Parabolic Dish

Observing with the Italian radio telescopes

Welcome to the Italian radio telescopes users' page
Here you can access all of the resources needed to achieve successful single-dish and non-EVN interferometric observations

Regular call is closed. The next will be in April 2019.

Pre- and post-observation COMMON TOOLS

Proposals

How to submit your proposal in order to request observing time.

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Planning

Evaluate the telescope performance and check the visibility of sources.

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Schedules

Learn how to prepare the observing schedules using our writer.

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Calendars

Allocated antenna time at the three observatories.

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Ticketing

Submit a ticket to inform us about problems, errors and inefficiencies.

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Final feedback

Let us know whether your observing session met your goals. NOTICE: not yet active for the SRT.

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Data archive

Retrieve your data and find details on their format.

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Reduction tools

Discover and download the available data reduction tools.

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Observing with the SRT

SRT user's guide

Online user's guide to the SRT control system.

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Technical details

SRT info, describing the available hardware.

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Webcam

Webcam showing the 64-m dish.

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Weather monitor

Check SRT's weather station online monitors.

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Science with the SRT

Read about the Early Science projects carried out with the SRT.

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Information for observers

Logistics and other useful information for observers.

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Observing at MEDICINA

Medicina user's guide

Online user's guide to the Medicina control system.

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Technical details

Medicina antenna full manual, describing the available hardware.

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Webcam

Webcam showing the 32-m dish in Medicina.

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Weather monitor

Check Medicina's weather station online monitors.

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Observing at NOTO

Noto user's guide

Online user's guide to the Noto control system.

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Technical details

Noto antenna web page, describing the instrument.

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Webcam

Webcam showing the 32-m dish in Noto.

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Weather monitor

Check Noto's weather station online monitors.

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