ROSES-2022 Amendments, Clarifications, and Corrections

ROSES-2022 Amendments, Clarifications, and Corrections


Welcome to SARA's Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES)-2022 Blog, a way to keep track of changes to ROSES-2022. To effectively search this page for changes to ROSES relevant to a certain division or keyword you click on the magnifying glass in the upper right corner and search on "ROSES" and the key word or name of the division (e.g., "ROSES Astrophysics" or "ROSES Flight").

Space Biology, ISS
Oct 13, 2022
The Space Biology Program solicits and funds research that will increase NASA’s understanding of how living systems respond to the unique environments that are encountered during space exploration, including the Low Earth Orbit (LEO) environment inside the International Space Station and deep space... Read More
Physical Sciences, ISS
Sep 15, 2022
E.8 Physical Sciences Informatics solicits proposals that utilize data (listed in Table A of this program element) from the Physical Sciences Informatics (PSI) system (https://www.nasa.gov/PSI) an online database of: completed physical science reduced-gravity flight experiments conducted on the... Read More
Earth, ISS
Jul 22, 2022
ROSES-2022 A.32 Weather and Atmospheric Dynamics solicits research using NASA data to advance our understanding of processes relevant to The Weather and Atmospheric Dynamics Focus Area. There are no limitations on the spatial and geographic scope of solicited efforts, but studies must link to... Read More
Physical Sciences, ISS
Jun 17, 2022
The current area of focus for E.6 Fundamental Physics is cold atom physics, the application of cold atom technologies to research in quantum science and general relativity.
Universe, ISS
May 20, 2022
D.11 NICER General Observer (GO) – Cycle 5 solicits proposals for observations with The Neutron Star Interior Composition Explorer (NICER), an X-ray experiment on the International Space Station (ISS) dedicated to high-resolution timing and spectroscopy of neutron stars and other rapidly variable X... Read More

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