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Finkelstein, Steven University of Texas, Austin 2013B-0236 KPNO 4m 23

The NEWFIRM HETDEX Survey - Probing the Growth of Galaxies with Cosmic Time


Kannappan, Sheila University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2013B-0512 CTIO SOAR 3

REsolved Spectroscopy Of a Local VolumE: The RESOLVE Survey in Stripe 82


Kannappan, Sheila University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2013B-0512 GEM-S GEM-S 6

REsolved Spectroscopy Of a Local VolumE: The RESOLVE Survey in Stripe 82


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2013B-0270 CTIO 1.3m 6

Mission Accessible Near-Earth Objects Survey (MANOS)


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2013B-0270 CTIO SOAR 6

Mission Accessible Near-Earth Objects Survey (MANOS)


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2013B-0270 GEM-N GEM-NQ 4.408

Mission Accessible Near-Earth Objects Survey (MANOS)


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2013B-0270 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.3

Mission Accessible Near-Earth Objects Survey (MANOS)


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2013B-0270 KPNO 4m 4

Mission Accessible Near-Earth Objects Survey (MANOS)


Nidever, David University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2013B-0440 CTIO 4m 6

Survey of the MAgellanic Stellar History - SMASH


Rhoads, James Arizona State University 2013B-0528 KPNO 4m 12.5

The Cosmic Deep And Wide Narrowband (Cosmic DAWN) Survey


Schlegel, David Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 2014B-0404 CTIO 4m 6

The DECam Legacy Survey of the SDSS Equatorial Sky


Wood-Vasey, Michael University of Pittsburgh 2012B-0500 KPNO WIYN 3

Type Ia Supernovae in the Near-Infrared: A Three-Year Survey toward a One Percent Distance Measurement with WIYN+WHIRC

Approved HST Programs



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Foley, Ryan University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2015B-0113 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.4

Understanding the Progenitor Systems, Explosion Mechanisms, and Cosmological Utility of Type Ia Supernovae


Foley, Ryan University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2015B-0113 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.4

Understanding the Progenitor Systems, Explosion Mechanisms, and Cosmological Utility of Type Ia Supernovae


Griffith, Caitlin Lunar and Planetary Lab 2015B-0164 GEM-N GEM-N 1

Elementary Abundances of Planetary Systems


Saha, Abhijit National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2015A-0174 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.85

Establishing a Network of DA White Dwarf SED Standards

Approved Fermi Programs



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Bailyn, Charles Yale University 2014B-0622 CTIO 1.3m 1

SMARTS Optical and near-infrared monitoring of Fermi Lat blazars

Approved Long Term Programs



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Foley, Ryan University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2015B-0313 CTIO SOAR 6

The Next Generation Low-z Type Ia Supernova Sample for Cosmology


Foley, Ryan University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2015B-0313 KPNO 4m 2

The Next Generation Low-z Type Ia Supernova Sample for Cosmology


Macri, Lucas Texas A & M University 2015A-0150 CTIO 1.3m 2.36

Towards a 2% measurement of H_0: Near-infrared light curves of Galactic Cepheids

Approved Regular Programs



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Alexandroff, Rachael Johns Hopkins University 2015B-0244 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.9

Quasar feedback at the peak of the galaxy formation epoch


Allen, Thomas Lowell Observatory 2015B-0301 KPNO 4m 2.5

Kosmos Spectroscopy of Cep OB3b


Ammons, S Mark Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 2015B-0332 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.15

A GEMS Probe for Superearths Orbiting Luhman 16AB


Baker, Andrew Rutgers University 2015B-0334 SSO AAT 4

Redshifts in the LADUMA Field to z ~ 0.6


Barkhouse, Wayne University of North Dakota 2015B-0065 KPNO 4m 3

Probing Star Formation in Cluster Dwarf Galaxies via H-alpha Imaging


Beck, Tracy Space Telescope Science Institute 2015B-0136 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.5

Characterizing "Typical" Jets from Young Stars


Bell, Cameron University of Rochester 2015B-0240 CTIO 4m 0.5

Environmental impact on disk lifetimes - Robust ages for low density star-forming regions


