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Updated: 26 oct 2016

Ten percent of the available Spitzer observing time is allocated by the SSC Director as Director's Discretionary Time (DDT), and is intended to facilitate observations that address emerging scientific topics or areas missed in the proposal review process. Investigators wishing to request DDT can do so at any time during the year, by using the DDT submission template and procedures described at the proposal submission page.

The inaugural DDT program was the First Look Survey, which provided an early and representative sample of reliable infrared data. A portion of the Director's DDT was allocated to observations made by the Spitzer Fellows. Several hundred hours of DDT have more recently been devoted to the Frontier Fields program.

The primary utilization of additional DDT programs is in support of community-proposed requests that are based on exceptional, time-critical observing opportunities that cannot be accommodated with the regular cycle of Calls for Proposals. Other DDT usages include innovative observations that extend the scientific capabilities of Spitzer, and extraordinary events and opportunities that necessitate -- in the view of the SSC Director -- observations to be obtained with Spitzer for the benefit of the astronomical community.

DDT requests must include:

  • a strong scientific justification;
  • a description of the long-term legacy value of the program;
  • completed Astronomical Observation Requests (AORs), if possible;
  • a justification for why the request was not submitted during the previous Call for Proposals.

A proposal for DDT might be appropriate in cases where a truly unexpected transient phenomenon occurs or when developments since the previous Spitzer proposal deadline make a time-critical observation necessary. Requests for DDT cannot be used to resubmit all or part of a proposal that was rejected by the normal peer review process.

Recognizing the limited lifetimes for major space astronomy facilities, such as the Hubble Space Telescope, the Chandra X-ray Observatory and Spitzer, DDT proposals for rapid follow-up of new discoveries will also be considered. In such cases, the proposing investigator must demonstrate that the observations will provide a critical link in the understanding of the phenomena and that carrying them out quickly is particularly important for planning future observations with major facilities. They should then also indicate their plans for quickly making the scientific community aware of their discoveries, to enable subsequent wider community follow-up.

A request for DDT observations is predicated on the assumption that the proposed observations are urgent, and that the observations will be of interest to the broad scientific community. Therefore, data validation periods for DDT observations will be no more than three months, at which point the data will enter the public domain. The SSC Director reserves the right to make all raw and calibrated data publicly available immediately as a condition for approving a DDT request, particularly where the data involve an unexpected target of opportunity.

Any science data analysis funding awarded to successful DDT proposers is determined using the same formula utilized for funding the current GO cycle.


Click on program user name to view a program's abstract.

Principal Invest. PIDAcceptedProgram User NameProgram Title
A'Hearn, Michael22302/2004 TEMPEL1The Size, Shape, and Albedo of Deep Impact Target 9P/Tempel 1
Abraham, Peter47703/2008 EXLUPA Spitzer study of the extreme outburst of EX Lup
Abraham, Peter52409/2008 ERUPEXLUPSpectral evolution and dust mixing in the recently erupted disk of EXLup
