A Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) call was put out on NASA’s Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and Evaluation System (NSPIRES) seeking proposals for members of the SAGE III/ISS Science Team. NASA’s goal of understanding the composition of Earth’s atmosphere and changes that are taking place is furthered by this research opportunity that allows additional studies to take place using data from instruments such as SAGE III/ISS.
Proposals are sought in six topical areas that appear below. The first five areas are presented in no particular priority order, while the sixth topic, independent validation, is deemed of somewhat lower priority. While NASA is soliciting proposals in all of the areas, it is not committing to funding proposals in each of these areas.
- Assessing Long-term Changes in Atmospheric Composition
- Aerosol and Cloud Studies
- Data Analysis and Modeling Efforts Using SAGE Data Sets
- Multi-sensor Data Product Development
- Limb Scatter Retrieval Algorithm Development or Adaptation
- Independent Validation
In addition to proposals for SAGE III/ISS Science Team membership, there is also the opportunity to propose for the position as Team Leader for the SAGE III/ISS Science Team.
Notices of intent are requested by September 21, 2023, and proposals are due November 3, 2023.
Learn more here: https://nspires.nasaprs.com/external/viewrepositorydocument/cmdocumentid=918580/solicitationId=%7b50D0255E-DD1D-A11D-D153-C508DE3BDE52%7d/viewSolicitationDocument=1/A.30%20SAGEIII.pdf
Questions concerning the SAGE III/ISS Science Team may be directed to Richard Eckman, who may be reached at email@example.com.