For Researchers: ROSES Blog

Solar System
Jun 22, 2022
The Emerging Worlds program solicits research proposals to conduct scientific investigations related to understanding the formation of our Solar System and/or the early evolution of our Solar System.
Solar System, Mars
Jun 3, 2022
C.24 MMX-PSP solicits proposals for science investigations of outstanding questions directly related to mission objectives that would significantly enhance the overall knowledge obtained from the MMX mission.
All Science, Universe, Solar System, Sun, Earth, Space Biology, Physical Sciences
May 27, 2022
F.18 Innovation Corps Pilot (F.18 I-Corps) is intended to provide support for participation in the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Program to train faculty, students in higher education, postdocs, and other researchers in innovation and entrepreneurship skills.
Solar System
May 17, 2022
C.13 Maturation of Instruments for Solar System Exploration (MatISSE) supports the advanced development of spacecraft-based instruments that show promise for use in future planetary missions.
Solar System, Mars
May 16, 2022
The Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) mission Participating Scientist Program (MMX-PSP) will support scientists at U.S. institutions to participate on the MMX mission, which the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is developing for launch in 2024.
Solar System, Space Biology
May 16, 2022
A wide array of NASA Science Mission Directorate flight missions incorporate astrobiology goals and objectives.
All Science, Solar System, Sun, Earth
May 13, 2022
The goal of the Habitable Worlds program is to use knowledge of the history of the Earth and the life upon it as a guide for determining the processes and conditions that create and maintain habitable environments (including transient environments) and to search for ancient and contemporary... Read More
All Science, Universe, Solar System, Sun, Earth, Space Experiments, Space Biology, Physical Sciences
May 11, 2022
Through Topical Workshops, Symposia, and Conferences (TWSC F.12 of ROSES), the Science Mission Directorate (SMD) solicits proposals for  events, including asynchronous and virtual workshops, Open Source Science Initiatives, etc., that contribute to SMD's equity, science, technology and exploration... Read More
Universe, Solar System, Sun, Earth
Mar 24, 2022
F.8 Supplemental Open Source Software Awards (SOSS) provides support for the conversion of legacy software into modern code to be released under a generally-accepted, open-source license (e.g., Apache-2, BSD-2-clause, GPL). The supplement adds a software component to an existing "parent" research... Read More
Universe, Exoplanets, Solar System, Sun
Mar 23, 2022
ROSES F.3 The Exoplanets Research Program (XRP) solicits basic research proposals to conduct scientific investigations that significantly improve our understanding of exoplanets and exoplanet formation. On or about March 23, 2022, two changes were made to XRP:
Solar System
Mar 4, 2022
The Planetary Major Enabling Facilities (PSEF) program solicits proposals for experimental and analytical research facilities to be made available to the community that does research supported by the Planetary Science Division in the Science Mission Directorate of NASA.
Universe, Exoplanets, Solar System, Sun, Earth
Feb 25, 2022
The Exoplanets Research Program (XRP) element solicits basic research proposals to conduct scientific investigations that significantly improve our understanding of exoplanets and exoplanet formation. This program element is cross-divisional and jointly managed by four of the Divisions within NASA’... Read More
Universe, Solar System, Sun, Earth, Space Biology, Physical Sciences
Feb 9, 2022
The NASA Science Mission Directorate (SMD) annual NASA Research Announcement, Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) - 2022 will be released on or about February 14, 2022.
Solar System
Jan 28, 2022
The objective of ROSES-2021 program element C.30 the OSIRIS-REx Sample Analysis Participating Scientist Program (ORSA-PSP) is to enhance the scientific return during th

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