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{\Large \bf OBSERVING TIME PROPOSAL FORM 2020B}
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{\Large \bf for the Vacuum Tower Telescope (VTT)}
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{\Large \bf at the Observatorio del Teide, Tenerife, Spain}
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For the observing season October, 2020 - November, 2020. Submit the completed form to \texttt{east-tac@astro.su.se} (SOLARNET and CCI time)
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\centerline{{\bf Deadline: 19 September 2020, 23 UT}}
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For more information consult: \\[-4ex]
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\url{http://www.leibniz-kis.de/en/observatories/vtt/observing-with-vtt/}
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VTT observing time is allocated under the following conditions. The successful applicant is obliged to obey the following rules:
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The PI agrees to follow the rules in the instructions for observers, which include safety precautions to avoid endangering the telescope and the requirement to read manuals before the observations.
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SOLARNET: The PI agrees that the data are openly available after a proprietary phase of 12 months. %For PhD theses, the proprietary phase is prolonged to 2 years.
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The PI is strongly encouraged to share the data with consortium members and with external scientists on a collaborative basis.
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In selecting the observing target and observing sequence the PI is engaged to efficiently use the telescope time. This implies to take data for other proposals in case the PI has accomplished her/his scientific goals or in case the proposed observing target is not available.
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All publications based on VTT data have to acknowledge VTT.
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The PI commits her/himself to submit an observing report according to a provided template within two weeks after the campaign focusing on the telescope and instrument performance. For efficient use of telescope time, the technical staff needs feedback about the performance of the telescope and instruments.
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\section{Title of Project:}
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\section{Applicants}
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{\bf Principal Investigator}: &
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{\bf Affiliation:} &
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{\bf Email address:} &
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{\bf Co--Investigators(s):} &
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{\bf Affiliation(s):} &
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{\bf Email address(es):} &
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%\checkbox{} We/I want to apply for KIS time (requires a Co-I or PI from KIS).\\
\checkbox{} We/I want to apply for time under the CCI International Time Program (ITP). \\% send to east-tac@astro.su.se
\checkbox{} We/I want to apply for time under SOLARNET. \\ % send to east-tac@astro.su.se
%\checkbox{} We/I want to apply for Spanish time. \\% send to Spanish CAT
% Select for which time you want to apply (if eligible, multiple can be marked).
% program, mark 'X' in \checkbox{}, i.e., \checkbox{X}.
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\checkbox{} The PI is a PhD student and the proposal is for data for the thesis.\\
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\section{Justification}
{\bf \noindent Scientific Objectives of Observing Time} \par
{\scriptsize \noindent
(Please give a brief statement of the scientific objectives of the
requested observing campaign and describe your observing plan in some detail (instrument, spectral line, other instrument specific details). This information will be used to evaluate
the scientific merit and the observatory's general capability to conduct
the type of research you intend to do. Please make sure that all
necessary information is provided.) \par }
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{\bf \noindent Former projects} \par
{\scriptsize \noindent (If this proposal is a continuation of a former
project, please provide a list of previous program titles and a brief
progress report on a separate sheet. Please include references to
publications which resulted from your earlier observing
programs. Apropos: Please let us know about any publication that
results from VTT data by sending the references to Jo Bruls (bruls@kis))
\par }
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\section{Observing requests:}
{\bf Amount of time requested:}
{\scriptsize \noindent Please justify your choice.}
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{\bf Coordinated observation:} {\scriptsize\noindent (Please indicate if
you are planning coordinated observations with other facilities.)}
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{\bf Impossible Dates:}
{\scriptsize (In order to make most efficient use of observing time in
view of personnel limitations, the number of reconfigurations of the
telescope and its instrumentation will be limited. We therefore will
group observing requests of similar technical nature into combined
periods. An attempt will be made to accommodate a very limited amount
of ``impossible time'' in the schedule. There is absolutely no
guarantee for success of this attempt. Please keep this in mind when
specifying your restrictions above these lines. Please keep also in
mind the possibility of having your observations made by a colleague in
cases of time conflicts. Thank you for your cooperation.) \par}
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\subsection{Instruments}
A description of the VTT instrumentation can be found at:\\ \url{http://www.leibniz-kis.de/en/observatories/vtt/vtt-instrumentation/}
Please read it carefully and then specify the needs for your observing run in the following.
Please give an overview and describe additional needs at the end of this form in
Sect. \ref{sec:overview}. Some of the instruments and cameras can be combined and used simultaneously.
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% TESOS is not offered in 2019A
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%\subsubsection{TESOS \qquad \checkbox{}}
% \checkbox{} Intensity Mode
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% \checkbox{} VIP (Vector Imaging Polarimeter) (Stokes I, Q, U, \& V)%
%Please contact Thomas Kentischer (tk@kis) if you want to use VIP. Please specify the spectral lines you want to use in the prefilter list (cf. Sect.~\ref{sec:prefilters}).
%\subsubsection{ G\"ottingen FPI \qquad \checkbox{} }
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%\checkbox{} Intensity Mode
%\checkbox{} Polarimetric Mode (Stokes I, Q, U, \& V)
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%If you apply for observing time with the G\"ottinger FPI, please consult: \\
%\verb=http://www.astro.physik.uni-goettingen.de/~nazaret/FPI_Manual/=
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%Please specify the spectral lines you want to use in the prefilter
%list (cf. Sect.~\ref{sec:prefilters}).
