Arecibo Observatory

Proposals awarded a grade of A or B for the Spring 2013 semester (to be scheduled January 1 - June 30)
A2749Insights into the Physical Processes that Regulate Star-forming Systems: The Low Stellar Mass GASS Extension Catinella Barbara
A2751Testing Cosmology with Isolated Dwarf GalaxiesGeha Marla
A2752Harvesting ALFALFA: LBW Followup of Enigmatic ALFALFA sources: III. March 2013 RequestHaynes Martha P
A2754Surveying the Zone of Avoidance with ALFAHenning Patricia A
A2755Radio Spectroscopy of three comets March-May 2013Howell Ellen
A2756Gas Content of Galaxies with Extremely High Specific Star-formation Rates Lehnert Matthew D.
A2757SIGGMA: Survey of Ionized Gas in the Galaxy, Made with AreciboLoren Anderson D
A2048The Arecibo Galaxy Environment Survey (AGES)Minchin Robert F
A2760Establishing a larger sample of a newly discovered population of weak 6.7-GHz methanol masers toward high-mass clumps in the Hi-GAL surveyOlmi Luca
A2761Local Turbulent Disks: analogs of high-redshift vigorously star-forming disks and laboratories for galaxy assemblyPopping Attila
A2763The Galactic Arecibo L-Band Feed Array HI (GALFA-HI) SurveyPutman Mary E
A2764HINSA: A Promising New Tool for Probing Magnetic Fields in the CNMRobishaw Timothy
A2765A Deep Arecibo 1 to 10 GHz Spectral Scan of Arp 220Salter Christopher J
A2766Monitoring a Remarkable Spectral Line/Continuum Outburst in LIRG NGC 660Salter Christopher J
A2767Magnetic Fields towards High-Latitude Molecular Clouds Smith Allison
A2769True HI column density of five major giant molecular cloudsStanimirovic Snezana
A2770High-sensitivity HI emission measurements to complement 21-SPONGE Stanimirovic Snezana
A2771Gas Reservoirs in Dwarf-Dwarf Mergers: Fueling Star Formation in Hierarchical AssemblyStierwalt Sabrina
A2772Completion of GALFACTS ObservationsTaylor Andrew R
A2774SETI Surveys at Arecibo: SETI@home, Astropulse, and SERENDIPWerthimer Daniel J
A2775Followup observations of two radio-flaring, ultracool dwarfs, J1047+21, and J1439+19Wolszczan Alexander
A2776A continuation of the Arecibo survey of ultracool dwarfsWolszczan Alexander
P2777Pulsation Searches Toward the X-ray-Selected Candidate Pulsars in the Supernova Remnants CTB 87 and G63.7+1.1Arzoumanian Zaven
P2778A Global Campaign for Precision Timing of a Millisecond PulsarCordes James M
P2779Low-frequency PUPPI Search for Pulsars and Transients in M33Crawford Fronefield
P2780The North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational WavesDemorest Paul B
P1693A Continuing Drift-Scan Pulsar Search at 327 MHz (AO327)Deneva Julia
P2649Measuring Two Neutron-Star Masses Using Shapiro DelayDeneva Julia
P2783Improved timing of PSR J1738+0333: A unique gravitational laboratory gets even better!Freire Paulo C
P2030Continuing the PALFA Galactic Plane SurveyKaspi Victoria
P2650Long Term Timing of PSR J0348+0432: A Unique and Powerful Gravitational LaboratoryLynch Ryan S
P2787Longer, RFI-Protected, Polarimetry of Selected Faster Arecibo PulsarsRankin Joanna M
P2788Polarimetric and single-pulse observations of the intermittent pulsar J1832+0032Seymour Andrew
P2789Timing of New Pulsars Discovered by PALFAStairs Ingrid H
P2790Followup Timing of 3 Pulsars Discovered in a 327 MHz Drift SurveyStovall Kevin M
R2791Arecibo Radar Observations of 19 Near-Earth Asteroids during January-June, 2013Benner Lance A. M.
R2792Arecibo Radar Observations of Near-Earth Asteroid and Deep Impact Spacecraft Target (163249) 2002 GT in June of 2013Benner Lance A. M.
R2793Bistatic Observations of the Moon using Arecibo and the Mini-RF receiver on the LRO spacecraftBussey Ben
R2794Systematic Radar Observations of Small Near-Earth AsteroidsHowell Ellen
R2795Radar Investigation of Five X M E-class AsteroidsShepard Michael K