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ROSES 2009 Clarifications, corrections and amendments Amendment 28: Longer awards possible for B.2 Solar and Heliospheric Physics

Description: Amendment 28 extends the maximum duration allowed for awards made in response to proposals for LCAS. Four-year awards are now possible to develop a completely new, highly meritorious investigation through its first flight.

There is a change in the maximum duration allowed for Low Cost Access to Space proposals in the Solar and heliospheric Physics program. Although most LCAS awards are for three years’ duration, a four-year proposal may be accepted to develop a completely new, highly meritorious investigation through its first flight.

No change has been made in the due date for this program element. Proposals are still due February 5, 2010.

For more information, visit: http://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/solicitations/summary.do?method=init&solId={04554CCD-E96B-A5CA-F1BA-F320B837BCE7}&path=open

 

Questions concerning the Solar and Heliospheric Physics program may be addressed to Dr. Jeffrey Newmark or (202) 358-0684.

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