To enhance the scientific return of NASA's investment, data from NASA missions are archived and
made available for research by the community. The
Astrophysics Data Analysis Program (ADAP) provides financial support for investigations
whose purpose is the analysis of NASA space astrophysics data that are
in the public domain at the time of proposal submission. ADAP proposals are solicitated
annually, and are one element in NASA's Research Opportunities in Space and Earth
Sciences (ROSES) solicitation for basic and applied research in support of the
Science Mission Directorate.
ADAP proposals are submitted through NASA's Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and
Evaluation System - NSPIRES. Proposals for
the 2013 call are due on May 17, 2013. All Kepler data that had been released to the community as of May 17, 2013 will be eligible for
inclusion in ADAP proposals. As the content of Kepler's public
archive grows, the Astrophysics Data Analysis Program will provide an increasingly important
vehicle for the scientific return of the Kepler mission.
NASA 2013 Research Opportunities in Earth and Space Science (ROSES)
NRA Proposers Guidebook:
Generic instructions for proposers to NASA Research Announcements
NASA Astrophysics Data Analysis Program 2013.
Proposals due: May 17, 2013