Adkins, Jeff23903/2005 AGN_GLASTAGN Spectral Energy Distributions of GLAST Telescope Network Program Objects
Adkins, Jeff26903/2006 AGN_GLAST_2AGN Spectral Energy Distributions of GLAST Telescope Network Program Objects II
Andrews, Jennifer7020111/2010 SN2010JLA Search for Dust Formation around the Extremely Bright Type IIn SN 2010jl
Andrews, Jennifer8023901/2012 SN2011JADetecting Dust Around the Brightest Type IIP SN of 2011, SN 2011ja
Appleton, Philip110011/2003 ARP9470 Micron Imaging of Arp 94
Ardila, David48505/2008 STELLARATLASThe Spitzer Spectroscopic Stellar Atlas
Bakos, Gaspar29706/2007 HAT-P-2BHAT-P-2b: A Direct Glimpse at the Stormiest Exoplanet
Ballard, Sarah54112/2009 GJ436CThe First Exoplanet Smaller than the Earth
Barlow, Michael23010/2004 SN2002HHFollow-up observations to the SST discovery of dust emission from SN 2002hh in NGC 6946
Bauer, James26501/2006 CENTAUR_2000EC98Observations of the activating Centaur 2000 EC98
Beatty, Thomas8026307/2012 KELT-1B3.6um and 4.5um Secondary Eclipse Observations of the Highly Irradiated Transiting Brown Dwarf KELT-1b
Beichman, Charles22910/2004 GLIESE436_DISKDust around the Planet-bearing M Star Gliese 436
Beichman, Charles52811/2008 HD69830DDTMonitoring the Variability of the HD69830 Zodiacal Cloud
Blackwell, John26803/2006 SF_HI_ZStar Formation in High Redshift Clusters with Spitzer
Botticella, Maria Teresa55006/2010 SN2010DNFollow-up observations of SN 2010dn
Brinkworth, Carolyn52911/2008 SDSS1228DDTDust in the disk around the unique single white dwarf SDSS1228+1040
Brown, Michael22112/2003 MBROWNMeasuring the Size of Objects beyond Pluto
Brown, Michael24505/2005 XENARadiometric determination of albedos of icy bodies
Burgasser, Adam25109/2004 ABURGASSEROld and Cold: Identifying and Characterizing the Coldest Stellar and Substellar Halo Subdwarfs
Burningham, Ben52711/2008 T8_BENCHMARKThe first T8+ benchmark
Campins, Humberto48103/2008 1999JU3Thermal observations of spacecraft target 1999 JU3
Charbonneau, David22709/2004 TRES_1Taking the Temperature of the New Planet TrES-1
Charbonneau, David26110/2005 VERYHOTThermal Emission from the Newest, Closest, and Brightest Transiting Planet
Charbonneau, David46308/2007 BIGGASSolving the Mystery of the Largest Transiting Planet
Chary, Ranga-Ram5064703/2008 RCHARY_JD2Spitzer Spectroscopy to Distinguish z>5 Sources of Reionization from z~2 Luminous Infrared Galaxies
Chary, Ranga-Ram53806/2009 GRB090423_DDTGRB090423: A Lighthouse at the Epoch of Reionization
Chen, Christine 24103/2005 CCHENDust to Dust: A Study of Second-Generation Debris in Scorpius-Centaurus
Chun, Howard23803/2005 BD_IN_ICBDetecting Brown Dwarfs in Interacting Cataclysmic Binaries
Chun, Howard26703/2006 BD_IN_ICB_2Deciphering IR Excess Observed by the Spitzer Space Telescope in Short Period Interacting Cataclysmic Binaries
Churchwell, Ed19511/2003 INNER_GAL_DDTThe SIRTF Galactic Plane Survey (GLIMPSE) Validation Observations
Ciardi, David22507/2004 HERCVSpitzer Observations of a WZ Sge-Type Dwarf Novae in Superoutburst
Cody, Ann Marie1017209/2014 SCORPIUS_K2_DDTSimultaneous Spitzer and K2 monitoring of young accreting stars in Upper Scorpius
Cohen, Martin46409/2007 WISE_CALMatching the Absolute Calibrations of WISE and Spitzer
Cohen, Martin47202/2008 WISESPECIRS spectroscopy of candidate SEP WISE standards
Colbert, James49908/2008 DEEP16Confusion-Limited 16 Micron Imaging: Completing the Spitzer Legacy
Cooray, Asantha54805/2010 HERATLASSpitzer Followup and of Key Discoveries in Herschel-ATLAS Science Demonstration Phase Field
Cooray, Asantha8023612/2011 COORAYZ325Spitzer-IRAC imaging of a Planck-selected Herschel-resolved candidate sub-mm galaxy proto-cluster at z = 3.25
