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Schlegel, David Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 2014B-0404 CTIO 4m 51.5

The DECam Legacy Survey of the SDSS Equatorial Sky

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Burgasser, Adam University of California, San Diego 2017A-0141 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.895

Mass Measurements Across the Hydrogen Burning Limit: Astrometric Orbits for Spectral Binaries (Northern Sample)


Dawson, William Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 2018A-0273 CTIO 4m 10

PALS: Paralensing Survey of Intermediate Mass Black Holes


Finkbeiner, Douglas Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2018B-0271 CTIO 4m 8

Mapping Dust in 3D with DECam: A Galactic Plane Survey


Foley, Ryan University of California, Santa Cruz 2018B-0317 CTIO SOAR 2

Young Supernova Experiment


Howell, Steve NASA Ames Research Center 2017A-0006 KPNO WIYNQ 4

K2 Exoplanet Candidates: Small Planet Validation and Host Star Binarity


Koekemoer, Anton Space Telescope Science Institute 2018A-0231 CTIO 4m 3

Superluminous Supernovae in the Epoch of Reionization


Malhotra, Sangeeta NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2018B-0327 CTIO 4m 4

Lyman Alpha Galaxies in the Epoch of Reionization


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2017B-0111 CTIO SOAR 5

The Mission Accessible Near-Earth Object Survey (MANOS)


Pablo, Herbert American Association of Variable Star Observers 2018B-0137 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 0.9

CPD -29 2176: Determining an orbital solution for the first Binary Magnetar


Rest, Armin Space Telescope Science Institute 2018B-0122 CTIO 4m 2.5

Photometric Time Series of Carinae's Great Eruption


Tokovinin, Andrei National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2018A-0004 CTIO SOAR 2

Dynamics of resolved triple systems and ``fast'' binaries


Treu, Tommaso University of California, Los Angeles 2017A-0190 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.8

A reverberation mapping black hole mass measurement at z=2.82

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Approved Regular Programs



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Agliozzo, Claudia European Southern Observatory 2018B-0146 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.33

GMOS-S IFU observations of presumably helical nebulae around two Magellanic LBVs


Allers, Katelyn Bucknell University 2018B-0157 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.37

Rotation Rates of Planetary-Mass Objects


Andersen, Morten Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0183 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.83

Probing Star Formation in a Low-Metallicity Environment


Andersen, Morten Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0192 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.82

Revealing the innards of a superstar cluster in the making


Banados, Eduardo Carnegie Institution of Washington 2018B-0083 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.94

The black hole mass of one of the youngest (<10,000 years) quasars known at z=6


Barkhouse, Wayne University of North Dakota 2018B-0314 KPNO 0.9m 7

U-band Measurement of Star Formation in Cluster Galaxies


Battisti, Andrew Australian National University 2018B-0140 KPNO WIYN 4

Sweeping Away the Dust: Understanding Attenuation up to the Peak of Cosmic Star Formation


Bechtol, Keith Large Synoptic Survey Telescope 2018B-0312 CTIO 4m 1

Revealing the Sources of High-Energy Astrophysical Neutrinos


Beck, Tracy Space Telescope Science Institute 2018B-0177 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3.54

Investigating the Nature of Very Young Brown Dwarfs


Bezanson, Rachel University of Pittsburgh 2018B-0246 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.49

The Morphological Transformation as Revealed by Age Gradients and Rotational Support in Post-starburst Galaxies at z~0.6


Bezanson, Rachel University of Pittsburgh 2018B-0246 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.13

The Morphological Transformation as Revealed by Age Gradients and Rotational Support in Post-starburst Galaxies at z~0.6


Bostroem, K. Azalee University of California, Davis 2018B-0191 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.06

Progenitors of SNe type II from nebular spectra


Bostroem, K. Azalee University of California, Davis 2018B-0191 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.48

Progenitors of SNe type II from nebular spectra


Bouy, Herve University of Bordeaux 2018B-0340 CTIO 4m 2

Complementing Gaia from the ground: the COSMIC-DANCE survey


Bowen, David Princeton University 2018B-0068 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.15

The Baryon Reservoirs in Ultra Diffuse Galaxies


Cartier, Regis Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2018B-0245 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.6

