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NOAO Approved Programs for 2020A




Programs: 177
Nights: 544.386
Approved NOAO Survey Programs



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Dell'Antonio, Ian Brown University 2019A-0308 CTIO 4m 5

LoVoCCS: the Local Volume Complete Cluster Survey


Drlica-Wagner, Alex Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory 2019A-0305 CTIO 4m 22

DECam Local Volume Exploration Survey


Hardegree-Ullman, Kevin California Institute of Technology--IPAC 2019A-0364 CTIO SOAR 5

Atmospheric Survey of Giant Exoplanets Discovered by TESS


Hartigan, Patrick Rice University 2019A-0101 CTIO SOAR 6

The Carina Time-Series Deep Field


Penny, Matthew Ohio State University 2019A-0315 CTIO 4m 7

Multi-band Imaging Survey for High-Alpha PlanetS (MISHAPS): Surveying the demographics of transiting hot Jupiters in the alpha-rich Galactic bulge


Shen, Yue University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2019A-0065 CTIO 4m 8

DECam Early Imaging of AGN Reverberation Mapping Fields in SDSS-V


Trilling, David Northern Arizona University 2019A-0337 CTIO 4m 6

The Deep DECam Outer Solar System Survey (DDOSSS)

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Approved Chandra Programs



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Bailyn, Charles Yale University 2019B-0918 LCO 1m 1

Multi-Wavelength Observations of the Prototype Quiescent Black Hole Binary A0620-00


Zepf, Steve Michigan State University 2018B-0927 CTIO SOAR 1

The Nature of the Two Globular Cluster ULXs in the Galaxy NGC 4472

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Approved Fermi Programs



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Massaro, Francesco Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino 2018B-0934 CTIO 4m 2

THE OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPIC CAMPAIGN OF GAMMA-RAY BLAZAR CANDIDATES: 10 YRS AFTER THE FERMI LAUNCH


Massaro, Francesco Osservatorio Astrofisico di Torino 2019B-0916 CTIO 4m 2

HUNTING GAMMA-RAY BLAZARS WITH OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS

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Approved Long Term Programs



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Aydi, Elias Michigan State University 2020A-0225 MtWilson CHARA 2

Imaging the Evolution and Expansion of Nova Ejecta


Ellis, Tyler Louisiana State University 2019A-0155 MtWilson CHARA 4

Radii of late type-dwarfs, exoplanet hosts, and exoplanet host candidates


Gallenne, Alexandre European Southern Observatory 2019A-0071 MtWilson CHARA 4

Multiplicity of Galactic Cepheids from long-baseline interferometry


Greenbaum, Alexandra University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2019A-0206 MtWilson CHARA 2

Orbits of Moving Group Binaries at Small Angular Separations with CHARA


Malhotra, Sangeeta NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2018B-0327 CTIO 4m 5

Lyman Alpha Galaxies in the Epoch of Reionization


Metcalfe, Travis Space Science Institute 2018B-0040 LCO 1m 6

Activity Cycles in Asteroseismic Solar Analogs


Rest, Armin Space Telescope Science Institute 2020A-0415 CTIO 4m 2.5

Photometric Time Series of Carinae's Great Eruption


Richardson, Noel University of Toledo 2017B-0088 MtWilson CHARA 2

Weighing Evolved Massive Stars in Binary systems with Interferometry


Tokovinin, Andrei Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2020A-0006 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1.5

Spectroscopic orbits in nearby triple systems

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Approved Regular Programs



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Andrews, Jennifer University of Arizona 2020A-0323 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.24

Spectrophotometric Time Series of Eta Carinae's Great Eruption


Anugu, Narsireddy University of Arizona 2020A-0274 MtWilson CHARA 5

Imaging binary-disk interactions in second generation protoplanetary disks


Barlow, Brad High Point University 2020A-0268 CTIO SOAR 4

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


Bean, Jacob University of Chicago 2020A-0083 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3

