Messenger No. 127 (March 2007)

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The Organisation

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C. Cesarsky
Editorial

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127....2C
Section:
The Organisation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Cesarsky, C.
AA(ESO Director General)
Abstract:
At ESO, we will all remember 2006 as the year of the birth of the E-ELT (European Extremely Large Telescope). The ges-tation period has been quite long. Astron-omers have been discussing for many years the wondrous scientific programmes they hoped to conduct with an ELT. I re-member the enthusiasm of scientists who gathered in the first workshops organised by OPTICON, in Edinburgh in 2000, fol-lowed by the two-week-long Leiden meet-ing in 2001. These were followed by a number of meetings and workshops, one of them in conjunction with “Exploring the cosmic frontier”, in Berlin in May 2004, which prefigured the science vision dis-cussions our community is now having in the framework of ASTRONET. An im-portant point about these discussions is that many of them were shared with our colleagues from across the Atlantic. A worldwide meeting took place as an IAU Symposium, in Cape Town in November 2005. Also in 2005, under the leadership of Isobel Hook, the first European ELT science case appeared, in the form of a short and well-illustrated document geared to decision makers followed by a lengthy volume for astronomers.
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ESO
Tim de Zeeuw to Become the Next Director General of ESO

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127....3.
Section:
The Organisation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
Abstract:
The ESO Council has appointed Tim de Zeeuw, as the next Director General of ESO effective as of 1 September 2007, when the current Director General, Catherine Cesarsky, will complete her mandate.
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X. Barcons
Astronomy in Spain

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127....4B
Section:
The Organisation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Barcons, X.
AA(Instituto de Física de Cantabria (CSIC-UC), Santander & Ministry of Education and Science, Spain)
Abstract:
Spanish astronomy has grown in a spectacular way over the last few decades. Spain hosts world-class astronomical facilities, and its astronomers publish over 5% of all papers in this discipline. As an ESO member, Spain joins forces to pursue the most ambitious projects in European ground-based astronomy.

Telescopes and Instrumentation

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R. Gilmozzi, J. Spyromilio
The European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT)

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...11G
Section:
Telescopes and Instrumentation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Gilmozzi, R.; Spyromilio, J.
AA(ESO) AB(ESO)
Abstract:
The ESO Council has authorised the E-ELT project to move to Phase B and approved the budget for the further design of the telescope and its instrumentation. In this article we present the activities and design concepts considered in the past year leading up to the decision of Council.
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G. Monnet et al.
Reports on the Conference 'Towards the European Extremely Large Telescope'

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...20M
Section:
Telescopes and Instrumentation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Monnet, G.; Hook, I.; Cuby, J.-G.
AA(ESO) AB(University of Oxford, United Kingdom) AC(Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille)
Abstract:
As a prelude to the decision by the ESO Council to approve the detailed studies (Phase B) for the European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT) project, a meet-ing was held in Marseille to comprehensively present and discuss the extensive planning for this exciting project. The conference was attended by 250 astron-omers and engineers (see the confer-ence photograph in Figure 1). The strong support, together with detailed considerations and feedback from the community provided by this meeting were instru-mental in the ESO Council decision a few days later. They will be further harnessed in the years to come. There were three sessions, devoted to science (1.5 days), the telescope design (1.5 days) and in-strumentation (1 day). In the following arti-cles, a summary of each session and the list of speakers and posters is presented, by the chairs of the three sessions: Isobel Hook, Guy Monnet and Jean-Gabriel Cuby.
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M. Arnaboldi et al.
ESO Public Surveys with the VST and VISTA

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...28A
Section:
Telescopes and Instrumentation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Arnaboldi, M.; Neeser, M. J.; Parker, L. C.; Rosati, P.; Lombardi, M.; Dietrich, J. P.; Hummel, W.
AA(ESO) AB(ESO) AC(ESO) AD(ESO) AE(ESO) AF(ESO) AG(ESO)
Abstract:
A new chapter for European astronomy will soon begin with dedicated survey telescopes in the optical and near-infrared. The intent of this article is to illustrate the ESO policies for managing Public Surveys (PS) and validating their advanced data products, to introduce the VST and VISTA telescopes along with their wide-field instruments, and to provide a brief summary of the planned public surveys.
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F. Malbet et al.
AMBER, the Near-Infrared Instrument of the VLTI

