Gemini Observatory and its partners will have many attend the 237th meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS), hosted virtually anywhere, 11 – 15 January 2021.
For all of NOIRLab's activities, please visit www.noirlab.edu/science/aas237.
Visit Gemini Observatory at the NOIRLab Virtual Booth!
(Find us also on Slack)
Come to our open hours and ask us about:
- Get the freshest news about the Gemini Observatory
- Get personal support for a proposal, an active program and/or Gemini data reduction
- DRAGON's demos!
- Play the Gemini Card Game online!
- Look at our job opportunities
- YOUR talk and poster
- And more...
NOIRLab Town Hall
Thursday 14 January, 2021: 1:40-2:40 PM ET (Add this Town Hall to your itinerary)
Updates about the Gemini Observatory will be presented as part of the larger NOIRLab Town Hall. We will present update of Gemini operations in the COVID era and share the latest news about our current and future instrumentation. It will include details on the progress of the state-of-the-art AO system for GNOA, and the new high-throughput, high-spectral resolution spectrographs GHOST and MAROON-X.
Gemini Program Platform Overview: The Next Generation Gemini Operations Software (Webinar)
Monday January 11, 2021: 4:00 pm-4:30 pm ET (Add this webinar to your itinerary)
The Gemini Program Platform (GPP) is a major software development initiative to rewrite and reimagine the operations software of the International Gemini Observatory. This will replace the current Phase I Tool (PIT) and Observing Tool (OT) with a web application designed to make proposal submission and observation preparation easier. It will also improve the underlying software infrastructure in order to facilitate the development of new features and to support Gemini, and potentially NOIRLab, operations for the next few decades. This webinar will give an overview and status update of the project, demo an early test version, and allow time for questions and feedback.
Splinter Session Extragalactic Astronomy with Gemini Large and Long Programs (LPs)
Wednesday 13 January, 2021: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET (Add this splinter to your itinerary)
The US NGO, in collaboration with Gemini, plans a Science Splinter Session at the 237thAAS Meeting, with the title: Extragalactic astronomy with Gemini large and long programs (LPs). The Session is open to all interested Gemini users, and includes talks from PIs of mature and productive LP programs in the area, plus additional talks focusing on instruments and data platforms that are important for future Gemini LPs.
Everyday (except Thursday): 4:40 pm-5:10 pm ET
Join Kathleen Labrie for a demo of the new and growing Gemini pipeline DRAGONS! Full description available in a Google Doc.
The Gemini Card Game online!
Everyday (except Thursday): 5:20 pm-5:50 pm ET
The Gemini Card Game is going virtual! We will hold demonstration and play sessions regularly during the AAS meeting. Come take a break with us, and experience the complex decisions required to run a world class observatory and the excitement of contributing to a team as you provide researchers with their precious data and contribute to expanding the knowledge of the Universe. The program is:
- 5 min intro: Decription of the game board and card types
- 10 min: Rules and game play
- 15 min: Walkthrough of the first 2-3 rounds (with volunteers)
For more informations on the game, visit www.gemini.edu/GCG.
On request! Reserve your time.
Once again this year, Gemini will be offering personalized help to the AAS meeting participants. If you have Gemini data, an active observing program, or even a vague idea of a project, you can book an appointment in advance by email to SUS_inquiries@gemini.edu. List of Talks and Posters
Your contribution presents Gemini related work and it is not listed here? Please send details to email@example.com.
