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EVN - European VLBI Network
Dove: Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe (JIVE)
Data & Ora: 01-10-2010 0:00 (durata: 1 day)
Titolo: European VLBI Network Call for Proposals Deadline 1 October 2010
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Abstract:
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                              European VLBI Network
                               Call for Proposals
                             Deadline 1 October 2010
              **************************************************
                  This text is also available on the web at
                   http://www.ira.inaf.it/evn_doc/call.txt


     Observing proposals are invited for the EVN, a VLBI network of radio
     telescopes spread throughout Europe and beyond, operated by an
     international Consortium of institutes (http://www.evlbi.org/).

     The observations may be conducted with disk recording (standard EVN)
     or in real-time (e-VLBI).

     The EVN facility is open to all astronomers. Use of the Network by
     astronomers not specialised in the VLBI technique is encouraged.

     The Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe (JIVE) can provide support and
     advice on project preparation, scheduling, correlation and analysis.
     See EVN User Support at http://www.jive.nl.


    Future Standard EVN Observing Sessions (disk recording)
    -------------------------------------------------------

     2011 Session 1   Feb 24 - Mar 17    18/21cm, 6cm ...
     2011 Session 2   May 26 - Jun 16    18/21cm, 6cm ...
     2011 Session 3   Oct 20 - Nov 10    18/21cm, 6cm ...

     Proposals received by 1 October 2010 will be considered for
     scheduling in Session 1, 2011 or later. Finalisation of the planned
     observing wavelengths will depend on proposal pressure.


    Future e-EVN Observing Sessions (real-time correlation)
    -------------------------------------------------------------
                      (Provisional dates)

     2010  Nov 23 - Nov 24 (start at 13 UTC)   18/21cm, 6cm, 5cm or 1.3cm
     2010  Dec 15 - Dec 16 (start at 13 UTC)   18/21cm, 6cm, 5cm or 1.3cm
    *2011  Jan 25 - Jan 26 (start at 13 UTC)   18/21cm, 6cm, 5cm or 1.3cm
    *2011  Feb 15 - Feb 16 (start at 13 UTC)   18/21cm, 6cm, 5cm or 1.3cm

    *Dates for 2011 still provisional. Please consult the e-EVN web page
     at http://www.evlbi.org/evlbi/e-vlbi_status.html to check for possible
     updates, and for the available array.

     e-VLBI proposals submitted by the October 1st deadline will be
considered
     for scheduling in the above sessions starting from November 2010.
     Note that only one wavelength will be run in each session, depending on
     proposal priorities.
     See http://www.ira.inaf.it/evn_doc/guidelines.html for details
     concerning the e-VLBI observation classes and the observing modes.


    Features for the next regular EVN and e-EVN sessions
    -----------------------------------------------------

    * Hartebeesthoek has been repaired and is again available for the
      observations with the EVN.

    * Due to e-MERLIN commissioning, only a subset of the e-MERLIN array
      is likely to be available in early 2011. For updated information
      please consult the web at http://www.e-merlin.ac.uk/vlbi/.
      Please note that EVN + e-MERLIN projects will only be considered for
      separate EVN and e-MERLIN observations when e-MERLIN has been fully
      commissioned.

    * Please consult http://www.evlbi.org/evlbi/e-vlbi_status.html and
      the EVN User Guide (http://www.evlbi.org/user_guide/user_guide.html
      for updates on the current EVN and e-EVN array; availability of
      different stations per observing band and for the dates of the e-EVN
      observing sessions.


    Large EVN projects
    ------------------

     Most proposals request 12-48hrs observing time. The EVN Program
     Committee (PC) also encourages larger projects (>48 hrs); these
     will be subject to more detailed scrutiny, and the EVN PC may, in
     some cases, attach conditions on the release of the data.


    How to submit
    -------------

     All EVN, Global and e-VLBI proposals (except ToO proposals) must
     be submitted using the Northstar on-line proposal submission tool.
     Global proposals will be forwarded to NRAO automatically and should
     not be submitted to NRAO separately.
     New proposers should register at http://proposal.jive.nl.

     The SCIENTIFIC JUSTIFICATION MUST BE LIMITED TO 2 PAGES in length.
     Up to 2 additional pages with diagrams may be included.
     The deadline for submission is 23:59:59 UTC on 1 October 2010.


    Additional information
    ----------------------

     Further information on Global VLBI, EVN+MERLIN and e-EVN observations,
     and guidelines for proposal submission are available at:
     http://www.ira.inaf.it/evn_doc/guidelines.html

     The EVN User Guide (http://www.evlbi.org/user_guide/user_guide.html)
     describes the network and provides general information on its
     capabilities.

     The current antenna capabilities can be found in the status tables.
     For the standard EVN see http://www.evlbi.org/user_guide/EVNstatus.txt.
     For the e-EVN array see http://www.evlbi.org/evlbi/e-vlbi_status.html

     The On-line VLBI catalogue (http://db.ira.inaf.it/evn//) lists sources
     observed by the EVN and Global VLBI. 
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