Status Report

NASA In-space Propulsion Technology Program: Astrodynamics Research Grants

By SpaceRef Editor
May 29, 2012
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The In-Space Propulsion Technology: Astrodynamics Research Grants (ISPT:ARG) Program is seeking astrodynamics research that falls into two categories:

1) Research or development of an astrodynamics algorithm or methodology suitable for infusion into one of ISPT’s existing tools (Mystic, MALTO, Copernicus, SNAP, and/or OTIS) and

2) Research or development applicable to the development of a new tool to meet the needs of future NASA planetary science missions.

Notices of Intent: due June 11, 2012
7-page proposal: due by August 20, 2012

NNH12ZDA001N is posted on the NASA research opportunity homepage at:

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Questions concerning the ISPT:ARG Program, may be addressed to:
Gordon Johnston
Planetary Science Division
Science Mission Directorate
NASA Headquarters
Washington, DC 20546-0001
[email protected]

SpaceRef staff editor.