IMPORTANT - PLEASE READ
Do you have an XMM grant and are you moving to a new institution? If so,
please be aware that you need to contact the NASA Technical Officer as soon
as possible to make sure you can take your money with you! Click
for more information.
Note that final reports for XMM-Newton GO grants are required
upon completion of the grant award period. Additional instructions for
submitting final grant recipient reports, as well as a required form,
can be found here. Yearly progress
reports are also required.
Do you need to request a No Cost Extension (NCE) on an XMM grant? Click here!
Have you published a peer-reviewed paper using NASA funds? Please remember that you are required to place it and any associated data into NASA's STI Repository. Instructions on how to submit your paper can be found here.
The AO-22 Call For Budget Proposals
|Wednesday, 22 March 2023||Release of AO-22 NASA GO Budget Announcement (managed by the GSFC GOF)|
|WEDNESDAY, 26 APRIL 2023 at 5:30 PM EDT||Closure of AO-22 A/B Target Budget Submission Process|
|June 2023||Results of AO-22 Budget Process Announced|
AO-22 Budget Proposal Information:
AO-22 funding through the GOF is available for US PI XMM science proposals accepted at the A or B levels. Some funding is also available for proposals at the C level. Qualifying PIs are being/will be notified.
For the analysis of XMM data which are no longer proprietary, funding proposals may be submitted through the ADAP. Data which are still proprietary are not eligible for funding through the ADAP.
NASA has released a call for budget proposals (the generic version can be found here) in support of accepted XMM-Newton AO-22. The budget process is open only to guest observers who are employed by U.S. institutions during the periods of performance of the investigations.
The current schedule for the review of the budget proposals is listed above. Note, however, that the dates of events are subject to change.
Useful pages for making your proposal:
- Overview of the Budget Proposal Process
- ABC Guide for Budget Proposals
- Budget Proposal FAQ
- NASA Researcher FAQ
Useful general reference pages:
- The XMM-Newton Users Handbook at: GOF-HTML or GOF-PDF SOC-HTML, SOC-PDF
- The NASA XMM-Newton AO-22 "Dear Colleague" Letter from Drs. Valerie Connaughton and Manuel Batista for science proposals
- The NASA Office of Space Science "Guidebook for Proposers" -- The main NASA documentation for proposals
Important Notes and Guidelines for AO-22 Budget Proposals:
- The GOF continues to use NSPIRES to collect the proposals. As such, we continue to urge PIs who may not have worked with NSPIRES before to familiarize themselves with it, as it can be tricky at first.
- The Certification Form, which we used to require separately, is now handled by the NSPIRES submission process and does not need to be included in the Proposal Document uploaded to NSPIRES.
Check List for Proposal Document to be Uploaded to NSPIRES
Detailed instructions for how to make and submit your proposal can be found
in the ABC Guide. A check list
is provided below for convenience to verify it prior to uploading
PIs are reminded that reviewers will consider only those pages in each proposal section that do not exceed the page limits specified below. Proposals that are missing a section may not be considered.
|Cover Page||REQUIRED. Entered into NSPIRES.|
|Budget Justification||REQUIRED. Justify the requested budget.|
|Scientific Justification||REQUIRED. The 4 or 5 page Scientific Justification from the observation proposal. For ToO budget requests, a one page scientific justification should be submitted.|
|Current and Pending Funding||REQUIRED. A standard form is available, but you may use a different form.|
|Vitae||REQUIRED for the Budget PI.|
|Institutional Budget||If required by the Budget PI's institution, a short institutional budget for this particular grant may be uploaded.|
|Budget PI Justification Letter||If the Science PI is not the Budget PI, a short letter justifying the designation of a separate Budget PI should be included.|
Help DesksThe XMM-Newton Helpdesk at the SOC provides a web-based tool to send technical queries to mission specialists and programmers, and also search the Helpdesk archive.
Mail the XMM-Newton US GOF directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for all other XMM-Newton questions. Questions regarding funding and assistance in proposal submission may be addressed to Dr. Kim Weaver ( Kimberly.A.Weaver@nasa.gov).
If you have any questions concerning XMM-Newton send e-mail to email@example.com