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Approved NOAO Survey Programs



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Finkelstein, Steven University of Texas, Austin 2013B-0236 KPNO 4m 31.5

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


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 4.5

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 3

Survey of the MAgellanic Stellar History - SMASH


Schlegel, David Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 2014B-0404 CTIO 4m 11.5

The DECam Legacy Survey of the SDSS Equatorial Sky

Approved Long Term Programs



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Burgasser, Adam University of California, San Diego 2016B-0115 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.13

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


Decleir, Marjorie Ghent University 2016B-0148 CTIO 0.9m 3

Optical ugriz mapping of SINGS/KINGFISH galaxies


Finkbeiner, Douglas Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2016B-0279 CTIO 4m 8

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


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 4

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


Koekemoer, Anton Space Telescope Science Institute 2016B-0173 CTIO 4m 3

Superluminous Supernovae in the Epoch of Reionization


Messineo, Maria University of Science & Technology of China 2016B-0106 CTIO 1.3m 3.9

Infrared photometric monitoring of Galactic red supergiants

Approved Regular Programs



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Ammons, S Mark Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 2016B-0212 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.7

The Best Parallaxes and a Limit on the Giant Planet Occurrence Rate for Nearby T Dwarf Hosts


Barlow, Brad High Point University 2016B-0283 CTIO SOAR 2

The EREBOS Project: Determining the Influence of Substellar Objects on Stellar Evolution


Barth, Aaron University of California, Irvine 2016B-0079 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.6

Bulge structure and kinematics in an extreme spiral galaxy hosting megaparsec-scale radio jets


Beatty, Thomas Pennsylvania State University 2016B-0230 KPNO WIYN 2

Precise H-K Color Measurements of the Daysides of Two Hot Jupiters


Bennert, Vardha Nicola California Polytechnic State University 2016B-0016 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.65

Exploring the Origin of the BH Mass Scaling Relations: A Pilot Study


Benson, Bradford University of Chicago 2016B-0176 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.75

Slaying Systematics: Maximizing Cosmological Power from HST-Measured Weak Lensing Masses of SPT Galaxy Clusters at Redshift z~0.9


Berger, Edo Harvard University 2016B-0124 CTIO 4m-TOO  

DECam Follow-Up of Advanced LIGO/Virgo Observing Run 2


Bosh, Amanda Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2016B-0249 CTIO SOAR 1

Occultation Studies of Small Bodies in the Outer Solar System


Bosh, Amanda Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2016B-0249 SSO AAT 1

Occultation Studies of Small Bodies in the Outer Solar System


Britt, Christopher Texas Technical University 2016B-0147 GEM-S GEM-SQ 3.1

Spectroscopic evolution of a Black Hole X-ray Transient


Brittain, Sean Clemson University 2016B-0145 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 0.9

The Search for Forming Planets in Transition Disks


Brodie, Jean University of California, Santa Cruz 2016B-0204 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.82

Testing Stellar Population Models in the Near-Infrared


Carlberg, Joleen NASA GGSFC 2016B-0168 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 1.82

A Lithium Survey of Red Giants in the Kepler Field


Chapman, Scott Dalhousie University 2016B-0184 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.64

Optical followup of the new Cycle3 ALMA-SPT sample of lensed submillimeter galaxies


Chiang, Yi-Kuan University of Texas, Austin 2016B-0177 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.23

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


Chiang, Yi-Kuan University of Texas, Austin 2016B-0177 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.247

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


Chick, William University of Wyoming 2016B-0294 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.94

Characterization of Bowshock-Supporting Massive Runaway Stars


Chornock, Ryan Ohio University 2016B-0201 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.68

Gemini Confirmation of Optical Counterparts to LIGO/Virgo Sources Found with DECam


Cobb, Bethany George Washington University 2016B-0150 CTIO 1.3m 1.5

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


Colon, Knicole Bay Area Environmental Research Institute 2016B-0196 KPNO WIYN 6

Characterizing K2 Exoplanet Candidates with High-Precision Near-Infrared Transit Photometry


Conn, Blair Gemini Observatory South 2016B-0263 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.94

A Census of Satellites: Is Mass Segregation common in the smallest Milky Way Satellites?


