ROSES-2020 Clarifications, corrections and amendments

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Solar System
Jan 17, 2020
This Amendment delays the Step-1 due date for 
Earth
Jan 16, 2020
What role can NASA’s satellites play in public health? What satellite resources are available to track and predict wildfires? How does one begin to use NASA’s free data visualization tools, such as Giovanni? This winter, the Health and Air Quality Applied Science Team (HAQAST) will be hosting a... Read More
Solar System
Jan 15, 2020
The capability to operate in harsh environments is crucial for spacecraft to explore the most forbidding regions in the solar system. Recent advances in silicon carbide (SiC) electronics have changed the paradigm of what is possible for exploration of such environments, including the surface of... Read More
Solar System, Mars
Jan 13, 2020
This amendment announces that three new documents have been posted and that the due date for mandatory Notices of Intent for the Mars 2020 Participating Scientist Program has been delayed to January 27, 2020.
Earth
Jan 13, 2020
“By working directly with community members, you can gain a true understanding of the challenges that they face as well as the specific pathogens or disease conditions that influence health and well-being. Without this information, you will not be able to identify research or programmatic gaps that... Read More
Earth
Jan 6, 2020
This amendment announces that Sustainable Land Imaging-Technology, which was previously listed as "Not Solicited This Year", has been released in ROSES-2019 in program element A.52.
Sun, Earth’s Space Environment
Jan 6, 2020
X-rays from the Sun help us probe the highest-energy phenomena that occur in our solar system, including solar storms and their origins. The Sun presents some unique challenges to researchers attempting to unravel its high-energy behavior. To deal with these challenges, a sounding rocket experiment... Read More
Solar System, Mars
Dec 30, 2019
The Mars Helicopter is a technology demonstration for the Mars 2020 rover mission, intended to show the feasibility and utility of using helicopters for Mars exploration. This technology may enable future missions to perform reconnaissance or independent science, and to access terrain not reachable... Read More
Dec 23, 2019
Space-based methods to measure soil moisture on Earth typically entail either sensing the extremely weak emission of microwaves from water in the soil using an instrument call a radiometer or using a radar, which transmits a signal toward Earth, and then receives the signal after it reflects from... Read More
Earth
Dec 19, 2019
The NASA Earth Applied Sciences Program attended the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California. The team was there to share the breadth and depth of the ways NASA Earth Observations can be used to benefit humankind and our environment, connecting with a scientific... Read More
Solar System
Dec 13, 2019
Amendment 58 releases final text and announces due dates for E.5 Applied Information Systems Research: Autonomous Robotics Research for Ocean Worlds.
Solar System, Mars
Dec 13, 2019
Amendment 57 adds a new program element to ROSES-2019: C.26 Mars 2020 Participating Scientist Program.
Solar System
Dec 10, 2019
This Amendment delays the due date for proposals for Co-Investigators to ROSES-2019: C.24 Gravity/Radio Science Team for the Europa Clipper Mission.
Universe
Dec 9, 2019
This blog post originated in the 2018 Science Mission Directorate Science and Technology Report. PROJECT Laser Transmitter for the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) Mission

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