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NOAO Newsletter - Observational Programs - September 2000 - Number 63


NOAO Nighttime Proposals Due for 2001A

The NOAO Proposal Team

Proposals for observing time for Semester 2001A (February-August 2001) at the Gemini North telescope, the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, and the Kitt Peak National Observatory, and for community access time at the Hobby-Eberly Telescope are due by Saturday evening, 30 September 2000, midnight MST. Articles in this section provide specific information on the capabilities provided at each facility.

Proposal materials and information are available on our Web page (http://www.noao.edu/noaoprop/). Investigators should use the Web form to initiate all proposals. Although the Web form is the starting point for all proposals, we do provide both e-mail and Web options for submission.

The addresses below are available to help with proposal preparation and submission:

Web proposal materials and information.http://www.noao.edu/noaoprop/
Request help for proposal preparation.noaoprop-help@noao.edu
Address for thesis and visitor instrument letters, as well as consent letters, for use of PI instruments on the MMT. noaoprop-letter@noao.edu
Address for submitting LaTeX proposals by e-mail. noaoprop-submit@noao.edu
Gemini related questions relating to usgemini@noao.edu and operations or instrumentation. http://www.noao.edu/gateway/gemini/support.html
The official Gemini HelpDesk. http://www.us-gemini.noao.edu/sciops/helpdesk/helpdeskIndex.html
CTIO-specific questions related to an observing run. ctio@noao.edu
KPNO-specific questions related to an observing run. kpno@noao.edu
HET-specific questions related to an observing run. het@noao.edu


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