Observations of the Type Ia-CSM SN 2016iks beyond 600 d: witnessing the fade of the circumstellar interaction


Cenko, Stephen NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2018B-0161 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.3

Multi-Wavelength Spectroscopy of Tidal Disruption Flares: A Legacy Sample for the LSST Era


Chene, Andre-Nicolas Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0085 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.98

Microlensing black holes and their masses from Gaia


Chornock, Ryan Ohio University 2018B-0251 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.498

Determining the nucleosynthetic outputs of neutron star mergers with Gemini


Chornock, Ryan Ohio University 2018B-0251 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.499

Determining the nucleosynthetic outputs of neutron star mergers with Gemini


Ciardi, David California Institute of Technology 2018B-0081 KPNO WIYNQ 3

Determining the True Kepler Occurrence Rates: Correcting for Stellar Multiplicity


Clark, Catherine Lowell Observatory 2018B-0126 KPNO WIYNQ 4

NESSI Survey of Potential Low-Mass Exoplanet Hosts


Colon, Knicole NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2018B-0214 KPNO WIYN 8

Characterizing K2 and TESS Exoplanets with Near-Infrared Transit Photometry


Crenshaw, D Michael Georgia State University 2018B-0163 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3.42

Resolving the Mechanisms of Feeding and Feedback in Nearby AGN


Diaz, Gonzalo Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0292 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.181

Near-IR Spectroscopy of Obscured AGNs Selected by Machine Learning Algorithms.


Diaz, Gonzalo Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0292 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.81

Near-IR Spectroscopy of Obscured AGNs Selected by Machine Learning Algorithms.


Dupuy, Trent Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0267 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.13

Improved Calibration of M Dwarf Fundamental Parameters with Alopeke


Durbala, Adriana University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point 2018B-0921 KPNO 0.9m 5

Observations of Groups and Poor Galaxy Clusters


Esplin, Taran University of Arizona 2018B-0053 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.1

Searching for Planetary-mass Brown Dwarfs in Taurus


Evans, Wyn University of Cambridge 2018B-0079 CTIO SOAR 3

Hypervelocity Stars from the Large Magellanic Cloud


Fesen, Robert Dartmouth College 2018B-0265 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.65

Investigating Iron-Rich Ejecta in Cassiopeia A's NE Jet


Fong, Wen-fai Northwestern University 2018B-0180 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.251

Probing the Properties of Neutron Star Mergers: Rapid Observations of Short Gamma-ray Bursts


Fong, Wen-fai Northwestern University 2018B-0180 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.2484

Probing the Properties of Neutron Star Mergers: Rapid Observations of Short Gamma-ray Bursts


Gagne, Jonathan Carnegie Institution of Washington 2018B-0056 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.39

The BASS-Ultracool Search for Isolated Giant Exoplanet Analogs


Galbany, Lluis University of Pittsburgh 2018B-0060 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.99

Spectroscopic confirmation of HSC high-redshift superluminous supernovae


Geha, Marla Yale University 2018B-0185 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.2

An APOGEE Search for Stellar Mass Black Holes


Gosnell, Natalie Colorado College 2018B-0133 KPNO WIYN 4

Clusters with K2: systematics from membership and binarity


Graham, Melissa L. University of Washington 2018B-0243 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.32

A Deeper Physical Understanding of Thermonuclear Supernovae with Nebular-Phase Spectra


Graham, Melissa L. University of Washington 2018B-0243 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.78

A Deeper Physical Understanding of Thermonuclear Supernovae with Nebular-Phase Spectra


Graur, Or Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2018B-0162 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.78

Late-time near-infrared imaging of nearby Type Ia supernovae


Green, Paul Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2018B-0239 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.044

Changing-Look Quasars: Radical Changes in Accretion Rate?


