The US NGO main goal is to support US Gemini Users in the phases of the astronomical observing cycle, from proposal preparation through data analysis. This page is the main portal to all information needed in the different phases, explaining and connecting to specific Gemini web pages, where users can find definitive contents on instruments and modes. In addition, this page contains tools for data reduction and analysis for the entire Gemini community. All Gemini Users are encouraged to contact us with questions and comments.
Science and Evolution of Gemini Observatory 2018 Conference announced.
Missed the 2018A proposal deadline? Consider fast turnaround. Made the deadline? Expect email by mid-December.
Making a Multi-Object Spectroscopy mask? -- GMMPS v1.4.4 must be launched from a terminal without active AstroConda/Ureka environments, read more here.
The Conda package is now available. Installing AstroConda will automatically include a ready-to-go Gemini v1.14 package. Click here for Instructions.
A new version (v1.14) of the Gemini IRAF package, supporting the new GMOS-N Hamamatsu CCDs, has been released. Please contact the NGO for additional questions.
Phase I/II driving you crazy? Become proactive. A rewrite project has started. Watch fo opportunities to submit input or send email to Bryan Miller at Gemini.
Gemini Science Instruments and data reduction links
Proposal preparation sites
Post-data acquisition sites
Who We Are
David Herrera (herrera_at_noao.edu) collaborates with the NGO. Verne Smith (NOAO Time Allocation Process Manager, vsmith_at_noao.edu), David Bell (dbell_at_noao.edu) and the TAC team collaborate with the NGO on Phase I process and the ITAC process.