Call for Gemini GSAOI Proposals – Semester 2020B

Gemini South telescope
View of the Gemini South telescope through the open thermal vents as the sun sets. Image credit: Gemini Observatory/AURA.

In Semester 2020B, the Australian astronomical community will have access to 3.5 nights of observing time with the Gemini South Adaptive Optics Imager (GSAOI).

Proposals for GSAOI observations on the Gemini South telescope in Semester 2020B (1 August 2020 – 31 January 2021) are due by 5:00pm AEST, Monday 6 April 2020.

Gemini proposals must be submitted using the 2020B release of the Phase I Tool (PIT) that can be downloaded from this link. Please use this webpage for a step-by-step guide and tutorials for submission of proposals using the Phase I Tool.

For information about GSAOI and full details on instrument status, please see this link, as well as the official Gemini Observatory Call for Proposals

For more information contact the ATAC Secretariat.

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