Hardegree-Ullman, Kevin University of Toledo 2018B-0212 KPNO WIYN 8

Characterizing Low Mass Stars in the TESS Northern Continuous Viewing Zone


Healy, Julia University of Groningen 2018B-0143 KPNO WIYN 5.5

Environment-driven Galaxy Evolution in the Perseus-Pisces Supercluster


Hermes, J University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2018B-0138 CTIO SOAR 4

Measuring the endpoints of stellar rotation


Howell, Steve NASA Ames Research Center 2018B-0092 GEM-N GEM-NQ 4

K2 Exoplanet Candidates: Characterization of Small, Rocky Planets & Their Host Star Environments


Howell, Steve NASA Ames Research Center 2018B-0092 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 4

K2 Exoplanet Candidates: Characterization of Small, Rocky Planets & Their Host Star Environments


Hui, Man-To University of California, Los Angeles 2018B-0223 KPNO 0.9m 5

Astrometry of Long-Period Comets


Jha, Saurabh Rutgers University 2018B-0182 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.48

Spectroscopy of Type Iax Supernovae


Jha, Saurabh Rutgers University 2018B-0182 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.25

Spectroscopy of Type Iax Supernovae


Ji, Alexander Carnegie Institution of Washington 2018B-0197 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 1.2

The origin of peculiar Mg/K stars throughout the Milky Way


Johnson, Marshall Ohio State University 2018B-0170 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 1

Doppler Tomographic Observations of the Longest Period A Star Transiting Planet


Kelley, Michael University of Maryland 2018B-0248 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.45

Distant activity and surface evolution of comet Hale-Bopp


Kelly, Patrick University of Minnesota 2018B-0147 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.44

Measuring the Light Curve of an Extremely Magnified Individual Star at Redshift z=1.49


Kilic, Mukremin University of Oklahoma, Norman 2018B-0052 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 1.45

Double Degenerates in the Solar Neighborhood


Kilic, Mukremin University of Oklahoma, Norman 2018B-0052 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.336

Double Degenerates in the Solar Neighborhood


Kilpatrick, Charles University of California, Santa Cruz 2018B-0250 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.3

Identifying the Progenitors of Astrophysical Transients


Kim, Hwihyun Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0295 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.95

Gemini Spectroscopic Survey of LEGUS Candidate LBVs in NGC 4395 and NGC 1313


Kim, Hwihyun Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0295 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.91

Gemini Spectroscopic Survey of LEGUS Candidate LBVs in NGC 4395 and NGC 1313


Kobulnicky, Henry University of Wyoming 2018B-0261 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 1.1

High-Resolution GRACES tomographic mapping of a Luminous Red Nova progenitor


Kong, Albert National Tsing Hua University 2018B-0145 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.22

Unveiling the binary nature of the pular PSR B0919+06


Krafton, Kelsie Louisiana State University 2018B-0098 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.13

Dust masses from line asymmetries in late-time spectra of X-ray emitting supernovae


Kumar, Sahana Florida State University 2018B-0247 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.18

Understanding the origins of Type Ia Supernovae through nebular phase near-infrared spectroscopy


Labadie-Bartz, Jonathan University of Delaware 2018B-0302 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 0.25

Weighing and classifying the exotic massive Beta Cephei pulsator + hot evolved companion eclipsing binary


LaMassa, Stephanie Space Telescope Science Institute 2018B-0072 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.35

The Hunt for Red Quasars: Unveiling Luminous Obscured Black Hole Growth


Laycock, Silas University of Massachusetts, Lowell 2018B-0234 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.32

Blue Supergiant X-ray Binaries in our Nearest Starburst Galaxy


Lee, Gwang-Ho University of Arizona 2018B-0325 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.3

Understanding Red Sequence Evolution by Mapping the Stellar Population of Post-Starburst Galaxies


Lee, Jae-Woo Sejong University 2018B-0917 KPNO 0.9m 8

Sejong Ca-CN Survey


Lin, Huan Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory 2018B-0198 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.28

A Galaxy Redshift Survey of the Line-of-Sight Environments of Two Lensed Quasar Quads


Lowenthal, James Smith College 2018B-0339 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.84

Gravitational Lens Models for the Brightest Planck SMGs at 1<z<4


Lundquist, Michael Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0316 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.16

Probing the Binary Fraction of the Cygnus OB2 Association


Mann, Andrew Columbia University 2018B-0105 KPNO WIYN 5

Studying Young Planets with TESS


Markwardt, Larissa University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2018B-0293 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.75

Constraining the Surface Composition of the Most Extreme TNO: the First Near-IR Reflectance Spectrum of 2015 BP519


Martinez, Clara Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2018B-0310 CTIO SOAR 4