Berg, Danielle University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 2015B-0285 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.52

Ultra Exteme Star-Forming Galaxies: A Window On Low Metallicity Star Formation at High Redshift


Berger, Edo Harvard University 2015B-0187 CTIO 4m-TOO  

DECam Follow-Up of the First Advanced LIGO/Virgo Gravitational Wave Detection


Black, Christine Dartmouth College 2015B-0282 KPNO 4m 1

An Investigation of Secondary Spectral Emission Features in the Nebula Phase of SNe Ia


Bleem, Lindsey Argonne National Laboratory 2015B-0335 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.73

SPT-CL J0329−2330: Spectroscopic Observations of an Exceptional High-Redshift Galaxy Cluster


Bowler, Brendan California Institute of Technology--Div of Geo and Planetary Science 2015B-0031 KPNO WIYN 4

Reconnaissance of Young M Dwarfs: New Targets for Direct Imaging Planet Searches


Bowler, Brendan California Institute of Technology--Div of Geo and Planetary Science 2015B-0039 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 2.7

Reconnaissance of Young M Dwarfs: Confirming the Elusive Majority of Nearby Moving Groups


Bowler, Brendan California Institute of Technology--Div of Geo and Planetary Science 2015B-0042 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.8

Reconnaissance of Young M Dwarfs: Confirming the Elusive Majority of Nearby Moving Groups


Briceno, Cesar Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2015B-0221 CTIO SOAR 4

A SOAR Adaptive Optics study of Herbig-Haro Objects


Briceno, Cesar Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2015B-0268 CTIO SOAR 2.5

A Multiplicity survey in the Orion OB1 Association


Buie, Marc Southwest Research Institute 2015B-0299 KPNO 4m 3

KBO astrometry for an improved occultation sample


Burgasser, Adam University of California, San Diego 2015B-0294 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.92

Mass Measurements Across the Hydrogen Burning Limit: Astrometric Orbits for Spectral Binaries


Burningham, Ben NASA Ames Research Center 2015B-0086 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.21

Characterising a very fast moving T dwarf in the Galactic Plane


Cai, Zheng University of Arizona 2015B-0229 KPNO 4m 3

Mapping the Most Massive Overdensity Through HI: KPNO/MOSAIC Observations of Galaxy Overdensities at z=2.3


Canton, Paul University of Oklahoma, Norman 2015B-0122 KPNO 4m 5

The ELM Survey: Finding the Shortest Period Binary White Dwarfs


Cauley, Paul Wilson Wesleyan University 2015B-0102 KPNO WIYN 4

Searching for Pre-Transit Hydrogen Absorption Around Hot Planets


Cenko, Stephen NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2015B-0222 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.3

The Demographics of Tidal Disruption Flares


Cenko, Stephen NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2015B-0222 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.3

The Demographics of Tidal Disruption Flares


Chanchaiworawit, Krittapas University of Florida 2015B-0323 GEM-S GEM-SQ 4.6

Spectroscopic Confirmation of LAE Candidates at z=6.5: Evidence of the highest redshift protocluster


Chiang, Yi-Kuan University of Texas, Austin 2015B-0085 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.34

Mapping out the Densest Structures in the COSMOS Field at z~2–3


Chiang, Yi-Kuan University of Texas, Austin 2015B-0085 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.207

Mapping out the Densest Structures in the COSMOS Field at z~2–3


Cobb, Bethany George Washington University 2015B-0123 CTIO 1.3m 1.5

Optical/IR Follow-Up of Gamma-Ray Bursts from SMARTS


Coker, Carl Ohio State University 2015B-0169 KPNO WIYN 2

Confirmation and Characterization of Stellar Companions to the Host Stars of KELT Transiting Planets


Colon, Knicole Lehigh University 2015B-0238 KPNO 4m 6

Comparative Exoplanetology: Connecting the Structure and Climate of Hot Jupiter Atmospheres to Irradiation


Crossfield, Ian Lunar and Planetary Lab 2015B-0066 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.7

