ROSES 2009 Clarifications, corrections and amendments
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These are SARA's unofficial versions. The official version is always what appears in the text of the program element on the NSPIRES web page.
Appendix D.13, Strategic Astrophysics Technology will not be solicited in ROSES 2009, but it is solicited as Appendix D.11 of ROSES 2010.
Appendix A.32, the Air Quality Applied Sciences Team program element has been clarified to indicate that this call is for individual team members, not entire teams.
Appendix A.41, Science of Terra and Aqua, has been clarified regarding non-functioning sensors and foreign participation.
Amendment 32: The due date for the Kepler Guest Observer Cycle 2 program element has been extended. Proposals are due January 22, 2010
Amendment to Appendix D.9: Kepler Guest Observer – Cycle 2
Appendix D.3 APRA has changed its name, contact information, and other details.
Amendment 31: New proposal opportunities entitled 'IceBridge' and ' IceBridge - Support for 2010 Activities'
Amendment 31 creates a new proposal opportunities in Appendices A.42 and A.43 related to the "IceBridge" airborne campaigns. A.42 is for campaigns occurring during Fall 2010 through Spring 2012, A.43 for campaigns occurring in Spring and Fall 2010.
This amendment presents final text for Appendix A.32 entitled “Air Quality Applied Sciences Team.” This replaces the prior text in its entirety.
Guest Observers may propose science using any target within the Kepler field of view, subject to the caveats and restrictions.
Amendment 28 extends the maximum duration allowed for awards made in response to proposals for LCAS. Four-year awards are now possible to develop a completely new, highly meritorious investigation through its first flight.
Amendment 27 announces that Appendix A.24 Remote Sensing Theory for Earth Science will solicit proposals in ROSES 2009. This program supports fundamental scientific advances in remote sensing theory and radiative transfer, including advancement of retrieval algorithms to be used for space-based remote sensing of the Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, biosphere, cryosphere, land surface, and/or Earth interior.