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GSFC XMM-Newton GOF Status Report #313: XMM-Newton AO-16 Call for Proposals - Correction

Dear Colleague,                                       17 November 2016

This e-mail is to correct a statement made in the August 23, 2016 Dear Colleague letter regarding the Announcement of Opportunity (AO), "XMM-Newton Call for Observing Proposals", soliciting Guest Observing proposals for the 16th cycle (AO-16) observing program for ESA's XMM-Newton.

The following statement was made in that letter:

"As for AO-15, it is expected that U.S. Co-Is on foreign-PI Category A and B science proposals 
will be permitted to apply for funding from the Astrophysics Data Analysis Program (ADAP)."

However, this is incorrect. As per the ROSES D.2 Astrophysics Data Analysis element, ADAP only supports the analysis of XMM-Newton data that are archived in the public domain at the time of proposal submission. Proposals to support the analysis of proprietary XMM-Newton data are not allowed. 

We apologize for the miscommunication. Any questions can be addressed to Dr. Stefan Immler, (U.S. XMM-Newton Program Scientist), or Dr. Kim Weaver, (U.S. Deputy to the Project Scientist).


Dr. Stefan Immler 
U.S. XMM-Newton Program Scientist 
Astrophysics Division
Science Mission Directorate
300 E Street SW
Washington, DC 20546
Tel: 202-358-0615 
Dr. Kimberly A. Weaver
U.S. XMM-Newton Deputy to the Project Scientist
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Building 34, Room E202
X-ray Astrophysics Laboratory (Code 662)
A service of the XMM-Newton GOF, NASA/GSFC

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