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Cycle 10 Technical Description and Tools Cycle 9 TOO Requests


Suzaku Guest Observer Program: Cycle 10

AO-10 proposals are due at 4:30 pm EST on February 3, 2015.

Submission of Suzaku proposals to NASA is via the ARK/RPS system. New PIs must first create an ARK account and/or join the Suzaku RPS group. Having done so, the Suzaku RPS form can be accessed via ARK/RPS.

This page and its links are intended for US-based researchers who are eligible to submit Suzaku observing proposals through NASA.


Technical Description and Planning Tools

Suzaku Technical Description

(Updated 2015 January 28) The Cycle 10 version of the Technical Description is now available in 3 formats:

Planning Tools

The following tools are available for preparation of proposals. All tools/files have been updated for Cycle 10, where appropriate.


Suzaku Guest Observer Program: Cycle 9 (Closed)

The list of accepted targets

For the record:


TOO Requests

Unpredictable events can be observed with Suzaku as targets of opportunity (TOO) in two different ways.


If you have any questions concerning Suzaku, visit the Feedback form.

This file was last modified on Wednesday, 28-Jan-2015 13:25:00 EST

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