Sep 15, 2021
In the 2022A semester, we estimate that approximately 50, 1000, and 2000 hours will be available on the 2m, 1m, and 0.4m telescopes, respectively. For more information on LCO resources, check the links above or the links on the Observatory Information page.
This call is for LCO astronomers, as well as astronomers at institutions with which LCO has formal agreements, but without guarantees of Network time. Eligible institutions include the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center (IPAC), and the University of Colorado. Astronomers who are part of the extended LCO science team are also welcome to submit proposals. Science team members include Time Allocation Committee members (for 2 years), Science Advisory Committee members (for 2 years), former LCO graduate students (for 3 years), and former LCO postdocs (for 5 years).
LCO's Science Collaboration partners that have guaranteed time conduct independent proposal solicitations and reviews.
The proposal body must conform to the following constraints:
The Guidelines for Writing Proposals page provides information on