Exometeorology: Searching for Weather on Beta Pictoris b


Crotts, Arlin Columbia University 2015B-0255 CTIO SOAR 2

SN 1987A Becomes SN Remnant 1987A


Dawson, William Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 2015B-0288 GEM-N GEM-N 1

Two Ideal Dark Matter Colliders


Dawson, William Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 2015B-0290 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.9

Two Ideal Dark Matter Colliders


Diamond, Tiara R. Florida State University 2015B-0080 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.21

Late-time near-infrared spectroscopy of SN 2014J


Drahus, Michal Jagiellonian University 2015B-0339 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.7

Disruption of the Active Asteroid P/2012 F5 (Gibbs)


Duchene, Gaspard University of California, Berkeley 2015B-0213 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.85

Assessing the fundamental limits of multiple star formation


Esplin, Taran Pennsylvania State University 2015B-0128 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.03

Searching for the Bottom of the IMF


Farihi, Jay University College London 2015B-0125 KPNO 4m 2

An Ongoing Study of Dwarf Carbon Stars: Binary Fraction, Orbital Period Constraints


Fesen, Robert Dartmouth College 2015B-0211 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.15

Near-infrared identification of the young pulsar J0205+6449


Fischer, Will NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2015B-0273 CTIO SOAR 2

Optical Spectroscopy of WISE-Identified Young Stellar Objects in Canis Major


Foley, Ryan University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2015B-0197 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.8

DES Supernova Cosmology


Foley, Ryan University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2015B-0197 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.16

DES Supernova Cosmology


Fu, Hai University of Iowa 2015B-0127 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.26

How Massive Galaxies Get Cold Gas: The Circum-Galactic Medium of Dusty Starburst Galaxies at z ~ 2


Galiazzo, Mattia University of Western Ontario 2015B-0072 CTIO 1.3m 1.73

Taxonomy discrimination of the Tina asteroid family via photometric color indices


Giampapa, Mark National Solar Observatory 2015B-0180 KPNO WIYN 4

Contemporaneous WIYN/Hydra and K2 Measurements of the Magnetic Properties of Sun-like Stars


Gladders, Michael University of Chicago 2015B-0300 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.32

Time delays for the sextuply-lensed quasar SDSS J2222+2745 from GMOS


Graham, Melissa University of California, Berkeley 2015B-0142 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.83

Understanding the Power Source in Type Ia Supernovae with Nebular Phase Spectroscopy


Graham, James University of California, Berkeley 2015B-0237 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.22

Astrometry of beta Pic b with GPI


Griffith, Caitlin University of Arizona 2015B-0318 KPNO 4m 1

Clouds on extrasolar planets with inflated atmospheres


Hardegree-Ullman, Kevin University of Toledo 2015B-0280 KPNO WIYN 5

Planet Occurrence around Mid-M Dwarfs in the Field


Hargis, Jonathan Haverford College 2015B-0250 CTIO 4m 2

Dwarfs Around Dwarfs: Dwarf satellites and stellar halos around the dIrr WLM and IC 1613


Hartman, Joel Princeton University 2015B-0115 KPNO WIYN 2.5

Confirming the Inflated Size of a Transiting Super-Jupiter with WHIRC


Hartman, Joel Princeton University 2015B-0156 KPNO WIYN 2.5

Searching for Faint Stellar Companions to Transiting Planet Systems From HATNet With DSSI/WIYN


Henry, Todd Georgia State University 2015B-0152 GEM-N GEM-NQ 4

Searching for Companions to Nearby Stars on Solar System Scales


Hilton, Matt University of KwaZulu-Natal 2015B-0165 CTIO SOAR 5

Redshift confirmation of distant ACTPol Sunyaev-Zel'dovich galaxy cluster candidates


Hirsch, Lea University of California, Berkeley 2015B-0060 KPNO WIYN 3

Planets in Binary Systems


Holberg, Jay University of Arizona 2015B-0074 KPNO 4m 3

Spectroscopic characterisation of Kepler 2 White Dwarfs


Horch, Elliott Southern Connecticut State University 2015B-0081 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.42