Radial velocity follow up of TESS planets with MAROON-X


Beard, Corey University of California, Irvine 2020A-0253 KPNO WIYNQ 2.2

Simultaneous Observations of Kepler Objects With TESS and NEID


Belikov, Ruslan NASA Ames Research Center 2020A-0072 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.42

Direct imaging of exoplanets and exozodiacal dust around Alpha Centauri A


Bell, Keaton University of Washington 2020A-0316 CTIO SOAR 2

Solving the orbit of one of the shortest-period binaries known


Bentz, Misty Georgia State University 2020A-0212 LCO 1m 1.6

Reverberation Mapping of the Nearby Seyfert NGC3783


Bentz, Misty Georgia State University 2020A-0212 LCO 2m 2.5

Reverberation Mapping of the Nearby Seyfert NGC3783


Bianconi, Matteo University of Birmingham 2020A-0073 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.2

GMOS Discovery of Kilonova Counterparts to Strongly-lensed Binary Neutron Star (NS-NS) and Neutron Star- Black Hole (NS- BH) Mergers in LIGO/Virgo’s Third Observing Run (O3)


Bostroem, K. Azalee University of California, Davis 2020A-0176 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.31

Progenitors of Type II SUpernovae from Nebular Spectra


Bouma, Luke Princeton University 2020A-0146 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 3

A Search for Transiting Giant Planets Around Young Stars


Bouy, Herve University of Bordeaux, France 2020A-0094 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 6.5

Star formation propagation in large complexes: the star formation history in Upper Scorpius


Bowler, Brendan University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0331 CTIO SOAR 2

Transforming Yields of Direct Imaging Planet Searches with Young Accelerating Stars


Bowler, Brendan University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0350 KPNO WIYNQ 2

Transforming Yields of Direct Imaging Planet Searches with Young Accelerating Stars


Boyajian, Tabetha Louisiana State University 2020A-0140 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 4

Follow-up of Candidate Transiting Planets Discovered by Citizen Scientists in TESS Data


Boyajian, Tabetha LSU 2020A-0185 MtWilson CHARA 3 (DD)

Diameters and Temperatures of Main-Sequence FG Stars


Bryan, Marta University of California, Berkeley 2020A-0152 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.21

As the World Turns: Constraining the Origin of Gas Giant Planets using Planetary Spin


Burgasser, Adam University of California, San Diego 2020A-0412 CTIO SOAR 1

X-ray Superflares from L dwarfs: Are they Young or Old?


Caballero-Nieves, Saida Florida Institute of Technology 2020A-0249 GEM-S GEM-SQ 4.15

A Closer look at Be star Multiplicity properties


Cann, Jenna George Mason University 2020A-0019 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.16

The Search for Black Holes in Low Metallicity Dwarf Galaxies: The Power of Gemini GNIRS


Carmichael, Theron Harvard University 2020A-0043 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 2.5

Follow up for brown dwarf candidates from TESS


Cartier, Regis Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2020A-0240 CTIO SOAR 2

Spectroscopy of bright galaxies hosting supernovae from the UltraVISTA SN Survey


Casares, Jorge Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias 2020A-0220 CTIO SOAR 2

Proving a dynamical BH in the historical X-ray transient GRS 1716-249


Chapman, Scott Dalhousie University 2020A-0409 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.25

An F2 survey of MgII and OII in the most massive z=4-5 SPT protocluster galaxies


Chen, Geoff C-F University of California, Davis 2020A-0319 LCO 2m 5.8

High-cadence Lens Monitoring for Time Delay Cosmography


Chen, Tony Yu-Ching University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2020A-0320 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.7

Searching kpc dual AGNs at higher redshift.


Cieplak, Agnieszka NASA-GSFC / CRESST-II / UMBC 2020A-0112 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1.5

Where Are All the Black Holes?


