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Proposal Letter Requests

If you can't find what you need here, check the Geosciences Node Data Providers' Forum to see if your question has already been discussed. You may post a question in the Forum (after signing up for a free account), or you may email your question to geosci@wunder.wustl.edu.

Data archiving proposals may require a letter of support to demonstrate that a PDS discipline node is willing to accept your submission. If you need a letter of support from the PDS Geosciences Node for your proposal, email your  request to geosci@wunder.wustl.edu. Please include the following information:

  • The Principal Investigator's name and work address.

  • The NASA program to which you are proposing.

  • The title of your proposal.

  • The type of data you plan to archive.

    • The Geosciences Node archives data sets that are relevant to the geosciences discipline: the study of the surfaces and interiors of terrestrial planetary bodies. Derived image data, geophysics data, microwave data, spaceborne thermal data and spectroscopy data obtained from NASA's planetary science missions are archived at the Geosciences node or at one of its data nodes, along with related data from laboratory and field studies.

    • If your data do not meet the above criteria, please review the other PDS node descriptions on the main PDS web site and contact the appropriate node.

We will respond as soon as possible, but it's best to allow at least one week between your request and the proposal due date.

 

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