ESO Spanish Users : Call for Proposal P89

Table of Contents Recent changes Proposals preparation Proposal strategy issues Proposal types Observing modes Instruments Telescopes Archival Data P

Table of Contents Recent changes Proposals preparation Proposal strategy issues Proposal types Observing modes Instruments Telescopes Archival Data Policies summary Acronyms The deadline for the submission of both ESO and ESO/GTC proposals is 29 September 2011, 12:00 noon Central European Summer Time Period 89 corresponds to 1 April 2012 - 30 September 2012 Proposals are also invited for observations at theGran Telescopio Canarias (GTC)within the framework of the accession agreement of Spain into ESO. ESO/GTC proposals can be submitted for observations to be carried outbefore 31 December 2012. Contact adresses Questions regarding policies or the practical aspects of proposal preparation: ESOObserving Programmes Office,opo@eso.org Enquiries about technical requirements of the planned observations: User Support Department (usd-help@eso.org) for Paranal and Chajnantor and tolasilla@eso.orgfor La Silla. Duplications Large amounts of data are available via the ESO data archive (http://archive.eso.org). Proposers are strongly advised to check if observations equivalent to the proposed ones have been performed already. Proposers must check that their planned observations are not duplicatingGuaranteed Time Observations approved for Period 89or ongoingPublic Survey observations. Information partially extracted from the pdf document:ESO Call for Proposals –P89

Call for Proposal P89

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The deadline for the submission of both ESO and ESO/GTC proposals is

29 September 2011,

12:00 noon Central European Summer Time

Period 89 corresponds to 1 April 2012 -  30 September 2012

Proposals are also invited for observations at the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTCwithin the framework of the accession agreement of Spain into ESO. ESO/GTC proposals can be submitted for observations to be carried out before 31 December 2012.

Contact adresses

  • Questions regarding policies or the practical aspects of proposal preparation: ESO Observing Programmes Office, opo@eso.org
  • Enquiries about technical requirements of the planned observations: User Support Department (usd-help@eso.org) for Paranal and Chajnantor and to lasilla@eso.org for La Silla.

Duplications

Large amounts of data are available via the ESO data archive (http://archive.eso.org). Proposers are strongly advised to check if observations equivalent to the proposed ones have been performed already. Proposers must check that their planned observations are not duplicating Guaranteed Time Observations approved for Period 89 or ongoing Public Survey observations.

 

Information partially extracted from the pdf document:  ESO Call  for Proposals – P89