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ASCA: Proposals & Planning Tools


The ASCA spacecraft reentered the atmosphere on March 2, 2001, after more than 8 years in orbit; hence the only research opportunities are archival. All ASCA data are now publicly available from the archive. US scientists can in principle apply for funding for archival research via the Astrophysics Data Analysis program.

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This file was last modified on Wednesday, 02-Aug-2006 15:51:31 EDT
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This file was last modified on Wednesday, 02-Aug-2006 15:51:31 EDT

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