On Thursday, June 15, 2000 the conference participants joined on of four afternoon break out sessions. Our break out session was charged with addressing the the following questions: Astronomy is changing. Eight to ten meter telescopes looking towards the edge of the Universe will dominate the astronomical landscape. Queue scheduling, large surveys, and the current emphasis towards the red end of the spectrum will also affect us. What consequences do these changes imply for our field? How can we convince telescope assignment committees to grand observing time to proposers from our community?
12th European Workshop on White Dwarf Stars
Astronomical Society of the Pacific
Scholarly Commons Citation
von Hippel, T. (2001). Break Out Session: The Future of White Dwarf Observing. 12th European Workshop on White Dwarf Stars, 226(). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/2067