ROSES-10 Amendment 31: Due Date delayed for C.8 Lunar Advanced Science and Exploration Research (LASER) Program
The Lunar Advanced Science and Exploration Research (LASER) program funds basic and applied lunar science. It is the objective of the LASER program to conduct a suite of lunar science investigations spanning the continuum from basic science to applied exploration science. Proposals having significant components of both basic and applied lunar science that further our understanding of the Moon and how to conduct science there are sought and highly encouraged. The LASER program also welcomes the submission of ?data restoration? proposals. The program seeks to identify science data archives that are considered of significant value to lunar science that are in need of restoration and digital archiving.
This amendment delays the proposal due date for C.8 Lunar Advanced Science and Exploration Research (LASER) program. This is to defer the LASER proposal due date until after the next delivery of Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) data to the Planetary Data System (PDS). The proposal due date for LASER has been changed to February 24, 2011. Table 2 and Table 3 of the Summary of Solicitation for this NRA have been updated to reflect this change.
Questions concerning LASER may be addressed to Dr. Robert A. Fogel at (202) 358-2289.