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Message SF2A No 389 - 20/06/09


Message SF2A No 389 - 20/07/09

1. Correction pour l’appel d’offres d’un directeur pour le LUTH
2. The ASTRONET/OPTICON European Telescope Strategy Review Committee
3. Second announcement and call for papers for the joint ESA-ASI workshop on "Methane on Mars : Current Observations, Interpretation and Future Plans", 25-27 November 2009 - ESA/ESRIN, Frascati, Italy

1. Correction pour l’appel d’offres d’un directeur pour le LUTH

Dans le texte du "Comité de recherches d’un directeur pour le LUTH" il y a une erreur que je vous demanderai de bien vouloir corriger ; A la deuxième ligne il faut lire :

"La fonction de directeur du LUTH (et non pas GEPI) est à pourvoir à partir du 1er janvier 2010"

Transmis par Alain castets

2. The ASTRONET/OPTICON European Telescope Strategy Review Committee

An invitation to the community to help shape the future use of Europe’s 2-4m telescopes.
The Web Forum will remain open until August 31 2009

The ASTRONET Science Vision and Infrastructure Roadmap concluded that there is an urgent need to define a strategy for 2-4m telescopes at the European Level. Accordingly a panel has been set up to identify how Europe’s medium sized telescopes can best contribute to the delivery of the Science Vision and to propose how a suite of existing telescopes can do so cost effectively. This panel, the European Telescopes Strategic Review Committee (ETSRC) is co-chaired by Janet Drew (University of Hertfordshire, UK) and Jacqueline Bergeron (IAP, Paris). ETSRC will deliver a report at around the end of 2009.

Vital community input continues to be sought via a web based tool created for the purpose. The main consultation period began in early June and continues until the end of August. The panel sees it as crucial to identifying a viable way forward that it receives input from right across Europe and from an equally broad spectrum of scientific interests in the mid-sized telescopes.

We would be extremely grateful if you would provide your input via our web form at this URL

which outlines the panel’s task, identifies the telescopes under consideration, presents some early ideas, and sketches the kind of input the panel is looking for at this stage.

To leave comments/input, you will need to register if you haven’t already registered for this forum, or its predecessor that informed the construction of the Astronet Science Vision. This is a very simple procedure and just allows your identity to be linked with any input that you might wish to provide to this open consultation.

From : Janet Drew and Jacqueline Bergeron (Chair and Co-Chair, on behalf of the ETSRC panel)

Transmis par Jerome Bouvier

3. Second announcement and call for papers for the joint ESA-ASI workshop on "Methane on Mars : Current Observations, Interpretation and Future Plans", 25-27 November 2009 - ESA/ESRIN, Frascati, Italy

Methane has been detected in the Martian atmosphere by both ground-based telescopes and from space. This discovery indicates that the planet is either biologically or geologically active. The goal of the workshop is to review the available measurements, the potential reservoirs and release mechanisms of Methane and its circulation in the atmosphere, and to discuss the origin and sources of this constituent.

Abstract submission deadline : 1st September 2009

Web page : HERE

Deadline for European student support : 1st September 2009. Follow this link , and also submit an abstract via the conference web page.

Olivier Witasse on behalf of the organising committee.

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