Collins, Karen Center for Astrophysics | Harvard and Smithsonian 2020A-0381 LCO 1m 19

Coordinated Time-series Photometric Follow-up of TESS Planet Candidates


Colon, Knicole NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2019B-0280 KPNO WIYN 0.5

Photometric Characterization of K2 and TESS Exoplanets with WIYN


Coughlin, Michael California Institute of Technology 2020A-0056 LCO 1m 2.4

Identification of optical counterparts to gravitational-wave and short gamma-ray burst events using LCO


Coughlin, Michael California Institute of Technology 2020A-0056 LCO 2m 2.3

Identification of optical counterparts to gravitational-wave and short gamma-ray burst events using LCO


Couperus, Andrew Georgia State University 2020A-0178 CTIO 0.9m 1

A Search for Rotation Rates of M Dwarf Twin Binaries


Crossfield, Ian Kansas University 2020A-0077 KPNO WIYNQ 0.38

Diving in: Confirming small planets in the APF deep field with NEID


Crossfield, Ian Kansas University 2020A-0269 KPNO WIYNQ 0.85

Spin-Orbit Alignment of a 2.6R_E sub-Neptune Orbiting a V=6.9 mag Star


Davis, Brian Pennsylvania State University 2020A-0301 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.07

Massive Progenitors in Old Populations: Constraining Models of AGB Stellar Evolution


Debes, John Space Telescope Science Institute 2020A-0020 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.8

Discovering new white dwarf-brown dwarf binaries


Do, Tuan University of California, Los Angeles 2020A-0232 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3.7

Galactic Center Adaptive Optics Spectroscopic Survey


Dupuy, Trent Gemini Observatory North 2020A-0031 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.08

Calibrating Fundamental M-Dwarf Relations at Optical Wavelengths


Espaillat, Catherine Boston University 2020A-0231 LCO 1m 2.3

Tracing the star-disk connection in accreting, pre-main-sequence stars


Esplin, Taran University of Arizona 2020A-0005 CTIO 4m 3

Characterizing a New Young Nearby Association


Evans, Nancy Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2018B-0039 MtWilson CHARA 1

The Dynamical Mass of Polaris, the Nearest Cepheid: The Periastron Campaign


Fan, Xiaohui University of Arizona 2020A-0074 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.3

Weighing the most massive accreting black holes at cosmic noon


Ferguson, Peter Texas A & M University 2020A-0280 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.6

Probing the Dynamical Structure of Sagittarius


Ferguson, Annette University of Edinburgh 2020A-0393 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.34

Globular Clusters in Dwarf Galaxies: The Exceptional Case of IKN


Flagg, Laura Rice University 2020A-0183 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.42

Direct Detection of the Substellar Companion to AS 205A


Foley, Ryan University of California, Santa Cruz 2020A-0293 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.8

Ultra-Rapid UV Spectroscopy of an Interacting Supernova Discovered by TES


Foley, Ryan University of California, Santa Cruz 2020A-0334 LCO 1m 9.4

Young Supernova Experiment


Foley, Ryan University of California, Santa Cruz 2020A-0334 LCO 2m-TOO 1.8

Young Supernova Experiment


Follette, Katherine Amherst College/Five College Astronomy Department 2020A-0296 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.3

Characterization of the HD142527B Orbit and Circumsecondary Environment with the Gemini Planet Imager


Gerdes, David University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2020A-0266 CTIO 4m 4

New Horizons Kuiper Belt Extended Mission Target Search 2020 and Beyond


Gosnell, Natalie Colorado College 2020A-0223 KPNO WIYN 2.5

Clusters with K2: systematics from membership and binarity


Graham, Melissa L. University of Washington 2020A-0084 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.36

Constraining the Fraction of Type Ia Supernovae with Non-Degenerate Companions


Grant, Sierra Boston University 2020A-0136 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.05

Accretion onto Intermediate-mass Stars


Green, Paul Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2020A-0052 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.851

Changing-Look Quasars: Radical Changes in Accretion Rate?


