The Gemini Near Infrared Spectrograph is a $4.2 million long-slit spectrometer that will be mounted on the Gemini South 8-meter Telescope on Cerro Pachon, Chile, that will operate from 1 to 5 um and will offer two plate scales and a range of dispersions. It is being designed and built by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) at facilities located in Tucson, Arizona. 


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GNIRS has found its home!


December 12, 2003

More Photos from Pachon

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GNIRS gets installed onto Gemini 8M telescope!


December 9, 2003


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