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GPI at 2016 SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation

GPI is here at the SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation conference in Edinburgh, Scotland to talk exoplanets and engineering with our colleagues around the world. We have had talks and posters by GPIES team members on topics from AO ...

Hello from AAS!

Happy new year, Internet! I'm starting off the year at the 225th meeting of the American Astronomical Society. It's an annual conference where all the professional astronomers in the United States get together and talk about space! There's been some ...

One Year Anniversary, part 2

To follow up to Jason's post, here's a photo of our summit team today - much reduced in numbers here in person from a year ago, but this is just the tip of the GPI team iceberg, and we were ...

One Year Anniversary

One year ago, GPI saw its first starlight on the night of November 11-12, 2013. In the year since that, the GPI team has been very busy. We've detected our first exoplanet, had a series of commissioning runs, took the SPIE ...

Gemini, GPI, and a new friend

The GPIES Exoplanet Survey has begun!  But that's a different post.  For now, here are some photos of these great beautiful machines.  As we came up to the domes after dinner tonight, we had a visitor overhead, circling around and, ...

GPI at SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation

Members of the GPI team recently attended the biennial SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation conference. This time it was in Montreal at the end of June, and you can check out #SPIEastro to find out more about the general topics ...

GPI First light: That someday… is Monday night.

For the last, oh, ten years or so I've been working on building a camera to take pictures of planets around distant stars, been lucky enough to be part of a team of the best damn astronomers I'm privileged to ...

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