Cox, Erin University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2016B-0207 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.25

Charcterizing the Youngest Multiplicity Systems in the Perseus Molecular Cloud


Curtin, Chris Swinburne University of Technology 2016B-0260 CTIO 4m 1

Continuing discovery and realtime study of the highest redshift superluminous supernovae with u-SUDSS


Davidson, Jr, James University of Virginia 2016B-0232 KPNO WIYN 2.5

Which KOI Binaries are Gravitationally Bound?


de Kleer, Katherine University of California, Berkeley 2016B-0086 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.8

The Impact of Io's Volcanism on Jupiter's Plasma Environment


Do, Tuan University of California, Los Angeles 2016B-0215 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.2

Constraining the formation of the nuclear star cluster in IC 342 with NIFS


Dupree, Andrea Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2016B-0187 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 1.41

Sleuthing Helium in NGC 2808


Erb, Dawn University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 2016B-0055 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.82

Lya emission at high resolution: a probe of neutral hydrogen content and Lyman continuum escape in low metallicity galaxies at z~2


Findlay, Joseph University of Wyoming 2016B-0257 CTIO 4m 2

Testing the quasar disk-wind model at high redshift


Foley, Ryan University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2016B-0161 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.99

DES Supernova Cosmology


Geballe, Thomas Gemini Observatory North 2016B-0194 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 0.85

Temperatures and Densities in the CO line-emission Disk and outflow from NGC2071 IRS1


Gianninas, Alexandros University of Oklahoma, Norman 2016B-0160 KPNO 4m 5

The ELM Survey: Finding the Shortest Period Binary White Dwarfs


Gibson, Neale Queen's University of Belfast 2016B-0107 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.97

Solving the TiO mystery in hot exoplanets: the optical transmission spectrum of WASP-121b


Hamilton-Drager, Catrina Dickinson College 2016B-0258 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.53

Rotational Velocities and Radii of Pre-Main Sequence Stars in the Young Cluster NGC 2362


Hardegree-Ullman, Kevin University of Toledo 2016B-0111 KPNO WIYN 6

Planet Occurrence around Mid-Type M Dwarfs in the Kepler Field


Harrison, Thomas New Mexico State University 2016B-0051 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.36

Characterizing the L-dwarf Donor and the System Parameters of WZ Sagittae


Hartman, Joel Princeton University 2016B-0078 KPNO WIYN 3

Searching for Faint Stellar Companions to Transiting Planet Candidates from HATNet with DSSI/WIYN


Herbst, William Wesleyan University 2016B-0103 CTIO 1.3m 3

Monitoring and Modeling the Proto-Tatooine System KH 15D


Herczeg, Gregory KIAA, Peking University 2016B-0259 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.14

Accretion and the formation of very low mass objects


Hilton, Matt University of KwaZulu-Natal 2016B-0095 CTIO SOAR 5

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


Hinkle, Kenneth National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2016B-0155 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 2 (DD)

Isotopes on a hot bottom: Nucleosyntheis in massive AGB stars


Holberg, Jay University of Arizona 2016B-0040 KPNO 4m 4

Spectroscopic characterisation of Kepler 2 White Dwarfs


Howell, Steve NASA Ames Research Center 2016B-0019 KPNO WIYN 4

K2 and Radial Velocity Discovered Exoplanets: Small Planet Validation and Host Star Binarity


Hughes, John Rutgers University 2016B-0174 KPNO 4m 6

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


Hulsebus, Alan Iowa State University 2016B-0304 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.38

Follow-up Spectroscopy for Common-Proper-Motion T-Dwarf Companion Candidate


Jeffries, Robin Keele University 2016B-0047 KPNO WIYN 6

The radii of active low-mass stars, above and below the fully convective boundary


Jha, Saurabh Rutgers University 2016B-0192 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.65

