2019B Science Program

Green Bank Observatory 2019B Science Program

A total of 68 proposals requesting NSF funded “open skies” time were submitted to the Green Bank Observatory’s Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope (GBT) for the February 1, 2019 semester 19B deadline . The table below summarizes the approved observing programs. Listed are the PI name, proposal ID, proposal title, maximum hours approved and proposal type (Regular, Triggered, Large or External). Proposals from previous semesters that were awarded time in the 19B semester are included. The table also includes HSA and GMVA proposals that were awarded time on the GBT as a VLBI station as well as proposal accepted via external agreements with CHANDRA, Hubble Space Telescope, FERMI and Swift.

For each approved program, the Proposal Finder Tool will have access to its author, title, abstract and total approved hours.

A description of the Time Allocation Committee report for 19B can be found at 2019b Proposal Call Results.

PIIDTitleHrs.Type
Anderson, L.GBT18B-014The GBT Diffuse Ionized Gas Survey (GDIGS)120Large
Andreon, S.GBT19B-003A intermediate mass cluster kept at the
epoch of entropy growth
15Regular
Battistelli, E.GBT19B-095MUSTANG2 SZ study of the filamentary
structure between cluster pair A401-A399
66Regular
Beasley, A.GBT17B-131GBT Observations of 36 GHz Methonal Masers
Towards the Galactic Center
24Regular
Bonsall, A.GBT19A-374Drift Scan Survey for Pulsars, FRBs, Radio Transients,
and Gas in Galaxies
202.5Large
Bonsall, A.GBT19A-474Drift Scan Survey for Pulsars, FRBs, Radio Transients,
and Gas in Galaxies
180Regular
Brodwin, M.GBT19B-200MUSTANG-2 Observations of MaDCoWS, the Most
Massive Galaxy Clusters at z > 1
105Regular
Butterfield, N.GBT19B-190A Search for Molecules Entrained in the Fermi Bubble Wind81Regular
Chantzos, J.GBT19B-096The first steps of Interstellar Phosphorus Chemistry40Regular
Cho, I.GMVA19B-147Resolving the counter-jet of 3C 84 at 3 mm
with GMVA+ALMA
7Regular
Darling, J.GBT19B-203Toward Direct Measurement
of the Cosmological Acceleration
20Regular
DeCesar, M.GBT19B-229The Emission Geometry of a Radio-Loud Analog
to the Magnificent Seven
6Regular
Deller, A.VLBA19A-154Characterizing Neutron Star Mergers with
VLBI Afterglow Observations
104Triggered
Demorest, P.GBT18B-226The North American Nanohertz Observatory
for Gravitational Waves
78Large
Deneva, J.GBT19B-236Eleven Steep-Spectrum Millisecond Pulsar Candidates
in the Galactic Center Bulge
59Regular
Dupuis, C.GBT19B-206GBT-COS-Dwarfs: Connecting the CGM to the
HI Disks in Dwarf Galaxies
56Regular
Fonseca, E.GBT19B-234Timing and Three-Body Integration of the
Pulsar Triple System in Messier 4
2.25Regular
Fonseca, E.GBT19B-235Continued Timing of Two GBNCC Pulsars in
Relativistic Binary Systems
3Regular
Fuente, A.GBT19B-082Dust and gas evolution in the prototypical starless
cores TMC1-CP and TMC1-C
4Regular
Galaz, G.GBT19A-326Detecting molecular gas in the giant low surface
brightness galaxy Malin 1
31Regular
Ginsburg, A.GBT19B-154MUSTANG Galactic Plane survey: The inner Galaxy30Regular
Haqq-Misra, J.GBT19B-033Observing Earth's Radio Leakage from Lunar Reflections48Regular
Howk, J. C.GBT19B-160Project AMIGA: The Circumgalactic Medium
of M31 — Probing the inner halo
60Regular
Issaoun, S.GMVA19B-212Sharpening the Source Model for Sgr A*
with GMVA+ALMA
10Regular
Karunakaran, A.GBT19B-144The HI content of Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies in SMUDGes138Regular
Kepley, A.GBT17B-151Extragalactic GBT+ARGUS Gas Density Survey85.5Large
Kim, J.GMVA19B-233Imaging Jet and Magnetic Field near
the Spinning SMBH in M87
14Regular
Koch, E.GBT19B-221Dense Gas Formation through a Spiral Arm41Regular
Kramer, M.GBT19B-199Timing and General Relativity in the Double Pulsar System101Regular
Leiter, K.GBT19A-297Recognizing Megamaser Galaxies from
X-Ray Spectral Surveys – copy
3Regular
McGuire, B.GBT19B-047Continuing An Extremely Deep GBT Survey of TMC-1396Large
McGuire, B.GBT19B-116Continuing A GBT Census of Aromatic
Molecules Outside TMC-1
94.5Regular
Murphy, E.GBT19B-012MUSTANG-2 SFRS: 3mm Maps of Star Formation
in Nearby Galaxies
25Regular
Orienti, M.VLBA19A-005Unveiling the particle acceleration regions
in two X-ray emitting hotspots
12Regular
Oxholm, T.GBT19B-239Calibration sources for the Tianlai 21 cm Polar Cap Survey3.75Regular
Ransom, S.GBT19B-263Continued Timing of a Millisecond Pulsar
in a Stellar Triple System
50Regular
Ransom, S.GBT19B-264Long Term Timing of 59 Recycled Pulsars
in Bulge Globular Clusters
75Regular
Schmiedeke, A.GBT19B-182Testing the dissipation of turbulence in dense cores15Regular
Seymour, A.GBT19B-228Exploring the Burst Structures of FRB121102
at High Frequencies
28Regular
Singal, J.GBT19A-083How Bright is the Radio Sky?
A 310 MHz Absolute Map
0Regular
Spekkens, K.GBT18B-246Atomic Gas in the Host Galaxies
of Gravitational Wave Events
20Triggered
Spingola, C.G19A001Confirming the first detection of a merging dual
SMBH system at high-z
14Regular
Stinebring, D.GBT19B-170Pulsar Scintillation Arcs – An L-band Follow-up
to Previous GBT Detections
19.5Regular
Straal, S.GBT19B-063Confirming the pulsar that formed PWN G141.2+5.04Regular
Svoboda, B.GBT19B-253GBT-JVLA-ammonia and ALMA-dust measure
the origins of the IMF
3.25Regular
Swiggum, J.GBT17B-325Continuing the GBT All-Sky 350-MHz Pulsar Survey230Large
Williams, G.GBT19B-169Interaction of two IRDC hubs: A complete
evolutionary study of the SDC13 region
3Regular