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The GEMMA Podcast

A podcast about Gemini Observatory and its role in the Era of Multi-Messenger Astronomy. Featuring news related to multi-messenger astronomy (MMA), time-domain astronomy (TDA), our visiting instrument program, and more through interviews with astronomers, engineers, and staff both here at Gemini (North and South) and abroad.

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October 2, 2009 Web Feature Exploring M82's Inner Wind and Disk
September 21, 2009 Web Feature Australian Student’s Image Revealed
September 16, 2009 Web Feature FLAMINGOS-2 Achieves First Light Milestone
August 28, 2009 Web Feature Gemini Reaches Out to Easter Island (Rapa Nui)
July 14, 2009 Web Feature Orderly Star Cluster Formation in Chaotic Galaxy Merger
July 10, 2009 Web Feature Adaptive Optics Reveals Strange Dynamics in Ultra-Compact Star-forming Region
July 7, 2009 Web Feature Gemini User Survey 2008
June 24, 2009 Web Feature Dating young star clusters in starburst galaxy M82
June 8, 2009 Web Feature Ultra-deep GNIRS Spectrum Explores Stellar "Birth Control" in Early Universe
May 21, 2009 Web Feature First Gemini/Subaru Science Meeting Sets Future Directions
May 6, 2009 Web Feature The 18 weeks of Winter on Mauna Kea – 2008-2009
April 14, 2009 Web Feature A Cool Dwarf in Aquarius
April 6, 2009 Web Feature No Lithium-6 in Exoplanet Host Stars
March 30, 2009 Web Feature Gemini Users Meeting
March 17, 2009 Web Feature Disappearing Supernovae Stars
February 25, 2009 Web Feature A Freaky Cosmic Dwarf Pair
February 11, 2009 Web Feature Unveiling Galaxy Bulge Formation with Gemini/GMOS
January 22, 2009 Web Feature First Supernova Discovered with Laser Guide Star Adaptive Optics
January 16, 2009 Web Feature New Gemini Science Committee Chair Appointed
January 5, 2009 Web Feature Peering into the Sun’s Future with Gemini North
December 23, 2008 Web Feature KYOTO 2009
December 15, 2008 Web Feature Binary Stars Abound in 30 Doradus Cluster
December 10, 2008 Web Feature Shedding Light on Betelgeuse and VY Canis Majoris as Future Supernovae
December 3, 2008 Web Feature Most Distant Symbiotic Star Pair Discovered
October 28, 2008 Web Feature A Highly-split Kuiper Belt Pair

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