Exploring the early evolution of the distant Milky Way satellite Eridanus II using RR Lyrae stars


Martini, Paul Ohio State University 2018B-0108 CTIO 4m 1.5

DECam Calibration of the OzDES Reverberation Mapping Program


Masiero, Joseph Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2018B-0067 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.8

Time-critical followup of deep-south newly discovered NEOWISE near-Earth objects


Massey, Philip Lowell Observatory 2018B-0062 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.55

The Nature of a New Type of Wolf-Rayet Star


Matson, Rachel NASA Ames Research Center 2018B-0286 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 4

Characterization of TESS Targets near the Southern Ecliptic Pole


Matson, Rachel NASA Ames Research Center 2018B-0333 KPNO WIYNQ 0.5

Close Binary Companions in Exoplanet Host Stars


Merritt, Rachael Georgia State University 2018B-0209 KPNO WIYN 2

The Host Galaxies of Reverberation-Mapped AGNs in the Near-Infrared


Miles-Paez, Paulo University of Western Ontario 2018B-0120 CTIO 0.9m 7

Identifying the ultra-cool dwarfs with equator-on view to search for rocky planets.


Miller, Adam Northwestern University 2018B-0235 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.66

Rapid-resonse Spectroscopy of Young Explosions


Miller, Adam Northwestern University 2018B-0235 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.22

Rapid-resonse Spectroscopy of Young Explosions


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2018B-0073 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2

The Mission Accessible Near-Earth Object Survey (MANOS)


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2018B-0073 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2

The Mission Accessible Near-Earth Object Survey (MANOS)


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2018B-0121 CTIO SOAR 2

Rotational Characterization of DESTINY+ Mission Target Asteroid 2005 UD


Nielsen, Eric Stanford University 2018B-0309 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.6

Orbits of Moving Group Binaries: Constraining the Ages of Planet-Hosting Moving Groups using GPI NRM Astrometric Monitoring


Nitta, Atsuko Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0307 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.65

White dwarf stars as tracers of stellar, galactic, and planetary evolution


Nusdeo, Daniel Georgia State University 2018B-0203 KPNO WIYNQ 3

K-KIDS: The NESSI Imaging Survey for Companions to More Than 1000 K Dwarfs at Solar System Scales


Otsuka, Masaaki Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics 2018B-0299 KPNO WIYN 2.5

SparsePak IFU Optical Follow-up of the Herschel Far-IR IFU Planetary Nebulae Sample (II)


Probst, Ron National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2018B-0924 KPNO 0.9m 10

Accretion Variability Studies


Ramos Almeida, Cristina Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias 2018B-0166 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.85

A systematic multiphase characterization of AGN feedback in the near-infrared


Richardson, Noel University of Toledo 2018B-0117 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1

The connection of wind structures to observed X-ray variability in massive stars


Richmond, Michael Rochester Institute of Technology 2018B-0922 KPNO 0.9m 6

Photometry of Cataclysmic Variable Stars


Rivera Sandoval, Liliana Texas Technical University 2018B-0064 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.83

First Spectroscopic Study of Be stars towards the Galactic Bulge


Robinson, Andrew Rochester Institute of Technology 2018B-0272 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.93

The Gas kinematics and Optical Classification of OH Megamaser Galaxies


Sand, David University of Arizona 2018B-0102 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.12

Constraining Type Ia Supernova Physics with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy


Sand, David University of Arizona 2018B-0102 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.6

Constraining Type Ia Supernova Physics with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy


Schaefer, Gail Georgia State University 2018B-0321 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.22

Variability and Orbital Motion in the T Tauri Triple System


Scharwaechter, Julia Gemini Observatory North 2018B-0066 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.51

Probing the effect of AGN feedback on multiple gas phases in the Close AGN Reference Survey (CARS)


Schindler, Jan-Torge University of Arizona 2018B-0172 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.49

Weighing the most massive accreting black holes at Cosmic Noon


Schlaufman, Kevin Johns Hopkins University 2018B-0164 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.75

An All-Sky Search for the Brightest Metal-poor Stars


Schlaufman, Kevin Johns Hopkins University 2018B-0164 GEM-S GEM-SQ 5.2

An All-Sky Search for the Brightest Metal-poor Stars


Sheppard, Scott Carnegie Institution of Washington 2018B-0282 CTIO 4m 3

Extreme Trans-Neptunian Objects: Towards a Massive Planet in the Outer Solar System


