OHP participates in the OPTICON Access Program
The OPTICON Infrastructure Coordination network brings together all of Western Europe's owners and operators of large observatories and data centers. Within OPTICON, the COMET (The Co-Operation of Many European Telescopes) collaboration aims at a distributed, pan-European observatory accessible to astronomers from the EU and the accession countries. For more information, see the Trans-national Access Program web site and the brochure prepared by the medium-sized telescopes working group of OPTICON.
Participating observatories will offer a small percentage (<20%) of telescope time to all european astronomers on the basis of competitive proposals.
Observatoire de Haute-Provence is participating in the OPTICON Access program by making available up to 20% of the observing time at the 1.93-m telescope, where both the Elodie echelle spectrograph and the Carelec long-slit spectrograph are available.
To prepare your proposals please use the
special forms available in LaTeX or RTF formats.
Please read about the details concerning proposal submission procedures and other important information.