Second Call for Proposals for Earth Explorer Opportunity Missions
On 1 June the European Space Agency (ESA) releases a second opportunity for scientists from the Earth Observation community to make proposals for Earth Explorer Opportunity Missions to conduct research in the field of Earth Observation and/or to demonstrate the potential of new innovative observational techniques of relevance to both the scientific and the application communities.
The major milestones are as follows:
|Release of the Call||Friday 1, June 2001|
|Deadline for receipt of Outline Proposals||Monday, 1 October 2001|
|Advice on results of screening of Outline Proposals||Monday, 15 October 2001|
|Deadline for the receipt of Full Proposals||Tuesday, 8 January 2002|
|Announcement of results of the Call||Friday, 31 May 2002|
As before, to be eligible to submit a Full Proposal, proposers must have sent in an Outline Proposal.
Further information on this Call, including an electronic copy of its full text and guidelines on how to submit a proposal, can be seen by clicking on the 'Announcement of Opportunities' box to the right.