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31
Aug

ESO announces Period 109 Call for Proposals

The European Southern Observatory (ESO) has released the Call for Proposals for Period 109 (for observations between 1 April 2022 – 30 September 2022). The proposal deadline is Thursday 23 September 2021 at noon Central European Summer Time (8pm Australian Eastern Standard Time, 6pm Australian Western Standard Time).
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26
Aug

ESO Fellowship program for 2021/2022 open for applications

The ESO has just announced its Fellowship Programme 2021/2022 for both Europe and Chile. The Garching Fellowship positions are for three years and the Chile Fellowship positions are of a four-year duration. The closing date is 15 October 2021 for both Chile and Garching applications. 
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23
Aug

AAT Call for Proposals – Semester 2022A

AAL is pleased to announce a new Call for Proposals at the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) for observations in Semester 2022A (1 February 2022 – 31 July 2022). ​The deadline for the proposals is 16 September 2021, at 17:00 AEDT. 
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09
Aug

ACAMAR FRB Workshop abstract submission extended to 13 August

The deadline for abstract submission to the ACAMAR FRB workshop has been extended until 13 August 2021.
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07
Jul

AAL Board Chair, Prof Naomi McClure-Griffiths, awarded prestigious Laureate Fellowship from the Australian Research Council

AAL is delighted to congratulate Professor Naomi McClure-Griffiths for being awarded a prestigious Laureate Fellowship from the Australian Research Council. Professor McClure-Griffiths is the Associate Director at ANU's Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, and currently serves as AAL's Board Chair.
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01
Jul

New 3-day workshop on the Future of Traditional Survey Science, sponsored by ACAMAR

The Australia-China Consortium for Astrophysics Research (ACAMAR) is sponsoring a three-day workshop on the Future of Traditional Survey Science, to be held online on 22, 23 and 24 September 2021.
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01
Jul

New images of galaxies headed for collision – created by collaboration of telescopes including eROSITA and ASKAP

An international collaboration of astronomers and telescopes has revealed new imagery of galaxies moving at high speed, headed for an intergalactic collision. The cluster of galaxies pictured to the left is known as The Northern Clump, which has been imaged for the first time with unprecedented detail at...
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30
Jun

Construction approved to begin for SKA telescopes in Australia and South Africa

At a recent meeting of the SKA Observatory (SKAO) at its headquarters in the UK, the SKAO Member States formally approved the start of construction for the two SKA telescopes, to be located in Australia and South Africa. Australia's low-frequency telescope, to be known as SKA-Low, will consist...
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30
Jun

Australian gravitational wave scientists play key role in recent discovery

Australian researchers have played a key role in a recent discovery of gravitational waves caused by the merger of a neutron star and black hole – the first time this particular event has been detected. Gravitational waves from the extreme event took over a billion years to reach...
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02
Jun

Agreement signed to build MAVIS, an Australian-led instrumentation project aiming to see further than the Hubble Space Telescope

An agreement has been signed by the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and representatives of an international consortium, led by Australian Astronomical Optics (AAO), to begin construction of the MAVIS instrument for use on ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT). The MAVIS Consortium is being led by the Australian National...
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