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NASA ROSES-2019 Amendment 64: Due Date Delay for Sustainable Land Imaging-Technology (Program Element A.52)

By SpaceRef Editor
March 20, 2020
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ROSES-2019 Amendment 64: This amendment delays by one week the due date for Sustainable Land Imaging-Technology, ROSES-2019 program element A.52. 


The goals of the Sustainable Land Imaging-Technology program are to research, develop, and demonstrate new measurement technologies that improve upon the Nation’s current land imaging capabilities while at the same time reduce the overall program cost for future SLI measurements. The SLI-T program seeks to:


·         Reduce the risk, cost, size, volume, mass, and development time for the next generation SLI instruments, while still meeting or exceeding the current land imaging program capabilities;

·         Improve the temporal, spatial, and spectral resolution of SLI measurements; and

·         Enable new SLI measurements that can improve the program’s operational efficiency and reduce the overall costs of the Nation’s land imaging capabilities.


Proposals for Sustainable Land Imaging-Technology, ROSES-2019 program element A.52 are now due April 14, 2020.


On or about March 20, 2020, this Amendment to the NASA Research Announcement “Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) 2019” (NNH19ZDA001N) will be posted on the NASA research opportunity homepage at and will appear on the ROSES-2019 Blog at:


The point of contact concerning this program is Sachidananda Babu, who may be reached at



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