ROSES-2019 Clarifications, corrections and amendments

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Solar System
Jun 14, 2019
ROSES-19 Amendment 17 increases the scope of C.11 the Discovery Data Analysis Program (DDAP) to include data from Discovery missions that had previously been retired from this program element. The objective of DDAP is to enhance the scientific return of Discovery Program missions and broaden the... Read More
Sun
Jun 11, 2019
Amendment 16 adds adds Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe (IMAP) to the list of missions to which proposers may become Guest Investigators if selected via program element B.13 Outer Heliosphere Guest Investigators (OH-GI).
Earth
Jun 11, 2019
Amendment 15 announces that Studies with ICESat-2 has been released in ROSES-2019 as program element A.36.
Solar System
Jun 4, 2019
Amendment 14 announces that C.3 Solar System Workings now allows Antarctic fieldwork and updates the text of Section 4.5 to include instructions regarding budgeting and acknowledgement in publications.
Sun
Jun 4, 2019
Amendment 13 releases final text for program element B.3 Heliophysics Theory, Modeling, and Simulations.
Universe
Jun 3, 2019
June 3, 2019. The NASA HQ programmatic point of contact for program element D.9 NuSTAR Guest Observer Cycle 6 has changed to Hashima Hasan, who may be reached at hhasan@nasa.gov. The technical point of contact remains Andrew Ptak, who may be reached at andrew... Read More
Solar System
May 31, 2019
Following the announcement that NASA is not soliciting proposals for BepiColombo participating scientists in favor of the ESA/JAXA solicitation for Interdisciplinary Scientists and Guest Investigators to the BepiColombo mission, many potential applicants have enquired about how to obtain a Letter... Read More
Universe
May 31, 2019
May 31, 2019. The Summary Table of Key Information in Section 4 of D.4 Astrophysics Theory Program (ATP) has been corrected to indicate that ~50-60 new awards are expected to be made in response to proposals to ATP in ROSES-2019, with an expected total first year budget of ~$8M.
Sun
May 31, 2019
Amendment 12 creates a new opportunity in ROSES-19 though program element B.13 Outer Heliosphere Guest Investigators (OH-GI).
Earth
May 31, 2019
Rising seas are one of the most disruptive consequences of climate change, impacting highly-populated coastal communities. Understanding the physical processes behind these changes is key to predicting the potential impact of rising seas and extreme events on coastal communities, the national and... Read More
Earth
May 15, 2019
A.37 Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Research seeks innovative approaches to the development and use GNSS data, remote sensing techniques, and algorithms to advance Earth system science objectives. Proposals that use GNSS data and algorithms to advance our understanding of the Earth... Read More
Sun
May 14, 2019
ROSES-19 Program element B.9 Heliophysics Flight Opportunities for Research and Technology (H-FORT) seeks to advance the development of technologies and their application to enable investigation of key heliophysics science questions through demonstration of innovative technologies and associated... Read More
Solar System
May 14, 2019
This Amendment announces that C.22 BepiColombo Participating Scientists Program is not solicited as it has been superceded by a joint ESA and JAXA Announcement of Opportunity for Interdisciplinary Scientists and Guest Investigators in the BepiColombo mission.
Solar System
May 9, 2019
ROSES-2019 Amendment 8 releases a placeholder for a new program element: C.23 Interdisciplinary Consortia for Astrobiology Research (ICAR).

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