Gupta, Arvind Pennsylvania State University 2020A-0400 KPNO WIYNQ 2.7

Radial Velocity Follow-up Observations of TESS Single-Transit Events


Hartman, Joel Princeton University 2020A-0141 LCO 1m 27

Confirming and Characterizing Transiting Planets From HAT+TESS with LCO


Hartman, Joel Princeton University 2020A-0141 LCO 2m 2.5

Confirming and Characterizing Transiting Planets From HAT+TESS with LCO


Hebb, Leslie Hobart and William Smith Colleges 2020A-0365 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.34

Measuring masses of the unequal mass pre-main sequence eclipsing binary, MML 48


Herbst, William Wesleyan University 2020A-0214 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.72

Infrared Spectroscopy of a Binary T Tauri Embedded in a Precessing Circumbinary Ring


Hom, Justin Arizona State University 2020A-0250 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.24

GPI Deep Imaging of the Newly Resolved HD 98363 Disk


Howell, Steve NASA Ames Research Center 2020A-0044 KPNO WIYNQ 4

Validation and Characterization of TESS Exoplanets


Howell, Steve NASA Ames Research Center 2020A-0047 GEM-S GEM-SQ 7

Validation and Characterization of TESS Exoplanets


Ilha, Gabriele S. Universidade Federal de Santa Maria 2020A-0151 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.396

Probing the gas kinematics of the inner region of Red Geysers


Jaffe, Daniel University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0109 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.16

Young Substellar Objects at High Spectral Resolution


Jha, Saurabh Rutgers University 2020A-0132 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.13

Spectroscopy of Type Iax Supernovae


Jha, Saurabh Rutgers University 2020A-0138 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.8

SIRAH: Supernovae in the Infrared avec Hubble


Jimenez-Teja, Yolanda Observatorio Nacional Brazil 2020A-0411 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.48

Unveiling the Origin of Fossil Groups with Gemini-XMM-HST


Kalas, Paul University of California, Berkeley 2020A-0370 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.24

Testing the hypothesis that stellar flybys in a young cluster environment influence the architectures of planetary systems.


Kelley, Michael University of Maryland 2020A-0378 LCO 1m 2.1

Outburst Discovery for Interstellar Object 2I/Borisov


Kilic, Mukremin University of Oklahoma, Norman 2020A-0007 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.53

Two new Double-Lined Double White Dwarfs


Kilic, Mukremin University of Oklahoma, Norman 2020A-0009 GEM-S GEM-SQ 3.35

The White Dwarf Mass Distribution


Kilpatrick, Charles University of California, Santa Cruz 2020A-0196 LCO 1m 1.3

Constraining Supernova Progenitor Systems with the LCO Global Telescope Network


Kilpatrick, Charles University of California, Santa Cruz 2020A-0196 LCO 2m 0.8

Constraining Supernova Progenitor Systems with the LCO Global Telescope Network


Kilpatrick, Charles University of California, Santa Cruz 2020A-0217 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.3

Identifying the Progenitors of Astrophysical Transients


Kochanek, Chris Ohio State University 2020A-0126 LCO 1m 10

A Systematic Study of A Complete Sample of Massive Star Explosions from ASAS-SN


Kotulla, Ralf University of Wisconsin, Madison 2020A-0167 CTIO 4m 3

Giant-Dwarf galaxy interactions as channel of galaxy pre-processing in groups


Kraus, Adam University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0330 KPNO WIYNQ 4

Unveiling the Impact of Binary Stars on Planet Occurrence with Gaia


Kraus, Adam University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0343 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.52

Unveiling the Impact of Binary Stars on Planet Occurrence with Gaia


Kruszynska, K. Univeristy of Warsaw 2020A-0182 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.75

Microlensing black holes and their masses from Gaia


Kunder, Andrea Saint Martin's University 2020A-0368 SSO AAT 2

Confirming a kiloparsec-scale nuclear ring in the Milky Way


Li, Ting Carnegie Observatories 2020A-0294 SSO AAT 3

A ``Broken" Stream Induced by Dark Matter Subhalo Perturbations?