Go to Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Monday, 11 Jan
|128.05||A. Thomas||Evidence of a New Triple System in the Beta Pictoris Moving Group|
|136.06||A. Daly||The long-period orbit of the dust-producing Wolf-Rayet binary WR 125|
|138.10||G. Walsh||A Targeted, Multi-Wavelength Search for Supermassive Black Hole Binaries in Spheroidal, Post-Merger Galaxies.|
|141.01||S. T. Douglas||The impact of companions on stellar rotational evolution|
|148.02||R. Batalha||Unveiling the Chemical Enrichment of RXJ1007+3800 Fossil Groups|
|135.05||A. Goel||CGM2-Probing the Circumgalactic Medium of Low-redshift Galaxies Using QSO Spectroscopy|
|119.03||12:20 - 12:30 PM||C. E. Martinez-Vazquez||Getting MADS: The age of the SMC cluster NGC 419 measured with Delta Scuti stars|
|156.04||12:30 - 12:40 PM||K. Lackey||On the Structure and Star Formation within Polar Ring Galaxies|
Tuesday, 12 Jan
Interactive Exhibit Hall
|URL||1:00 - 1:30 PM||Big Astronomy and ACEAP Programs|
|238.01||4:10 - 4:20 PM||F. Wang||A Luminous Quasar at a Redshift of z=7.64|
|233.05||5:10 - 5:20 PM||B. O'Connor||Constraints on kilonova emission in two short GRBs at z~0.5|
|239.08||5:20 - 5:30 PM||J. A. Sanchez||Measuring Radial Velocities with MAROON-X|
Wednesday, 8 Jan
|325.01||J. Hom||A Uniform Analysis of Debris Disks with the Gemini Planet Imager|
|331.02||S. Vaddi||High sensitivity EVN+Arecibo observations of dual AGN|
|333.05||T. J. Henry||Solar System Realms: Stars Taking Up Space Where Planets Could Be|
|338.04||C. Pavao1||The First Magnetar in a Binary System?|
|339.08||A. Sanghi||Measuring the Substellar IMF using a 25 pc Volume-Limited Sample of L0 - T8 Brown Dwarfs|
|339.14||R. J. Siverd||A Novel Error-Correcting Pipeline for Infrared Parallax Measurements with Spitzer Data|
|341.12||C. Golledge||Spectral properties of Transition Galaxies from the GOGREEN Survey of Distant Clusters|
|342.13||J. Antwi-Danso||Beyond UVJ: Color Selection of Galaxies at z > 3|
|344.01||K. Lester1||Stellar Companions of TESS Exoplanet Host Stars|
|313.01||12:00 - 12:10 PM||M. Wilde||CGM2 I: The Extent of the Circumgalactic Medium Traced by Neutral Hydrogen|
|314.05||12:50 - 1:00 PM||M. J. Kuchner||Four Years of Backyard Worlds: Planet 9|
Thursday, 14 Jan
|URL||1:40 - 2:40 PM||NOIRLab Townhall|
|URL||4:10 - 5:40 PM||The US Extremely Large Telescope Program|
|417.02||12:10 - 12:20 PM||T. Currie||New Direct Imaging Discoveries from the Subaru Coronagraphic Extreme|
|418.01||12:00 - 12:10 PM||E. L. Mitra||Dynamical Masses using Hipparcos-Gaia Astrometry|
|418.03||12:30 - 12:40 PM||K. Miskovetz||Resolving the Multiplicity of Exoplanet Host Stars in Gemini/NIRI Data|
|437.01||4:10 - 4:20 PM||J. Kirk||An ACCESS and LRG-BEASTS optical transmission spectrum of the ultra-hot Jupiter WASP-103b|
|437.05||5:00 - 5:10 PM||J. Zalesky||Atmospheric Characterization of HD209458b and HD189733b with High Resolution Cross Correlation Spectroscopy|
Friday, 15 Jan
|522.03||T. D. Kennedy||Nebular Phase Spectra of Type Ia Supernovae from the Las Cumbres Observatory Global Supernova Project|
|539.07||S. Bhattacharya||Accretion-Wind interaction in the IC 10 X-1 Black-Hole+Wolf-Rayet HMXB|
|539.10||A. Gottlieb||Three New Red Giant/Supergiant X-ray Binaries in the Galactic Center|
|546.07||A. J. Aleman||Comparison of Low vs. Medium Resolution Spectroscopy for Estimating Exoplanet Properties with the Gemini Planet Imager Upgrade|
|509.01||12:00 - 12:10 PM||J. Rho||Near-Infrared and Optical Observations of Type Ic SN2020oi and broad-lined Ic SN2020bvc: Carbon Monoxide, Dust and High-Velocity Supernova Ejecta|
|514.02||12:10 - 12:20 PM||J. K. Chu||TMT and the Mauna Kea Observatories in the COVID-19 Era|
|514.03||12:20 - 12:30 PM||L. E. Chu||The Thirty Meter Telescope's Cultural Initiatives|
Your contribution presents Gemini related work and it is not listed here? Please send details to firstname.lastname@example.org..