Understanding the Metal-Poor Mass-Luminosity Relation


Howell, Steve NASA Ames Research Center 2015B-0058 KPNO WIYN 8

Exoplanet Validation and Host Star Binarity of Kepler and K2 Discovered Candidates


Hsieh, Henry Planetary Science Institute 2015B-0099 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.6

Observations of the Activity of Main-Belt Comets P/2010 R2, 233P, and 313P


Hughes, John Rutgers University 2015B-0220 KPNO 4m 4

On the Trail of the Most Massive Galaxy Clusters in the Universe


Jensen-Clem, Rebecca California Institute of Technology-Dept of Physics, Math, Astronomy 2015B-0216 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.95

The first detection of polarized radiation from exoplanets


Jha, Saurabh Rutgers University 2015B-0174 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.5

Spectroscopy of Type Iax Supernovae


Jiang, Linhua Peking University 2015B-0088 KPNO 4m 3

Y-band Imaging of Quasar Candidates at z>6.5 Selected in the SDSS Stripe 82


Keller, Luke Ithaca College 2015B-0248 CTIO SOAR 0.5

Near infrared study of gas emission from proto-planetary disks in the Small Magellanic Cloud


Kiminki, Megan University of Arizona 2015B-0141 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 2

Using 3D Kinematics to Pinpoint the Birthplaces of Distributed Massive Stars: Targeted Follow-up of Radial-Velocity Variables


Knight, Matthew Lowell Observatory 2015B-0183 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.34

Multi-scale investigation of the coma of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko: Combined Gemini and Rosetta study of activity


Koekemoer, Anton Space Telescope Science Institute 2015B-0175 CTIO 4m 3

Luminous Supernovae in the Epoch of Reionization


Kunder, Andrea Leibniz-Institut fuer Astrophysik 2015B-0071 SSO AAT 4

Bulge RR Lyrae Radial Velocity Assay


Lacy, Mark National Radio Astronomy Observatory Headquarters 2015B-0189 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.62 (DD)

The highest resolution view of distant massive galaxies


Lamassa, Stephanie Yale University 2015B-0132 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.2

Unveiling Obscured Supermassive Black Hole Growth with Infrared Spectroscopy


Liu, Tingting University of Maryland 2015B-0190 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.48

Spectroscopic Follow-Up of Variability Selected Binary Supermassive Black Hole Candidates


Liu, Guilin Virginia Polytechnic Institute 2015B-0192 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.08

IFU mapping of the most energetic BAL quasar outflows: C IV absorption


Luhman, Kevin Pennsylvania State University 2015B-0019 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.68

Testing Model Atmospheres with the Coldest Known Brown Dwarf


Marois, Christian Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics 2015B-0348 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.25

GPI detailed spectroscopic and astrometric characterization of HR 8799cde.


Martini, Paul Ohio State University 2015B-0264 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1

Search for z>6 QSOs with the Dark Energy Survey


Mason, Rachel Gemini Observatory North 2015B-0254 KPNO 4m 4

Stellar populations in the Palomar Galaxy Sample


Mast, Damian Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas 2015B-0233 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.3

Integral Field Spectroscopy of Arcs - Unveiling the hundreds pc of star-forming galaxies at redshift ~0.7 to 2.5


McMillan, Robert University of Arizona 2015B-0059 KPNO 4m 3

Astrometry and Photometry of Faint, High Priority Solar System Objects


Milisavljevic, Dan Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2015B-0138 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.33

The Unprecedented Supernova Metamorphosis of SN 2014C


Millar-Blanchaer, Max University of Toronto 2015B-0353 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.3

Constraining the Dust grain population of Beta Pic's Inner Disk


Montet, Benjamin California Institute of Technology-Dept. of Astronomy 2015B-0310 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.41

