[ASA] AAO Observer - Keeping astronomers in the dark - March 2015

Amanda Bauer amanda.bauer at aao.gov.au
Thu Mar 12 14:48:50 AEDT 2015


The biannual newsletter of the Australian Astronomical Observatory, the 
AAO Observer, is now available! The March 2015 issue reflects on 40 
years of AAT operations, shows how distant galaxies can grow, describes 
the new Huntsman Eye project, and announces the new AAO Shaw Visitor 
Scheme, among the regular instrument and survey updates.

The AAO Observer can be found here: http://www.aao.gov.au/about-us/observer

- Reflecting on 40 Years of AAT Operations
- Distant ‘cannibal twin’ shows how galaxies grow
- SAMI unveils a unified relation for all galaxies
- Testing HERMES radial velocity precision
- News from OzDES
- Huntsman Eye Sees Deep
- The FunnelWeb Survey: Building the HD Catalog of the 21st Century
- Adaptive Optics Experiments on the AAT

- The AAO Shaw Visitor Scheme
- Hidden GeMS: observing with the Gemini multi-conjugate adaptive optics 
- StarFest 2014 Photos
- Planning Day 2014 – Old and New
- ITSO Corner
- News from North Ryde
- Letter from Coonabarabran

Thank you for your support,
AAO Observer Editor

Dr Amanda Bauer
Astronomer and Outreach Officer
Australian Astronomical Observatory
PO Box 915, North Ryde, NSW 1670, Australia
phone: +61 2 9372 4852
EPOC Steering Committee Member

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