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...33M
Section:
Telescopes and Instrumentation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Malbet, F.; Petrov, R.; Rantakyro, F.; The Amber Consortium
AA(Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Grenoble, France) AB(Laboratoire Universitaire d'Astrophysique de Nice, France) AC(ESO) AD(The Amber Consortium)
Abstract:
The AMBER instrument, installed at the Very Large Telescope (VLT), combines three light beams from as many telescopes to produce spectrally dispersed fringes from milliarcsecond angular scale. Two years after installation, the first astrophysical results are flourishing.
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F. Malbet et al.
First AMBER/VLTI Science

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...37M
Section:
Telescopes and Instrumentation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Malbet, F.; Petrov, R.; Weigelt, G.; Chesneau, O.; Domiciano de Souza, A.; Meilland, A.; Millour, F.; Tatulli, E.; The Amber Consortium
AA(Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Grenoble, France) AB(Laboratoire Universitaire d’Astro-physique de Nice, France) AC(Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastro-nomie, Germany) AD(Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, Nice, France) AE(Laboratoire Universitaire d’Astro-physique de Nice, France) AF(Observatoire de la Côte d’Azur, Nice, France) AG(Max-Planck-Institut für Radioastro-nomie, Germany) AH(Osservatorio Astrofisico di Arcetri, Italy) AI(the AMBER consortium)
Abstract:
Three years after the installation of AMBER, the first scientific observations have been carried out mostly during Science Demonstration Time and Guaranteed Time. The first science has mainly focused on the environment of various types of stars. Observations described are: the discs and wind in the young star MWC297; the rotating gas envelope around the hot active star CPD-57 2874; mass loss from the massive star Eta Carinae; the colliding wind WR and O star binary gamma2 Velorum; the outburst of the recurrent nova RS Oph.
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Petrov R. et al. 2007, A&A 464, 1
Tatulli E. et al. 2007, A&A 464, 55
Weigelt G. et al. 2007, A&A 464, 87
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V. Dhillon et al.
ULTRASPEC: High-speed Spectroscopy with Zero Read-out Noise

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...41D
Section:
Telescopes and Instrumentation
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Dhillon, V.; Marsh, T.; Copperwheat, C.; Bezawada, N.; Ives, D.; Vick, A.; O'Brien, K.
AA(University of Sheffield, United Kingdom) AB(University of Warwick, United Kingdom) AC(University of Warwick, United Kingdom) AD(United Kingdom Astronomy Technology Centre, Edinburgh, United Kingdom) AE(United Kingdom Astronomy Technology Centre, Edinburgh, United Kingdom) AF(United Kingdom Astronomy Technology Centre, Edinburgh, United Kingdom) AG(ESO)
Abstract:
The commissioning of a spectroscopic version of the high-speed CCD camera ULTRACAM is described. This visitor instrument, ULTRASPEC, uses an electron-multiplying CCD for fast and low-noise read-out and was tested with the EFOSC2 spectrograph on the ESO 3.6-m.

Astronomical Science

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C. Fransson et al.
Twenty Years of Supernova 1987A

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...44F
Section:
Astronomical Science
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Fransson, C.; Gilmozzi, R.; Groeningsson, P.; Hanuschik, R.; Kjaer, K.; Leibundgut, B.; Spyromilio, J.
AA(Stockholm University, Sweden) AB(ESO) AC(Stockholm University, Sweden) AD(ESO) AE(ESO) AF(ESO) AG(ESO)
Abstract:
The unique supernova SN 1987A has been a bonanza for astrophysicists. It provided several observational 'firsts', like the detection of neutrinos from the core collapse, the observation of the progenitor star on archival photographic plates, the signatures of a non-spherical explosion and mixing in the ejecta, the direct observation of supernova nucleosynthesis, including accurate masses of 56Ni, 57Ni and 44Ti, observation of the formation of dust in the supernova, as well as the detection of circumstellar and interstellar material. Now, after 20 years, it continues to be an extremely exciting object as we will be able to observe the supernova shock interacting with the circumstellar ring in real time.
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J. Danziger, P. Bouchet
SN 1987A at La Silla: The Early Days

