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ESA/Hubble Science Newsletter
24 January 2014

Editorial

Dear Hubble Users,

Best wishes to you all for a happy and successful 2014!

We are just back, fully energised, from the 223rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society, held in Washington DC from 5–9 January 2014. Hubble is going very strongly: Hubble's results had great prominence, with seven press releases, including the first release from the Frontier Fields observing campaign (heic1401), new results from the distant Universe (opo1405a), Messier 83 citizen science (heic1403), and new and innovative ways to make Hubble images accessible to underserved communities such as the visually impaired (ann1401).

Also please be aware that we are always looking for new and exciting results. Do not forget that ESA/Hubble provides a very valuable resource to European astronomers who would like to see their results disseminated — if interested, please contact our Press/Public Information Officer Nicky Guttridge (nguttrid@partner.eso.org).

Looking to the future, we are eager to see what exciting science you will be proposing for Cycle 22. As you may have already seen, the Cycle 22 Call for Proposals has been issued, with a deadline of 11 April. The Time Allocation Committee has been assigned and will meet at STScI in June 2014 — the results will be announced at the end of June.

Finally, we would like to hear from you. If you find this quarterly newsletter useful and informative, or you have suggestions for improvement, or topics you would like to see discussed, please send us a note by emailing HubbleNewsEurope@stsci.edu. We are always delighted to hear from you and get your feedback!

Antonella Nota
ESA HST Project Scientist/STScI Baltimore
Email: HubbleNewsEurope@stsci.edu




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