Corsi, Alessandra8025502/2012 PTF11QCJPTF11qcj: First Discovery of a Radio Luminous Ibn Supernova
Cruz, Kelle28402/2007 YOUNG_BDSNearby, Young Brown Dwarfs: A Comprehensive Study
Daddi, Emanuele25012/2004 DADDI_BZKGALMid-IR observations of z=2, BzK selected galaxies
Dasyra, Kalliopi49408/2008 DASYRADeep spectroscopic observations of a z=4.3 HyLIRG with indications of Pa alpha and PAH emission
DePoy, Darren26401/2006 SN2005GJInsight into the Progenitor of the Type Ia Supernova 2005gj
Delorme, Philippe1016603/2014 CFBDSIR2149-0403Measuring absolute flux, radius and effective temperature of a benchmark T-Type free-floating planet
Deming, Drake25810/2005 HOTROCKSInfrared Photometry of the Hot Earth Orbiting Gliese 876
Deming, Drake26010/2005 VHJIRSInfrared Photometry of the Very Hot Jupiter Orbiting HD 189733
Demory, Brice-Olivier8026105/2012 GJ3470BCharacterization of a Low-density Exo-Neptune
Desert, Jean-Michel54202/2010 GJ1214Probing the atmosphere of the coolest super-Earth
Devore, Harlan23402/2005 ARP102BThe Supermassive Black Hole in Arp102B
Dickinson, Mark19603/2003 GOODS_DDTGreat Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS) Validation Observations
Dittmann, Jason1208210/2015 JDITTMANNA Search for Sub-Earth Sized Transiting Planets 12 Parsecs from the Sun
Dole, Herve8023801/2012 HDOLE_DDTSpitzer unveils the nature of high-z (2<z<4) overdensities selected by Planck & Herschel
Donahue, Megan48808/2008 MEGANInfrared Properties of a Control Sample of Brightest Cluster Galaxies
Donnarumma, Immacolata46912/2007 DONNARUMMAJoint Spitzer and AGILE observations of the blazar 3C 454.3
Dupuy, Trent8023309/2011 WISE_PARALLAXESParallaxes for the Coldest WISE Brown Dwarfs
Egami, Eiichi54504/2010 IRAC_LENS_DDTMore of the The IRAC Lensing Survey
Eisenhardt, Peter54906/2010 WISE1814+34Deep IRAC Imaging of the z=2.45 Hyper-Luminous IR Galaxy WISE 1814+34
Ellis, Richard28010/2006 LBGIMGIRS Spectroscopy of a Typical Lyman Break Galaxy
Emery, Joshua28903/2007 1999RQ36Thermal Observations of OSIRIS target 1999 RQ36
Emery, Joshua8023209/2011 OSIRISREX_DDTPhysical characterization of Near-Earth objects: OSIRIS-REx targets
Enoch, Melissa28602/2007 MENOCHProtosteller Evolution in the Main Accretion Phase
Enoch, Melissa5053603/2008 FHSCPROPDetecting the First Hydrostatic Core with Deep 70 micron Imaging
Erb, Dawn47305/2008 ERBThe Physics of High Redshift Galaxies: Star Formation, Chemistry and Gas Flows
Evans, Aneurin27003/2006 RSOPHSpitzer observations of the 2006 eruption of RS Ophiuchi
Evans, Aneurin7020604/2011 T_PYX_DDTT Pyx: a long-overdue recurrent nova
Evans, Neal23201/2005 L1014_ADeep IRAC and MIPS 160 Imaging of L1014
Fabrycky, Daniel1012711/2013 TTVFABRYCKYTwo Eyes on the Prize: Revealing the Complete Architectures of Planetary Systems through Transit Timing with Kepler and Spitzer
Farihi, Jay1118204/2015 DOUBLEDUSTYA Double Dusty Dilemma
Fazio, Giovanni1203410/2015 GCVAR12Understanding How a Black Hole Feeds: Sgr A*
Fazio, Giovanni7020402/2011 ERSThe Spitzer Ultra-Deep Survey of the HST/ERS Field
Fernandez, Yanga109503/2003 FELLCOMETS1Physical Evolution of Comets and Cometary Dust
Flagey, Nicolas53303/2009 FLAGEY_DDTSpectroscopic survey of 24 microns selected dust-free SNR candidates
Fox, Ori1118307/2015 V404CYGBHV404 Cyg - an Interacting Black-Hole Low-Mass X-ray Binary
Fressin, Francois53403/2009 COROT-EXO-7BCoRoT-Exo-7b: Confirming the first transiting rocky planet
Gallagher, Sarah109711/2004 SCGMeasuring the Far Infrared Spectral Energy Distributions of a Complete Sample of Broad Absorption Line Quasars
Gillon, Michael1118002/2015 HARPS-N-1A 4 Earth-mass Planet Transiting a Naked-Eye Star?