Spectroscopy of Type Iax Supernovae


Jha, Saurabh Rutgers University 2016B-0192 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.23

Spectroscopy of Type Iax Supernovae


Ji, Alexander Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2016B-0089 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 0.9

Detailed Chemical Abundances of the Ultra-faint Dwarf Galaxy Triangulum II


Kasliwal, Mansi California Institute of Technology 2016B-0280 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.216

Rapid Spectroscopy of Elusive Transients and Young Supernovae


Kasliwal, Mansi California Institute of Technology 2016B-0280 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.304

Rapid Spectroscopy of Elusive Transients and Young Supernovae


Keller, Luke Ithaca College 2016B-0066 CTIO 4m 1

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


Kilic, Mukremin University of Oklahoma, Norman 2016B-0006 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.2

A Candidate Pulsating White Dwarf Companion to PSR J2234+0611


Kilic, Mukremin University of Oklahoma, Norman 2016B-0008 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.57

The Shortest Period Binary White Dwarfs in SDSS DR10


Kilic, Mukremin University of Oklahoma, Norman 2016B-0008 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.38

The Shortest Period Binary White Dwarfs in SDSS DR10


Kotulla, Ralf University of Wisconsin, Madison 2016B-0190 KPNO WIYN 4

Exploring the (extra)galactic background along lines-of-sight to nearby exoplanet host star candidates


Kremin, Anthony University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2016B-0278 CTIO SOAR 5

Constraining the Scatter in Galaxy Cluster Mass as a Function of Redshift via Dynamical Estimates


Kunder, Andrea Leibniz Institut fur Astrophysik 2016B-0058 SSO AAT 2

The hidden bulge of the Milky Way: Spectroscopic follow-up of RR Lyrae Stars


Lee-Brown, Donald University of Kansas 2016B-0132 KPNO WIYN 4

Measuring Lithium in (gamma) Doradus Variables


Lee, Kyoung-Soo Purdue University 2016B-0272 KPNO 4m 6.5

The Origin and Fate of Ly(alpha) Photons at High Redshift


Leggett, Sandy Gemini North 2016B-0048 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.55

Measuring vertical mixing in late-T and Y dwarf atmospheres


Lin, Dacheng University of New Hampshire 2016B-0265 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.5

Measuring the distance to a supercritically accreting tidal disruption event candidate with Gemini


Liu, Tingting University of Maryland 2016B-0181 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.5

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


Maas, Zachary Indiana University 2016B-0108 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 2.15

Phosphorus Abundances in the Thin and Thick Disks


Maas, Zachary Indiana University 2016B-0127 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 0.83

Measurements of the Chlorine Isotope Ratio in Cool Stars


Maccarone, Thomas Texas Technical University 2016B-0129 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.18

Calibrating the FWHM-K2 relation of quiescent BHs in the NIR


Mann, Andrew University of Texas, Austin 2016B-0073 KPNO WIYN 4

Clusters with K2: systematics from membership and binarity


Martini, Paul Ohio State University 2016B-0120 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1

Search for z>6 QSOs with the Dark Energy Survey


Mazur, Brian University of Toledo 2016B-0286 CTIO SOAR 3

J, H and K Photometry of 300 - 1000 AU Companions to Young Stellar Objects in Orion


McConnell, Nicholas Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics 2016B-0167 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.43

The Black Hole Population of the Most Massive Nearby Galaxies


McMillan, Robert University of Arizona 2016B-0128 KPNO 4m 2.5

Early Followup Astrometry of Freshly Discovered High Priority Near-Earth Objects


Megeath, S University of Toledo 2016B-0234 KPNO 4m 8

ROtation in Diverse Environments of Orion: RoDEO - a NEWFIRM variability survey of Orion A


Morley, Caroline University of California, Santa Cruz 2016B-0242 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.75

The Second Spectrum of the Coldest Brown Dwarf


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observatory 2016B-0077 CTIO SOAR 2

