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    ANNOUNCEMENT OF OPPORTUNITY FOR NEXT GENERATION SPACE TELESCOPE FLIGHT INVESTIGATIONS AO 01-OSS-05 RELEASE DATE: November 30, 2001 NOTICE OF INTENT DUE:
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      ANNOUNCEMENT OF OPPORTUNITY FOR NEXT GENERATION SPACE TELESCOPE FLIGHT
      INVESTIGATIONS

      AO 01-OSS-05
      RELEASE DATE: November 30, 2001
      NOTICE OF INTENT DUE: January 3, 2002
      PROPOSALS DUE: March 5, 2002

      The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Office of Space
      Science is releasing an Announcement of Opportunity (AO 01-OSS-05) entitled
      Next Generation Space Telescope (NGST) Flight Investigations. Selection of
      proposals through this AO are intended to provide NASA with science
      investigations associated with an instrument capable of achieving NGST
      imaging goals in the near infrared (a collaborative effort with the
      Canadian Space Agency), science investigations associated one Mid-Infrared
      Instrument Science Lead, science investigations associated with three other
      team members for the Mid-Infrared Science Team, science investigations
      associated with one NGST Facility Scientist, science investigations
      associated with one NGST Telescope Scientist, and science investigations
      associated with four Interdisciplinary Scientists. The primary science goal
      of the NGST mission is to advance the understanding of the formation of the
      first stars and galaxies. Participation is open to all categories of
      organizations, foreign and domestic, including industry, educational
      institutions, nonprofit organizations, NASA centers, and other Government
      agencies. Upon the release date, specific guidance for proposal
      preparation will be available via the World Wide Web
      site: http://research.hq.nasa.gov/code_s/open.cfm . There will be a
      preproposal conference held in the Washington, DC area beginning at 8:30 AM
      on Friday, November 30, 2001. The AO 01-OSS-05 link at
      http://research.hq.nasa.gov/code_s/open.cfm will contain URL's to details
      about the conference.

      For those not having access to the Internet, a printed copy of the AO may
      be requested and inquiries of a scientific or technical nature should be
      directed to Dr. Eric P. Smith, NGST Program Scientist, Astronomy and
      Physics Division, Code SZ, Office of Space Science, National Aeronautics
      and Space Administration, Washington, DC 20546-0001. Inquiries are
      preferred in writing and may be sent by fax or E-mail:
      Eric.Smith@... . FAX: 202-358-3096.
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