Fundamental Parameters of Pre-Main Sequence M Dwarfs


Mueller, Beatrice Planetary Science Institute 2015B-0215 KPNO 0.9m 6

Decoding activity one (or two) comet(s) at a time


Muzerolle, James Space Telescope Science Institute 2015B-0257 CTIO 1.3m 3.2

Photometric Monitoring of Close Binary T Tauri Stars: Connecting Accretion Activity with Inner Disk Structure


Olszewski, Edward University of Arizona 2015B-0076 CTIO SOAR 5

Southern DA White Dwarf Calibration Standards


Opitz, Daniela University of New South Wales 2015B-0087 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.43

Astrometry and Binarity of WISE Y dwarfs with MCAO


Orosz, Jerome San Diego State University 2015B-0267 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.75

An optical search for black holes and neutron stars in the Kepler field


Orosz, Jerome San Diego State University 2015B-0267 KPNO 4m 3

An optical search for black holes and neutron stars in the Kepler field


Pewett, Tiffany Georgia State University 2015B-0118 CTIO 0.9m-TBD 7

Deciphering the Wide Low Mass Main Sequence


Pewett, Tiffany Georgia State University 2015B-0118 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 3

Deciphering the Wide Low Mass Main Sequence


Points, Sean Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2015B-0188 CTIO SOAR 3

Optical Spectroscopy of Supernova Remnant Candidates in the LMC


Redfield, Seth Wesleyan University 2015B-0275 KPNO WIYN 2

Rayleigh Scattering in Exoplanet Atmospheres


Rest, Armin Space Telescope Science Institute 2015B-0305 CTIO 4m 2

Photometric Time Series of Carinae's Great Eruption


Rest, Armin Space Telescope Science Institute 2015B-0307 CTIO 4m 2.5

Light Echoes of Galactic Explosions and Eruptions


Rest, Armin Space Telescope Science Institute 2015B-0307 KPNO 4m 4

Light Echoes of Galactic Explosions and Eruptions


Rice, Sarah University of Maine 2015B-0191 CTIO 4m 1

Mapping Dark Matter through Weak Lensing in the Extremely Overdense Aquarius and Microscopium Supercluster Cores


Rodney, Steven Johns Hopkins University 2015B-0104 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.5

The Next Frontier: High-Redshift Supernovae in the HST Frontier Fields


Rodney, Steven Johns Hopkins University 2015B-0104 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.25

The Next Frontier: High-Redshift Supernovae in the HST Frontier Fields


Rodriguez, Joseph Vanderbilt University 2015B-0056 SSO AAT 2

Measuring the Masses of the Brightest Transiting Exoplanets from KELT- South with High-Precision Radial Velocities from AAT


Romanishin, William University of Oklahoma, Norman 2015B-0263 KPNO 0.9m 4

Shapes of Hilda ``Asteroids" (continuation)


Rotermund, Kaja Dalhousie University 2015B-0135 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.55

Detecting Dark Matter Subhalos with ALMA and GMOS-S/IFU using Strongly Lensed Submm Galaxies


Schlaufman, Kevin Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2015B-0130 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.65

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


Schlaufman, Kevin Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2015B-0130 GEM-S GEM-SQ 4.29

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


Sharon, Keren University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2015B-0230 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.35

“Resolving the Star Formation in Distant Galaxies” – supporting ground-based spectroscopy for a large HST program


Sharon, Keren University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2015B-0258 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.45

Multi Object Spectroscopy of the field of SDSSJ2222+2745: A cluster-lensed sextuple quasar


Sheppard, Scott Carnegie Institution of Washington 2015B-0265 CTIO 4m 5

The Inner Oort Cloud Population


Skemer, Andrew University of Arizona 2015B-0153 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.9

The First Spectrum of the Coolest Brown Dwarf


Smith, J Allyn Austin Peay State University 2015B-0245 CTIO 0.9m-TBD 10

Targeted Samples of the Hot Stellar Content in the Southern Sky


Smith, Verne National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2015B-0322 KPNO WIYN 7

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


Sonnett, Sarah California Institute of Technology--JPL 2015B-0092 KPNO 0.9m 15

Confirming Binary Asteroid Candidates to Constrain the Dynamical Evolution of the Solar System