Rotational Characterization of Hayabusa2 Mission Target Asteroid Ryugu


Muzerolle, James Space Telescope Science Institute 2016B-0253 CTIO 4m 1

ARCOIRIS Spectroscopy of Planetary Nebulae in the Large Magellanic Cloud: Wavelength Calibrators for JWST


Nusdeo, Daniel Georgia State University 2016B-0179 KPNO WIYN 2

Characterizing M Dwarf Systems in the Stellar Neighborhood


Olszewski, Edward University of Arizona 2016B-0042 CTIO SOAR 4

Southern Faint White Dwarf Flux Standards


Omiya, Masashi National Astronomical Observatory of Japan 2016B-0275 KPNO WIYN 4

Spectroscopic survey of nearby late-M dwarfs for near-future Earth-like planet searches


Orton, Glenn Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2016B-0198 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.51

High-Resolution Mapping of Jupiter's Clouds in the Near-Infrared: Support for the Juno Mission


Pewett-Clements, Tiffany Georgia State University 2016B-0122 CTIO 0.9m 7

Deciphering the Wide Low Mass Main Sequence


Pforr, Janine LAM, Marseille 2016B-0137 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.42

A GMOS spectroscopy survey of Herschel sources in the CANDELS UDS field


Puzia, Thomas H. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 2016B-0180 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.1

The GeMS/GSAOI Galactic Globular Cluster Survey (G4CS)


Rest, Armin Space Telescope Science Institute 2016B-0301 CTIO 4m 3

Light Echoes of Galactic Explosions and Eruptions


Rest, Armin Space Telescope Science Institute 2016B-0301 KPNO 4m 3.5

Light Echoes of Galactic Explosions and Eruptions


Rich, Jeffrey California Institute of Technology--IPAC 2016B-0250 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.52

Quenching Caught in the Act: Measuring Feedback in Shocked Post-Starburst Galaxies


Riedel, Adric California Institute of Technology 2016B-0213 KPNO WIYN 2

The Tight Multiplicity of lam Ori


Rotermund, Kaja Dalhousie University 2016B-0188 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.3

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


Salzer, John Indiana University 2016B-0109 KPNO 4m 4

Spectroscopy of Ultra-Low Metallicity Star-Forming Galaxies


Sand, David Texas Technical University 2016B-0088 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.35

Constraining Type Ia Supernova Physics with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy


Sand, David Texas Technical University 2016B-0088 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.85

Constraining Type Ia Supernova Physics with Near-Infrared Spectroscopy


Schlaufman, Kevin Carnegie Institution of Washington 2016B-0081 SSO AAT 2

The Most Promising Search for the Galaxy's Oldest Stars


Schlaufman, Kevin Observatories of the Carnegie Insitution for Science 2016B-0083 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.54

A Massive Compact Object Companion to an Ultra Metal-poor Star in the Solar Neighborhood


Schlaufman, Kevin Carnegie Observatories 2016B-0085 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.64

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


Schlaufman, Kevin Carnegie Observatories 2016B-0085 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.935

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


Schneider, Adam The University of Toledo 2016B-0003 CTIO 4m 2

Exoplanet Analogs in the Solar Neighborhood


Schrabback, Tim Universitat Bonn 2016B-0199 CTIO SOAR 1

Pushing to new frontiers: A pilot study for cluster weak lensing at redshift z>1.4


Shafter, Allen San Diego State University 2016B-0193 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.72

M31N 2008-12a - The Remarkable Recurrent Nova in M31: Gemini Spectra of the 2016 Eruption and surrounding 'Super-remnant'


Sheppard, Scott Carnegie Institution of Washington 2016B-0288 CTIO 4m 5.5

Extreme Trans-Neptunian Objects: Towards a Super-Earth in the Outer Solar System


Sheppard, Scott Carnegie Institution of Washington 2016B-0293 GEM-N GEM-N 1

Extreme Trans-Neptunian Objects: Towards a Super-Earth in the Outer Solar System


Shih, Hsin-Yi Gemini Observatory North 2016B-0248 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.6

Host Galaxy Morphologies of Low-Excitation Radio Galaxies with Strong Emission Lines


