Dear Central European space scientists, space engineers, amateurs, teachers and students, Welcome in Europe, welcome on our website!
Europlanet aims to open and promote discussion and collaboration between the European planetary research community, research institutes and companies active in planetary research.
We are a group of voluntaries from Central European countries coming together regularly through telecons and brainstorming about possible activities that could promote Central European space research. We are organising workshops and networking events in order to connect industry and academia, to help early career scientists and promote outreach.
The more people and ideas we have, the better! Don't hesitate to join our hub by sending an email to: email@example.com
The member states of Europlanet's Central European Hub include Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. Further Europlanet hubs can be found here.
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Interested observers are strongly encouraged to apply for funding to the "NA2 Call for Observations at the Europlanet Telescope Network" and to make use of the remotely available facilities. The application process is kept simple with proposals not exceeding 2-3 pages. Decisions on these proposals will be made bi-mothly and are based on their scientific value but also on socio-economic measures. We, therefore, particularly encourage early career scientists, amateur astronomers, and professionals from under-represented countries to apply to our call.
Further details on the call and on how to apply can be found on the call website. All of the involved telescope facilities are further comprehensively summarized in our publicly accessible telescope table which holds a broad range of information and contact data on all the facilities in the network. If you have further questions on the Call or if you are interested in observing at the Europlanet Telescope Network, please feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
We are organising a virtual workshop on the 3rd December, Thursday, 2020, 10:00-13:00 CET in order to share tips and advice on how to hand in a successful application. The workshop is free, but registration is necessary. More information here.