Gemini Observatory invites its international user community to Seoul, Korea, for a celebration of 20 years of forefront access to the entire sky, and a preview of the even more exciting things to come. Hosted by the partnership’s newest member, this special Science Meeting will feature the latest scientific results from Gemini, news on current instrumentation projects, updates on operations developments, fabulous dining, and lively discussion of Gemini’s strategic plans for the coming decade. Come join us in Seoul!
On behalf of the Center for Large Telescopes (CfLAT) within Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute (KASI), we invite you to extend your stay to attend the “K-GMT Science Program Users Meeting 2020” on Friday, June 26, 2020. The K-GMT Science Program empowers competitive scientific projects by Korean astronomers on various large telescopes including Gemini. More information will be available closer to the date; for reference, you may visit the most recent K-GMT Science Program Users Meeting website.