At the end of May, Cycle 1 of ALMA Early Science observations has been concluded. Incomplete highest priority projects from Cycle 1 have been carried over to Cycle 2, which will go on until October 2015.
Successful Cycle 1 projects, which are not going to be observed in the remainder of Cycle 1, can be (subject to the approval of the PI) carried over to Cycle 2. Cycle 2 proposals will be checked for duplication against these Cycle 1 projects.
A list of carried-over Cycle 1 proposals and more information about the duplication criteria can be found at the ALMA Science Webpage.
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The ALMA Regional Centre (ARC) provides face-to-face ALMA user support on proposal preparation, observing scripts, data reduction, modelling, and data interpretation. The ARC-node in the Netherlands, referred to as the ALMA Local Expertise Group (Allegro), is funded by the Dutch universities working cooperatively under the Netherlands Research School for Astronomy (NOVA) and de Nederlandse Organisatie voor wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO), in collaboration with the Netherlands Foundation for Research in Astronomy (ASTRON), the Netherlands Institute for Space Research (SRON) and the Joint Institute for VLBI in Europe (JIVE). Allegro integrates the expertise relevant for ALMA within these astronomical institutions.