ESO Public Spectroscopic Surveys with the ARO telescopes
ESO is offering the possibility of conducting Public Spectroscopic Surveys using the telescopes of the Arizona Radio Observatory as part of an agreement with the University of Arizona. Public Surveys are observing programmes for which proposers collect and make publicly available, within a defined time, a fully reduced and scientifically usable data set that is likely to answer a major scientific question and be of general use and of broad interest to the astronomical community.
The deadline for submitting Public Surveys proposals with the ESO ARO time is 17 April 2015.
Detailed information are available at this website.
UK ALMA Science Meeting 2015
30 March - 31 March 2015
Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, Alan Turing Building, University of Manchester
The UK ALMA Science Meeting 2015 program is now available on the meeting page.
The meeting will take place at JBCA (Manchester) from the 30th to 31st March 2015, (prior to the the ALMA Cycle 3 call for proposals deadline). The meeting will present the science results of ALMA projects conducted by UK PIs/Co-Is.
During the meeting and afterward the UK ARC Node staff will be available to help people with their ALMA Cycle 3 proposals, with tutorials, group meeting rooms and one-on-one support available on 1st April.
Registration remains open for the UK ALMA Science Meeting 2015 and can be found on the meeting page. The deadline for submitting a talk has now passed . Any talks now submitted will be considered, but their scheduling is not guaranteed.
The first edition of the semi-annual newsletter "Common Astronomy Software Applications (CASA) News" has been released and can be found at the newsletter website.
The CASA newsletter aims to keep CASA users informed on what the CASA team is working on and give details regarding data reduction with CASA.
Subscription to the CASA Announce mailing list will allow you to receive future CASA News issues. Subscription instructions can be found at this website.