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...49D
Section:
Astronomical Science
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Danziger, J.; Bouchet, P.
AA(INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste, Italy) AB(Observatoire de Paris, France)
Abstract:
We first try to capture some of the response at ESO La Silla to the announcement of a bright supernova in the LMC - the excitement, the planning, and the discussion. Some of this was a result of the growing realisation that we were confronted with a unique event whose special aspects we describe. We conclude with very brief descriptions of the role of ESO astronomers in trying to unravel some of the mysteries in competition and collaboration with other observatories.
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Y. G. Tsamis et al.
Integral-field Spectroscopy of Galactic Planetary Nebulae with VLT FLAMES

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...53T
Section:
Astronomical Science
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Tsamis, Y. G.; Walsh, J. R.; Pequignot, D.; Barlow, M. J.; Liu, X.-W.; Danziger, I. J.
AA(Department of Physics and Astronomy, UCL, United Kingdom) AB(ESO) AC(LUTH, Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, France) AD(Department of Physics and Astronomy, UCL, United Kingdom) AE(Department of Astronomy, Peking University, China) AE(INAF - Osservatorio Astronomico di Trieste, Italy)
Abstract:
Results from the first dedicated observations of three Galactic planetary nebulae (NGC 5882, 6153 and 7009) made with VLT FLAMES and the Giraffe/Argus integral-field unit are discussed. The unique capabilities of the Giraffe/Argus spectrograph allowed construction of two-dimensional spectral maps of one nebula and of large portions of the other two, and to record in exquisite detail the weak optical recombination lines emitted from carbon, oxygen and nitrogen ions.
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Astronomical News

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M. Grenon
Nature Around the ALMA Site - Part 1

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...59G
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Grenon, M.
AA(Geneva Observatory, Switzerland)
Abstract:
The natural environment around the ALMA site, its flora, fauna and landscape morphology, are presented and interpreted in terms of combined geological and climatic evolution with, in parallel, the necessary biological adaptions.
References:
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Band 11, 139
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the Central Andes, Springer-Verlag
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träge, Heft 4, 1
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M. Böcker, J. Vogt
Research Project “Safety and Health in High-altitude Observatories”

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...64B
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Böcker, M.; Vogt, J.
AA(ESO) AB(University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
Abstract:
Modern astrophysics is characterised by the world wide strategy to develop ex-tremely large optical-IR collectors with exquisite image quality (European Ex-tremely Large Telescope, Giant Magellan Telescope, and Thirty Meter Telescope) as well as innovative ground-based sub-millimetre astronomy observatories like the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillime-ter Array (ALMA) or projects like the Ata-cama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX).
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Andreas Kaufer et al.
First Report on The 2007 ESO Instrument Calibration Workshop

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...66K
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Kaufer, Andreas; Kerber, Florian; Hanuschik, Reinhard; Patat, Ferdinando; Peron, Michele; Romaniello, Martino; Sterzik, Michael; Tacconi-Garman, Lowell E.
AA(ESO) AB(ESO) AC(ESO) AD(ESO) AE(ESO) AF(ESO) AG(ESO) AH(ESO)
Abstract:
The first ESO Instrument Calibration Workshop took place from 23–26 Janu-ary 2007 at the ESO Headquarters in Garching, Germany. It attracted more than 120 participants (Figure 1) with a good representation of the diverse ESO user community and ESO operations groups.
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F. Barrientos et al.
Report on the Fourth Advanced Chilean School of Astrophysics: Interferometry in the Epoch of ALMA and VLTI

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...67B
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Barrientos, F.; Nagar, N.; Mirabel, F.
AA(Departamento de Astronomía y Astrofísica, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) AB(Grupo de Astronomía, Universidad de Concepción, Chile) AC(ESO)
Abstract:
The interferometry school in the epoch of ALMA and VLTI (www.astro.puc.cl/school) was held at the campus of the Universidad Católica de Chile, in Santiago, during 4–8 December 2006. This FONDAP Center for Astrophysics school was organised jointly by Pontificia Uni-versidad Católica de Chile, Universidad de Concepción, ESO, ALMA, the Na-tional Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), the U.S. Naval Research Labo-ratory (NRL) and the U.S. Office of Naval Research Global (ONRG).
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W. Gieren et al.
Report on the Third Advanced Chilean School of Astrophysics

