution
 29-30 Jun Keck / GN-2005A-C-14 (Graham) Michelle Mid-IR Imaging of Circumstellar Disks among Embedded HAEBEs
 1 Jul GN-2005A-C-4 (Kwok) Michelle Dust in planetary nebulae: where are they?
 7-8 Jul GN-2005A-C-8 (Allen) GMOS North Exploitation of CFHT Legacy Survey Kuiper Belt Objects
 
Time exchange: programs scheduled on Keck
 26-28 Mar GN-2005A-C-1 (Ellison/Petit) HIRES The Evolution of Metal Enrichment in the Intergalactic Medium
 30 Jun GN-2005A-C-2 (Crighton) HIRES Resolving whether the scatter between primordial D/H measurements is real
 12 Jul GN-2005A-C-3 (Daane) HIRES Neutron Capture Abundances and the Origin of Blue Stragglers in M71

 


The columns in the table for Gemini South are:
Date: Scheduled observing night(s).
Allocated programs: Gemini reference number (note that this is different from any internal National TAC reference number) and Principal Investigator for scheduled program. Click on the reference number to see the proposal abstract (if available).
Instrument: name of the instrument(s).
Title: the title of the program.

The assigned support staff (Gemini Contact Scientists and National Office staff) for each Gemini North ODB and Gemini South ODB program are listed in the interactive 'snapshots' of the Observing Database (ODB).

Schedule : Gemini South 2005A
Date Allocated Program(s) Instrument Title(s)
3-5 Feb  GS-2005A-C-5 (Kalirai) GMOS South The Minimum Mass of Core-Collapsed Supernovae
14-16 Feb  GS-2005A-C-12 (Parker) GMOS South Investigation of newly discovered AGB halos surrounding Planetary Nebulae in the Large Magellanic Cloud
25 Feb  GS-2005A-C-15 (Greaves) Phoenix Defining the end of giant planet formation
26-27 Feb  GS-2005A-C-8 (Harper) Phoenix CO Resonance Scattering Maps of 3 Red Giants: Alpha Ori, L2 Pup and R Hya
28 Feb - 1 Mar (1st halves)  GS-2005A-C-7 (Stassun) Phoenix A Spectroscopic and Photometric Study of the First Substellar Pre-Main-Sequence Eclipsing Binary System
28 Feb - 1 Mar (2nd halves)  GS-2005A-C-9 (Smith) Phoenix IR Variability During a Shell Ejection of Eta Carinae
2-3 Mar  GS-2005A-C-7 (Stassun) Phoenix A Spectroscopic and Photometric Study of the First Substellar Pre-Main-Sequence Eclipsing Binary System
13-16 Mar  GS-2005A-C-1 (Clewley) GMOS South Mapping the remote Milky Way Halo
23-25 Mar  GS-2005A-C-13 (Luhman) GNIRS Searching for the Bottom of the IMF: GNIRS Spectroscopy of Candidate Brown Dwarfs
7-9 Apr  GS-2005A-C-4 (Christlein) GMOS South Extent and Kinematics of the Extreme Outer Disks of Spiral Galaxies 
27 Apr  GS-2005A-C-11 (Brittain) Phoenix Measurement of Warm Gas in Transitional Disks around Young Stars
28 Apr - 2 May  GS-2005A-C-10 (White) Phoenix Searching for Young Planets in a New Light
15-19 May  GS-2005A-Q-20 (Van Dokkum) GNIRS A GNIRS survey of massive galaxies at z~2.5: stellar populations, kinematics, and scaling relations in the young Universe
14-17 Jun (2nd halves)  GS-2005A-C-3 (Shkolnik) Phoenix Hot Jupiters, Hot Spots and Hot H3+: A Search of Induced Chromospheric Activity and Planetary Emission
18-19 Jun  GS-2005A-C-6 (Barbuy) Phoenix Chemical abundances in metal-poor globular clusters of the Galactic bulge
26-27 Jun  GS-2005A-C-2 (Geballe) Phoenix The interaction of GC/IRS8 and the ISM of the Galactic Center
28-30 Jun  GS-2005A-C-14 (Oka) Phoenix Observation of H3+ and C2 toward the Galactic Center

 

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