This table shows all the SODRM Nearby Galaxies Science programs. The columns list the current SODRM program number, the estimated total time (exposure and direct overheads), the title, and the instruments used. Refer to the Nearby Galaxies Program Information page for details.

94010 494.2 Imaging of Resolved Stellar Populations X     X
94020 101.2 Bottom of the Main Sequence in Nearby Local Group Galaxies X      
94030 513.8 Star Formation in the Large Magellanic Cloud / Small Magellanic Cloud X X   X
94050 153.7 The Structure of Cold Gas in Star Forming Regions X      
94060 488.9 NIR Imaging and Spectroscopy of Compact Sources in Nearby Galaxies X X    
94070 89.3 Monitoring of Recent SNe for Dust Formation       X
94090 176.1 The ISM in the Center of Nearby Galaxies   X    
94100 70.3 IFU/Imaging of HII/SF Regions X X   X
94110 70.6 Coronagraphy of Nearby AGN X     X
94120 52.5 Cepheids in Galaxies That Have Hosted Type 1a SNe X      
94130 134.4 Near- and Mid-IR Imaging of Galaxies at a Resolution of 10-30 pc X     X
94140 140.1 Galactic Halo Streams and Stellar Populations X      
94150 186.1 Quantitative Spectroscopy of Extragalactic Red Supergiants   X   X


Other SODRM Programs


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