Gillon, Michael1212601/2016 TRAPPIST_DDTOn the eclipsing binary nature of a nearby ultracool dwarf
Gillon, Michael1213002/2016 GILLON_DDT2016On the eclipsing binary nature of a nearby ultracool dwarf
Gillon, Michael48605/2008 EXO-2BFirst atmospheric study of the young massive planet CoRoT-Exo-2b
Gillon, Michael49508/2008 HD40307BHD 40307b, the first transiting Super-Earth?
Gillon, Michael6002712/2008 SPITZERTRANSITDetecting the Transits of Nearby Super-Earths
Gillon, Michael8023107/2011 55_CNC_EThe first detection of the thermal emission from a solid exoplanet
Gizis, John1016703/2014 W0607_24LDWARFSimultaneous Spitzer and Kepler K2 Observa tions of a Bright, Nearby L8 dwarf
Gonzalez, Anthony49608/2008 ANTHONYBULLET2IRS Observations of a Strongly Lensed LIRG Behind the Bullet Cluster
Goobar, Ariel8026207/2012 SN2012CGObservations of SN2012cg
Gorjian, Varoujan1016301/2014 NGC5548A Coordinated Spitzer and Hubble Space Telescope Study of NGC 5548
Gorjian, Varoujan28312/2006 IRAC-GAVRTRelationship Between Black Hole Mass and Their Infrared Brightness to Synchrotron Radio Emission Ratio
Gorjian, Varoujan48405/2008 NGC4051IRAC Monitoring of NGC 4051 for Interday Variability
Gorjian, Varoujan52611/2008 FAIRALL9Capturing the Rare Spectral Change in a Nearby Seyfert
Gould, Andrew1003611/2013 MICROLENSBULGESpitzer Microlens Planets and Parallaxes
Gould, Andrew1201510/2015 ANDREWGOULDK2SYNERGYDegeneracy Breaking for K2 Microlens Parallaxes
Gould, Andrew25307/2005 OGLEIIAdded Observation of Ongoing Microlensing Event
Harrington, Joseph25407/2005 HOTSAT8-Micron Photometry of the "Hot Saturn" HD 149026b During Its Secondary Eclipse
Harrington, Joseph6000312/2008 JH-ESP-TOO-2009The Spitzer Exoplanetary Atmosphere Survey
Harris, Alan27103/2006 DONQUSize, Albedo, and Taxonomy of the Don Quijote Space Mission Target
Hebrard, Guillaume54011/2009 HD80606B_JAN2010First complete transit observation of the 111-day-period planet HD80606b
Helou, George26210/2005 UDSSSAn Ultra-Deep Spitzer Spectral Survey
Helou, George53604/2009 5MUSES_DDTSecond-Look Observations of Extreme 5MUSES Sources
Helou, George7020706/2011 M51_SNThe young nearby supernova PTF11eon/2011dh: Mid-IR followup to an evolving puzzle
Hillenbrand, Lynne1016502/2014 W4_FUORICaught in the Act: An FU Orionis Outburst from a Previously Uncatalogued Star
Hines, Dean46711/2007 URANUS_EQUINOXSpitzer/IRS Observations of Uranus at Equinox
Hinz, Joannah48908/2008 M31DEEPMIPS Imaging of M31
Hoard, Donald29907/2007 AMHERBOOMCircumbinary Dust in Magnetic Cataclysmic Variables - Bright State of AM Her
Howell, Steve29506/2007 WZSGE_HOWELLThe First Spitzer Photometry of WZ Sge: A proposal to search for its circumbinary dust disk and to understand the brown dwarf secondary star
Howell, Steve47903/2008 ZCHASpitzer Light Curve of Z Cha
Howell, Steve53503/2009 E_AURIGAEEarly Science - Epsilon Aurigae
Indebetouw, Remy24912/2004 REMY-SFO1Massive Star Formation Across our Galaxy and Beyond
Ingalls, James49108/2008 INGALLSDDTMolecular Hydrogen Emission from Galaxies: The Cirrus Connection
