Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 15:00:33 -0600
Subject: DPS #04-06:  Planetary Atmospheres, Outer Planet Research 
 
 
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| 1)   PLANETARY ATMOSPHERES DUE DATE CHANGED               |
| 2)   OUTER PLANET RESEARCH FUNDS AVAILABLE                |
| 3)   JOB ANNOUNCEMENT                                     |
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PLANETARY ATMOSPHERES DUE DATE CHANGED
 
The due date for proposals to the Planetary Atmospheres element of 
ROSS04 is being changed from Fri., April 23, 2004 to Friday, May 21, 
2004, by means of an official amendment to the ROSS04.  This change 
will allow unsuccessful proposers to ROSS03 to receive and act upon 
their evaluations from the ROSS03 review process.  Unsuccessful 
proposers to ROSS03 and those planned for one year of support have 
already been notified.  All proposers to ROSS03 will receive their 
official notifications and reviews shortly.
 
Dr. Denis Bogan
Program Scientist:
            Cassini/Huygens Mission to Saturn and Titan
            New Horizons Mission to Pluto/Charon and the Kuiper Belt
 
Discipline Scientist:
            Planetary Atmospheres Research and Analysis Program
 
Office of Space Science, Code SE
NASA Headquarters
Wash., DC 20546-0001
dbogan@nasa.gov
Voice (202) 358-0359
FAX            -3097
 
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OUTER PLANET RESEARCH FUNDS AVAILABLE
 
We would like to remind the Planetary Science Community that $5 million 
of new research grant funding is available for outer planet research in 
2004. The Notice of Intent date has past but response to the NOI is 
desired but not required.  The proposal deadline is 30 April 2004.  The 
charter for this program as described in the ROSS-2004 document 
(http://research.hq.nasa.gov/code_s/open.cfm) has a very wide scope.  
For years we have all been complaining about the lack of R&A funding.  
NASA HQ has responded, so let's make sure they get excellent proposals. 
If we fail to respond, there won't be similar new programs in other 
targeted areas in the future.
 
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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT
 
Research Scientist/Senior Scientist, Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu/ad04.html
 
 
 
Linda French Emmons, DPS Secretary
send submissions to lfrench@iwu.edu