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While the state-of-the-art spectrometer is being developed, the NASA-NSF partnership has established an exoplanet-related Guest Observer research program on the WIYN telescope including existing instrumentation at WIYN. Call for proposals are issued by NOAO and due on the normal semester schedule - Deadlines are the last day in September for the following “A” semester (February 1 – July 31) and the last day in March for the following “B” semester (August 1 – January 31). Proposal submission information can be found at https://noirlab.edu/science/observing-noirlab/proposals/call-for-proposals. NASA plans to provide modest funding to selected PIs to cover partial cost of travel, observation, data analysis and publication.

• Call for NASA Exoplanet GO Proposals

WIYN schedule for approved programs

• Selected proposals pre-2022B: 2022A, 2021B (below), 2021A, 2020B, 2020A, 2019B, 2019A, 2018B, 2018A, 2017B, 2017A, 2016B, 2016A, 2015B

2021B GO Awards

# PI Institution Instrument Title
1 Corey Beard University of California, Irvine NEID Characterizing a Young, Nearby Multi-Planet System with NEID and TESS
2 Corey Beard University of California, Irvine NEID Simultaneous Observations of Kepler Objects With TESS and NEID
3 Lynn Carter University of Arizona NEID High-resolution spectroscopy of Venus\s mysterious ultraviolet absorber
4 Paul Wilson Cauley University of Colorado at Boulder NEID KELT-20 b: an ultra-hot Jupiter with retrograde spin?
5 Jiayin Dong Pennsylvania State University NEID Mass Measurements of the Young Giant Planet TOI-1268b
6 Lauren Doyle University of Warwick NEID Characterising star-planet architectures and stellar variability with NEID observations
7 Shubham Kanodia Pennsylvania State University NEID Exploring the M dwarf exoplanet Mass-Radius Relationship with NEID and TESS
8 Andrea Lin Pennsylvania State University NEID Searching for Nearby Exoplanets Around K-dwarfs with NEID
9 Jack Lubin University of California - Irvine NEID Rossiter-McLaughlin Measurements of a Transiting Terrestrial Planet orbiting HD 219134
10 Suvrath Mahadevan Pennsylvania State University NEID NEID GTO
11 Larissa Nofi Aerospace Corporation NEID Characterization of RV Scatter in Pre-Main Sequence Systems
12 Sam Quinn Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics NEID The hottest rocky planet from TESS
13 Paul Robertson University of California - Irvine NEID Multi-Wavelength Doppler Spectroscopy of M dwarfs with Bright Starspots
14 Arpita Roy Space Telescope Science Institute NEID Benchmarking (epsilon) Eridani: Planet Searches in the Realm of Detailed Chromatic Activity Characterization
15 Angelle Tanner Mississippi State University NEID Radial Velocity Follow Up of Exoplanet Candidates Orbiting Cool Low Mass Stars Identified With TESS
16 Shreyas Vissapragada California Institute of Technology NEID The Atmospheric and Dynamical Evolution of a Sub-Neptune Progenitor
17 Shreyas Vissapragada California Institute of Technology NEID What is the Mass-Loss Rate of the Tidally-Decaying Hot Jupiter WASP-12b?
18 Duncan Wright University of Queensland NEID Resolving stellar activity surface features of quiescent stars with eclipsing binaries
19 Samuel Yee Princeton University NEID The TESS Grand Unified Hot Jupiter Survey
20 Brendan Bowler University of Texas at Austin Other Substellar Companions and Dynamical Masses from Accelerating Stars
21 Kyle Franson University of Texas at Austin Other Optimizing Target Selection of Direct Imaging Planet Campaigns using Accelerating Stars
22 Arvind Gupta Pennsylvania State University Other Radial Velocity Follow-up Observations of TESS Single-Transit Planet Candidates
23 Steve Howell NASA Ames Other Validation and Characterization of TESS Exoplanets with High Resolution Speckle Imagings
24 Adam Kraus University of Texas at Austin Other Unveiling the Impact of Binary Stars on Planet Occurrence with Gaia