AAT Call for Proposals – Semester 2021B

Star trails and the AAT. Credit: Ángel R. López-Sánchez.

AAL is pleased to announce a new Call for Proposals at the Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) for observations in Semester 2021B (1 August 2021 – 31 January 2022). 

​The deadline for the proposals is 16 March 2021, at 17:00 AEDT. Proposals to the Australian Time Allocation Committee (ATAC) must follow the ATAC Policies and Procedures and be submitted before the deadline using the AAT’s online application system Lens, which will open on 1 March 2021. 

ATAC accepts Australian and non-Australian proposals and allocates both Open Time and Paid Time on the AAT. A proposal is Australian if at least half of the proposers and the lead proposer are based at Australian institutions. Open Time is only available to Australian proposals. There is no charge to Australian astronomers for the use of Open Time. Paid Time is available to both Australian and non-Australian proposals. 

Enquiries regarding the terms and conditions for AAT Paid Time can be made to Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL). Other general enquiries can be directed to the AAL Program Manager for the AAT, Dr Lucyna Kedziora-Chudczer.

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