Ligi, Roxanne INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Brera 2020A-0172 MtWilson CHARA 5

VEGA/CHARA follow-up of TESS transiting exoplanets host stars


Line, Mike Arizona State University 2020A-0133 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.42

Characterizing the Atmosphere of a Canonical Hot Jupiter with High Resoluton Cross-Correlation Spectroscopy


Lowenthal, James Smith College 2020A-0085 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.1

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


Luhman, Kevin Pennsylvania State University 2020A-0051 CTIO 4m 3

Toward a Complete Census of Stars in Upper Scorpius


Luhman, Kevin Pennsylvania State University 2020A-0066 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.48

Toward a Complete Census of Brown Dwarfs in Upper Sco


Mace, Gregory University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0110 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.69

Crossing the Substellar Boundary at 25Myr in Beta Pictoris


Macgregor, Meredith Carnegie Institution for Science 2020A-0272 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1

A Search for Circumstellar and Interstellar Gas in The HD 15115 System


Mann, Andrew University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 2020A-0028 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.5

How often are planet-forming disks aligned with their host stars?


Mazoyer, Johan Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2020A-0200 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.55

Scattering properties of two newly imaged Sco-Cen Disks


McCully, Curtis Las Cumbres Observatory 2020A-0201 GEM-S GEM-SQ 3.13

Optical to IR Observations of the Next Kilonovae


Meech, Karen University of Hawaii 2020A-0175 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.35

Characterizing the Orbit of 2I/Borisov -- Searching for Non-gravitational Accelerations


Millar-Blanchaer, Max California Institute of Technology 2020A-0306 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.13

Clarifying the true nature of CS Cha b/B


Miller, Adam Northwestern University 2020A-0277 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.3

A Rapid Resonse to the Youngest ZTF Explosions


Molina, Mallory Montana State University 2020A-0134 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.65

Confirming the First Sample of Wandering Black Holes in Dwarf Galaxies


Moskovitz, Nicholas Lowell Observattory 2020A-0165 CTIO SOAR 3

The Mission Accessible Near-Earth Object Survey (MANOS)


Muller-Sanchez, Francisco University of Memphis 2020A-0291 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.59

Dissecting AGN feedback: mapping the extraordinary energy-conserving outflow in the NLSy1 IRAS17020+4544 with GMOS IFU spectroscopy


Mura Guzm�n, Aldo Australian National University 2020A-0098 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.84

Constraining CEMP progenitor Nucleosynthesis Using Fluorine


MüLler, Oliver University of Strasbourg 2020A-0070 CTIO 4m 2

The complete Cen A dwarf galaxy survey


Narayan, Gautham University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 2020A-0263 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.4

We Catch on Fast: Probing the Early Rise of Exotic Transients with Gemini Spectroscopy


Nielsen, Eric Stanford University 2020A-0367 LCO 1m 4

Orbits of Moving Group Binaries: Constaining the Ages of Planet-Hosting Moving Groups with LCO/NRES radial velocities


Nielsen, Eric Stanford University 2020A-0375 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.15

Orbits of Moving Group Binaries: Constraining the Ages of Planet-Hosting Moving Groups using GPI NRM, Zorro, 'Alopeke, and IGRINS


Nisak, Azmain Georgia State University 2020A-0351 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 5.5

Stellar Jitter at 50 Myr: Establishing Planet Detection Limits and Constraining Giant Planet Migration Theories


Nitta, Atsuko Gemini Observatory North 2020A-0154 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3

Towards better understanding of convection and neutrino production in stellar interior


Orton, Glenn Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2020A-0177 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.69

High-resolution 3-dimensional near-infrared mapping of Jupiter's evolving aerosol structure during the Juno mission PJ26-PJ28


Peng, Eric Peking University 2020A-0353 CTIO 4m 5

An H-alpha survey of the NGC 4636 galaxy group


Placco, Vinicius University of Notre Dame 2020A-0032 CTIO 4m 5

Identification of Low-Metallicity Stars from Narrow-Band Photometry


Prato, Lisa Lowell Observatory 2020A-0078 CTIO 4m 2

Is There Star Formation in the Aquila Rift?


