RHINO is a differentially pumped recirculating window-less gas target system that was developed at the University of Stuttgart. It was brought to the University of Notre Dame in 2005 for serving the low energy nuclear astrophysics program. RHINO can be used in two modes, as an extended windowless gas target and as a localized jet gas target. RHINO is primarily being used with isotopically enriched nitrogen and neon gases for studying reactions associated with the CNO and the NeNa cycles.