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6 May 2022

ROSES-22: Final Text and Due Date for D.17 X-Ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission Guest Scientist Program

The X-ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission (XRISM) is a JAXA-NASA collaborative mission with ESA participation that will offer soft X-ray (~0.3–12 keV) spectroscopy, with complementary CCD imaging resolution over a wide field of view. Through the X-Ray Imaging and Spectroscopy Mission Guest Scientist Program (XGS), scientists who are not XRISM Science Team members may apply to participate in the observation planning and data analysis of individual Performance Verification phase targets

ROSES-2022 Amendment 11 releases final text and due dates for ROSES-22 D.17 XGS. Neither Notices of Intent (NOIs) nor Step-1 proposals are requested. Proposals are due 21 July 2022. Proposals will be evaluated via dual-anonymous peer review.

Please direct programmatic questions about D.17 XGS to Valerie Connaughton at valerie.connaughton@nasa.gov. Direct technical questions regarding XRISM to Brian Williams at brian.j.williams@nasa.gov.


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