News 20201002 - XMM-Newton
XMM-Newton-NEWS #234, 02-Oct-2020XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre at
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- 20th Announcement of Opportunity: Deadline approaching
- XMM-Newton Users' Group: Minutes of meeting available
- ESA Research Fellowship in Space Sciences at ESAC
20th ANNOUNCEMENT OF OPPORTUNITY: DEADLINE APPROACHING
We remind our community that the deadline of the 20th Announcement of Opportunity is quickly approaching, being the
9th of October 2020 at 12h UT
While we are together in a common effort to minimise any COVID-19 impact, we anticipate that no shift of the deadline is foreseen.
As always, but perhaps more important this year, we encourage all interested astronomers to benefit from a more responsive system, proposal data entry environment and personalized support from the SOC by avoiding leaving the preparation and submission until the last moment.
XMM-NEWTON USERS' GROUP MEETING: MINUTES OF MEETING AVAILABLE
The minutes of the XMM-Newton Users' Group meeting that took place on June 17th and 18th are already available at
ESA RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP IN SPACE AT ESAC
Postdoctoral fellowships are tenable, among other, in the area of Astronomy and Astrophysics related to the X-ray observatory XMM-Newton at its XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre in the European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) located in Villafranca del Castillo, near Madrid, Spain.
The deadline for applications is
29th of October 2020
ESA's postdoctoral Research Fellowship programme offers young scientists and engineers the possibility to carry out research in a variety of disciplines related to space science, space applications or space technology.
Research Fellowships in Space Science & Exploration specifically offer the opportunity to contribute to ESA's endeavour to explore our Solar System and the Universe in the fields of human and robotic exploration, heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics and fundamental physics.
Please contact Norbert Schartel (Norbert.Schartel_at_sciops.esa.int) for more details on ESA Research Fellowships related to XMM-Newton. More information on the ESA Research Fellowship programme in Space Sciences and Exploration, on the conditions and eligibility, as well as the application form can be retrieved from