Puzia, Thomas H. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 2020A-0287 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.56

The GeMS/GSAOI Galactic Globular Cluster Survey (G4CS)


Quinn, Sam Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2020A-0390 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 10

Characterization of TESS planet hosts with CHIRON


Rector, Travis University of Alaska Anchorage 2020A-0147 CTIO 4m 1

Astrolab Legacy Imaging


Rho, Jeonghee SETI Institute/NASA Ames Research Center 2020A-0211 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.92

A Campaign to Observe CO and Dust Formation in Nearby Core-Collapse Supernovae


Richardson, Noel Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 2020A-0054 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 3

eta Carinae 2020: The Best-Observed Periastron Passage Yet


Richardson, Noel Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 2020A-0227 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 2.43

The Current Dusty Outburst of the Long-Period Binary WR125


Richey-Yowell, Tyler Arizona State University 2020A-0093 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 1.6

The K Dwarf Advantage: Assessing the Habitability of Planets Orbiting K Stars with HST UV and Ground-based Ca II and H(alpha)


Riffel, Rogemar Andre Johns Hopkins University 2020A-0037 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.36

Tracing Hot Molecular Outflows in Nearby Galaxies


Rodriguez, Joseph Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2020A-0131 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 4

Confirmation and Characterization of Dynamically Young Jupiters to Understand Giant Planet Migration


Roediger, Joel Herzberg Astronomy & Astrophysics Research Centre 2020A-0410 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.574

The formation epochs and timescales of dwarf galaxies in clusters


Roy, Arpita California Institute of Technology 2020A-0233 KPNO WIYNQ 1.5

Direct Detection of Reflected Light from 51 Pegasi b


Ryde, Nils Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics 2020A-0062 GEM-S GEM-SQ 3.23

Chemical Characterization of Giants in the Galactic Center


Salinas, Ricardo Gemini Observatory North 2020A-0090 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.67

Searching for multiple stellar populations in the only Galactic intermediate-age globular cluster


Sand, David University of Arizona 2020A-0065 LCO 1m 4

Discovery and Follow-up of Optical Counterparts to Gravitational Wave Events: A Las Cumbres Observatory Key Project


Sand, David University of Arizona 2020A-0065 LCO 2m 3.3

Discovery and Follow-up of Optical Counterparts to Gravitational Wave Events: A Las Cumbres Observatory Key Project


Sandquist, Eric San Diego State University 2020A-0379 MtWilson CHARA 3

Precise Ages from Masses - Bright Resolved Binaries in Praesepe and Coma Ber Clusters


Sarotsakulchai, Thawicharat National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand 2020A-0397 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 3

The observations and investigations on active contact binaries


Sheppard, Scott Carnegie Institution of Washington 2020A-0394 CTIO 4m 3

A Uniform Survey for Extreme Trans-Neptunian Objects


Shporer, Avi Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2020A-0125 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 3

Radial Velocity Confirmation of TESS Warm Jupiter Candidates


Siverd, Robert Gemini Observatory North 2020A-0391 MtWilson CHARA 1

Mass and radius determination of a bright eclipsing giant system with CHARA


Soraisam, Monika National Optical Astronomy Observatory 2017A-0281 CTIO 4m 5

Time Domain Imaging of Archetypical Galaxies


Spolaor, Sarah West Virginia University 2020A-0285 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.8

Finding the hosts of localized FRBs


Stassun, Keivan Vanderbilt University 2020A-0270 GEM-N GEM-N-SVC 0.34

Detailed Chemical Abundances of Planet-hosting Wide Binaries


Stefansson, Gudmundur Pennsylvania State University 2020A-0392 KPNO WIYNQ 0.8

Rossiter-McLaughlin Measurements of the Young Neptune K2-100b


Strausbaugh, Robert University of the Virgin Islands 2020A-0210 LCO 1m 0.9

Searching for Signals from the First Stars


Tejos, Nicolas Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 2020A-0239 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.5

Rapid Imaging and Spectroscopic Follow-up of Fast Radio Bursts


Terreran, Giacomo Northwestern University 2020A-0197 CTIO SOAR 4

Unveiling the nature of interacting supernovae


Thanathibodee, T University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 2020A-0303 LCO 1m 1.1

