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2020B Classical Schedule

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Semester 2020B

The table below summarises the classically-scheduled programs that have been awarded time on Gemini North and South, as well as programs from the Gemini community awarded Exchange time on Subaru. Jump directly to the schedule for:

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

The columns in the table are:
Date: Scheduled observing night(s), local time, for the Gemini telescopes, or number of nights and preliminary dates for Subaru.
Allocated programs: Gemini reference number, Principal Investigator and Partner.
Instrument: name of the instrument(s).
Title: the title of the program.

Classical programs scheduled for Gemini South in 20B.

Schedule : Gemini South 2020B
Date (Local Time) Allocated Program Instrument Title
           TBD GS-2020B-C-1 Ryder, AU GSAOI

Gemini MCAO imaging of the host galaxies of Fast Radio Bursts

           TBD GS-2020B-C-2 Monty, AU GSAOI

Probing the dynamical histories of the furthest resolvable globular clusters

Classical/Queue programs scheduled for Subaru in 20B. See the Subaru Schedule to confirm dates.

Schedule : Subaru 2020B
Award, date(s) Allocated Program Instrument Title

15,16Jan, 2021(second half of nights)


Hudson, CA


g band imaging for science with Euclid and UNIONS

11,12 Aug, 2020 (first half of nights)

Fraser, CA


Orbits of Targets in the Kuiper Belt for NASA's New Horizons Mission Using Subaru HSC

23 Nov, 2020 (first half of night)

30 Nov, 2020 (second half of night)

Melendez, BR


Solving the Sun midlife crisis: stellar evolution with NASA/TESS and Subaru/HDS

4 hours during October, 2020 queue run


Cho, KR


Toward constraining dark matter properties: a wide-field high-resolution weak-lensing study of nearby radio relic clusters

2 hours during November, 2020 queue run

Finner, KR


A Better Bullet Cluster: HSC Weak Lensing of CIZA J0107.7+5408 to Constrain Dark Matter