Stevenson, Kevin University of Chicago 2015B-0226 KPNO 4m 4

From Exoplanets to Exoworlds: Atmospheric Characterization with KOSMOS


Stringfellow, Guy University of Colorado 2015B-0185 CTIO 1.3m 1.1

Spectral Confirmation of New Galactic LBV and WN Stars Associated With Mid-IR Nebulae


Stringfellow, Guy University of Colorado 2015B-0185 CTIO SOAR 2

Spectral Confirmation of New Galactic LBV and WN Stars Associated With Mid-IR Nebulae


Stringfellow, Guy University of Colorado 2015B-0331 CTIO 1.3m 1.3

LBVs - Caught in the Act!


Stringfellow, Guy University of Colorado 2015B-0331 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 4

LBVs - Caught in the Act!


Szkody, Paula University of Washington 2015B-0271 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.35

Do white dwarfs in cataclysmic varibales grow in mass?


Thomas, Cristina NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2015B-0328 CTIO SOAR 3

Search for a Differentiated Asteroid Family


Tofflemire, Benjamin University of Wisconsin, Madison 2015B-0179 CTIO 1.3m 3.11

Accretion in Pre-Main Sequence Binaries


Tokovinin, Andrei Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2015B-0009 CTIO SOAR 2

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


Tokovinin, Andrei Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2015B-0012 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 4

Spectroscopic orbits in nearby triple systems


Troup, Nicholas University of Virginia 2015B-0325 KPNO WIYN 1

Verification and Characterization of Hot Jupiter Candidates Discovered by SDSS-III APOGEE-1


Tucker, Brad Australian National University 2015B-0093 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.13

Catching Supernovae in the Act with KEGS (Kepler Extra-Galactic Survey)


Tucker, Brad Australian National University 2015B-0093 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.3

Catching Supernovae in the Act with KEGS (Kepler Extra-Galactic Survey)


Tucker, Brad University of California, Berkeley 2015B-0314 CTIO 4m 1.5

Catching Supernovae in the Act with KEGS (Kepler Extra-Galactic Survey) and DECam


Vaccaro, Todd St. Cloud State University 2015B-0295 KPNO 4m 4

Orbital and Systemic Parameters for Algol Binaries in the Kepler and K2 Fields


Valenti, Stefano University of California, Santa Barbara 2015B-0223 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.6

Nebular observtions of SNe type II


van Velzen, Sjoert Johns Hopkins University 2015B-0225 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.5

Reverberation mapping of stellar tidal disruption flares


Van Velzen, Sjoert Johns Hopkins University 2015B-0227 KPNO 4m 4

Spectroscopic follow-up of stellar tidal disruption flares discovered by Gaia


von der Linden, Anja Stanford University 2015B-0261 GEM-N GEM-N 2

Weighing the f_gas Giants


Walter, Frederick Stony Brook University 2015B-0134 CTIO 1.3m 0.6

The Denoument of KT Eridani


Walter, Frederick Stony Brook University 2015B-0134 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1.7

The Denoument of KT Eridani


Wang, Ji Yale University 2015B-0053 KPNO WIYN 7

Confirming the Planet-Metallicity Correlation For Small Planets


Williams, Kurtis University of Texas, Austin 2015B-0344 KPNO 4m 2

Too Small To Fail: Using White Dwarfs to Better Constrain the Supernova Mass Limit


Winkler, P Frank Middlebury College 2015B-0140 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.8

Supernova Remnants in the Most Fertile Galaxy: NGC 6946


Wood-Vasey, Michael University of Pittsburgh 2015B-0347 KPNO WIYN 5

Final Host Galaxy Observations for ``SweetSpot'': Calibrating the Supernova Host Galaxy Light and Environment


Yanny, Brian Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory 2015B-0108 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.964

Imaging Follow-up of Milky-Way companions revealed by the Dark Energy Survey


Yi, Sukyoung Yonsei University 2015B-0315 KPNO WIYN 2

A Spectroscopic Follow-up to Deep Optical Imaging for 3 Abell clusters at 0.04 < z < 0.08

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