Negative visibilities at the edge of the bands 
Question: "For some channels from the beginning of the band,
I get visibility values far away from where we would expect them and in many
cases they have negative values​​. What is happening?"

Answer: The strange visibilities are usually at the very beginning of the K band, where there is some contamination by the H band (meaning that the fringe pattern given by the P2VM cannot be reliable). You should restrict your domain to a smaller wavelength range. Checking the P2VM with amdlibShowP2VM would be a good idea to see the possible overlap.

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Application server is back 
The application is back and running onto one new machine using virtualization. This operation will improve the computing performances and reliability.

Please feel free to submit one new ticket if you encounter any kind of problem.

Appologize for the inconvenience
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The JMMC technical team

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Welcome Myriam 
We are happy to welcome Myriam Benisty, freshly appointed Joint Astronomer at the Grenoble Observatory. She will take in charge the JMMC user support as part of her position's duties.


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Scheduled Power Outage on Wednesday, April 20, 2011, 4:00AM to 3:00PM UTC 
The university announced an upcoming controlled power outage that will interrupt access to the JMMC application server. The outage, should start on Wednesday, April 20, 4:00AM to 3:00PM UTC. Such outage will shut down the main building of the Observatory of Grenoble.

During this interruption, the web server (located in another building) will be online to keep users informed.

Note: Most of JMMC applications will be unusable excepted Aspro2. If you launch ASPRO2 before the 20th, then you should be able to run it (indeed, it is declared as a Standalone Java Web start application).

Please apologize for the inconvenience,
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JMMC technical team

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Application Server Down During Scheduled Power Outage on Tuesday, April 12, 2011 REPORTED 
The university announced an upcoming controlled power outage that will interrupt access to the JMMC application server. The outage, should start on Tuesday, April 12 but have been reported. Such outage will shut down the main building of the Observatory of Grenoble.

During this interruption, the web server (located in another building) will be online to keep users informed.

Note: Most of JMMC applications will be unusable excepted Aspro2. If you launch ASPRO2 before the 12th, then you should be able to run it (indeed, it is declared as a Standalone Java Web start application).

We will post further information about this outage in the comming days.

Please apologize for inconvenience,
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JMMC technical team

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New Amberdrs release  
Please read the release notes of the new public release of amberdrs V3.0.2.

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Web site update 
- The list of partners has been updated because the LAOG and LPG merged to become IPAG.

- Some statistics showing the location of downloads/uses have been made publics.


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Besoins futurs en tches de service 
Consulter la mise jour 2011 sur la page ddie...

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Short interruption of services on Friday 3 Dec morning (7-8 AM Grenoble time) 
The main application server has to be moved and will be temporary unavailable. Moreover, the web site should be alive.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.


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Short service interruptions 
We are preparing some maintenance tasks onto our servers. This can involve some interruptions. If your preferred service does not properly respond, do not hesitate to contact the user support.



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