Jarrett, Thomas48204/2008 WISENGC6552IRS-LL Observation of the WISE Calibrator NGC 6552
Jayaraman, Sumita109910/2003 EARTHRINGExploration of the Earth's Resonant Ring
Jura, Michael27505/2006 MIKEGTOProbing DAZ White Dwarfs for Warm and Cool Dust
Kasliwal, Mansi54705/2010 PTF10FQS_DDTPTF10fqs: A Luminous Red Nova in the Spiral Messier 99
Kasliwal, Mansi7020212/2010 PTF10ACBP_DDTPTF10acbp: A Luminous Red Nova in the Spiral UGC11973
Kelley, Michael1016402/2014 C2013_A1_SIDINGSPRINGThe Siding Spring Hazard at Mars
Kelley, Michael1017309/2014 C2013_A1_SIDINGSPRING_2CO2 Impacts on the Martian Atmosphere
Kelley, Michael54403/2010 P2010_A2The Peculiar Object P/2010 A2 (LINEAR)
Kessler-Silacci, Jacqueline109807/2003 KESSLER_FELLOWSHIPCrystalline Silicates in Circumstellar Accretion Disks
Kilic, Mukremin47405/2008 KILICA New Approach for Finding Planets and Brown Dwarfs Around White Dwarfs
Kipping, David53705/2009 HD80606B_DDTA unique opportunity: The transiting planet with the longest year
Knight, Matthew8023701/2012 C2011W3_LOVEJOYThe First Detailed IR Observations of a Sungrazing Comet: C/2011 W3 Lovejoy
Kochanek, Christopher1118103/2015 STELLARMERGA Steller Merger In Andromeda
Kotak, Rubina47101/2008 SN2007SRMid-infrared observations of a bright, new, thermonuclear supernova in the Antennae Galaxy
Kotak, Rubina9025512/2012 SN2009IPSpitzer observations of a possible supernova in the making
Krause, Oliver23111/2004 CASA_CSpitzer imaging of a superluminal jet from the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A
Krause, Oliver23301/2005 CASA_DSpitzer reobservation of a superluminal jet from the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A
Kulkarni, Shrinivas27606/2006 M85VARA new class of transients
Kulkarni, Shrinivas47803/2008 GRB080319BSpitzer Observations of the Naked Eye GRB080319B
Kulkarni, Varsha 27706/2006 DUSTYABSInfrared Observations of Dusty Quasar Absorption Systems: Dust Composition and Absorber Environment
Lacy, Mark24706/2005 A2218DEEPAn ultra-deep IRS spectrum to search for Halpha emission from the galaxies which reionized the Universe
Lacy, Mark27906/2006 A2219VHIZIRS Verification of Candidate z>8 Sources
Lacy, Mark5026203/2008 LACY_DARKFIELDSpectroscopic confirmation of two candidate z~8 galaxies with IRS
Lamy, Philippe22201/2004 COMET_CG_DDT1Measuring the Size and Shape of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the Target of the Rosetta Mission
Le Floc'h, Emeric27204/2006 DARK_GRB_DDTProbing the Dark Side of the Cosmic Evolution Using Dark Gamma-Ray Bursts
Lecavelier, Alain54604/2010 COROT-9BSearch for rings and satellites around the temperate exoplanet CoRoT-9b
Leggett, Sandy28110/2006 COOLYTIRAC Colors for T/Y Dwarf Candidate ULAS0034--00
Levan, Andrew8023410/2011 GRB111005ASearch for a supernova in a GRB at 55 Mp
Lewis, Nikole1011810/2013 DYNAMIC_PLANETSDynamic Studies of Exoplanet Atmospheres: Revisiting the 3.6 micron Phase Curve of HD209458b (AORs for this observation are in program 60021)
Lewis, Nikole1118509/2015 HATP2Understanding Eccentric Behavior in the HAT-P-2 System: Orb ital Evolution and Stellar Heartbeats