\subsubsection{Optical lab space and/or Other instruments \qquad\checkbox{}}
{\scriptsize{In case you plan to use other instruments, please describe your needs in detail here.
The VTT offers an optical lab, where you can mount your own instrumental setup. Solar light is fed-in via an adjustable 45 degree mirror in the first floor (the same way as TESOS receives light). For questions consult Thomas Kentischer (tk@kis).}}
%Please enter comments on 'optical lab other instruments' above this line.
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\subsubsection{HELLRIDE \qquad\checkbox{} }
Please see \url{http://www.leibniz-kis.de/en/observatories/vtt/hellride/} for capabilities.
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% LARS may be offered for consortium members, but not for external time in 2019B
% if the computer virus problem can be fixed in time.
% contact R. Schlichenmaier, T. Kentischer and L. Kleint before proposal submission
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%\subsubsection{LARS \qquad \checkbox{}}
\subsubsection{Echelle Spectrograph \qquad\checkbox{} }
{\bf Echelle grating}:
\textbf{Only the chromospheric grating is offered in 2020B}
\qquad \checkbox{} 63$^\circ$ Standard
\qquad \checkbox{} 62$^\circ$ Chromosphere
\qquad \checkbox{} 55$^\circ$ IR
(The number gives the blaze angle in degrees. Put a question mark if you don't know!)
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{\bf Spectral lines that you want to observe simultaneously:}
You can observe up to 3 lines simultaneously.
List the combination(s) that you want to use.
\begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|}
\hline
Set & Wavelength [nm] & Order & Remarks \hspace{7cm}
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1a & % <--- wavelenght in nm of first line of set 1 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
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1b & % <--- wavelenght in nm of second line of set 1 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
\\
1c & % <--- wavelenght in nm of third line of set 1 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
\\
1d & % <--- wavelenght in nm of fourth line of set 1 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
\\
\hline
2a & % <--- wavelenght in nm of first line of set 2 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
\\
2b & % <--- wavelenght in nm of second line of set 2 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
\\
2c & % <--- wavelenght in nm of third line of set 2 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
\\
2d & % <--- wavelenght in nm of fourth line of set 2 in focal plane.
& % <--- grating order in which you want to observe the line.
& % <--- remarks.
\\
\hline
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\checkbox{} I already have a predisperser mask.
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\checkbox{} I need a new prediserser mask.
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\checkbox{} Please help me calculating mask parameters.
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\checkbox{} I use the predisperser with mirror (no grating) and use filters (cf. Sect.~\ref{sec:prefilters}).
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{\bf Slit width:} The image scale on the entrance slit is 4.49 arcsec/mm.
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\checkbox{} 40 $\mu$m
\qquad&\checkbox{} 60 $\mu$m
\qquad&\checkbox{} 80 $\mu$m
\qquad&\checkbox{} 100 $\mu$m (0.45'')
\qquad&\checkbox{} 150 $\mu$m
\\
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\checkbox{} no slit (mirror)
}&
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{\bf Detectors in focal plane of spectrograph:}
\subsubsection{Large spectral range (low dispersion) spectrograph \qquad\checkbox{} }
High-resolution spectrograph with a spectral resolution of about 100 000. It provides a much wider spectral range, about 4.5 nm. Please contact Thomas Kentischer (tk@kis) for more information.
\subsection{Additional needs}
\subsubsection{Interference Prefilters:}\label{sec:prefilters}
\begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|c|}
\hline
\# & Central wavelength [nm] & FWHM [pm] & remarks \hspace{6cm}
\\\hline
1 & %enter central wavelength in nm of 1st filter
& %enter FWHM in pm.
& %enter remark if any.
\\\hline
2 & %enter central wavelength in nm of 2nd filter
& %enter FWHM in pm.
& %enter remark if any.
\\\hline
3 & %enter central wavelength in nm of 3rd filter
& %enter FWHM in pm.
& %enter remark if any.
\\\hline
4 &%enter central wavelength in nm of 4th filter
& %enter FWHM in pm.
& %enter remark if any.
\\\hline
5 &%enter central wavelength in nm of 4th filter
& %enter FWHM in pm.
& %enter remark if any.
\\\hline
\end{tabular}
\subsubsection{Beam Splitter Spectr/Lab:}
\begin{tabular}{ll}
\checkbox{} CaK Beam splitter
& \checkbox{} IR/VIS Beam splitter
\\ \checkbox{} 50/50 \% Beam splitter
& \checkbox{} Mirror
\end{tabular}
\subsubsection{Computational environment}
\checkbox{} I need a computer account for
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Full Name \hspace{3cm} & User name \qquad \\\hline
& \\\hline
& \\\hline
\end{tabular}
If you need dedicated IP-numbers for your own devices, please contact Peter Caligari
(cale@kis, Tel.: ++49-761-3198-220)
\subsection{Overview and technical description}
\label{sec:overview}
Give an overview and describe your plans, technical remarks, and wishes below. Also indicate your additional needs as e.g., CCDs.
\checkbox{} We want to make simultaneous measurements with different
devices/cameras.
%Please enter information on simultaneous observations, technical remarks,
%and wishes above this line.
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