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The AAT aims to provide excellent instrumentation and a high level of observing support and facilities to visiting astronomers. In order to help us maintain this high standard, we ask that you take a few minutes at the end of your observations with the AAT to fill in the report form below.

The report form refers to our Client Service Charter. This short document sets out the performance goals of the AAT, and we ask for your judgement on how well these goals have been met.

Our policy on distributing the report forms is that they are automatically sent to the SSO Director, and Operations Manager. We will respond to any additional comments on the report form within three working days.

Users who wish to discuss any particular concerns in confidence are asked to contact the Director of the Siding Springl Observatory.

Thank you for completing the report form.

e.g. 14A/08 or A/2014B/01
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Acknowledging the AAT in your publications

To help facilitate the tracking of publication of scientific results from the AAT, the AAT requests that users acknowledge the AAT in publications that use data obtained at the AAT. Users can use the following text as a template. 

Based [in part] on data acquired at the Anglo-Australian Telescope [, under program A/2013B/012]. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which the AAT stands, the Gamilaraay people, and pay our respects to elders past and present.

The program ID used here is used as an example, and elements of the text that are enclosed in square brackets can be modified or removed.

 

NOTE: The information on this page is currently being updated.

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