Lisse, Carey29103/2007 COMET_MCNAUGHTIRS Observations of the Primeval Dust and Nucleus Surface of the Extraordinary Comet of 2007, C/McNaught 2006 (P1)
Lisse, Carey46008/2007 EPOXIRecovery and Characterization of the NASA EPOXI Mission Target Comet 85P/Boethin
Lisse, Carey8025602/2012 ETA_CORVIIRAC View of a Late Heavy Comet Bombardment in the eta Corvi System
Lisse, Carey9026105/2013 ISONDDTWarm Spitzer Characterization of Comet C/2012 S1 (ISON)
Lucas, Philip8025904/2012 WIT-01An Extreme Variable in the Galactic Plane
Luhman, Kevin1016804/2014 WISE0855-0714Characterizing Our 4th Closest Neighbor and the Coldest Known Brown Dwarf
Luhman, Kevin5001303/2008 KLUHMANYA Search for Y Dwarf Companions to Nearby Stars and Brown Dwarfs
Luhman, Kevin7020301/2011 WD0806-661Confirmation of a Candidate for the Coolest Known Brown Dwarf
Mahoney, William25708/2005 PULSEITSpitzer Measurements of Pulsar Infrared Light Curves
Mainzer, Amanda46812/2007 1862APOLLOUsing IRAC to Measure the Yarkovsky Effect for 1862 Apollo
Mainzer, Amanda55106/2010 LYRA1Follow-up Observations of Lyra1
Malkan, Matthew29606/2007 JDROPConfirming a z~10 galaxy with IRAC
Markwick-Kemper, Francisca109403/2003 CKEMPERThe composition and evolution of dust in astrophysical environments
McCollum, Bruce8025804/2012 V1309_SCOInfrared Evolution of a Stellar Merger
McCullough, Peter52511/2008 OX3BThermal Inversion in the atmosphere of XO-3b
Meadows, Victoria27304/2006 SHOWERSpitzer Observations of the Enceladus Plume
Meng, Huan1212412/2015 DDT_KIC8462852'Where's the flux' star: Exocomets, or Giant Impact?
Metchev, Stanimir24404/2005 METCHEV_DDTCircumstellar Disks and Sub-Stellar Objects
Mohanty, Subhanjoy24803/2005 NHIHATWatching the Dust Settle: Disk Evolution in Young Brown Dwarfs
Muzerolle, James22809/2004 JM_OUTBURSTFollowing the Outburst of V1647 Ori
Newman, Andrew1212701/2016 DDT_M0138Weighing the NIR-Brightest Lensed Galaxy
Ofek, Eran8026408/2012 PTF12GZKThermal Echo of Stripped Envelope PTF12gzk
Pascucci, Ilaria24304/2005 GASFERemnant Gas in Debris Disk Systems: Confirmation of the Remarkable [FeI] Line Emission in HD 216803
Pinilla-Alonso, Noemi1315208/2016 NH_KEMMission Support - New Horizons Kuiper Extended Mission
Poleski, Radoslaw1017410/2014 2014BLG0298_DDTFirst long-term Spitzer microlens parallax; planet mass measurement
Poleski, Radoslaw1315609/2016 POLESKI_2016ASpitzer Microlens Parallaxes for Long Events as a Preparatory Step for WFIRST
Pope, Alexandra28802/2007 POPE_ULIRGS70The Evolution of Infrared-luminous Galaxies at High Redshift
Prieto, Jose48707/2008 NGC300An IRS Spectrum of the Luminous Transient in NGC 300
Rau, Arne28502/2007 SN2006GYIRS spectroscopy of SN 2006gy - the most luminous known supernova
Reach, William25608/2005 FLYROCKEjecta from comet Tempel 1
Reach, William27404/2006 73PEARLSExtended imaging of the String of Pearls from comet 73P
Reach, William46611/2007 BIGFLASHEruption of comet 17P/Holmes
Rebull, Luisa46208/2007 HERITAGE1Spitzer Heritage Project, Part 1.
