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4. EXPERIENCE WITH
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obscrvlna allocations were reponed wilh the Bonn R.tdio Telucope in
Cermony ond with the Weuerbork Array in the Netherlonds.
The Orbillna Aocronomlcal Obsomtory (OAO) 1le fOf the lunor prosrarn and the doll resultin& from h. USO.A also
a.,. rates thc Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Enpneerin&
There is <111rtntly 1 pfOI*O) by a aroup of x-ray astronomers before
t< AlA for thc Hllb~nt of an x-ray tc:lenoc !Niltute. This lnstitutt,
responuble fOf the o.,.ntlon ofx-ny ob,.rvatorles in spooc, could be
associated Wltb an exist inc c:ooaortium.
NASA Is prnently Jtudyinc the creation of an inllltute tom.,.. the
LST. Ahhu#l plans are not yet complete, aiCicna instilute (tither an
exlstlna conJOttlum or 1 new corporatJon), under con1r1ct co H AlA, manned
by private retureh scientists, that would Involve users In the operation of the
LST, hu ample precedent. The instilute would be responsible for the scientific
plannins, operationJ, and data reduction and distribution.