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ROSES 2009 Clarifications, corrections and amendments Amendment 15: New version of Appendix A.23, Airborne Instrument Technology Transition Program

Description: Amendment 15 presents revised text for A.23, the Airborne Instrument Technology Transition Program. Major changes include: clarification of reporting requirements, an opportunity to submit a notice of intent has been added, and the proposal due date has been changed.

Amendment 15 presents revised text for A.23, the Airborne Instrument Technology Transition Program. Major changes include: clarification of reporting requirements, an opportunity to submit a notice of intent has been added, and the proposal due date has been changed.
 
The NASA Airborne Science Program, within the Earth Science Program, is responsible for providing airborne systems that further science and advance the use of satellite data. This is accomplished primarily through focused field experiments for process studies, evaluation and risk retirement of new satellite instrument concepts, and calibration and validation of satellite sensors. Appendix A.23 of ROSES-2009, The Airborne Instrument Technology Transition Program, provides an opportunity for the integration of existing instruments, developed under the NASA Instrument Incubator Program (IIP) or similar programs, onto platforms supported by the NASA Airborne Science Program (http://airbornescience.nasa.gov/platforms/platforms.html). This solicitation addresses only existing instruments, and no funding is available for the development of new instrumentation
 
Notices of Intent to propose (NOIs) are now due October 16, 2009, and proposals are now due on December 16, 2009. Table 2 and Table 3 of the Summary of Solicitation for this NRA have been updated to reflect this change
 
Further information about the Airborne Instrument Technology Transition Program is available from Craig Dobson at (202) 358-0254 and Craig.Dobson at nasa.gov.

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