Riechers, Dominik53112/2008 GN20First Clues to Star Formation in the "High Redshift Tail" of Submillimeter Galaxies
Rieke, George8026004/2012 EXTREME_DISKSInfrared Variability of Extreme Debris Disks
Rieke, George9026206/2013 ID8_DDT_GO9Diagnosing the Variation of an Extreme Debris Disk
Rigby, Jane49308/2008 RIGBYBolometric Luminosities of 3 New Bright Lensed Galaxies
Robinson, Sarah47505/2008 ROBINSONIces in the Solar Nebula
Roelofsen, Theresa24003/2005 M81DWARFGALSIntergalactic Star Formation in Tidal Dwarf Galaxies of M81
Salvato, Mara48304/2008 SDSSJ0952+21IR emission-line light echo of a giant high-energy outburst in the galaxy SDSSJ0952+21
Salzer, John49208/2008 SALZERAn Extremely Metal-Poor Population of L* Galaxies at z~0.35
Schneider, Glenn25508/2005 EDGEONSpitzer Observations of a Newly-Discovered Nearly Edge-On Disk About HD 32297
Shannon, Ryan5034503/2008 RYANSA Search for Debris Disks around Variable Pulsars
Sheppard, Scott49808/2008 2007TY430Thermal Observations of the First Equal Sized Plutino Binary
Shupe, David5003003/2008 LOCKMAN24SUnveiling the Mystery of 24-micron-only Sources with IRS Spectrocopy
Soifer, Tom1017008/2014 FRONTIER_RXCJ2248Frontier Field RXCJ2248
Soifer, Tom1017108/2014 FRONTIER_ABELL370Frontier Field Abell 370
Soifer, Tom10403/2003 FLS_GALFirst Look Survey - Galactic Component
Soifer, Tom1212311/2015 DDT_RELICSSpitzer Lensing Cluster Legacy Survey
Soifer, Tom2603/2003 FLS_EXTRAGALFirst Look Survey -- Extragalactic Component
Soifer, Tom47012/2007 IC1396VARVariability of protostars in IC 1396
Soifer, Tom9025704/2013 FRONTIER_A2744Frontier Field A2744
Soifer, Tom9025804/2013 FRONTIER_MACSJ0416Frontier Field MACS J0416
Soifer, Tom9025904/2013 FRONTIER_MACSJ0717Frontier Field MACS J0717
Soifer, Tom9026004/2013 FRONTIER_MACSJ1149Frontier Field MACS J1149
Soifer, Tom9803/2003 FLS_ECLIPTIC_PLANEFirst Look Survey - Ecliptic Plane Component
Spoon, Henrik109607/2003 DUSTLIRGSDust in ULIRG environments
Spuck, Tim23502/2005 IC2118Young Stars in IC 2118
Spuck, Tim26602/2006 IC2118-TNGYoung Stars in IC 2118
Spuck, Tim48003/2008 DARKLYNDSStar formation in Lynds dark clouds
Stauffer, John1212211/2015 HHJ135_DDTConfirmation of the Presence of Asteroid Collisional Debris in Pleiades Low Mass Stars using IRAC
Stauffer, John1212512/2015 NEPTUNE_VARNeptune Variability with SpitzerNeptune Variability with Spitzer
Stauffer, John49708/2008 IC1396ATime Series Photometry of the Youngest Stars - MIPS24 Photometry for IC1396A
Stauffer, John53910/2009 PROPMOTests of Warm Spitzer Astrometry and Proper Motion Determination
Stauffer, John8025703/2012 PTFO8Confirmation and Characterization of a 3 Myr Old Hot, Transiting Jupiter
Stencel, Robert53202/2009 RHYA_DDTTie Breaking Spectra of the Dusty Bow Shock Near R Hya
Stencel, Robert54302/2010 E_AURIGAE_2IRAC warm observations of epsilon Aurigae, first half of eclipse
