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(no punctuation; separate with spaces) Text search the program Title. Matches all words. Write !word to reject results that contain it
(Name of Target) Enter a target name here. If you don't Resolve the target name into a co-ordinate search, this will do a search on the target name as specified in the phase-II. Be aware that observers sometimes use a different target name to what you expect - this is only really useful if you set up the Phase-II, or otherwise know exactly what target name was used. If you set a Name Resolver and click resolve, we will fetch co-ordinates of your target from the resolver specified and then the search will disregard the target name and search only by co-ordinates. Note that the name resolvers will not work solar system bodies.

Searches on the target name are not case sensitive, and you can use the * character as a wildcard - for example mrk* will find e.g. Mrk42, and *io* will find e.g. Io, Io.eph, Orion, etc.

(Name Resolver) Choose a Name Resolver and click the resolve button to attempt to find the co-ordinates of your named source. If the form has both a target name and co-ordinates, the search will disregard the target name. Note: The name resolvers will only work for objects outside the solar system, there's no capability for meaningful use with moving objects, for example planets.
(HH:MM:SS.ss or decimal degrees) Right Ascension. You can use HH:MM:SS[.ss...] or decimal degrees. In either case you can specify a single value or a range, eg 11:22:33 - 12:34:56. If you enter a single value, also see the Search Radius field.
([+-]DD:MM:SS.ss or decimal degrees) Declination. You can use [+|-]DD:MM:SS[.ss...] or decimal degrees. In either case you can specify a single value or a range, eg 11:22:33 - 12:34:56 or -65:43:21 - -12:34:56. If you enter a single value, also see the Search Radius field.
(arcsecs or decimal degrees) Search radius in arcseconds, unless you specify "d" or "degs" to make it decimal degrees. i.e. 180 means 180 arcseconds, 10degs or 10d means 10 degrees.
If RA and/or dec has been given as a single value (as opposed to a range), this specifies the size of the box around it to search. This is actually a simple search in a square box (in the tangent plane), not a true cone search. Strange things may happen near the poles.

(Select data by processing state) You can select raw data, reduced data, or processed calibrations. We only guarantee the presence of RAW data, reduced data and processed calibrations are mostly on a best efforts basis.
(bibliography code of related publication) Search for data related to a publication by it's bibliography code.
(click to show / hide) Click where it says "Advanced Options" to show or hide the advanced options. (click to show / hide) Click where it says "Column Selection" to show or hide the panel that lets you choose the columns to be shown in the results. You need to click on 'Search' to apply the changes
(no punctuation; separate with spaces) Matches all words. Write !word to reject results that contain it
(or Obs. ID / Data Label. Exact Match) You can put a program ID, Observation ID or Data Label into this box. The search will be for an exact match to what you put in, substring type matches are not provided. Example: GN-2001A-Q-1
(YYYYMMDD or start - end) You can specify either an individual date in the form YYYYMMDD, or a date range in the form yyyymmdd - YYYYMMDD. Examples: 20101231 or 20100101 - 20100131. Note that this searches for data taken on the UTC date specified, and that Gemini South observing nights span two UTC dates.
(Select GMOS for GMOS-N and GMOS-S) Select the instrument you are looking for data from.
(help) Select an Observation Class here, or set it to Any to not search by Observation Class.
(help) Select an Observation Type here, or set it to Any to not search by Observation Type.
(Imaging / Spectroscopy etc) Select Imaging or various Spectroscopy modes here. Spectroscopy implies all spectroscopic modes. Note that not all instruments support all these modes, such searches will return no results.
(help) Select data did or did not use Adaptive Optics, or that used specifically LGS or NGS AO.

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Key: [P] to preview an image of the data in your browser. [D] to download that one file. [A] to see program Abstract and PI / Co-I details. [L] to see observing Log entries. Use the check boxes to select a subset of the results to download, or if available a download all link is at the end of the table. Click the filename to see the full header in a new tab. Click anything else to add that to your search criteria. You can also save these results as JSON.