Shporer, Avi Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2016B-0151 KPNO WIYN 3.5

Studying low-mass short-period binary companions to stars across the main sequence


Skemer, Andrew University of California, Santa Cruz 2016B-0241 GEM-N GEM-NQ 4.2

A Thermal Infrared Spectroscopic Sequence of the Coldest Brown Dwarfs


Smith, Nathan University of Arizona 2016B-0076 GEM-S GEM-S-SVC 3

[Fe II] Kinematics of Magellanic Cloud Luminous Blue Variables


Smith, J Allyn Austin Peay State University 2016B-0113 CTIO 0.9m 5

Targeted Samples of the Hot Stellar Content in the Southern Sky


Smith, Verne National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2016B-0218 KPNO WIYN 7

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


Smith, J Allyn Austin Peay State University 2016B-0261 KPNO WIYN 2

Exoplanet Formation In Dolidze-35


Sonnett, Sarah Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2016B-0143 CTIO 4m-TOO  

Determining Orbits and Sizes of Near-Earth Objects Discovered by NEOWISE


Stringfellow, Guy University of Colorado 2016B-0274 CTIO 1.3m 5

Variability of New Candidate and Confirmed Luminous Blue Variables


Stubbs, Chris Harvard University 2016B-0009 GEM-S GEM-SQ 3

Pachon Aerosol Monitoring Campaign


Stubbs, Chris Harvard University 2016B-0012 CTIO 0.9m 6

Dispersed Imaging for Atmospheric Characterization, in preparation for LSST


Takir, Driss USGS Astrogeologh Science Center 2016B-0233 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.08

Searching for Volatiles and Organics in the Outer Main Asteroid Belt


Thomas, Cristina NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2016B-0295 CTIO SOAR 2

Search for a Differentiated Asteroid Family


Tokovinin, Andrei Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2016B-0044 CTIO SOAR 2

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


Treu, Tommaso University of California, Los Angeles 2016B-0061 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.2

A reverberation mapping black hole mass measurement at z=2.82


Treu, Tommaso University of California, Los Angeles 2016B-0067 CTIO SOAR 3

High-resolution imaging confirmation of gravitationally lensed quasars discovered in STRIDES


Troja, Eleonora University of Maryland 2016B-0165 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.19

Unveiling the elusive progenitors of short duration gamma-ray bursts


Troja, Eleonora University of Maryland 2016B-0165 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.19

Unveiling the elusive progenitors of short duration gamma-ray bursts


Truebenbach, Alexandra University of Colorado 2016B-0005 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.7

Measuring Quasar Redshifts to Observe the Real-Time Recession and Collapse of Large-Scale Structures


Tucker, Brad The Australian National University 2016B-0244 CTIO 4m 2.5

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


U, Vivian University of California, Riverside 2016B-0223 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.4

Nature and Dynamics of Clumps in Star-Forming Galaxies at z ~ 1 - 2


Vivas, Kathy Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2016B-0140 CTIO SOAR 4

Improving the Distance Determination to the New Dwarf Galaxies around the Milky Way


von der Linden, Anja Stony Brook University 2016B-0200 GEM-N GEM-N 1

Weighing the f_gas Giants


Wilcots, E University of Wisconsin, Madison 2016B-0625 KPNO WIYN 3

The Role of Close Companions in the Formation of Brightest Cluster Galaxies and Intracluster Light


Winkler, P Frank Middlebury College 2016B-0245 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.8

The Expansion and Evolution of the Tycho Supernova Remnant


Wright, Shelley University of California, San Diego 2016B-0159 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.6

Unveiling the Inner Regions of Thermally Pulsing Asymptotic Giant Branch (TP-AGB) stars


Wylezalek, Dominika Johns Hopkins University 2016B-0154 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.05

Probing AGN feedback models by zooming into active galaxies


Yang, Jun Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2016B-0287 KPNO 4m 1

Optical Counterparts in IC 10


Yang, Jun Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2016B-0287 KPNO WIYN 2

Optical Counterparts in IC 10

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