Stevenson, Kevin1016907/2014 WASP43B_DDTThe Newest Hot Jupiter Archetype Through the Eyes of NASAs Great Observatories
Stringfellow, Guy22403/2004 EXOR-TOOSpitzer Space Telescope Observations of an Accretion Outburst of a New EXOR
Su, Kate53012/2008 HD218396_DDTThe structure of Debris Disk around 3-Planet Host Star HD218396
Sugerman, Ben1212902/2016 SN2016ADJ_DDTLight Echoes and the Progenitor of SN 2016adj in Cen A
Swain, Mark52309/2008 HD189733B_DDTAn Exoplanet Transmission Spectrum
Sykes, Mark29203/2007 ITOKAWA_DDTThermophysical Mapping of 25143 Itokawa
Tanvir, Nial29304/2007 JD0910The nature of JD0910+46: a candidate z~10 galaxy
Tanvir, Nial7020504/2011 GRB110328AThe mysterious cosmological transient GRB 110328A/J164449.3+573451
Tendulkar, Shriharsh1315710/2016 FRB_121102What is the host of FRB 121102?
Teplitz, Harry25207/2005 IRSDEEPUltradeep IRS Spectroscopy in GOODS South
Thomas, Beth23602/2005 AS325Observing Iron Stars with Spitzer
Tinetti, Giovanna46108/2007 WETWORLDProbing water vapor and CO in the atmosphere of HD 209458b
Trilling, David46510/2007 MARSTROJDDT observations of five Mars Trojan asteroids
Trilling, David47603/2008 WARMNEOSProof of Concept for Spitzer Warm Mission Observations of Near Earth Objects
Trilling, David9014703/2008 DISCOVERYThe Pilot Warm Spitzer Near Earth Object Survey: Probing the size distribution of the most abundant Near Earth Objects
Trilling, David9025604/2013 2009_BDDDT observations of 2009 BD, the primary target of the Asteroid Retrieval Mission
Tsumura, Kohji8023512/2011 CIB_GANYMEDEAbsolute Measurement of the Cosmic Infrared Background Using Ganymede as an Occulter
Van Dyk, Schuyler22608/2004 SONS04DJSpitzer Observations of a Nearby Supernova (SONS): SN 2004dj in NGC 2403
Van Dyk, Schuyler23702/2005 SN2005AFSpitzer Observations of a Nearby Supernova: SN 2005af in NGC 4945
Verbiscer, Anne5078003/2008 AV4NCompleting the Dust Census of the Saturn System
Vieira, Joaquin8024001/2012 FLS3Measuring the stellar mass of a z=6.3 submillimeter galaxy
Wang, Lifan29003/2007 SN2007AFIRS Spectroscopy of SN 2007af - the First Ever Mid-IR Spectrum of a Type Ia Supernova Near Maximum
Wang, Zhongxiang28702/2007 AXPIRXRAYSpitzer DDT observations of the anomalous X-ray pulsar 4U 0142+61
Wang, Zhongxiang29806/2007 AXP1048Detecting the mid-IR counterpart to the anomalous X-ray pulsar 1E 1048.1 -5937 during its X-ray flare
Wang, Zhongxiang49008/2008 J0729-1448Possible Detection of A Dust Disk Around A Radio Pulsar
Wehrle, Ann24606/2005 BLAZARFlaring Quasar 3C454.3
Wehrle, Ann30007/2007 3C454.3A Second Huge Flare in Blazar 3C454.3
Werner, Michael1118408/2015 GSTARDDTObservations of transits of K2 exoplanet discoveries EPIC 203371098b&c
Werner, Michael27806/2006 ASTARSHi-Res Spectroscopy of New 15um Feature
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