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Tuesday June 8, 1999 (11:59 pm CST) is the deadline for BIMA proposals requesting use of the 10-element interferometer in B, C, and D arrays at 3 mm and 1 mm during FALL99.
Proposals requesting A array may be submitted beginning July 1, 1999 up until September 8, 1999 (11:59 pm CST). If your project requires A array along with one of the other configurations, you need to submit a request for B, C, or D by the first deadline and a request for A by the second deadline.
Polarization projects should indicate under Special Requirements which polarization plates they require (1/4 wave, 1/2 wave, or 1 mm). Check the appropriate box.
H array has been eliminated. The new C array (with improved uv coverage and shadowing) may suffice in many cases. If not, you must explicitly request and justify the need for additional configurations.
You may submit requests for up to 5 tracks per configuration. The referees will be instructed to take into consideration the amount of time you request, and to grade accordingly. Requests for more than 5 tracks per configuration must be submitted as Key proposals. The policy on Key proposals is being reevaluated. Check back here for an announcement of any changes.
Changes to the receiver optics have improved the 1mm aperture efficiencies to approximately 0.55.
xcorf -1mm infile=$MIRCAT/lovas.1mm
Documentation for "X" observer utilities suite (Xtango, Xfixwatch, Xscribe, Xplore), written by Ted Yu, is now available.