Characterizing the Photometric Variability of the Proto-planet Host Star PDS70


Tofflemire, Benjamin University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0321 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.85

The Empirical Mass-Radius Relation from 10 to 600 Myr


Treu, Tommaso University of California, Los Angeles 2020A-0235 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.66

A reverberation mapping black hole mass measurement at z=2.82


Troja, Eleonora University of Maryland 2020A-0295 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.96

Off-axis afterglows from compact binary mergers


Troja, Eleonora University of Maryland 2020A-0318 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.5

Mapping the diversity of neutron star mergers with rapid Gemini observations of short gamma-ray bursts


Valenti, Stefano University of California, Davis 2020A-0186 LCO 1m 23

The Global Supernova Project


Valenti, Stefano University of California, Davis 2020A-0186 LCO 2m 3

The Global Supernova Project


Vallely, Patrick Ohio State University 2018B-0110 LCO 1m 6

Multi-Band Photometric Monitoring of Bright TESS Supernovae Discovered by ASAS-SN


Vayner, Andrey Johns Hopkins University 2020A-0228 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.375

Extreme quasar feedback at the peak of the galaxy formation epoch


Venuti, Laura NASA Ames Research Center 2020A-0299 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.1

Early stellar multiplicity and protoplanetary disk dynamics in the Lagoon Nebula region


Vivas, Kathy Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2020A-0058 CTIO 4m 4

Is Crater II disrupting?


Vos, Johanna American Museum of Natural History 2020A-0221 GEM-S GEM-SQ 2.02

Mapping Atmospheric Structures in Brown Dwarfs


Vrijmoet, Eliot Halley Georgia State University 2020A-0382 CTIO SOAR 1.5

Orbital Architectures of M Dwarf Binaries


Walter, Frederick Stony Brook University 2020A-0080 LCO 1m 1

Photometry of Intermediate-age post-Novae


Wang, Luqian Georgia State University 2020A-0169 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 2.1

The physical properties of massive, rapidly-rotating Be stars with hot subdwarf companions


Wang, Sharon Xuesong Carnegie Institution for Science 2020A-0255 KPNO WIYNQ 3.7

RVxTESS: Characterizing Stellar Activity on M dwarfs with Simultaneous TESS and NEID Observations


Wang, Lifan Texas A & M University 2020A-0335 CTIO 4m 9.5

A Transient Survey with DECam and DESI


Weinberger, Alycia Carnegie Institution of Washington 2020A-0284 GEM-S GEM-SQ 0.56

Studying Disk Evolution in Upper Scorpius


Winkler, P Frank Middlebury College 2020A-0160 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.58

Velocity Broadening for a Large Sample of M83 Supernova Remnants


Winters, Jennifer Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics 2020A-0174 GEM-N GEM-NQ 2.15

Searching the Nearby M Dwarfs for Stellar Companions at Solar System Separations


Wold, Isak NASA Goddard Space Flight Center 2020A-0204 GEM-N GEM-NQ 3.5

Was Reionization Inhomogeneous at Redshift 7?


Wong, Ian Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2020A-0194 CTIO 1.5m-SVC 3

Exploring the desert: Precise radial velocity confirmation of TESS sub- Saturn candidates


Wong, Michael University of California, Berkeley 2020A-0309 GEM-N GEM-NQ 0.75

Time-Critical M-band Mapping of Jupiter --- Synergy with Juno, Hubble, VLA, Keck, and IRTF


Woodward, Chick University of Minnesota 2020A-0018 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.24

The Late Epoch Evolution of Two Unusual Novae: V1047Cen and V3890Sgr


Wu, Ya-Lin University of Texas, Austin 2020A-0243 GEM-N GEM-NQ 1.34

Variability of Mass Accretion onto a Planet-mass Companion


Yang, Jinyi University of Arizona 2020A-0289 GEM-S GEM-SQ 1.25

Exploring Reionization-era Quasars: A Complete Near-IR Spectroscopic Survey of z>~6.5 Quasar Sample


Zenteno, Alfredo Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory 2020A-0399 CTIO 4m 18

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