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Amendment 38: PACE Mission Science and Applications Team Final Text and Due Dates

The purpose of this program element is to formulate the next Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) mission Science and Applications Team (SAT), which will be in place for a three-year period (FY24-26) during the PACE era. This team will pursue product development to further enable basic and applied research using PACE data. This opportunity encourages proposals that develop data products, applications, or models to help address existing informational gaps or science questions across disciplines and at the different Earth System interfaces using PACE data. While it is expected that PACE data will be used to generate both oceanic and atmospheric properties, it is also anticipated that PACE data will support other communities, including land use research and the development of terrestrial data products.

Specifically, A.38 PACE SAT welcomes proposals for Science and Applications Team members to pursue development of algorithms and approaches to retrieve new and/or improved data products from OCI, HARP2, and/or SPEXone. All new products must be of additional value relative to those currently planned for generation, such as through the retrieval of novel geophysical variables, the integration of PACE data records into Earth System models, or the cross-instrument or cross-platform generation of variables using the suite of instruments on the PACE observatory or from other platforms

ROSES-2023 Amendment 38 releases final text and due dates for A.38 PACE SAT. Notices of Intent are requested by September 28, 2023, and proposals are due by December 5, 2023.

On or about August 22, 2023, this Amendment to the NASA Research Announcement "Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) 2023" (NNH23ZDA001N) will be posted on the NASA research opportunity homepage at https://solicitation.nasaprs.com/ROSES2023

Questions concerning A.38 PACE SAT may be directed to Laura Lorenzoni at laura.lorenzoni@nasa.gov.

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