The ALMA Board approved the ALMA Development Roadmap for the next decade. A summary of the development priorities for the Observatory out to 2030 is available online.
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A detailed report of the Cycle 6 Proposal Submission Statistics is now available.
The ESO Users Committee (UC) annual meeting will take in Garching on 26-27 April, 2018. Each year the UC meeting has one session dedicated to a special topic. In 2018 this special topic is the future of ALMA User Support. Therefore, the feedback from EU ALMA users would be particularly important. The UC has prepared […]
The ALMA Director, on behalf of the Joint ALMA Observatory (JAO) and the partner organizations in East Asia, Europe, and North America, is pleased to announce the ALMA Cycle 6 Call for Proposals. It is anticipated that 4000 hours of the 12-m Array time and 3000 hours of the Atacama Compact Array (ACA) time, also […]
Prior to the deadline for the ALMA Cycle 6 proposal submission, Allegro will host a Proposal Preparation Day.
In the first event of the year of Astronomy on Tap in Leiden, Sera Markoff and Remo Tilanus will tell us about black holes and how they help us understand the Universe. Sera Markoff is a professor at the Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy at University of Amsterdam. She works at the interface of Astrophysics […]
New Science Verification data are now listed on the Science Verification data page.
The development of a new spectrometer for the Morita Array has been approved by the ALMA Board.
The Joint ALMA Observatory (JAO) will start the next cycle of observing (Cycle 6) in October 2018.
Contributions from Allegro team are highlighted in the new edition of the European ARC Newsletter.