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Download Filename Qual Data Label UT Date Time Inst Class Type Object WaveBand ExpT QA
S20160806S0192.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-8-001 2016-08-06 07:12:22 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT LTT9491 g 2.00 Usable
S20160806S0193.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-8-002 2016-08-06 07:14:23 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT LTT9491 g 20.00 Usable
S20160806S0194.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-8-003 2016-08-06 07:17:13 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT LTT9491 g 2.00 Usable
S20160806S0195.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-8-004 2016-08-06 07:20:22 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT LTT9491 g 2.00 Usable
S20160806S0196.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-9-001 2016-08-06 07:23:11 GMOS-S partnerCal OBJECT LTT9491 R400 : 0.600 121.00 Usable
S20160806S0197.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-9-002 2016-08-06 07:26:14 GMOS-S partnerCal FLAT GCALflat R400 : 0.600 1.00 Usable
S20160807S0160.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-17-001 2016-08-07 08:26:49 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT VMa2 g 2.00 Undefined
S20160807S0161.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-17-002 2016-08-07 08:28:53 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT VMa2 g 20.00 Undefined
S20160807S0162.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-17-003 2016-08-07 08:30:37 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT VMa2 g 2.00 Undefined
S20160807S0163.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-17-004 2016-08-07 08:31:48 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT VMa2 g 2.00 Undefined
S20160807S0164.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-17-005 2016-08-07 08:33:28 GMOS-S acqCal OBJECT VMa2 g 2.00 Undefined
S20160807S0165.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-18-001 2016-08-07 08:35:22 GMOS-S partnerCal OBJECT VMa2 R400 : 0.600 60.00 Pass
S20160807S0166.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-18-002 2016-08-07 08:36:57 GMOS-S partnerCal FLAT GCALflat R400 : 0.600 1.00 Pass
S20160807S0167.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-18-003 2016-08-07 08:37:36 GMOS-S partnerCal OBJECT VMa2 R400 : 0.530 60.00 Pass
S20160807S0168.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-18-004 2016-08-07 08:39:10 GMOS-S partnerCal FLAT GCALflat R400 : 0.530 2.00 Pass
S20160807S0302.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-10-001 2016-08-07 12:29:56 GMOS-S dayCal ARC CuAr ⚓↑ R400 : 0.530 45.00 Undefined
S20160807S0303.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-10-002 2016-08-07 12:31:18 GMOS-S dayCal ARC CuAr ⚓↑ R400 : 0.600 45.00 Undefined
S20161031S0008.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-11-002 2016-10-30 23:15:25 GMOS-S dayCal OBJECT Twilight R400 : 0.530 10.00 Pass
S20161031S0009.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-11-003 2016-10-30 23:17:18 GMOS-S dayCal OBJECT Twilight R400 : 0.530 15.00 Pass
S20161031S0011.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-11-005 2016-10-30 23:21:23 GMOS-S dayCal OBJECT Twilight R400 : 0.600 40.00 Pass
S20161105S0053.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-21-001 2016-11-05 02:53:07 GMOS-S science OBJECT GRB161104A r 120.00 Pass
S20161105S0054.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-21-002 2016-11-05 02:55:45 GMOS-S science OBJECT GRB161104A r 120.00 Pass
S20161105S0055.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-21-003 2016-11-05 02:58:24 GMOS-S science OBJECT GRB161104A r 120.00 Pass
S20161105S0056.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-21-004 2016-11-05 03:01:02 GMOS-S science OBJECT GRB161104A r 120.00 Pass
S20161105S0057.fits [A] GS-2016B-Q-28-21-005 2016-11-05 03:03:41 GMOS-S science OBJECT GRB161104A r 120.00 Pass
S20161105S0058.fits [A] [L] GS-2016B-Q-28-21-006 2016-11-05 03:06:19 GMOS-S science OBJECT GRB161104A r 120.00 Pass
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