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...68G
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Gieren, W.; Zoccali, M.; Saviane, I.; Méndez, R.; Pietrzynski, G.
AA(Universidad de Concepción, Chile) AB(Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago de Chile) AC(ESO) AD(Universidad de Chile, Santiago de Chile) AE(Universidad de Concepción, Chile)
Abstract:
During the second week of January 2007, the third Chilean Advanced School of As-trophysics was held at the Universidad de Concepción, the third-largest university in Chile, on “Insights into Galaxy Evolution from Resolved Stellar Populations”. This school, targeted at Ph.D. students main- ly from Chile and South America, but also open to students from other countries, was organised in the framework of the Chilean FONDAP Center of Astrophysics which includes astronomers of the two largest universities in Santiago and the Universidad de Concepción. The school focused on a field of research which is very well represented in the Center. Addi-tional support was kindly offered by the ALMA Committee, ESO Chile, the Católi-ca and Concepción universities, and the Sociedad Chilena de Astronomía.
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H. Boffin, C. Madsen
ESO at the AAS, the AAAS and in Dublin

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...69B
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
Boffin, H.; Madsen, C.
AA(ESO) AB(ESO)
Abstract:
The great variety of new distribution meth-ods and tools available does not replace face-to-face communication, which re-mains a most valuable activity in presenting ESO and its future needs. Face-to-face communication, in turn, takes many forms ranging from formal lectures and speeches, through less formal and infor-mal meetings and briefings, e.g. with de-cision makers or media representatives, to information stands at fairs and confer-ences. Information stands often provide a physical basis for important personal encounters. In 2006, ESO’s Public Affairs Department organised or participated in more than 20 events, involving exhibitions, briefings and VIP visits. This con-stitutes a marked increase over the pre-vious years, on the one hand reflecting the growing importance and visibility of ESO, and, on the other hand, a necessity, given the need to enlist wide support for ESO’s ambitious future projects.
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ESO
Announcement of the ESO Workshop on 12 Questions on Star and Massive Star Cluster Formation

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...70.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
Abstract:
The goal is to bring together two com-munitites: one working on star formation (mostly Galactic) and the other working on the formation of young massive clus-ters (mostly extragalactic). We will link Galactic with extragalactic work, optical/NIR techniques with sub-mm/mm/radio ones, the formation of stars with that of massive star clusters and observations with theory. Views will be exchanged on topics such as the earliest phases of star and star cluster formation, ultracompact and ultradense Hii regions, embedded massive stars and star clusters, stages at which stars and clusters emerge in the NIR and the optical, and culminating with young massive clusters observed in star-bursts.
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ESO
Announcement of ONTHEFRINGE: The Very Large Telescope Interferometer Training Schools

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...71.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
Abstract:
Optical interferometry is a new technolo-gy enabling observations at visible and infrared wavelengths with an angular res-olution an order of magnitude larger than that achieved by the largest single telescopes currently available. Europe has achieved world leadership in this field with the ESO Very Large Telescope Inter-ferometer (VLTI). This science machine will pay a central role in understanding the lifecycles of stars in the Milky Way; the discovery and characterisation of plan-ets orbiting stars in the Solar Neighbour-hood, and the understanding of the energy conversion mechanisms in Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN).
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ESO
ESO Studentship Programme

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...72.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
Abstract:
The ESO research student programme aims at providing opportunities to en-hance the Ph.D. programmes of ESO member-state universities. Its goal is to bring young scientists into close con- tact with the activities and people at one of the world’s foremost observatories. For more information about ESO’s astro-nomical research activities please con-sult http://www.eso.org/science/
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ESO
Fellows at ESO

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...73.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
Abstract:
Andrés Jordán; Paul Lynam
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ESO
Vacancies

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...74.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
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ESO
New Editor

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127Q..75.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
Abstract:
It is an honour and a challenge to take up the editorship of the Messenger at this time of ESO’s expanding role in European and worldwide astronomy. In order to mark the change, we have made a few adjustments to the appearance without departing from the overall style that Peter Shaver had evolved during his term as editor. I would like to thank Peter for gen-tly coaching me into the position and Jutta Boxheimer, the technical editor, for the high quality of the layout.
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ESO
List of Proceedings from the ESO Astrophysics Symposia

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127R..75.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
75-75 (PDF)
ESO
Personnel Movements

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127S..75.
Section:
Astronomical News
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)

Annual Index

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ESO
Subject Index 2006 (Nos. 123–126)

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...76.
Section:
Annual Index
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)
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ESO
Author Index 2006 (Nos. 123–126)

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...78.
Section:
Annual Index
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)

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ESO
Contents

ADS BibCode:
2007Msngr.127...80.
Author(s)/Affiliation(s):
ESO
AA(ESO)