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Title Call for observing proposals for NRO45m
Writer admin Date 2021-08-02 12:52:56
Dear all,

Observing proposals for the 45-m telescope of the Nobeyama Radio
Observatory  (40th observing period) are invited.

Ken'ichi Tatematsu


Nobeyama Radio Observatory, NAOJ


1. Open use Period

-  December 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022

2. Open use information:

- Status report, application form, and other information are available on the
following website.


Observation preparation, observation procedure with the 45-m telescope, and
data reduction etc. are available on the following website.


Please note that:

- One deadline will be offered.

- We accept only proposals for Regular and GTO Programs.

- The continuum mode for science target observation will not be offered.

- The observation can be supported by the observatory staff remotely from
Nobeyama only during 9:00-17:00 JST, Monday through Friday (including national

- All observers are basically carried out through remote observations from NAOJ
Mitaka, ASIAA in Taiwan, KASI in Korea, or universities/institutes in Japan.

- This is the last call for free-of-charge open-use observing proposals. 
In JFY2022, we will introduce the telescope time charging.

3. Deadline:

Semester 2021 (Regular and GTO Proposals):

- September 1, 2021, 15:00 JST [06:00 UT]

4. Proposal Submission:

We accept the proposal only via the web submission form. A LaTeX template must
be used to generate the PDF file that contains the Scientific and Technical
Justification.  The device setting table should be submitted in a
Microsoft Excel spreadsheet by using its template.  Please access the
application form, fill the webform and upload the final PDF file and the Excel

- The scientific and technical justification, including figures,

tables and references, must fit within 3 pages. The maximum file size is 20 MB.

- Please attach (cut&paste) the results of our time estimators to the the
scientific and technical justification  (this part will not be counted for
the page limit, but the overall data size should meet the size limit).


- The device setting table and the Co-I list as Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.

5. Evaluation:

- Proposals will be evaluated by anonymous referees, and the acceptance will be
judged by the Millimeter and Submillimeter Time Allocation Committee.

6. Time allocation:

45-m observational time will be allocated by the Nobeyama Radio observatory for
proposals accepted by the Millimeter and Submillimeter Time Allocation

7. Questions?

Any questions about observations and preparations of proposals should be
submitted through the helpdesk:



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