Shporer, Avi Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2018B-0142 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1.5

Radial Velocity confirmation of bright warm Jupiter candidates


Smith, J Allyn Austin Peay State University 2018B-0095 CTIO 0.9m 7

Targeted Samples of the Hot Stellar Content in the Southern Sky


Smith, J Allyn Austin Peay State University 2018B-0095 CTIO SOAR 8

Targeted Samples of the Hot Stellar Content in the Southern Sky


Smith, Verne National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2018B-0331 KPNO WIYN 5

Accurate Stellar Characterization for Kepler Extended Mission (K2) Exoplanet Host Stars


Smith, J Allyn Austin Peay State University 2018B-0919 KPNO 0.9m 9

APSU Mixed Studies


Sonnett, Sarah Planetary Science Institute 2018B-0116 KPNO 0.9m 12

Investigating Solar System History through Binary Trojan and Hilda Asteroids


Stanghellini, Letizia National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2018B-0055 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.77

Time evolution of metallicity gradients: oxygen abundance measurements for young and old metallicity probes in NGC 628


Stefansson, Gudmundur Pennsylvania State University 2018B-0925 KPNO 0.9m 3

Diffuser-assisted follow-up of K2-25b


Stroe, Andra European Southern Observatory 2018B-0151 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1

Cosmic tsunamis: the effect of shocks on star forming cluster galaxies


Tanner, Angelle Mississippi State University 2018B-0225 KPNO WIYN 2

Infrared, high-cadence photometric monitoring of Boyajian's Star


Terreran, Giacomo Northwestern University 2018B-0210 CTIO SOAR 4

The turbulent end of massive stars


Tokovinin, Andrei National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2018B-0005 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 3

Spectroscopic orbits in nearby triple systems


Tokovinin, Andrei National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2018B-0008 KPNO WIYNQ 2

Orbital architecture of triple stars as a tracer of disc migration


Tokovinin, Andrei National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2018B-0009 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1

Detection of black holes orbiting red-giant stars


Tremblay, Grant Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2018B-0241 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.93

Monitoring the changing-look AGN Mrk 1018


Vivas, Kathy Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2018A-0159 CTIO 4m 0.5

Calibration of RR Lyrae stars in DECam filters


Vivas, Kathy Cerro Tololo nter-American Observatory 2018B-0211 CTIO SOAR 2

RR Lyrae stars in a disrupting ultra faint satellite


Ward-Duong, Kimberly University of Massachusetts, Amherst 2018B-0923 KPNO 0.9m 8

Monitoring of Low Mass Stars


Wiktorowicz, Sloane Aerospace Corporation 2018B-0086 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3.6

Direct Detection of Exoplanet Cloud Particles with Polarimetry


Wiktorowicz, Sloane Aerospace Corporation 2018B-0087 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3.12

Detection of Longitudinal Albedo and Metallicity Variations of Asteroids with Ground-Based, Part-Per-Million Polarimetry


Winkler, P Frank Middlebury College 2018B-0080 CTIO SOAR 5

Supernova Remnants in the Magellanic Clouds: Velocity Profiles for Integrated Spectra


Winn, Josh Princeton University 2018B-0220 KPNO WIYNQ 4

Validation of Exoplanets from K2 Campaigns 16-18


Winters, Jennifer Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2018B-0165 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2

Searching for Companions to Nearby M Dwarfs on Solar System Scales


Winters, Jennifer Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2018B-0165 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 2

Searching for Companions to Nearby M Dwarfs on Solar System Scales


Young, Leslie Southwest Research Institute 2018B-0291 KPNO WIYNQ 0.5

Pluto stellar occultation of 2018 Aug 15


Zenteno, Alfredo Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2018A-0386 CTIO 4m 0.5

Completing the Southern eROSITA Sky with DECam


Zenteno, Alfredo Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2018B-0334 GEM-S GEM-SQ 4.82

Clash of Titans: a dynamical study of a sample of massive galaxy clusters undergoing extreme mergers

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Programs: 127
Nights: 407.7724

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